The Coach House White Lackington

Located in Dorchester, Dorset

The Coach House rests in White Lackington and can sleep three in two bedrooms.

  • Sleeps: 3
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Pet Friendly: No


This reverse-level annexe has a first-floor kitchen with an electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher and a Nespresso coffee machine, and a first-floor living/dining room with a 43″ flat-screen TV, Roku streaming media player, and woodburning stove. On the ground floor, there are two bedrooms, a double and a single, and a shower room. Outside, there is a courtyard with furniture and a private driveway for two cars. Within 1.2 miles, there is a shop, and within 0.7, a pub. Please note that pets and smoking are not permitted. WiFi, fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. Check-in from 3.30pm, check-out by 10.30am. Children under the age of 7 are not allowed at this property, any children must be supervised at all times. The stairs at the property are not suitable for anyone with mobility difficulties. Secure your next holiday in Dorset at The Coach House.

Property Details

The Coach House is a lovely 200yr old, reverse level annexe in White Lackington.near Piddletrenthide, Dorset. Surrounded by countryside with easy access to the Jurassic Coast, this lovely abode offers three guests everything they need for a self-catering holiday in Dorset, including private parking for two cars, a private courtyard, and excellent amenities.

The ground floor hosts two thoughtfully appointed bedrooms, a double and a small double along with a pristine bathroom finished with Villeroy and Bosch tiled walls, mosaic floors, and a walk-in shower. Freshen up and relax after your coastal adventure, before climbing the stairs to the living areas. Locate the shaker-style kitchen, a bright and cheerful space to rustle up your favourite home-cooked meals using the electric oven, induction hob and microwave. Serve your suppers around the table for four in the living/dining room or perhaps you'd prefer to dine outside in the evening sun?

An oak stable door leads to the courtyard, a private, south-facing, secluded garden with rattan furniture to enjoy the sunshine all day long.

After dinner, load up the integrated dishwasher, throw your sandy towels into the washer/dryer, and retire to the sitting area with cushioned seating and a flatscreen TV with Roku streaming media player; choose your favourite film and unwind by the gentle warmth of the woodburning stove.

Start your holiday by exploring your local surroundings where the village of Piddletrenthide is nearby with a village shop and The Poachers Inn, whilst The Thimble Inn gastropub is close to The Coach House when you fancy a break from the kitchen. There are plenty of attractions a short drive away including the Tudor mansion of Athelhampton House & Gardens in Puddletown, the curious National Trust landmark of the Cerne Giant, and Badger Watch Dorset, where you can spot a variety of local wildlife.

Alternatively, spend the day in the town of Dorchester with so much on offer; Borough Gardens, Dorset Museum, and Max Gate, the former home of author and poet Thomas Hardy, are all worth a visit.

Residing in the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you'll have spectacular country and coast to explore, including Chesil Beach, the bustling seaside town of Weymouth, and the World Heritage Site of Jurassic Coast.

Book your next holiday in Dorset at The Coach House for a memorable vacation with your loved ones.


  • Oil central heating with a wood-burning stove
  • Electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, Nespresso coffee machine, hairdryer
  • 43" flatscreen TV, Roku streaming media player, WiFi
  • Fuel and power are included in the rent
  • Basket of logs provided, additional available at cost from the owner
  • Bed linen and towels are included in the rent
  • Private driveway for 2 cars
  • Rear, enclosed courtyard with patio and furniture
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop just over 1 mile, a pub just over ½ a mile
  • Note: Check-in from 3
  • 30pm, check-out by 10
  • 30am
  • Note: Children under the age of 7 are not allowed at this property, any children must be supervised at all times
  • Note: The stairs at the property are not suitable for anyone with mobility difficulties
  • Note: The entrance to the driveway is narrow 308cms wide and with a tight hairpin turn


Ground floor bathroom
Ground floor bedroom
Ground floor facilities
Linen and Towels
Near a Pub
Off road parking
Real Fire




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Area Details


Dorchester is the county town of Dorset and is a town for all seasons. This vibrant, bustling town has an array of "brand name" shops as well as banks and local independent shops up the side streets. Cafes, test rooms, pubs, restaurants, and takeaways catering to all tastes can be found here. There is also a weekly market on Wednesdays selling local produce. Dorchester is the birthplace of Thomas Hardy and he based his novel, The Mayor of Casterbridge, on Dorchester. Open all year round, Max Gate, the childhood home of Thomas Hardy, now owned by the National Trust, is well worth a visit.

Visit Wolfeton House set in beautiful water meadows, in the nearby village of Charminster. Visit Athelhampton House and Gardens or visit Kingston Maurwood, a Georgian mansion surrounded by 35 acres of gardens. Dorchester Park often has open-air concerts in the bandstand or an open-air cinema in the summer months. The park has a mini open-air gym and a large expanse of grass for the children to run around. For the adults there is a cafe, sit for a picnic or a coffee and watch the kids explore. Join the Dorchester Town Ghost Walks and discover the many haunted buildings. The Dorset County Show attracts visitors from near and far. It is a two-day event, featuring horse competitions, funfair, crafts, and is a chance for the local farmers to show their prized animals and produce. There is so much to do here for all the family.

Visit the Keep Military Museum, 4 floors of military history focusing on the Dorsetshire regiment over the past 500 years. Try the Dorset County Museum or The Dinosaur Museum, an award-winning museum with life-size dinosaur reconstructions, fossils, and more. Finally, explore the Teddy Bear Museum, house, and shop. This is a celebration of all things stuffed in teddy form that will delight those young of heart.

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