Located in West Bexington, Dorset
Burwell Cottage is a 300-year-old thatched cottage in Puncknowle, Dorset and can sleep six people in three bedrooms and is pet-friendly.
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: 1
Burwell Cottage is a beautiful thatched cottage dating back 300 years set in the village of Puncknowle, Dorset. Hosting three bedrooms, including two king-size bedrooms and a bunk room, along with a wet room and a cloakroom, this property can sleep up to six guests. There is also a kitchen/diner and a living room/diner. Outside there is a courtyard with furniture and a barbecue, while parking can be found on the road in front of the property. Burwell Cottage is a picture-perfect setting for a lovely holiday in Dorset.
Settled in the charming small village of Puncknowle, lying not far from the shores of the Dorset coast, is this incredible 300-year-old cottage, Burwell Cottage, complete with a picture-perfect thatched roof. Enjoying original characteristics, including exposed beams, feature fireplaces and historic charm, Burwell Cottage is an ideal dwelling for a group of six seeking a peaceful stay in Dorset.
After a day of exploring the coast settle into the lofty living space where a huge feature inglenook rests before the plush seating, relax here before the Freeview TV or sit around the rustic dining table to the rear of the room for board games or activity planning. Discover the lovely country kitchen, home to an excellent Smeg range cooker along with a host of appliances, with a breakfast table in here to sit at with your morning coffee. Spend time out in the delightful courtyard garden with furniture, and let your dog stretch their legs. A cloakroom lies on the ground floor, while the bathroom can be found on the first floor, a cleverly designed wet room with a rainfall shower and a freestanding bath, all of excellent quality. Completing the property are the three bedrooms, including two king-size bedrooms, one with a grand sleigh bed, and a bunk room, with a top bunk suitable for children under 11.
If you can tear yourself away from this wonderful abode, venture to the local pub, The Crown Inn for a traditional setting in which to enjoy a well-deserved beverage and some delicious pub grub, making a wonderful way to end each day. For some wholesome Italian food, be sure to visit The Parlour Restaurant at Bredy Farm, situated in the heart of the picturesque Bride Valley. For the last-minute essentials, venture towards Burton Bradstock, where you will find Modbury Farm Shop along the way, or pay a visit to Tamarisk Farm in West Bexington, where there are also two more pubs and access to the wonderful Chesil Beach.
Whilst in Burton Bradstock, be sure to dine at the famous Hive Beach Café, an opportunity to enjoy delicious seafood whilst soaking up the inspiring coastal setting, or perhaps book a table at The Club House, also in Burton Bradstock to catch a glimpse of the sun setting over the beautiful beach one summer’s evening. A little further along the coast is the Fleet Lagoon, home to Abbotsbury Swannery, one of Dorset's most popular attractions, where you can wander through a nesting colony of beautiful mute swans. Delight in exploring the 18th century Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens with rare plants and enjoy a bite to eat in the on-site restaurant. Weymouth has a host of attractions for all ages, from the fantastic Sandworld attraction with huge sand sculptures to the SEA LIFE Centre with amazing creatures to the picture-perfect Weymouth Beach with its vibrant beach huts and deckchairs, and of course plenty of restaurants, bars and eateries. Along with the Isle of Portland, walks and cycling in the Dorset AONB and the stunning coastal locations, an escape to Burwell Cottages is sure to be an unforgettable adventure to Dorset. For a chocolate-box holiday base in an idyllic location, choose Burwell Cottage.
- Oil central heating
- Smeg electric range cooker and hob, combi microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, Freeview TV and super-fast broadband
- Fuel and power included in rent
- Bed linen and towels included in rent
- On-road parking
- Enclosed courtyard garden with furniture
- One well-behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop just over 1½ miles, pub a very short walk away Cogden Beach 2 miles, Hive Beach 3½ miles
- Note: The top bunk bed is only suitable for children under 11 years old
West Bexington is a small pretty coastal village. Situated between the nearby villages of Abbotsbury and Burton Bradstock. The towns of Dorchester and Weymouth are 27 minutes away by car in opposite directions. The village is surrounded by National Trust land. Popular for its all-year-round fishing, you can very often catch mackerel off Chesil Beach in the summer and bass in the autumn. The area is a birdwatcher's paradise and great for ramblers discovering unseen treasures.
West Bexington offers the perfect spot to explore the South West Coast Path. Marvel at the spectacular views over Chesil and Weymouth beach. The village of Abbotsbury offers a few local shops. The Swannery in Abbotsbury is well worth a visit, for bird-lovers and you may even be lucky enough to spot a cygnet. Abbotsbury children's farm is a delight for any parent looking to entertain their children. Children can ride tractors, visit pets corner, and much more. There is a cafe which serves lunch and beverages so parents can sit and relax with a coffee while the children finish off the day with soft play.