Sticks And Stones

Located in Broadwindsor, Dorset

A charming and spacious apartment set in tranquil surroundings, in the rolling countryside of rural Dorset and close to the border of Somerset it s ideally situated for touring.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Pet Friendly: 1

Description

This stylish apartment is set in a peaceful location adjacent to the owners’ home yet offers a good degree of privacy. Surrounded by pastureland, this is the ideal spot for walkers and nature lovers alike. The nearest village, Mosterton, has a pub and shop selling essential supplies, there are also many pretty towns also easily accessible, including Beaminster and Bridport, which offer a good selection of cafes, shops and restaurants. Heading south from the property is the stunning Jurassic Coastline, with locations such as West Bay and Lyme Regis being accessible by a short drive. Enjoy relaxed days out exploring all that rural Dorset has to offer, with many attractions such as the Cerne Abbas Giant and the county town of Dorchester also being within easy reach.

A shared driveway leads you to the first-floor apartment, the external steps take you into the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. With skylights giving the space a light and bright ambience, this contemporary room has been cleverly divided to create comfortable areas to relax in. Immediately to your left is the lounge area, which has a TV/DVD and an inviting sofa, making it the perfect spot to relax after a day spent exploring. The kitchen area is centrally set and is well-equipped with an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. A dining space for four can be found just opposite which is a great space to enjoy a family meal. A large hallway leads you firstly to a double bedroom and then a charming twin room, and completing the property is the stylish shower room with shower and WC.

Heading outside you will find a pretty, enclosed garden with a lawn, picnic bench and views over the fields beyond. Located directly in front of the apartment, it’s the ideal spot for enjoying a drink outdoors. Running alongside the garden is a wild meadow complete with a stone circle and BBQ area that backs onto woodland. There is off-road parking available for two cars directly adjacent to the entrance to the garden.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Facilities

  • Tucked away in rural surroundings this spacious apartment is the perfect retreat to get away from it all
  • An idyllic and peaceful location, great for families, nature-lovers, cyclists and keen walkers
  • Admire the far-reaching views from the enclosed garden or relax beside the charming stone circle
  • 2 bedrooms 1 double and 1 twin
  • 1 shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine
  • Electric and electric heating included
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Selection of books, DVDs and games
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Beach 8 miles, shop and pub 1
  • 5 miles
  • TV/DVD in lounge
  • Charcoal BBQ available

Features

BBQ
Cot Available
Dishwasher
Garden
Ground floor bathroom
Ground floor bedroom
Ground floor facilities
High Chair
Linen and Towels
Off road parking
Pet Friendly
TV
Washing machine
WiFi

Location

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Area Details

Broadwindsor

Broadwindsor is a small village with a mix of lovely period cottages and houses. The village has a village shop and a pub which serves traditional home-cooked food. Broadwindsor's claim to fame is its connections with King Charles II. King Charles took refuge in the Castle Inn in 1651 whilst escaping from the parliamentarians. Troops went to search the inn but became distracted. After solving the situation, they went straight to bed exhausted. This allowed Charles disguised as a serving wench to escape. The Castle Inn burnt down and rebuilt in 1850 as the George Inn.

The beautiful surrounding hills allow lots of walking opportunities to admire the views. The Lewesdon and Pilsdon hills are local landmarks with Lewesdon deemed to be the highest in the county at 279 metres. There is some good-natured bantering to argue if Pilsdon is actually the highest hill but it is 2 metres smaller. Lewesdon Hill is well worth a visit at bluebell time, enhancing the beauty even more.

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