Emmies Cottage is perfectly placed for a country or seaside holiday in Dorset. With overtones and echoes of the past it was built in 1845 and features some of the cottage's original beams. It is semi-detached and has been sympathetically converted to a high standard for today's living and yet retaining a cottage appeal. Emmies Cottage nestles in the unspoilt village of Osmington with its stone thatched cottages and English country gardens. John Constable the famous artist chose the village of Osmington for his honeymoon destination, during which in 1816 he created his famous painting of Weymouth bay. The nearby seaward hamlet of Osmington Mills which lies in a narrow Valley around one mile from the cottage has a traditional pub, The Smugglers and offers a wonderful coastline with clifftop walks and coves to explore, West to Weymouth and East to Lulworth Cove. Weymouth with its golden sands lies three miles to the West.
Accommodation: Large kitchen / diner with French style patio doors to rear courtyard, internal door to garage. Shower room, toilet and hand basin. Through lounge, small study to the side of lounge. 1st floor: Bedroom 1, double bed. Bedroom 2, double bed. Bedroom 3, double bed. Large bathroom with underfloor heating, bath, separate shower, toilet and hand basin.
Services in addition: WiFi. Gas central heating, AGA (for cooking), 2 ring electric hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, large flat screen TV. Open fire in lounge. Bed linen and towels included, please state requirements when booking. On road parking to the front of the property.
Please note: there is a large ornamental stone trough in the conservatory used as a fish pond. This is not covered.
This property will not accept children under the age of 12 years.