Sunny Dell Cottage

Located in Broadwindsor, Dorset

Sunny Dell Cottage is a semi-detached cottage in Drimpton, near Broadwindsor, Dorset, and can sleep two people in one bedroom and is pet-friendly.

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

Description

Sunny Dell Cottage is a semi-detached cottage resting in Drimpton on the border of Dorset, Devon and Somerset. Hosting one king-size bedroom and bathroom, this cottage can sleep up to two guests. There is also a kitchen/diner and a sitting room. To the outside is a garden and roadside parking. Sunny Dell Cottage is a delightful escape to this scenic part of Shropshire.

Property Details

A delightful, semi-detached cottage set in the tiny hamlet of Greenham, Sunny Dell Cottage was built in 1841 originally a mill worker's cottage for the adjacent flaxmill.

After a day of rambling, look forward to unwinding in the sitting room where a woodburning stove is housed in a feature inglenook fireplace, offering a relaxing ambience to the room. Gather with your loved ones for a hot brew and later in the evening enjoy a competitive board game at the dining table after dinner. You can whip up a tasty breakfast for everyone in the well-appointed kitchen before heading out to see the local sights. On your return from your adventures, you have the king-size bedroom to catch your rest, finished to a charming standard with bedside tables and wardrobes.

In front of the cottage is the mill building with a path that leads to a wonderful mile-long walk through the Dorset fields and woods. There is also a river that runs behind Sunny Dell Cottage, which is home to otters and salmon amongst other wonderful wildlife.

If you can tear yourself away from this charming property, Lyme Regis is only a few miles away where "The French Lieutenant's Woman" was made, and to the south is the lovely town of Bridport, home of sailmakers. The market town of Crewkerne can be reached in a short drive, with a selection of independent shops, a museum and inns serving good food and local cider.

Two wonderful pubs are within a mile or so from Sunny Dell Cottage, The Squirrel and The Royal Oak, as well as excellent takeaways to choose from. Sunny Dell Cottage greets you with warmth and its old-world charm embraces you.

It oozes smiles and comfort, and, if it's sunny, and you have your wine, sit in its sheltered garden and drink in the Dorset peace and quiet that you so badly need.

Facilities

  • One king-size bedroom
  • Bathroom with free-standing bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC
  • Cloakroom with basin and WC
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Sitting room with woodburning stove
  • Electric storage heaters with wood-burning stove
  • Electric oven and induction hob, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc in rent
  • So parking for 1 vehicle is available outside the gate of the property
  • Patio area
  • One well-behaved pet is welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop just over 2½ miles, a pub just over ½ a mile
  • Please note: Do not park across the road from the property as its private land
  • Please note :The water pressure is low in the property, this is an area-wide issue
  • Please note: No mobile phone signal inside the property
  • Please note: The property has a steep staircase

Features

Garden
Linen and Towels
Near a Pub
Off road parking
Pet Friendly
Real Fire
Rural Location
TV
Washing machine
WiFi

Location

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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