Nestling within the grounds of a Grade II Listed 15th Century cottage estate and perfect for exploring Thomas Hardy Country, the Jurassic Coast and the Dorset and Somerset interiors, Hillyground Cottage Holidays are at Sturminster Newton in the heart of Blackmore Vale. The exquisite cottages are available overlooking the River Stour and Newton Mill, Call today to book.
Situated side by side and retaining much of their original charm and character, the cottages are available to book either independently or together.
Jasmine Cottage and Rose Cottage are both single storey accommodating three guests each. There are two steps to the front door for which ramps are available. They have well equipped kitchens with electric ovens and hobs, a fridge and freezer, microwave, washing machines, kettle and toaster. Comfy sitting rooms include TVs with Freeview, DVD players and radio/CDs.
The master bedrooms in each cottage have a super king size bed which can be converted to twin beds if preferred. There is an additional single bedroom. The bathroom contains a shower, wash basin and wc.
Surrounded by an acre of wildlife friendly gardens with seating areas and an adjoining meadow in which dogs can run off the lead.
All bed linen, towels and electric are included in booking and the cottages are non-smoking with level flooring throughout.
Well trained pets and families are warmly welcomed, with cots provided on request.
Ample parking is adjacent on the flat paved driveway and ramps are available to assist access to the front door via two steps.
Contact the owners for availability. Full-week bookings only April-October; short breaks available November-March. Open all year. Prices in 2013 are from £217 to £466 per week per cottage. Contact the owners or see their website for specific prices for each week.
Fine inns serving food and restaurants are just a 5 minute walk away and guests are welcome to explore the stunning surrounding Hillyground gardens with ample seating and a picnic table.
The holiday cottages are conveniently located on the A357, the main road between Sherborne to the west and Blandford Forum to the east.