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Self-Catering in Buckland Newton

Domineys Cottages, Buckland Newton, Dorset

Domineys Cottages
Domineys Yard
Buckland Newton
Dorset

DT2 7BS | View map
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Each cottage is decorated, furnished & equipped to a very high standard. Immaculately maintained, with central heating, double glazing and fitted carpets. There is a wood burner, television and DVD in each living room. Each has a bath with shower. Microwave, electric cooker, washing machine with tumble drier, fridge & small freezer. Comfort is combined with modern facilities. Each cottage has a sheltered patio, overlooking the garden.

Each cottage sleeps 3 to 4 guests. We welcome children over 5 years and babies. A cot is available

These attractive, peaceful cottages are surrounded by beautiful gardens, adjacent to the owners 17th. Century thatched cottage. The owners garden is illustrated on their web site and is occasionally open for the National Gardens Scheme Charities. Domineys Cottages are on the edge of a rural village in the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, off a no-through road, leading to farms and a network of footpaths. The heated swimming pool, available every summer afternoon, is in the owners sheltered garden.

Ideally placed for exploring the region, including attractions for children, with accommodation in rural calm. There are National Trust properties and other Historic houses and gardens, wildlife parks and good museums. Dorset is renowned for its beaches, World Heritage Jurassic coastline and outstanding walks. Within easy reach are several attractive historic towns with much to offer and villages with a selection of restaurants and pubs. There is horse riding, tennis, golf and fishing in the vicinity. The Gaggle of Geese, the village pub with good food, is 4 minutes walk down the lane.The Post Office is at the pub 3 mornings a week. There is an excellent well stocked village shop. The church has regular Sunday services and is a Grade One listed building.

Domineys is a delightful place to escape to and to enjoy a holiday. Weekends and short breaks are available out of season. Booking Friday to Friday in season.

Short Breaks for 2014: Short breaks (minimum 3 nights, 4 at Easter and Christmas) available, except between 13 June and 12 September, but possible if booked the week before the visit in high season, subject to availability.

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Nearest Train Station: Dorchester and Sherborne
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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All year
Number of Units: 3
Unit Type: Cottages (sleep 3/4 each)
Price Guide: 260 - 500
Nearest Major Town: Dorchester or Sherborne
Distance: 11 miles

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Swimming Pool - heated (Summer use)
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Electric Cooking
Central Heating
Linen Provided
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