Resting in the picturesque village of Puncknowle, just a short distance from the stunning Dorset coast lies Burwell Cottage, a marvellous 300-year old cottage complete with a characterful thatched roof.
Boasting original character features including exposed beams and a charming feature fireplaces, this gorgeous cottage offers a peaceful retreat for a group of six looking to explore the magnificent Dorset coast.
After a day at the beach, kick off your shoes and settle down with the group in the sitting room; home to a fabulous inglenook and plush seating for six, the sitting room welcomes the group to relax and unwind in front of the TV before sitting down for dinner at the rustic dining table while you plan your next day of adventures.
Take advantage of the country kitchen where you will find an array of appliances a lovely breakfast table, including an excellent Smeg range cooker and a handy washing machine to refresh your sandy clothes throughout your trip.
Let your four-legged friend out onto the courtyard to stretch their legs as you enjoy your morning cup of tea or coffee on the patio furniture.
Guests will also benefit from a ground-floor cloakroom and a first-floor bathroom, which is home to a luxurious freestanding bath, perfect for soaking away any aches after an action-packed day out, as well as a warming rainfall shower so the group can freshen up between activities.
Completing the interior are three well-presented bedrooms, including a king-size sleigh bed adding even more character to the property, along with another king-size and a bunk room ideal for the younger members of the group.
Treat yourself to dinner out at The Crown Inn for a delicious pub grub meal and a well-deserved pint, the perfect way to call it a day.
The Parlour Restaurant at Bredy Farm is a short distance from the property and offers a hearty Italian cuisine, or perhaps book a table at the wonderful Club House where you can savour spectacular views over dinner and cocktails.
For fresh and local seafood, the Hive Beach Café offers a tasty menu within a fantastic coastal setting.
For your essentials, head out towards towards Burton Bradstock, where you will find Modbury Farm Shop and branching slightly further afield to Tamarisk Farm in West Bexington, where there are two more pubs and access to the wonderful Chesil Beach.
Another notable attraction in the area is the 18th century Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens, boasting rare plants and an on-site restaurant, or take a day trip to the bustling town of Weymouth to visit the SEA LIFE Centre, home to amazing creatures from the deeps.
Weymouth itself plays host to an abundance of attractions, as well as a good selection of shops and eateries and peaceful walks along the coast.
Bring your friends and family to Burwell Cottage for a fantastic holiday to Dorset.