This charming property has been built and developed in a sustainable way using a number of local and natural materials and offers a great escape for guests looking to explore this lovely area.
Solid cob walls, a twisting staircase, and a whole host of pretty nooks make this barn-conversion annexe a wonderfully characterful place to enjoy a couples’ break along with up to two dogs. Situated on a small organic farm, the location is absolutely perfect for endless walkies on the nearby Jurassic Coast, with a rural sanctuary to retreat to at the end of the day.
Upon arrival, it is clear that a huge amount of care and attention has been put into creating a stylish property which is sympathetic to the rural setting. Make yourselves at home in the light-filled lounge where your beloved pups can curl up on the rug whilst you enjoy a film or simply catch up with a good book. The kitchenette area is set off to one side, with a handmade spiral staircase leading up to the romantic bedroom where the super king-size bed and a quiet seating area sit under exposed wooden beams. Outside, enjoy al fresco dining on the enclosed patio to the side of the property, where there is space for your dogs to stretch their legs whilst you relax over evening drinks or a morning coffee.
Surrounded by attractive countryside, this farmland property is a wonderful choice if you are looking to escape the stresses of daily life and enjoy the simple pleasures of leisurely walks and days spent by the sea. It is perfectly possible to walk on footpaths to the seaside village of Charmouth, 2.5 miles away, where you will find a thriving and welcoming coastal community with a choice of dog-friendly places to eat. The beach is a popular spot for fossil hunters and is open to dogs all year round, though they must be kept on leads from 1st April to the end of October.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.