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Rose Cottage, Chideock, Dorset

Rose Cottage
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Rose cottage is a recently renovated character cottage that was one of the original cottages of the Village of Chideock, which has been, designated a conservation area of outstanding natural beauty. We offer a top Quality Bed and Breakfast facility that has been awarded a 4 diamond rating with the AA and our location is within a short distance of West Bay, Lyme Regis and Charmouth. Alternatively you can take a 12-minute meander down the lane at the rear of the property to the local beach at Seatown where you then have access to the Dorset coastal path and golden cap the highest point on the south coast.

We have two Double Rooms available, one with double bed and one with twin beds. Both rooms are newly renovated, including full central heating and double glazing. Please select the links above to view our rooms and en-suites. Our quality control standards are high. We believe our service and hospitality are among the very best and your satisfaction is of paramount importance to us.

Golf/ Fishing/walking all available on request.


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Yellow Stars
Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Room:

Double: 60 - Based on 2 people sharing
Twin: 55 - Based on 2 people sharing
Single: 40 - Single occupancy
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Children Welcome - Over 7 Years
Special Diets Catered For -By arrangement
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year - Closed Christmas Day & New Years Day
Tourist Board Inspected
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