Tolpuddle is the middle cottage in the photo, the parking is behind the cottages, turn right before the white thatched cottage.
The sitting-area has books, games and a wood-burner effect electric stove for cosy winter evenings.
The open plan kitchen is very well-equipped and has plenty of space to create some delicious holiday treats.
This lovely open plan cottage allows for a very sociable holiday.
The dining-area has French doors that lead out to the raised terrace.
This pretty area leads from the French doors up to the raised terrace.
This great little play area is a two minute walk from the cottage, it has an enclosed gated-area for small children.
The raised deck behind the cottage has steep steps, please supervise children. Steps then continue up to the parking-area.
Nearby Athelhampton House and Gardens are well worth a visit, they have a restaurant there too.
Bedroom 1 has a comfy five-foot bed and en suite shower-room; it is at the back of the cottage.
Another view of Bedroom 1 which shows the en suite shower-room.
Another view of Bedroom 1 which looks out at the terrrace at the back of the cottage.
Bedroom 2 has a six-foot 'zip and link' bed, seen here as two three-foot singles, but can be made up as a super-king size.
Bedroom 2 is at the front of the cottage and has a six foot 'zip and link' bed, which can be made up as two three-foot single beds if you prefer.
The family bathroom has a shower over the bath
The modern family bathroom is at the front of the cottage.
Another view of the terrace, which catches the sun.
Bedroom 3 looks out over the garden and has a truckle bed, which has a second mattress beneath, suitable for sleeping two children.
A very well-equipped kitchen with electric hob and oven.
The Martyrs Inn is a five minute stroll from Tolpuddle Cottage and guests will receive a 10% discount.
This spectacular view is of Chesil Beach, with Portland in the background taken from the Jurassic Coast road between Weymouth and Bridport; fabulous views in both directions.
The Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum in the village tells a very interesting story and is free to visit.
The Saxon walled town of Wareham is gateway to the Jurassic Coast. Kayak hire is available and Wareham Quay has a market and live bands in  the summer months.
The little village green and memorial shelter gives details of the village's historic past.
From the other direction, this shows the access to the parking behind the cottage.
Nearby Monkey World is a great day out for all the family.
Corfe Castle stands imposingly above the village of Corfe. The Swanage steam railway runs along the side of the village and stops at the little station there.
Just a 15 minute drive will take you to Bovington Tank Museum.
Taken from the Corfe to Studland Road, from this viewpoint you can see Poole's natural harbour in one direction, and in the other Bournemouth bay across to the Isle of Wight.
The World Heritage Jurassic Coast starts at Old Harry Rocks, near Studland.
Lyme Regis is a fabulous town to visit, always so much to see and do.
This cottage extends a warm welcome
This is the parking space, up behind the three cottages.
The landing leads to the family bathroom.
Tolpuddle Cottage is recently built but in a very traditional style.
The Isle of Portland from the clifftop car park at Ringstead, a short drive from the cottage.
Nearby Bockhampton woods - a great place to visit, Hardy's Cottage and visitor centre are here too.
Nearby Brownsea Island Nature Reserve is a short boat trip from Poole Harbour and makes for a great day out, the red squirrels and peacocks are delightful for children to watch.
Tolpuddle Cottage is surrounded by countryside with some fabulous views.
The magnificent Jurassic Coast, looking east from Durdle Door.
The Jurassic Coast as viewed from Greenhill Gardens at Weymouth.
The New Forest National Park is less than a one hour drive from Tolpuddle.

Tolpuddle Cottage


Tolpuddle / Sleeps 6 + cot*

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7 Nights from  £592

September 2018

Lovely quiet cottage in a lovely village. Great pub within walking distance. Lovely comfy bed and beautifully furnished. Lovely soft towels also. Highly recommend. Thought it was a bit expensive though.

August 2018

Thank you for a lovely family stay at Tolpuddle Cottage, a good location to explore Dorset.

April 2018

A lovely cottage in a wonderful location, we felt blessed to have stayed here in Tolpupuddle cottage , we were able to visit so many places , words cannot express our thanks to the owners Mr and Mrs Hall for sharing there beautiful home , so we could experience this beautiful heavenly place , Dorset wow what a great place to encounter !!! Looking forward to our future stays , our thanks until next time God willing , Mr and Mrs Jackson from Derbyshire . Ps our little dog sends lots of doggie kisses too

April 2018

The cottage was lovely, very well equipped and modern, a home away from home, a lovely base to explore Dorset. We definitely recommend Tolpuddle cottage for a lovely break away.

September 2017

This cottage had far more in the way of equipment than any other in which we've stayed. Very well equipped and spotlessly clean

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