This charming, detached cottage in Fifehead Neville, near Sturminster Newton in Dorset can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
Belview Cottage is a delightful, detached cottage, located in an idyllic rural setting, can be found in the hamlet of Fifehead Neville, just three miles from Sturminster Newton. Set in the grounds of the owner's home, this property offers a double room, a twin room and a family bathroom and can sleep up to four people. With oak floors throughout the downstairs level, there is a well-equipped kitchen, a good sized sitting room with en electric fire, a dining area and French doors leading outside. Outside, there is off road parking for two cars and an enclosed lawned garden with furniture. Belview Cottage truly is a wonderful base for friends and families wishing to explore Dorset and the Jurassic Coast.
Amenities: Oil central heating with electric woodburner-effect fire in sitting room. Electric oven and halogen hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview HD, DVD, DAB radio/CD player with music and power ports, WiFi, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. DAB radio alarm clock and hairdryer in both bedrooms. Travel cot in double bedroom, highchair and baby bath on request. Off road-parking for two cars. Small lockable store. Enclosed lawned garden with raised paved patio and furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking inside or outside property. Shop and pub 1.5 miles. Note: Sloping ceilings in bedrooms, with restricted headroom in places. Note: This cottage has been awarded a 4* Gold Award by Visit England national grading scheme. Note: The arrival time for this property is 4pm.
Region: Explore the fossils and stunning beaches of Dorset's Jurassic Coast, visit historic Sherborne and Shaftesbury, or enjoy the footpaths, country lanes and thatched-roof pubs Dorset offers.
Town: Set on the banks of the River Stour and reached via a graceful, six arch 15th Century bridge - carrying a warning of deportation for those who damage it - the small market town of Sturminster Newton is a fascinating holiday destination. The surrounding area was apparently a source of inspiration for the works of Thomas Hardy, most famous for his novel 'Tess of the D'Urbervilles' who supposedly wrote 'Return of The Native', whilst living in the town.