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Dorset, a fabulous holiday location

Dorset is one of those beautiful counties that gets by-passed by those heading off to Devon and Cornwall. Why travel so far, when there is so much to see and do in this fabulous area, and there are some really lovely cottages in Dorset, too.

The Dorset coastline

The Dorset coastline

We have some really lovely holiday cottages in Dorset.

 

In the grounds of a water mill, you can take a holiday in a beautiful Dorset holiday cottage, The Miller’s House. (click on the image to see more photos)

The Millier's House has a beautiful garden too

The Millier’s House has a beautiful garden too

This idyllic, very ‘English’ and versatile Dorset holiday cottage is actually two properties next to each other providing completely separate self catering holiday cottages. It can also be booked as a spacious house with five bedrooms and a large dining room providing seating for ten. With many original features including the brick oven, and pretty window seat, The Miller’s House is a lovely place to go in winter or summer with the cosy log burner and many welcoming touches.

Set in the very heart of Thomas Hardy country with its rolling countryside and wonderful walks, there is much to see and do, including visiting Thomas Hardy’s cottage itself which the National Trust have lovingly restored so you can imagine yourself back in time in his novel ‘Far from the Madding Crowd’.

 

There are some very charming cottages in Dorset, including 26 The Green.

Have you ever stayed in a thatched cottage?

Have you ever stayed in a thatched cottage?

This gorgeous thatched cottage is within a ten minute walk of the wonderful sandy beach of Studland Bay. It sleeps 2 adults and 2 children comfortably and is wonderfully quirky!

Church Cottage sleeps 4 and is just 15 miles from the Jurassic Coast.

Church Cottage is in lovely countryside

Church Cottage is in lovely countryside

The South West Coastal path is a short distance away from this Dorset holiday cottage, providing excellent walking paths and spectacular views of the Jurassic Coast.
If you are planning an evening out, you can always walk to the local pub which has a delicious menu.

You will love visiting Dorset. It has so many beautiful English towns and villages to explore. With the stunning coastline and fabulous countryside, there is so much to see and do – all you need is your accommodation. To book Dorset holiday cottages, call us on 01227 464958 or visit our website at www.mulberrycottages.com

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