If you are looking for something oozing country charm, then stop the search now. Weatherby View has character in spades, from the wood burning fire and exposed brick walls to the pine wood doors and wrought-iron details.
It’s quite rural here, with views across the countryside and a bridle path going straight past the front door. Doggies are welcome too and they would love a stay in this charming 3 bedroom cottage for 5.
There are plenty of trails and cycling routes for the family and doggies to explore, as well as outdoor activities within driving distance.
At A Glance
Three Dogs Allowed
Pets - No Charge
About Weatherby View
This semi-detached cottage has 3 bedrooms – a king size, twin and single – sleeping 5. The living room has a wood burner, TV, and DVD player, and the dining room boasts a wood burner and a table with chairs.
The gallery kitchen is fitted with a microwave, dishwasher and fridge, plus the utility room houses a WC and washing machine. The garden is enclosed with a lawn, summerhouse, barbecue and patio furniture. Up to 3 dogs are welcome.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Briantspuddle, Dorchester
Weatherby View is in Brantspuddle, a picturesque village of thatched cottages, some of which date back to the 15th century. The next village over is Tolpuddle, known for its workers who stood up for what was right back in 1823.
Brandtspuddle is 10 miles from Dorchester and 12 miles from Lulworth beach. Dorset villages are on every side and Weymouth is a 14-mile drive away. In Dorchester, the county’s capital, you can see some its Roman remains and in Colliton Park there’s a Roman Town House.
Brewery Square boasts coffee shops and small eateries in a setting that rivals Covent Garden in London. On Wednesdays the town holds a small market, and the high street boasts a full range of popular shops. The Keep houses a military museum with old uniforms and other personal artefacts.
Climb to the top of this castle-like building for the spectacular views of the town. Lulworth is a popular place to visit, a beautiful part of the Dorset coast it will take your breath away. There’s a castle to tour with incredible grounds, and a cove containing bright blue water.
Durdle Door, the natural rock arch that is much photographed, stands on the beach which is a dog-friendly place to walk. For some traditional seaside fun, go to Weymouth and spend time playing on the sands. The promenade along the back is a great place to wander, and there are countless places to eat and buy an ice cream.
Little ones will love a visit to the Sealife marine centre, and there’s a water park here as well. At Brewers Quay you’ll find antique stores and vintage shops, plus a choice of coffee places and tea rooms.
Weatherby View has a pretty location in a spot surrounded by fields. This cottage is on a bridle path so you can step out of the front door and straight into the Dorset countryside.
Walk for miles with the family and doggies and discover the local area on foot without the need to use the car. Inside this delightful holiday home, there are features that are extra special such as the corner wood burner in the living room and farmhouse table in the dining room.
Even the doors have character, they are made from beautiful old wood and have wrought-iron furnishings. It’s the ideal Dorset holiday home for a family of 5 who love to take their pooch away with them. You can take a step back here and unwind for a while in the country. But if you crave some time by the seaside, then you can be on the Jurassic coast in 20 minutes.
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