Dragon's Den - Stone Cottage in Dorchester, Dorset

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  • Cottage
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 4

Type: Cottage

Dragon's Den - Stone Cottage in Dorchester, Dorset

A terraced, Grade ll Listed stone built cottage In Icen Way near the High Street in Dorchester - Durnovaria in Roman Times and the Casterbridge of Thomas Hardy's novels. A small house with: on the ground floor, a living room with a wood-burning stove (as well as the central heating!), a sliding door leading to a fully fitted kitchen with granite and wooden work surfaces and integrated fridge, washing machine and dishwasher, leading into a dining room with a tiny courtyard accessed through french windows. There are beams, ledged, braced and latched doors and a small lobby between the front door and the living room. An original narrow and winding ...Read more

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Moira E.

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Dragon's Den - Stone Cottage in Dorchester, Dorset
Dorchester, West Country, England

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Dorchester is a small town bounded by the River Frome to the north (two minutes from the house you can walk in fields!) and the ring road to the south, which means that a lot of it is accessible on foot. It is the County Town of Dorset, and is only a short drive to the coast, and has a large Tesco (on the outskirts of town so probably a short drive from the house), a Waitrose (walking distance), two railway stations within easy walking distance, a number of specialist shops such as the Fridge which sells a comprehensive selection of cheeses and local delicacies such as Dorset Apple Cake, a weekly out-door market, and the newly opened Brewery Square development has a very good and surprisingly affordable Carluccio Restaurant, among other businesses. In the town there are several museums and exhibitions and two cinemas, the original one in Trinity Street and the new one in Brewery Square. There are a number of good restaurants (including La Caverna diagonally opposite the house), lots of takeaways and a great number of pubs (my favourite is the Blue Raddle in Church Street) .



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