Thatched Purbeck Holiday Cottage
2 Thatched Purbeck holiday cottages Purbeck Dorset.
Our Thatched self catering stone cottages are located in pretty and attractive historic villages.
New Cottage; Sleeps 5 plus a baby in 3 bedrooms;
Priory Farm Cottage is a 'chocolate box' traditional thatched cottage surrounded by beautiful countryside and within a 10 minute drive of the sea at Lulworth. Here swimming, fishing trips, rib riides and the 'fossil forrest' can be enjoyed. There are also wonderful walks with the coast path extending westwards to Weymouth and eastwards to Studland. The cottage is furnished and equipped to a high standard. There is a 'king size' master bedroom, a smaller double bedroom and a charming single room. Outside there is a lovely fenced garden with large lawns and a patio area for enjoying meals plus a play area for children. Purbeck self catering holiday cottage. Priory Farm Cottage has an approval rating of 4.7 stars from 17 Purbeck self catering holiday guests. Priory Farm Cottage is a new Purbeck self catering cottage.
East Holme Lulworth Dorset
Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms; Children age 4+ welcome or 1 baby age six months or under; Pets not permitted
This lovely 17th century stone cottage is situated in the centre of the picturesque village of Corfe Castle amongst the beautiful countryside of the Isle of Purbeck. The famous castle, which was attacked by Oliver Cromwell, stands majestically on a small hill within a 2 minute walk of the cottage and is the focal point of the village. Purbeck self catering holiday cottage. Penny Cottage has an approval rating of 4.7 stars from 55 Purbeck self catering holiday guests.
Corfe Castle Dorset
Thatched Holiday Cottages Isle of Purbeck
One of the attractions of visiting Purbeck is to see all the Thatched Dorset cottages to be found here and most villages retain a Thatched feel due to the number of stone built and thatched cottages.
Purbeck has been a source of stone for many of England's finest buildings so it is not surprising that many of the cottages in the area are made from Purbeck limestone. The small number of newly constructed houses in the conservation area are also made from this material so Purbeck villages will retain their charm for years to come.