As one of two properties in a charming courtyard setting, this accommodation offers views over countryside and an adjoining golf course in the village of Charminster. Just one and a half miles from Dorchester, this building has been sympathetically renovated to retain many original beams and other character features. The well-equipped fitted kitchen also comes with a central breakfast bar whilst the cosy sitting room offers a dining area and electric fire. Local amenities are plentiful and are all within easy travelling distance of the property.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double with beams, door to balcony and en-suite with bath, basin and WC, 1 x twin with TV with video and DVD, beams and en-suite with bath, basin and WC. Additional ground floor basin & WC. Superb fitted kitchen with central breakfast bar. Utility room. Sitting room with dining area off and electric fire.
Oil central heating with electric fire in sitting room. Electric range oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, 2 x TVs with video and DVD, radio/CD player. Washing machine and tumble dryer in utility room. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Travel cot & highchair available on request. Ample off road parking. Enclosed lawned garden and patio, with garden furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 8 mins walk, pub 1 mile.
Set in the valley of the River Cerne and surrounded by glorious, unspoilt countryside is the attractive scattered community of Charminster. Served by a shop and pub, this village is also just one and a half miles from the bustling market town of Dorchester. Dorchester itself is packed with interesting features such as Roman roads, museums and a wide selection of pubs and restaurants. England's largest hillfort, Maiden Castle, provides a scenic walk, whilst there is a County Museum with a room dedicated to locally born author, Thomas Hardy, writer of the recently televised ˜Tess of the D'Urbervilles'. Seven miles away in picturesque Weymouth are glorious gently shelving beaches, though along the coastline visitors can also find the rugged peninsula of Portland and Chesil Beach made famous by writer Ian McEwan.
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.