Stylish, romantic cabin with stunning rural views | Market town of Dorchester close by with cafes and bars | Explore West Bay where ’Broadchurch’ was filmed
2 nights - mostly start on Fri or Sat
3 nights - must start on Fri
4 nights - must start on Mon
5 nights - 22nd or 29th Dec 2012 only.
"Little Cruxton is a luxury studio situated down a wonderful rural Dorset lane and adjacent to the owners house near Cruxton. The river Frome meanders through fields next to the studio offering a perfect retreat for couples and for those looking for a base to explore Dorset’s beautiful countryside and coastline. Devoid from light pollution the sweeping night skies make it an ideal spot for enjoying star-gazing and the village of Maiden Newton is only one mile away with a shop and good pub.\nThe studio is not overlooked and offers fabulous views with a selection of walks right from the door. All open plan and newly fitted Little Cruxton has a very comfortable double bed and kitchen area that is well equipped with hob and multifunction cookermicrowave and fridge. Doors open out onto a wooden decking with a view There’s a modern shower room and outside there is also a purpose built shed with washerdryer and space for coats and boots etc. The perfect Dorchester accommodation"
Little Cruxton: sleeps 2 plus infant in 1 bedroom and 1 shower room. Parking area for guests adjacent to the studio. Large grassed field for guests use
All on one levelSeating area with sofa in open plan bedroom with king size bed (sleeps 2). Dining table for 2. Freeview smart TV and efficient heating systemKitchen area with induction hob, multifunction cooker/microwave and fridgeShower room with shower, sink and WC
OutsideWooden decking area with bistro table and chairs. Access straight to large enclosed grassed field area. Outside there is a purpose built shed for coats, boots with a washing machine/dryer
Cot and highchair providedPrivate parking
A mile down the lane is the village of Maiden Newton with a newsagent, fish and chip shop, restaurant and a local shop. Pubs don’t get better than the Fox and Hounds in Cattistock or the Saxon Arms in Stratton.