Vine Cottage, St James Road, Old Sawmills, Netherbury, Bridport
Vine Cottage is a charming and spacious 2 bedroom modern single-storey timber lodge, well located in the picturesque village of Netherbury.
- Vine Cottage comfortably sleeps 4.
- Vine Cottage is a newly built detached lodge, next to Sawmill Cottage (also a holiday let cottage) in the grounds of Old Sawmills which is a large beautiful detached family house.
- Vine Cottage has a private garden and terrace/patio area.
- There is a garden table and a tennis court next door which guests are welcome to use.
- Free WI-FI is available in some rooms
- The open plan living room includes a sofa, 2 armchairs, dining table with chairs and an integrated kitchen. The living room has that modern country cottage feel and is perfect for relaxing with friends or family.
- The kitchen is incorporated within the spacious living room and has an oven, hob, fridge, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine.
- Bedroom 1: Master bedroom with a king-size double bed and a chest of drawers.
- Bedroom 2: Twin bedroom with two single beds with a wardrobe.
- The bathroom has a bath with a power shower over the bath, WC and washbasin.
- A Webber BBQ is provided, but please note that charcoal is not supplied. You are welcome to use the BBQ on condition that it is thoroughly cleaned ready for the next guests.
- Vine Cottage is ideal for a small group of friends or a family with children or part of a larger group if both Sawmill and Vine Cottages are rented together.
- A travel cot is available to hire on request for additional charge of £15. Cot sheets and bedding are not provided so guests should bring this with them.
- A TV and DVD player are provided.
- We are flexible for short breaks, so please ask. Check-in is after 2pm and check out by 10am.
- All bed linen and towels are provided (except for a cot bed).
- Vine Cottage welcomes dogs to stay and there is an additional charge of £25 per dog (maximum of 2 dogs).
from £100.00 Per Night
Minimum 2 night stays
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