One of a group of Grade II-listed holiday homes tastefully restored in the peaceful hamlet of Coombe Keynes, Dorset, Odd Nod Cottage is a picturesque thatched coastal cottage amidst an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with three first-floor bedrooms and large lawned garden.
A picturesque thatched cottage just off Dorset’s magnificent Jurassic Coast, Odd Nod Cottage in the peaceful hamlet of Coombe Keynes offers comfortable accommodation for families on holiday in the South West.
This child-friendly cottage is one of a group of Grade II-listed tastefully restored holiday homes in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with fantastic walking opportunities at your doorstep affording glimpses of hares, pheasants, and deer whilst the sound of owls hooting echoes around you.
Odd Nod Cottage boasts three first-floor bedrooms, including a double, twin, and single, as well as a family bathroom.
The well-equipped kitchen of this coastal cottage includes a breakfast area with a window looking onto the garden. The separate dining area seats six for larger meals, whilst the sitting room includes cosy sofa, wood-burning stove, and TV with DVD player.
A large patio area comes with garden furniture and gently sloping lawned area with summer house, a perfect place to relax whilst the kids play.
Coombe Keynes is a depopulated village, with the depopulated area now a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The parish church of the Holy Rood features a chancel arch and west tower dating to the 13th century. A short drive takes you to the sheltered pebble beach at Lulworth Cove or enjoys a day trip to Weymouth and the Isle of Portland.