The cottages are within easy driving distances of the beaches at Weymouth, the Chesil Beaches stretching from Portland Bill to West Bay and further afield, Lyme Regis in a westerly direction and Lulworth Cove in the East.
For those who enjoy walking, the Macmillan Way passes down the eastern boundary of the property en-route to Abbotsbury with it’s renowned Swannery and Gardens. This Bridle Way gives access to a network of paths, providing long and short walks for ramblers of all standards. There is easy access to the cycleway for Dorchester and Maiden Newton at the valley bottom.
The cottages are in a good position to visit gardens and National Trust properties at Athelhampton, Montacute House, Parnham House, Mapperton, Kingston Maurwood, Abbotsbury Subtropical gardens and Kingston Lacey House.
The village of Maiden Newton is 2 miles away and can provide for the most immediate needs, having a bakers, greengrocer, general store, newsagent, fish and chip shop, post office, petrol station, a pub, a restaurant and coffee shop. A wider range of shopping facilities can be found in Dorchester.