Located in Langton Herring, Dorset
Grooms Cottage is set in the peaceful village location of Langton Herring, Dorset, sleeping two people and accessed via a private lane
Set in the picturesque village of Langton Herring, Grooms Cottage nestles down a private lane. Close to the Fleet lagoon, Grooms Cottage has an open fire making it a great all year round cottage choice. This cottage oozes character with some beamed rooms and as an added bonus is within walking distance of the pub.
The ground floor accommodation comprises of a lounge which has double doors overlooking the courtyard and the adjoining paddocks. The room benefits from an open fire and your first basket of logs is provided for those visiting in the autumn/winter. The kitchen/diner is well equipped and includes a fridge, small box freezer, dishwasher and a washing machine is available in the nearby stables. The bathroom rounds out the ground floor which has a bath and rinse attachment.
Upstairs to the kingsize double bedroom that also has an en-suite with hand basin and toilet. Please note there is restricted headroom in the bedroom.
Outside there is a small but perfectly formed garden overlooking the paddocks. A decked area with table and chairs provides a pleasant place to just sit back and appreciate your surroundings. There is off road parking and your linen hire is inclusive.
Langton Herring is a small village tucked deep into the Dorset countryside but with great links to nearby Weymouth and Abbotsbury and the whole Jurassic Coast. The village dates back to 1086 and has a number of original 17th and 18th century thatched cottages. The parish church dates from 1682 and it has an 18th century tower.Read more
For eating out within the village there is just the one option - The Elm Tree Inn. It has had a colourful history with stories of smuggling and a possible hidden cellar used for contraband. These days it is more renowned for a great place for a drink and a bight to eat and it has a large beer garden too.
Langton Herring is quite a draw for artists and photographers with its chocolate box buildings and sweeping countryside views. All in all, it is well worth a visit.Read less
Bournemouth is 39 miles away
Exeter is 47 miles away
Bristol is 52 miles away