Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2Changeover day SaturdayShortbreaks 1
Stay at Toll Lodge between 9th June and 20 July and enjoy 16% discount. Prices shown include discount. New bookings only.
79 % Rating
At a Glance
This is the perfect location for couples or a small family's get away; pets are welcome too.
Toll Lodge is surrounded by beautiful countryside and has many footpaths and bridleways for walkers.
Cosy living area features a modern log burner for colder months.
Conveniently located around four miles from the county town of Dorchester.
Recently fully renovated with a contemporary bright interior.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside and with many footpaths and bridleways for walkers, Toll Lodge is situated on the main road which goes through the Dorset village of Frampton.A contemporary bright combined living, kitchen and dining area features a modern log burner which will warm any winter chills, whilst for warmer weather, there are patio doors and steps leading up to a decked patio area. A cycle path from Dorchester to Maiden Newton runs through the park from Grimstone to Southover and on to Frome Vauchurch. The property is conveniently located around four miles from the county town of Dorchester which has a combination of shopping, historical and visitor attractions. A traditional high street peppered with well-known shops is complemented by lanes accommodating charming boutique shops and independents. The coast at Weymouth or West Bay is just a short drive away, passing traditional Dorset villages along the way. This is the perfect location for couples or a small family's get away whatever the season.
Accommodation: Combined lounge / kitchen / diner. Bedroom 1, double bed. Bedroom 2, twin single beds. Bathroom, P shaped bath with shower over, hand basin and toilet.
Services in addition to standard equipment WiFi (Please note due to the rural location of this property the WiFi continuity cannot be guaranteed). Electric heating. Wood burning stove in lounge (one basket of logs provided autumn/winter). Fridge/freezer, washing machine, flat screen TV/DVD with freesat. . Parking at front of property for two cars. Steps leading up to enclosed rear garden with garden furniture. Bed linen and towels inclusive, please state requirements when booking. Please note: The owner advises that Toll Lodge is not suitable for children under 5 years old due to the steep stone steps in the garden.
Mr J Vango
Great stay, lovely place which was very warm and a pleasant stay. Would definitely book again. Stayed January 2018.
Mr P Jordan
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Toll Lodge, which was very comfortable, and furnished and equipped to a high standard.
We also felt that the cost was reasonable.
The property is in a quiet village, yet easily-placed for Dorchester and the Jurassic Coast, as well as for trips to inland attractions.
Highly recommended! - Stayed September 2017
Ms A Rantell
Lovely Cottage that had everything we needed. Booking process really straight forward and all information received was clear and relevant. Thank you - stayed August 2017
Ms M Sharman
Lovely place to stay in a beautiful location within easy reach of many other places of interest. It has everything you could possibly need for a getaway.
Stayed October 2016
Mr T Attree
Excellent property. Very clean, well maintained. Very friendly owners. Stayed August 2016
About the Location
Dorchester offers rolling green countryside, alongside all the pleasures of a vibrant market town, with beautiful architecture, an abundance of Roman history and some of the finest restaurants in Dorset. Shopping in Dorchester is a much loved pastime too, with many high street names alongside lovely boutique stores and regular traditional markets.
You can feel the spirit of Thomas Hardy everywhere in Dorchester; this is where he was born in 1840 in the delightful cob and thatch cottage built by his grandfather just a 12 minute drive from the town. This cottage is where Thomas Hardy sat and wrote ‘Under the Greenwood Tree’ and ‘Far from the Madding Crowd’. Visitors can visit Hardy’s Cottage, which is now owned by The National Trust and has barely been altered since his family left.