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Riverside House Holiday Cottages in Winfrith Newburgh,Dorchester, Dorset, Englan
1 double bed (linen Provided) 1 single put up bed and 1 travel cot available on request double wardrobe 2 bedside tables chest of drawers bedroom chair
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - Max 2 dogs welcome at £10 each Max 2 dogs welcome at £10 each
Smoking allowed - Smoking outside property onlySmoking outside property only
Max guests: 3
Minimum age of primary renter:
About Sharon Narraway
We (David and Sharon Narraway) moved to Winfrith Newburgh in 2006, hoping for a better life in the countryside, we have three children and a friendly dog to complete our family. We have not been disappointed and have never looked back. We instantly fell in love with our house and the picture perfect village of Winfrith Newburgh and its location.
Sharon Narraway purchased this Cottage in 2006
Why Sharon Narraway chose Winfrith Newburgh
After visiting other family members in Dorset for many years, we loved it's charm and peacefulness, with a wide range of things to do all year round. We considered it would be nice area to retire to, then thought why wait! We felt Winfrith Newburgh filled all of our requirements, Village shop/Post Office, Train station (Wool) and of course a friendly local pub within walking distance. It is perfect for us. The local people are friendly and helpful and there is always somethings going on in the village hall or church.
What makes this Cottage unique
Winfrith Newburgh is a good base for visiting surrounding areas, walking to Winfrith and Tadnoll heaths to spot local wildlife such as deer, rabbits, pheasants and many birds, jotting off to the coast without the use of the car, passing a few pubs on the way, cycling the many Purbeck pathways, horse riding though the beautiful coastal countryside or beaches, easy reach of Monkey World and the Tank museum, many historic town and their daily markets, all surrounding the Jurassic coast, and not forgetting the delights of Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove.