8 Guests,

2 Double,

4 Singles,

2 Bath

Magna Cottage, nr Shaftesbury, Dorset

near Shaftesbury, Dorset

Whether you're looking for the ideal summertime holiday or a cosy winter hideaway, Magna Cottage boasts rustic comfort and an unrivalled location, with a superb location in Dorset a mile outside the village of Ashmore and around 6 miles from the town of Shaftesbury. This 300-year-old thatched cottage can sleep up to 8 people, and you can even bring the dog.

8 Guests,

2 Double,

4 Singles,

2 Bath

Best Price Promise
Magna Cottage, a 300 year old detached thatched, flint property
Ground floor:  Fully fitted kitchen with table
Ground floor:  Dining room
Ground floor:  Large sitting room with stairs to first floor
Ground floor:  the other end of the large sitting room, where you can sit and read or play a game whilst others are watching television
First floor:  Double bedroom
First floor:  Double bedroom
First floor:  Twin bedroom
First floor:  Second twin bedroom linked to the master double bedroom with a second staircase
First floor:  Bathroom with hand held spray attachment
Ground floor:  Shower room with wc
Delightful garden with outdoor seating
The picturesque Magna Cottage
Large one acre lawned orchard garden, ideal for children
As the highest village in Dorset the views from the walks in the area are spectacular to the coast of the Isle of Wight
Large one acre lawned orchard garden, ideal for children
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Important information

This property accepts up to two well behaved dogs for a small fee.
A travel cot and highchair are available on request.
Barbecues are not permitted due to the risk of fire from the thatched roof.

Amenities

4 Bedrooms

Child Friendly

Parking

Pet Friendly

Sleeps 8

What can I do?

Jurassic Coast

Dorset is home to a vast stretch of the famous Jurassic Coast, a striking World Heritage Site whose rocky shores span 185 million years of ancient history. Hunt for fossils, take bracing beach walks and witness amazing geological formations like Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove.

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Dorset isn't just famous for its coastline, with just less than half of the county taken up with the vast Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Take a walk, cycle or even ride a horse to explore the unspoilt and tranquil Dorset countryside.

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