5 Guests,

1 Double,

3 Singles,

2 Bath

Odd Nod Cottage, Coombe Keynes, nr Wareham, Dorset

Coombe Keynes (near Wareham), Dorset

Close by to the stunning Lulworth Cove, located along Dorset's famous Jurassic Coast, Odd Nod Cottage is located in the pretty hamlet of Coombe Keynes, around 7 miles from the town of Wareham. This cottage is a classic thatched property which sleeps up to 5 people and offers a welcoming blend of tradition and modernity.

5 Guests,

1 Double,

3 Singles,

2 Bath

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Odd Nod is one of a small group of picturesque thatched cottages
Ground floor:  Kitchen/breakfast room
Ground floor:  Kitchen/breakfast room
Ground floor:  Dining area
Ground floor:  Sitting room with separate dining area
First floor: Double bedroom with 5' bed
First floor:  Twin bedroom with 3' beds
First floor: Single bedroom with 3' bed
First floor: Family bathroom with separate bath and shower
Odd Nod is one of a small group of picturesque thatched cottages
The large patio area with garden furniture
Odd Nod, a view from the garden
The pretty lawned garden
Al fresco dining overlooking the delightful garden
The summer-house looking out onto the gently sloping lawned garden
The pretty lawned garden
A glimpse through the flowers to the patio area
Charming features within the garden, however please supervise young children
South facing garden stretching out on to open farmland offering lovely views out over fields
Only three miles from Lulworth Cove
Durdle Door
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Important information

The cottage offers off-street parking for up to two small vehicles.
Barbecues are not permitted due to the risk of fire from the thatched roof.
Please supervise children in the garden at all times due to the steps.
A travel cot, a highchair and a stairgate are all available on request.

Amenities

Child Friendly

Parking

3 Bedrooms

Sleeps 5

Pet Free

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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