Peppard is a delightful Grade II listed thatched cottage in the village of Sydling St Nicholas in Dorset. Within reach of the Jurassic Coast, the rural cottage promises luxury and a pretty garden as well as exposed beams, wood burner, limestone floors and multiple spaces for relaxing and unwinding.
Nestled in the delightful village of Sydling St Nicholas is Peppard, a Grade II listed thatched cottage with undeniable charm and contemporary style. The rural cottage boasts limestone floors, an open fire, exposed beams and a sunlit garden, and lies within easy reach of the Dorset countryside and the Jurassic Coast.
A manicured rear garden catches the sun and features mature plants and shade. The garden also hosts a furnished patio which invites al fresco meals and a glass of wine.
Window seats and exposed beams feature throughout the stone-built cottage and the kitchen offers limestone floors and granite worktops, as well as a light-filled dining area and access to the garden. The two sitting rooms also feature beams, and the larger room warms to a wood burner in inglenook fireplace.
Effortless sophistication distinguishes the bedrooms, which include a twin room, a double room and a master room with wooden floors, double bed and en-suite shower. The spacious family bathroom contains a bath, separate shower and his and hers basins.
Visitors to Peppard are treated to charm and luxury and are provided with WiFi, amenities for young children, parking, central heating and laundry facilities, as well as two TVs and DVD player.
Peppard sits opposite the village common and close to the delights of Sydling St Nicholas. The cottage is also within easy reach of golf courses, historic houses, Wessex Ridgeway Path, Ringstead Beach, Dorchester and the Jurassic Coast.