The Parlour is an excellent choice for a family, with French windows opening out onto an enclosed gravelled patio, comfortable accommodation for five guests – one of the three single beds is a day bed – and the most amazing views of Golden Cap from the master bedroom on the first floor, as well as from the sitting-room and patio. Linking to The Linhay (2661) would create lovely accommodation for seven guests.
This working farm on the edge of the historic village of Chideock stretches gently downhill to the Jurassic Coast where one of Dorset's most famous landmarks – Golden Cap – rises above the sea. This is a great section of the South West Coast Path – a challenge to get to the top but rewarded with the stunning views.
Three original farm buildings have been converted into these lovely holiday cottages - The Linhay (2661), The Parlour (2662) and The Dairy (2663) – with great flexibility if you wish to book two, or all three, together. With the footpath leading from the original farmstead alongside fields directly to the coastal path and the pebbled beach, this is a perfect base for a family or walking holiday. There is a lovely family-friendly seaside pub at the end of the track, with its sunny beer gardens overlooking the beach – a great treat at the end of the walk!
These three barn conversions are clustered together next to the existing farm buildings and children will delight in watching the tractors going past and working in the fields in the valley, especially at harvest time.
Kitchen with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Sitting-room with Smart TV, iPod dock and Dining-area
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3') and single bed (recommended for children only)
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub .25 miles
- Patio furniture
- 7 panel heaters
The Parlour is the largest of a group of three cottages at the coastal Dorset Farm, the front door is around the right side of the cottage.
The incredible view of Dorset's famous landmark, Golden cap is right in front of you.
The kitchen is very well-equipped with a large pantry in the corner.
There is a sunny enclosed patio with that fabulous view.
The double bedroom (Bedroom 1) has a king-size bed.
Everything that you need to create a holiday feast.
The comfortable living/dining-area has French doors that really celebrate the view.
This photograph shows the interior link for The Parlour and The Linhay (2661) if guests wish to book the two cottages together.
The Parlour is next to The Linhay (2661). Both are designed to be very private but can be linked together to create a larger cottage.
The stunning Jurassic Coast.
Another view of the bedroom with its stunning view.
This is the very special view from the double room. (Bedroom 1)
The family shower-room is on the first floor, but there is also a useful cloakroom downstairs.
The second bedroom (Bedroom 2) has plenty of space for three beds.
The third bed in bedroom 2 is a 'day bed', but just as comfortable as the twin beds.
Another view of Bedroom 2.
Another view of the enclosed patio-area.
Hix Oyster and Fish House in Lyme Regis serves fabulous food with magnificent views. Hix offers a 10% discount to Classic Cottages guests for groups of 6 or less. Please show booking information.
There are cheerful touches to make this a real home-from-home.
This friendly sign says it all!
Golden Cap, one of Dorset's most famous landmarks, is an easy walk from the cottage through farmland.
This is another local landmark - just on the outskirts of Bridport. Walk to the top and have a 360 degree view.
The Parlour is in the nearest cluster of buildings to the left of the photograph, Golden Cap is beyond and Chideock village is to the right.
There are a string of historic fishing villages to explore along this wonderful coastline.
The beautiful Dorset countryside is waiting to be explored.
Visit famous Lyme Regis and take a boat trip out into Lyme Bay.
Charmouth beach is a great place for children to search for fossils.