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Part of the row of thatched cottages Oak enjoys wonderful views across the garden to the hills beyond. A benefit of this quiet rural setting is the lack of light pollution, promising some fabulous star gazing, the more adventurous may want to gaze from the top of Golden Cap!
Heating: Gas central heating included.
Parking: There is a car park located behind the cottage which is shared with Elm, Ash and Beech Cottage and is large enough for approximately 12 cars.
Garden: There is a shared lawn area to the front.
Utilities/Electricals: The washing machine and tumble dryer are a combined washer/dryer.
Offers: Guests will benefit from a late Sunday checkout of 4pm at this cottage.
Television/Signal: A satellite television system ensures good reception and a range of digital channels.
Please Note: It is advisable to arrive in daylight as careful driving is required on approach to this cottage.
No two days are the same across these three beautiful counties; from Wiltshire's dreamy downland and the stone circles of Avebury and Stonehenge, Dorset's coastal beauty and bucolic charms, and the wilds of Exmoor and Quantocks in Somerset. Their wide open spaces and historical sites draws people back again and again.
Dorset is Thomas Hardy country - an appealing mixture of rolling heath land, secluded valleys, picturesque villages, great houses and estates, and a coastline awash with natural beauty. The spectacular Jurassic Coast is just one of the many wonders Dorset has to offer and has shaped the county?s history - from the rugged Isle of Purbeck and the sweeping Chesil Beach to the quaint charm of Lyme Regis and Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour. National Trust properties in Dorset include Corfe Castle, Kingston Lacy and Clouds Hill once the cottage retreat of T E Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia), while other attractions include the seaside resort of Bournemouth and the county town of Dorchester.