Pippin Cottage

Chedington, Dorset
Holiday Cottage

This beautiful three bedroom holiday cottage lies within an idyllic part of Chedington in the heart of the Dorset countryside, resting on a working farm, and surrounded by natural beauty.

Couples, families or friends have everything they need to feel right at home, with this retreat being a perfect countryside escape.

On the ground floor you will find a lovely spacious kitchen, boasting wooden units and a charming dining table. Gather your loved ones for a home-cooked meal, and plan your adventures for the week ahead.

Afterwards, you can all rest in the cosy sitting room in front of the woodburner, for a social night in. Tastefully finished, this room has a selection of armchairs for you to relax in comfort all day long and read a book of your choice.

Two twin bedrooms are pretty and inviting, making a great choice for guests wanting to enjoy some quiet time, and a classic shower room lies in close proximity.

Outside you can make use of the tennis court for some family fun, and admire the 1000 acre private farm estate.

This quaint rural community is peacefully set amongst glorious countryside abounding in lovely walks. There’s easy access to the Jurassic Coast, and both Lyme Regis and West Bay offer a memorable day out.

Alternatively, visit Yeovilton’s Fleet Air Arm Museum, Forde Abbey, or Sherborne, all of which are a short drive away.

A tranquil, rural base from which to explore the delights of this lovely area.

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An truly charming cottage, decorated to a high standard. A real home from home in beautiful surroundings.


Character cottage


Home from home


High standard


Well appointed


Easy access to coast


Woodburing stove


shop/pub closeby



The friendly parishes of Chedington and neighbouring South Perrott can be found in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where west Dorset borders south Somerset.

The charming Dorset town of Beaminster is five miles away and is renowned for its attractive hamstone cottages, whilst Somerset’s Crewkerne is three miles away, boasting a thriving shopping centre and mainline station.

Whilst exploring Dorset, it’s well-worth visiting Thomas Hardy’s house and discovering all that Thomas Hardy country has to offer. There’s easy access to the stunning Jurassic Coast, and both Lyme Regis and West Bay offer a great day out.

Pippin Cottage

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