Located in Sherborne, Dorset
An ideal bolthole for two, this stylish property is set in a peaceful village and is perfectly placed for visiting the many popular attractions nearby and exploring the surrounding countryside.
- Sleeps: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: No
Surrounded by scenic landscape, the hamlet of Melbury Osmond is ideally placed for touring with easy access to the A37. There are many attractions to explore in the local area, including Sherborne with its abbey and two castles, Montacute House, Yeovilton Fleet Air Arm Museum, Haynes Motor Museum and the Cerne Abbas Giant. Those wishing to visit the Jurassic Coast will enjoy the many beaches, pretty villages, towns and coves within reach such as Abbotsbury, West Bay, Bridport, Weymouth and Lyme Regis. The neighbouring village of Evershot is a walk away via Melbury Park, or you can head 3 miles to Yetminster where there is a shop selling essentials.
Attached to the owners’ home, yet with privacy assured, this contemporary annexe has two steps leading up to its private entrance. Once inside you will find a striking open-plan space with a well-equipped kitchen area to the right including an electric oven and hob, microwave, coffee machine, fridge/freezer and washing machine. A comfortable lounge area with Smart TV and full Sky package is just opposite and there is space to dine adjacent to the kitchen. Open tread stairs lead from here to the first floor where there is a spacious mezzanine-style king-size bedroom set into the eaves. A stylish en-suite shower room with WC is set to the rear of the property and has lovely views across open countryside.
Located just across the driveway to the side of the property, guests will have sole use of a lawned garden area with seating. Enjoy sitting here with a morning coffee whilst overlooking the pond and watching the owners’ chickens going about their daily business in their enclosure. There is also a dedicated patio space to the front of the property complete with garden furniture and a BBQ, ideal for leisurely meals or sundowner drinks. Furthermore, guests are welcome to use the spacious shared gardens which surround the property and overlook the fields beyond. To the side of the property is an off-road parking space for one car within the shared driveway.
- A stylish retreat for two with contemporary décor and spacious rooms
- Admire the countryside views from the property or explore the pleasant countryside walks in the area
- Set in a quaint, rural setting with good road links and just a short drive from the Jurassic Coast
- 1 bedroom king size
- 1 shower room with shower and WC
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, coffee machine, fridge/freezer and washing machine
- Smart TV with full Sky package in the lounge
- Open patio area with seating
- Off-road parking space for 1 car
- Beach 18 miles, shop and pub 3 miles
Sherborne is a pretty, historic market town in Dorset. It is on the edge of the Blackmore Vale which commands the most spectacular views. Full of ancient and beautiful buildings, Sherbourne Abbey, and two Castles, there is always something to see. The town itself has a great selection of independent and unique shops. There is a good choice of friendly cafes and restaurants in the town. Sherbourne hosts "Pack Monday" every Monday in October. This closes off four of Sherborne's streets and fills them with food stalls and local traders while on the edge of town is a funfair.
Sir Walter Raleigh built Sherborne Castle and Gardens, a stunning castle in stunning surroundings. There are 42 acres of gardens and a 50 acre lake, the gardens themselves are now Grade I listed. The Castle holds a variety of events throughout the year including firework extravaganza, country fairs, classic car rallies, and even wine fairs. Sherborne Abbey is today one of England's most beautiful parish churches. Visitors come for many reasons, some the music, some the bells with the heaviest peal of eight bells in the world. Most visit for the amazing architecture including the amazing fan-vaulted ceiling. Sherborne has another castle, this time lying in ruin, but with fascinating history and great views over the surrounding villages.
Visit the 15th Century Almshouse or go fossil hunting in the Jurassic cliff faces of Quarr Nature Reserve. The Fleet Air Museum and Haynes Motor Museum are a short drive away. Minterne Gardens is stunning, explore these beautiful, tranquil settings and relax with refreshments in the cafe.