The Bothy is a stylish detached cottage where you can share some Prosecco on your terrace or in your orchard or snuggle up beside a log fire Dating from the 1700's, our newly restored "boutique" stone cottage is in the rural historic Yetminster Conservation Area with a thatched CAMRA pub. It is in the beautiful garden of our quintessential English Heritage listed thatched cottage You have great access to our lovely Dorset countryside & the Jurassic Coast One fixed price; No cleaning charges
“Russell and Liz were great hosts. Quick to reply to messages and friendly when we arrived. The space was warming and rustic. The fireplace and the exposed wooden beams gave it a great cosy vibe. The countryside offered an awesome walk to stretch our legs and get out! Unfortunately we couldn't visit the local amenities due to the COVID-19 outbreak but we were happy isolating indoors.”
The Cabin is privately located in Seatown a small hamlet under Golden Cap, the highest cliff on the south coast and next to the SW Coast Path, 200m from the sea and world heritage Jurassic Coast. The Cabin is has everything you will need including a spare camp bed and bbq. View Lyme bay, sunset and sea while dinning or just with a drink, in the Anchor inn beer garden on the cliff. Dogs welcome.
“Lovely little bolthole with everything you need for a cosy stay. The cabin is very privately set on the edge of a wooded area and close to the sea which is just a walk down the lane. There’s a great pub on the beach front and the village of Seatown is an unspoilt haven and perfect for cliff walking and exploring delightful Dorset. Humphrey was very helpful and gave me some good recommendations for coastal excursions x I thoroughly enjoyed my stay x”
Honeysuckle Lodge is a unique blend of luxury mixed with the classic beach/shepherds hut design. It combines spa like experiences such as drenching shower and a hot tub surrounded by living walls; with home from home comforts such as cosy duvets, soft pillows and HD TV with Amazon Fire stick. Located on the site of an 18th Century Grade II listed building, in a small village with a fantastic local pub and village shop. Guests self check-in and out.
“Jeremy and Chloe were great, friendly hosts. They were great at communicating everything and were very helpful when suggesting some places to eat in the local area. The lodge is compact but very well thought out and has everything you need for a short stay. Would definitely return next time I'm in Dorset.”