Located in Bridport, Dorset
Broadstones sits in Bettiscombe, Dorset. and can sleep four people in two bedrooms and is pet-friendly.
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: 2
Lying in the hamlet of Duckpool, Broadstones is located in the beautiful West Dorset countryside just under 6 miles from Bridport and the Jurassic Coast. The property is single storey and accepts up to 4 guests across 2 bedrooms and also benefits from being pet-friendly allowing up to 2 well-behaved dogs.
Located in the rural village of Bettiscombe on the border's of Devon, Dorset and Somerset is this traditional, detached bungalow, Broadstones. Enjoying panoramic, countryside views, this two-bedroom holiday home makes a wonderful retreat for families and couples, along with their furry friends.
Be greeted by off-road parking to make loading and unloading your vehicle a breeze before climbing two steps to reach the entrance hallway. Discover the sitting room, where you can look forward to unwinding on the sofa and flickering through the TV with Freeview as the electric fire gently heats the space. Moving through the property, locate the kitchen/diner; here you can make use of the electric oven and hob to prepare heart-warming meals. Gather at the dining table to tuck into a feast or if the sun is shining why not make dinner an alfresco affair on the garden furniture?
The wraparound garden is a large space, ideal for soaking in the countryside setting and the perfect place for your pets to stretch their legs.
As day draws to night, retire inside and choose between two lovely bedrooms, a double and a twin, offering storage and bedside lamps for a nighttime read. Awaken tired eyes with a wash in the contemporary bathroom before savouring a cup of tea in the conservatory.
If you fancy a break from the kitchen, a scenic walk will lead you to The Shave Cross Inn for a home-cooked meal and to stock up on the essentials, an array of shops to suit all budgets can be found in the market town on Bridport. a lot of the shops, pubs and cafes in the area are pet-friendly, so your canine companion can come along with you!
Just south of Bridport is West Bay and Golden Cap, known as the gateway's to the Jurassic Coast, which is lined with cottages or why not visit the county house of Ford Abbey to immerse yourself in history? For panoramic views of West Dorset, take a hike up Pilsdon pen and pack a picnic to savour the rolling hills before you.
For a day filled with fun, venture to The Donkey Sanctuary to see much-loved donkeys which are free to visit and walk around, explore the 18th-century gardens of Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens or soak in the coastal sights from Chesil Beach.
Visit Lyme Regis, a charming coastal town in Dorset that is known for its fossils and seaside attractions. The Dinosaurland Fossil Museum is a must-see for any dinosaur enthusiast, and the Lyme Regis Museum and Marine Aquarium offer a variety of exhibits and activities for visitors of all ages. There is plenty to do in Lyme Regis, from exploring the beach to enjoying a meal or drink in one of the town's many restaurants and pubs.
Take advantage of your close proximity to the Jurassic Coast, with its dramatic cliffs, sweeping beaches and historical landmarks, which can be explored either on foot or bike.
For a wonderful escape to the south of England, choose Broadstones.
- Electric storage heaters with electric fire
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with icebox, washing machine
- TV with Freeview
- Fuel and power are included in the rent
- Bed linen and towels are included in the rent
- A highchair is available on request only
- Off-road parking for 2 cars
- Enclosed wraparound garden with lawn and furniture
- Two well-behaved dogs welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop just under 4 miles, a pub just under 1 mile
- Note: There is no WiFi at this property
Bridport is a small, busy market town on Dorset's Jurassic Coast. The town has quite a few independent shops, a supermarket, cafes and restaurants. There are also local markets here each week. Bridport has an arts centre, cinema, and museum. The museum includes an exhibition of the town's long history of rope-making amongst other exhibits. The town hosts the local food festival for a week at the end of June and ends with the Round Table Beer Festival. The town holds its annual carnival on the third Saturday in August. Visit Palmers Thatched Brewery to sample local beers and ale. Explore Mangerton Mill which is still a working water mill, visit the tea rooms attached and finish off with a country walk by the river.