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Find the perfect base or stop over for your golf holiday in Dorset with 289 self catering cottages to choose from. Many of the Dorset self catering listed below have golf courses near by.

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Chetnole Mill in Chetnole, Dorset, South West England

Chetnole Mill, Chetnole, Dorset, South West England

Sleeps 5
Weekly price range £347 to £1104

Self catering accommodation in Chetnole sleeps 5.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 5

Accommodation overview: With its original machinery on view through an internal window, this fine conversion of part of an 18th-century mill has been charmingly furnished with some period and antique furniture, and enjoys a village setting (with its small patio garden) within walking distance of the green, children’s play area, shop and inn. Part of the mill is occupied by the owner’s art studio, and a public footpath runs along part of the driveway. Excellent train service to Bath and Weymouth. Yeovil (with swimming-pool) 7 miles, and the beach at Burton Bradstock is half an hour’s drive. Shop and inn 400 yards.

Living/dining room with large inglenook fireplace, rugs on wooden floor and modern kitchen area. Three easy steps to bathroom with toilet. Double bedroom with doors to patio. First floor: Two pretty bedrooms; one twin and one single, both with sloping ceiling. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.




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Harcombe House - Woodhouse in Harcombe Bottom, Dorset, South West England

Harcombe House - Woodhouse, Harcombe Bottom, Dorset, South West England

Sleeps 8
Weekly price range £541 to £1428

Self catering accommodation in Harcombe Bottom sleeps 8.

Features include: • Internet Access • Swimming Pool • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 8

Accommodation overview: An ancient landscape of rolling downs, sheltered valleys
and Iron Age forts, immortalised in Hardy’s writings ...

Enjoying a truly tranquil position in the village of Harcombe Bottom, close to the popular resort of Lyme Regis, Harcombe House offers a variety of accommodation to suit all tastes and requirements. Completely renovated, the house started life as a Victorian gentleman’s residence, and was more recently used as a boarding house for the local public school. Honeysuckle Cottage ref DZJ is a detached property just 100 yards from the entrance to Harcombe House and lies 30 yards from the grounds. Surrounded by 9-acre grounds, comprising gardens brimming with rhododendrons, well-tended lawns and shady woodland, each property is furnished to a good standard and enjoys shared use of an indoor swimming pool, hard tennis court and games room and well-equipped children’s playroom – making this an attractive choice for families. With sandy beaches, a host of seaside attractions, and beautiful countryside peppered with picture-postcard villages, all on the doorstep, Harcombe House truly is an ideal holiday location for exploring the delights of Dorset.
Just 2 miles distant lies Lyme Regis, setting for the TV adaptation of John Fowles’ novel A French Lieutenant’s Woman. Here colourful fishing vessels and pleasure craft line the pretty harbour, and a host of outdoor activities, such as fishing, boating, sailing and windsurfing tuition, and golf can be enjoyed. Superb coastal walks can be taken along the World Heritage Coast, with its stretches of fossil beaches to explore, and magnificent views to admire from Golden Cap – the highest point on England’s south coast at 626-ft high.
Nearby, Hardy Country beckons visitors to discover the rolling green pastures and pretty thatched villages made famous in his novels, while for a great family day out, the Georgian seaside town of Weymouth is within easy reach, offering in addition to its harbour and sandy beaches, a host of all-weather attractions, as well as several RSPB sanctuaries. Also well worth a day trip is the county town of Dorchester (20 miles), alias Hardy’s Casterbridge; offering a bustling market square, and some excellent shops and restaurants, Dorchester is also a great base from which to explore the impressive Maiden Castle rising up from the plains. Exeter is within easy driving distance, its skyline dominated by the distinctive monument of St Peter’s Cathedral. Other important historical buildings in the city include the 14th-century Guildhall, several ancient churches and the restored Quayside with its Custom House dating back to 1681. Another town well worth a visit is Weymouth, with many attractions for all the family. The Sea Life Park gives the opportunity to get close to sharks and rays, the Deep Sea Adventure tells the sobering story of the Titanic disaster and The Timewalk contains an entertaining and educational walk-through exhibition of Weymouth’s maritime and brewing past.
Nearby Sidmouth boasts nearly 500 buildings listed as having special historic or architectural interest, and in August the town hosts what many consider to be the country’s best folk festival at the beginning of August. Folk and roots artists from around the world as well as dance and theatre companies take over various venues in the eight-day event. The fishing village of Beer lies huddled within a small sheltered cove between gleaming white headlands. Much of the village remains unchanged since the time when it was a smugglers’ eyrie. With numerous stately homes and gardens to visit locally, including Abbotsbury Swannery and Tropical Gardens, ancient forts perched upon hilltops affording far-reaching views and a host of seaside towns, including Seaton (with its tramway) stretching along the coastline, there is something for everyone to enjoy in this part of the country. Shops ¾ mile.




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Sunny Gardens in Weymouth, Dorset, South West England

Sunny Gardens, Weymouth, Dorset, South West England

Sleeps 6
Weekly price range £313 to £764

Self catering accommodation in Weymouth sleeps 6.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Close to the Sea • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview: Sleeping up to six people in three bedrooms, this detached holiday home is just over a mile from the sea front, on the edge of Weymouth.

Sunny Gardens is a cosy holiday home on the edge of Weymouth, just over a mile from the beach. There is a ground floor double bedroom, a ground floor room with a sofabed, and a twin room tucked into the eaves. There is also a shower room on the ground floor, and a first floor basin and WC. There is a fitted galley kitchen, a dining room leading to the conservatory, and a sitting room. Outside is off road parking for two cars, and a spacious garden. With the attractions of Weymouth and beyond on the doorstep, Sunny Gardens makes a welcoming year-round family base.


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Harcombe House - Ware in Harcombe Bottom, Dorset, South West England

Harcombe House - Ware, Harcombe Bottom, Dorset, South West England

Sleeps 4
Weekly price range £245 to £666

Self catering accommodation in Harcombe Bottom sleeps 4.

Features include: • Internet Access • Swimming Pool • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: An ancient landscape of rolling downs, sheltered valleys
and Iron Age forts, immortalised in Hardy’s writings ...

Enjoying a truly tranquil position in the village of Harcombe Bottom, close to the popular resort of Lyme Regis, Harcombe House offers a variety of accommodation to suit all tastes and requirements. Completely renovated, the house started life as a Victorian gentleman’s residence, and was more recently used as a boarding house for the local public school. Honeysuckle Cottage ref DZJ is a detached property just 100 yards from the entrance to Harcombe House and lies 30 yards from the grounds. Surrounded by 9-acre grounds, comprising gardens brimming with rhododendrons, well-tended lawns and shady woodland, each property is furnished to a good standard and enjoys shared use of an indoor swimming pool, hard tennis court and games room and well-equipped children’s playroom – making this an attractive choice for families. With sandy beaches, a host of seaside attractions, and beautiful countryside peppered with picture-postcard villages, all on the doorstep, Harcombe House truly is an ideal holiday location for exploring the delights of Dorset.
Just 2 miles distant lies Lyme Regis, setting for the TV adaptation of John Fowles’ novel A French Lieutenant’s Woman. Here colourful fishing vessels and pleasure craft line the pretty harbour, and a host of outdoor activities, such as fishing, boating, sailing and windsurfing tuition, and golf can be enjoyed. Superb coastal walks can be taken along the World Heritage Coast, with its stretches of fossil beaches to explore, and magnificent views to admire from Golden Cap – the highest point on England’s south coast at 626-ft high.
Nearby, Hardy Country beckons visitors to discover the rolling green pastures and pretty thatched villages made famous in his novels, while for a great family day out, the Georgian seaside town of Weymouth is within easy reach, offering in addition to its harbour and sandy beaches, a host of all-weather attractions, as well as several RSPB sanctuaries. Also well worth a day trip is the county town of Dorchester (20 miles), alias Hardy’s Casterbridge; offering a bustling market square, and some excellent shops and restaurants, Dorchester is also a great base from which to explore the impressive Maiden Castle rising up from the plains. Exeter is within easy driving distance, its skyline dominated by the distinctive monument of St Peter’s Cathedral. Other important historical buildings in the city include the 14th-century Guildhall, several ancient churches and the restored Quayside with its Custom House dating back to 1681. Another town well worth a visit is Weymouth, with many attractions for all the family. The Sea Life Park gives the opportunity to get close to sharks and rays, the Deep Sea Adventure tells the sobering story of the Titanic disaster and The Timewalk contains an entertaining and educational walk-through exhibition of Weymouth’s maritime and brewing past.
Nearby Sidmouth boasts nearly 500 buildings listed as having special historic or architectural interest, and in August the town hosts what many consider to be the country’s best folk festival at the beginning of August. Folk and roots artists from around the world as well as dance and theatre companies take over various venues in the eight-day event. The fishing village of Beer lies huddled within a small sheltered cove between gleaming white headlands. Much of the village remains unchanged since the time when it was a smugglers’ eyrie. With numerous stately homes and gardens to visit locally, including Abbotsbury Swannery and Tropical Gardens, ancient forts perched upon hilltops affording far-reaching views and a host of seaside towns, including Seaton (with its tramway) stretching along the coastline, there is something for everyone to enjoy in this part of the country. Shops ¾ mile.




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2 bedroom holiday home in Sherborne, Dorset, South West England

2 bedroom holiday home, Sherborne, Dorset, South West England

Sleeps 4
Weekly price range £315 to £

Self catering accommodation in Sherborne sleeps 4.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Pub near by • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: RENOVATED BARN CONVERSION WITH LARGE PRIVATE ENCLOSED GARDEN. Delightful single-storey barn conversion with far-reaching countryside views accessed via a shared driveway finished to a high standard and is perfect base for exploring the area. There is so much to see and do in the area with beaches to the north and south as well as a wealth of attractions to suit all tastes which include Sherborne Castle numerous National Trust properties and gardens Longleat Safari Park Montacute House Yeovilton Air Museum to name but a few. Although slightly inland Dorchester is a great base from which to explore Dorset s Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site as well as the cosmopolitan resorts of Bournemouth and Poole. Southern Counties Shooting is a 15 minute drive where you can take part in Clay Pigeon Shooting and Karting. Leisure facilities: children s outdoor play equipment. Guests are welcome to collect their own eggs from the resident hens. The barn offers TWO bedrooms: 1 double bedroom and 1 bunk bedroom. Bathroom: with shower over bath and WC. Lounge/kitchen/diner: open-plan lounge area with woodburner (first basket of logs included) TV/DVD and a selection of DVDS. Fitted kitchen with electric cooker fridge no freezer compartment dishwasher and microwave. Outside: large enclosed garden and decked area to the rear of the barn with garden furniture and BBQ. Amenities: ample off-road parking. Bed linen electric first basket of logs and central heating included. Towels for hire. Wi-Fi available. 2 medium-sized dogs welcome. Regret no smoking. Additional info: babysitting by arrangement. Location: pub within walking distance shop 1 mile beach 20 miles.


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The Kestral in Sturminster Newton, Dorset, South West England

The Kestral, Sturminster Newton, Dorset, South West England

Sleeps 8
Weekly price range £494 to £1095

Self catering accommodation in Sturminster Newton sleeps 8.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Easy Walking Access • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 8

Accommodation overview: Enjoying its own large garden and a beautiful conservation countryside setting this converted spacious and tastefully appointed cottage lies midway between Shaftesbury and Blandford Forum (10 miles). One of three set 2 miles from Sturminster Newton it is ideally placed for exploring Stourhead House and Gardens Longleat Safari Park Monkey World the Fleet Air Arm Museum and the Jurassic Coast. The Wessex Ridgeway offers pleasant walking and golf fishing and riding are found nearby. Shops and pubs 1.5 miles.

Accommodation Detail

Ground floor: Living room. Dining area/kitchen. 1 double bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet. First floor: 3 bedrooms: 2 double one with en-suite shower room and toilet 1 twin. Bathroom with toilet.



Phone enquiries: 0345 498 6152

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Marbles in Rousdon, Dorset, South West England

Marbles, Rousdon, Dorset, South West England

Sleeps 4
Weekly price range £332 to £987

Self catering accommodation in Rousdon sleeps 4.

Features include: • Internet Access • Pub near by • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: Set in a 19th-century, 350-acre country estate with its own private beach, this well-presented Grade II, holiday home, with marble mounting block outside in the courtyard, is ideal for relaxing and enjoying coastal walks. It lies in the heart of the Rousdon Estate, just ½ mile from the World Heritage Jurassic Coast and Dorset Coastal Path and 2½ miles from Lyme Regis with its splendid Cobb, harbour and beach, and many nearby attractions such as the Donkey Sanctuary, Seaton Electric Tramway and Bicton Gardens. Shops and pubs ¾ mile.

Large living/dining room with wooden floor and kitchen area. Spiral stairs to first floor: Two bedrooms: Double bedroom with 5ft bed. Twin bedroom. Bathroom with over bath shower and toilet.




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Harcombe House - Shapwick in Harcombe Bottom, Dorset, South West England

Harcombe House - Shapwick, Harcombe Bottom, Dorset, South West England

Sleeps 6
Weekly price range £393 to £1213

Self catering accommodation in Harcombe Bottom sleeps 6.

Features include: • Internet Access • Swimming Pool • Short Breaks • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview: An ancient landscape of rolling downs, sheltered valleys
and Iron Age forts, immortalised in Hardy’s writings ...

Enjoying a truly tranquil position in the village of Harcombe Bottom, close to the popular resort of Lyme Regis, Harcombe House offers a variety of accommodation to suit all tastes and requirements. Completely renovated, the house started life as a Victorian gentleman’s residence, and was more recently used as a boarding house for the local public school. Honeysuckle Cottage ref DZJ is a detached property just 100 yards from the entrance to Harcombe House and lies 30 yards from the grounds. Surrounded by 9-acre grounds, comprising gardens brimming with rhododendrons, well-tended lawns and shady woodland, each property is furnished to a good standard and enjoys shared use of an indoor swimming pool, hard tennis court and games room and well-equipped children’s playroom – making this an attractive choice for families. With sandy beaches, a host of seaside attractions, and beautiful countryside peppered with picture-postcard villages, all on the doorstep, Harcombe House truly is an ideal holiday location for exploring the delights of Dorset.
Just 2 miles distant lies Lyme Regis, setting for the TV adaptation of John Fowles’ novel A French Lieutenant’s Woman. Here colourful fishing vessels and pleasure craft line the pretty harbour, and a host of outdoor activities, such as fishing, boating, sailing and windsurfing tuition, and golf can be enjoyed. Superb coastal walks can be taken along the World Heritage Coast, with its stretches of fossil beaches to explore, and magnificent views to admire from Golden Cap – the highest point on England’s south coast at 626-ft high.
Nearby, Hardy Country beckons visitors to discover the rolling green pastures and pretty thatched villages made famous in his novels, while for a great family day out, the Georgian seaside town of Weymouth is within easy reach, offering in addition to its harbour and sandy beaches, a host of all-weather attractions, as well as several RSPB sanctuaries. Also well worth a day trip is the county town of Dorchester (20 miles), alias Hardy’s Casterbridge; offering a bustling market square, and some excellent shops and restaurants, Dorchester is also a great base from which to explore the impressive Maiden Castle rising up from the plains. Exeter is within easy driving distance, its skyline dominated by the distinctive monument of St Peter’s Cathedral. Other important historical buildings in the city include the 14th-century Guildhall, several ancient churches and the restored Quayside with its Custom House dating back to 1681. Another town well worth a visit is Weymouth, with many attractions for all the family. The Sea Life Park gives the opportunity to get close to sharks and rays, the Deep Sea Adventure tells the sobering story of the Titanic disaster and The Timewalk contains an entertaining and educational walk-through exhibition of Weymouth’s maritime and brewing past.
Nearby Sidmouth boasts nearly 500 buildings listed as having special historic or architectural interest, and in August the town hosts what many consider to be the country’s best folk festival at the beginning of August. Folk and roots artists from around the world as well as dance and theatre companies take over various venues in the eight-day event. The fishing village of Beer lies huddled within a small sheltered cove between gleaming white headlands. Much of the village remains unchanged since the time when it was a smugglers’ eyrie. With numerous stately homes and gardens to visit locally, including Abbotsbury Swannery and Tropical Gardens, ancient forts perched upon hilltops affording far-reaching views and a host of seaside towns, including Seaton (with its tramway) stretching along the coastline, there is something for everyone to enjoy in this part of the country. Shops ¾ mile.




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