Stunning, quiet little cottage nestled in the hills of Marshwood Vale 3 miles from the sea. Sip wine on the terrace surrounded by wildlife, stargaze from your bed or visit all the wonderful things Lyme Regis, Bridport and this area have to offer.
A delightful little cottage at the edge of a quiet village set in the Marshwood Vale. Wonderful walking through the vale, to the sea, or on the national trust land along the coast, all from your front door or a very short drive. Maps in the cottage and we are happy to help with routes.
Although for two it is very spacious, with a large double bedroom, skylight above the bed, (with a blackout blind if you prefer no starlight!) large cottage kitchen diner, sitting room, wonderful bathroom with extra deep enamel bath and drenching shower. Outside you have the decked, covered terrace with masses of seating, comfy chairs and dining chairs/table, and patio heaters. The house is full of character and light, a truly restful place to be with masses to do on your doorstep.
The cottage allows for a dog or two, the garden has a dog proof fence around it...unless they are high jumpers. We don't allow them in the bedroom and there is a gate to stop them.
Lovely garden outside the back of the cottage and 15 acres of our land leading down through wildflower meadows to the river. Wonderful walking, the beach, Bridport and Lyme Regis all 10 minutes away.
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We live close to the cottage, and are available to help you if you need. Otherwise we are delighted to leave you to enjoy your stay in your own way.
I own Bonhays Meditation & Retreats where I run courses, teach meditation and am lucky enough to live with my gorgeous children and partner. I take full advantage of the local area enjoying walking, swimming in the nearby sea and meeting in some of great eateries around and about.
I also teach Qi Gong and occasionally head off to various parts of the world to improve my skills.
We all feel very lucky to be living here and in the process of creating a balanced relationship with the land, trying to give as much as we take.