Located on the outskirts of Nottington village and situated within the owner’s walled garden, Little Brook is the perfect escape for two or a solo explorer wishing to enjoy the delights of Dorset’s coast and countryside and is the perfect destination for walkers.
After parking your car in its designated off-road spot, admire your countryside surroundings and the stone-built exterior of the barn conversion before venturing inside to unwind for the evening.
Head upstairs to discover the delightful open-plan living room, where you will find everything you will need to enjoy an exceptional self-catering holiday experience for you and your partner.
The kitchen comes complete with all the essentials for cooking your own home-cooked meals, whilst the quaint dining space overlooks the pretty communal garden, making a wonderful spot to enjoy quality time or to map out the days ahead.
Afterwards, sink into the sofa with a good book or flick through the channels of the TV, promising a great way to unwind before retiring to bed.
On the ground floor, there is a well-presented double bedroom, complete with a warming colour palette and plenty of space to keep your things, as well as a plush bed with quality linens, so you are sure to catch some rest before the next day’s exploration of Dorset.
To the outside, a gravel garden, where outdoor furniture offers an alternative dining spot in the warmer evening or a tranquil spot to enjoy some reading before heading out for the day, alternatively you can relax in the communal lawned garden.
Little Brook is in the perfect location for picturesque walks and keen cyclists, its tranquil setting is within easy reach of the Wessex Ridgeway and the world heritage designated Jurassic coast.
There is onsite storage available on request for bikes, water sport equipment and facilities available to hang coats and boots after a day of lovely countryside walks.
Find a wide selection of shops and pubs within striking distance of the property, or take a short journey to the historic county town of Dorchester, where you will be spoilt for choice by the selection of eateries and things to do.
Alternatively, Weymouth with its golden sands is also nearby, home to a beautiful historic harbour, a great place to while away the hours and watch all the comings and goings such as luxury yachts, fishing trawlers, tall ships, RNLI Lifeboats and even cross-harbour rowing ferries.
Continuing to impress, there are a plethora of places to eat in Weymouth, whether you are looking for fresh seafood, good old-fashioned pub grub or a simple meal made with local produce, you are certain to find it here!
Little Brook offers an ideal base for any couple to explore the beautiful Dorset coast and countryside.