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Lower Pleck Cottage
BLANDFORD, Central South Dorset, Dorset
From £335 to £737 per week
Sleeps: 4 people
Pets Welcome: Yes
Change over day: Saturday
- Warm and welcoming, having recently enjoyed renovation and updating.
- The rural location is super for enjoying fresh air and country walks.
- In warmer months enjoy eating al fresco in the enclosed back garden.
- In the village, around a mile away, is the Crown pub, pet friendly and serving home made meals.
- The market town of Blandford Forum is a short drive away.
Reviews of Lower Pleck Cottage
We have stayed at Lower Pleck Cottage several times this year which clearly demonstrates how pleased we were with the accommodation and location. The property is of a high standard, clean and well decorated. Good sized bedrooms and bathroom and a pleasant enclosed garden. Friendly support available from the owner next door, although we found that we had everything we required. Would have no hesitation in recommending Lower Pleck Cottage as a comfortable holiday home - Stayed August 2017Mrs G Pickering
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Dating back around 300 years, this charming cottage is located in rural Dorset. The property earned its name from the old English word pleck, meaning a little plot of land. Lower Pleck Cottage is warm and welcoming and has stylish and contemporary finish inside and out. Its rural location is super for enjoying fresh air and country walks where you may spot one of the many inhabitants of the area such as kingfishers or voles. On your return, relax in front of the wood burning stove in the lounge with a hot chocolate. In warmer months enjoy eating al fresco in the enclosed back garden. In the village, around a mile away, is the Crown pub, a pet friendly establishment which has a reputation for serving good homemade meals with lots of locally sourced produce, a variety of local ales and has the bonus of a beer garden. You will also find a village shop/post office that will be able to provide you with general provisions. The market town of Blandford Forum is a short drive away and is good for shopping it is notable for its attractive Georgian architecture which was erected when it was mostly rebuilt after a fire in 1731. With the Dorset coast around 45 minutes away another good option for a day trip is to enjoy the world heritage coastline. There are a number of visitor attractions within an easy drive such as the National Trust's Kingston Lacy or the world acclaimed Monkey World.
Accommodation: Kitchen. Utility Room and downstairs toilet. Lounge / diner. 1st Floor: Bedroom 1, double bed. Bedroom 2, twin single beds. Bathroom, bath, separate shower, hand basin and toilet.
Services in addition to standard equipment: WIFI, Electric heating, wood burning stove in lounge (first basket of logs included), flat screen TV, DVD player, CD music system, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher. Enclosed rear garden, patio and lawn. Cot, highchair and baby bath. Bed linen and towels are inclusive, please state requirements when booking. Off road parking for two cars.