A beautiful Grade II listed building, dating back to the 18th Century. Albert cottage is very spacious, well equipped and comfortable.
Located in the enchanting historic small town of Beaminster which has a good range of independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. The surrounding countryside and coast line is simply wonderful.
Albert Cottage is very well equipped & full of character throughout. It has been beautifully refurbished to a very high standard.
There is a beautiful walled garden.
Albert Cottage (2 bedrooms, sleeps 5)
A beautiful Grade II listed building, dating back to the early 18th Century. The cottage is very spacious, cosy and comfortable.
Located in a peaceful, picturesque and historical area Albert Cottage is just a few minutes stroll away from the centre of Beaminster
It is very well equipped and full of character with charming rustic features throughout.
The front door leads into the hallway laid with flag stones. The living room has many rustic features including flag stone floor and beautiful period fireplace, (not in use). The room is bright and spacious with a cosy rug and comfortable seating for 5 and additional small table and chairs.
There is a large 42" TV, with Freesat, DVD player, iphone/ ipad/ MP3 dock.
The hallway leads to the dining room which is laid to flag stones and has a table and 6 chairs. The dining room leads into the kitchen.
The kitchen is very well equipped with high quality equipment and appliances.
There is a gas cooker, gas hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, cafetiere, slow cooker, fridge and washing machine. Tumble dryer and Freezer in out-building/summerhouse opposite back door
King size bed and 3ft single.
Very large room with dual aspect windows providing views over the historic village and surrounding countryside.
Bespoke beautiful King size bed with high quality pocket sprung mattress, exposed wooden floor boards, large wardrobe, chest of drawers.
Flat screen TV with Freesat and DVD player, radio alarm clock.
3’ Single bed and space for a cot if required.
Two 3' single beds with quality pocket sprung mattresses. Wardrobe with hanging space and shelving. Exposed wooden floor boards, pretty period fireplace (not in use).
Flat screen TV with Freesat and DVD player, radio alarm clock.
Family bathroom with power shower over bath, toilet and basin.
The kitchen door leads to the private fenced garden which is safe for children and dogs. There is a sun-trap patio area close to the house and a large with a toilet and basin.
The garden has a good size lawn, flower borders and a second seating area at the far end of the garden.
There are lovely views from the garden of the village and surrounding countryside.
The cottage is very comfortable and homely with central heating throughout.
We provide a range of guides and an OS map.
There are wonderful walks from the cottage and numerous others in the close vicinity.
There is also a selection of books, games DVD'S and toys.
Off street private parking is available for 2 cars.
BBQ supplied at far end of the garden
FREE Wi-Fi - great connection.
Well behaved dogs; £20 per week
We provide a travel cot, high chair and stair gate
We also provide ;
~ Toilet rolls
~ Washing up liquid,
~ Hand soap,
~ Dish cloths/brush,
Beaminster is a very enchanting, historic town which lies in a Conservation Area, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is renowned for it's beautiful buildings and it's array of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes. There are over 200 listed buildings, and a beautiful historic church (St Mary's) which has one of the finest towers in Dorset.
It is the perfect location for a holiday; within easy reach of stunning countryside, it is a haven for people who love the beach, countryside, wildlife, authentic vibrant Dorset towns, formal gardens, great food, music, art and culture.
There is a wide range of shops Beaminster including a Co-op, and a range of good quality independent shops including a very popular bakery, Vieux Four patisserie (delicious cakes and pastries), Angie's fruit and veg shop,( lovely fresh local produce) a delicatessen, and Nick Tetts the butcher.
There are several good cafes and restaurants, such as the luxurious Bridge House Hotel. The Red Lion and The Greyhound are both friendly, popular pubs. There are also numerous other little shops selling clothes, kitchenware, gifts and toys.
Beaminster Memorial Playing fields; a large, pretty park with a children's play area.
There is a public swimming pool, sports hall and gym at Beaminster Secondary School which are available for use during school holidays and at weekends.
Bridport is about 7 miles away; it is a wonderful lively town with with a fascinating history. and a thriving art and music culture. It has all the facilities of a small town including a small cinema, art centre and a famous street market on Wednesdays and Saturdays. There are an abundance of units selling antique furniture, Art and collectables around the historical St Michaels Trading Estate.
The charming fishing harbour of West Bay is just a few minutes drive from Bridport.
Now famous as the location for 'Broadchurch', West Bay has something for everyone.
It is a thriving harbour and there is a wonderful beach below the towering spectacular Jurassic red cliffs. Fishing and crabbing are very popular from the harbourside.
There is also an attractive, sandy dog friendly beach.
There are numerous food kiosks selling all sorts of delicious food. Rachel's kiosk is rated as the best food in the whole of Bridport and Baboo Gelato Ice cream kiosk sells the best ice cream too.
The incredibly beautiful and historic Customs House has recently been re-opened to the public and it is now a fascinating collection of units selling all sorts of antiques, collectables and wonderful gifts.
The renowned town of Lyme Regis is about 25 minutes drive from the cottage, with it's range of wonderful beaches. There is a beautiful safe sandy beach ideal for younger children to splash, play and swim.
There is a huge rockpool area and a dog friendly pebble beach.
There are also beaches where fossils can be found and guided fossil tours take place. Lyme Regis offers a host of other activities for all ages and interests.
The back streets of Lyme Regis are full of character and history and there is a working mill where a fascinating tour is available.
There is abundance of wonderful places to eat and drink and there are numerous interesting shops to wander around too.
Dorset is characterised by rolling hills, winding valleys, and beautiful villages. The area abounds in historic monuments and beautiful scenery. The Jurassic coast is the only Natural World Heritage site in England and offers fantastic scenery and lovely beaches. The area is a walkers paradise and provides endless opportunities for hikers, families and children.
There are numerous formal gardens and historic houses; Mapperton Gardens; nr Beaminster, 4 miles; Forde Abbey; approx 15 min drive;Montecute House, (NT), approx 20 min drive; Tintinhull (NT) approx 40 min away;Barrington Court (NT) approx 45 min away; Abbotsbury – Tropical Gardens and childrens farm) 30 min away; Kingston Maurward, Dorchester, 35 min away (also has childrens farm)
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