This lovely Georgian cottage, built in 1860, is located in a popular village within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, close to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. A huge sitting room, an open-plan kitchen, as well as a family dining area, make up this impressive accommodation. Also boasts a snug, conservatory with seating overlooking the garden and a practical utility/cloakroom and boot room. Families will enjoy the playroom and a separate games room with table football and air hockey, as well as an outdoor kitchen complete with a BBQ and pizza oven in the garden. There are also lawns to enjoy, as well as a treehouse, sunken trampoline, swings, and a natural wood chipped play area for younger guests.
What is the capacity for Brook House?
Brook House can sleep up to 8 guests over 4 bedrooms. The bedrooms include a king-size double with an en-suite bathroom with a shower, a second king-size double, a twin bedroom, and a children's bedroom with twin bunk beds.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Winfrith Newburgh area?
The iconic, gorgeous Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove are just five miles away, making it ideal for families or friends who want to experience the stunning surroundings and the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coastline. Kimmeridge Bay is located within a marine Special Area of Conservation and is known for having the best rock pooling and the safest snorkelling in Dorset. Lawrence of Arabia's cottage Clouds Hill, Bovington Tank Museum, and Monkey World, as well as Corfe Castle, Swanage Bay, the Swanage Steam Railway, and the RSPB Arne Nature Reserve, are just a few of the local attractions.