Milton Mills Cottage is a pretty thatched cottage located a mile away from the quaint Dorset village of Milton Abbas.
A quintessential cottage with it's beamed ceilings and a non-functioning inglenook fireplace.
The property is surrounded by a garden which is perfect for enjoying the Dorset country sounds of bird song whilst eating alfresco.
Milton Mills cottage is a two-cottages made into one which makes it a unique holiday home for family gathering or friends looking for a getaway to the countryside with children.
The property will spoil with a choice of activities and games for little ones.
There’s a wooden cot as well as high chair in the property with a lot of toys and outdoor games.
There is an upstairs and downstairs joining passageway linking the two cottages with two stairs to the first floor leading to all bedrooms.
Twin single room has a walkthrough spare double room with a wooden cot leading to another double room.
One bathroom on the ground floor and one shower room on the first floor is at your convenience.
Chill out on the sofa and enjoy a good read in the evening before going to bed and just think about the history of the place that goes back few centuries.
The village of Milton Abbas will have not one but a few stories to tell, if you enjoy exploring and getting to know a bit of history.
Running through the centre of the village is arguably one of the prettiest streets in Dorset.
Rows of white-washed thatched cottages stretch up the hill to the horizon.
A short stroll up the hill will reward you with a visit to the popular Hambro Arms, a pet and child friendly pub serving a variety of meals and traditional ales.
A post office also supplies basic groceries.
Milton Abbey, around a half a mile walk from the village is worth a visit if you are interested in history; it has been the site of an Abbey since 933 and the current Abbey dates from around 1309.
The market town of Blandford Forum is a short drive away and as well as being 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 40 minutes’ drive away another good option for a day trip is to enjoy the local world heritage coastline.
Unique thatched cottage perfectly located to explore Dorset countryside and get to know the