The front of the property with bi-folding glass doors
Open plan living/dining/kitchen area
Kitchen/Breakfast area
Light and modern interior with views across neighbouring fields
Open plan living/dining/kitchen area
Bedroom with king-size bed
En-suite shower room
1 / 7  The front of the property with bi-folding glass doors
2 / 7  Open plan living/dining/kitchen area
3 / 7  Kitchen/Breakfast area
4 / 7  Light and modern interior with views across neighbouring fields
5 / 7  Open plan living/dining/kitchen area
6 / 7  Bedroom with king-size bed
7 / 7  En-suite shower room


Beaminster (6mls NW), Somerset
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs allowed 1
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Internet access
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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Property code: 42367


These pretty cottages have been lovingly converted from an old dairy barn in 2015. Conveniently located on a 10 acre non-working farm, in an area well-renowned for its beauty, they provide a great base from which to explore this ever popular destination.

The immediate area offers an abundance of pretty towns and villages, such as Axminster and Beaminster. Perfectly placed you will only be a short drive from the World Heritage Jurassic Coast and here the seaside towns of Lyme Regis, West Bay, Beer and Burton Bradstock wait to be explored. Outdoor enthusiasts can also enjoy the Somerset Levels, Quantock and Blackdown Hills, all offering picturesque walks, cycling, fishing, or just strolling out on one of the network of public footpaths closer to home. Other attractions accessible from here include Clarks Village, Longleat Safari Park, Yeovilton Air Museum, and numerous National Trust properties and gardens.

Amenities: ample off-road parking. Bed linen, towels, electric, central heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. 1 dog welcome (please kindly ensure that kept on a lead when on-site due to free-range chickens). Location: beach 15 miles, selection of pubs, shops and restaurants 2 miles.

The accommodation offers ONE bedroom: king-size with en-suite shower and WC. Lounge/kitchen/diner: open-plan with TV/DVD and feature bi-folding floor to ceiling glass doors providing access to the garden. Kitchen area with electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge. Outside: garden area with patio, garden furniture and BBQ.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

This property joined our collection in 2016 and is managed by Eloise.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 19 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Nicola, 21st April 2018

Very comfortable and welcoming with lovely touches like the flowers, wine and breakfast goodies. Very quiet location even though railway line is very close.

Reviewed by Stephen, 23rd December 2017

Could not fault the property. The owners were friendly and welcoming. The facilities inside were very good and the immediate location around the property was good. Our only comment was that for us the location was a bit more remote than we anticipated.

Reviewed by John, 21st October 2017

A home from home experience. A lovely cosy welcome with a breakfast tray, bread, milk flowers, wine, and even a jar of biscuits for our dog ..Ncie touches . Thank you

Reviewed by Paul, 9th October 2017

Extremely clean and well equipped in a very peaceful farm setting. Highly recommended for some peace and quiet with amenities not too far away.

Reviewed by Colin, 16th September 2017

Very well equipped. Modern inside with foldback patio doors. Welcome pack. One of the best holiday cottages we have been to. Dog friendly.

Reviewed by Janet, 2nd September 2017

The cottage was clean and the shower was wonderful, however the bed was very hard and we did not have one good nights sleep. There was a lovely bunch of yellow roses and a tray with goodies on to welcome us but we ended up coming home early because of the bed.

Reviewed by Catherine, 26th August 2017

The cottage was spotless , It had everything we needed to make our stay enjoyable , The Welcome pack was an added bonus bread, milk, butter, tea, coffee, sugar, home made Marmalade and free range eggs and wine in the fridge brilliant! We were welcomed by the owner who said if there was anything we needed during our stay to come round to the owners Read moreproperty and they would do their utmost to provide it . Hide

Reviewed by Graeme, 29th July 2017

Friendly people and an immaculate cottage

Reviewed by Ken, 22nd July 2017

Pitchback is the middle cottage of a terrace of three beautifully renovated farm buildings. The interior is bright ,modern and spotlessly clean. It is probably one of the best equipped properties we have ever stayed in. The farm is at the end of a narrow lane surrounded by fields and the aspect from the full length patio doors is of an open green fRead moreield. Being old buildings with thick walls noise from your neighbours is non existent. You may however be scrutinised by the odd inquisitive chicken Hide

Reviewed by Paul, 12th June 2017

The cottage is spacious, well set out and very clean. We were met by Glen, one of the owners, prior to going into the property. He very friendly stating that if we have any problems that we should call them straight away. One of the special touches in the property was a breakfast hamper and bottle of wine, all of which added to the feeling of restfRead moreulness here. There is nothing to mark the cottage down for. As we going home we were talking about coming back, it's that good, highly recommended Hide

Reviewed by Geoffrey, 3rd June 2017

A clean, comfortable cottage with a view across the hayfield from the big bi-fold doors. A lovely welcome pack was much appreciated. Tea, coffee, sugar, milk, home made marmalade, butter, bread, eggs, & a bottle of Cava. Delicious! Within a short drive of several lovely places but very peaceful if you just want to relax & chill out.

Reviewed by Roger, 20th May 2017

For our first visit to the Jurassic Coast this has been the perfect location in an idyllic cottage. The welcome basket was a lovely addition and much appreciated. We were fortunate enough to have had beautiful weather throughout our stay (with temperatures in the high 20s). Highly recommend The Admiral Hood at Mosterton for lovely food. Overall a lRead moreovely holiday & cottage, would recommend to friends. On a good day a visit to Ham Hill, Stoke Sub, Hamdon TA14 6RW. is a must. Hide

Reviewed by Carol, 13th May 2017

Peaceful location, but only about 10 mins from Crewkerne, lovely little town. Very well equipped, and spotlessly clean.

Reviewed by Jenny, 11th April 2017

Very small but adequate for two. Comfortable and well equipped.

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The front of the property with bi-folding glass doors
Open plan living/dining/kitchen area
Kitchen/Breakfast area
Light and modern interior with views across neighbouring fields
Open plan living/dining/kitchen area
Bedroom with king-size bed
En-suite shower room


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