Everything for a comfortable stay...
A touch of luxury
The annex consists of a large open plan lounge with a well equipped kitchen, and double doors out to a sunny private patio. In the kitchen you have a double oven, induction hob and dishwasher.
The oak floor is warmed by under floor heating which extends into the luxurious bathroom with bath and shower. Upstairs there are two lovely bedrooms, one with twin beds and the other, overlooking a lake, with a king size bed. Both are made up with crisp fresh cotton bed linen, and fluffy towels are provided. The washing machine, dryer and freezer are nearby in a utility room, shared with the owner.
Welcome Pack with local produce
Wood-burning stove and fuel
Bed linen and towels included
TV with Freeview
DVD (small library)
Microwave, hob and oven
Washing machine and tumble dryer (shared)
Private patio and furniture
Secure cycle store
Two mountain bikes on request
Travel cot and highchair available
Not suitable for wheelchair users
Friday to Friday, short breaks on request
Our commitment to green living makes this not only a special place to stay but also a sustainable one. We have Electric Vehicle charging (Type 2) and our hot water and electricity comes from the sun, which shines a lot here in Dorset!
Waytown is situated just 2 miles from bustling Bridport which is full of brilliant places to eat and fantastic arts events from the three local theatres. The market provides endless opportunities for pottering on a Saturday or Wednesday and if that is not enough to satisfy your browsing urge then lose yourself for an hour or two in the antiques market.
Another mile takes you to the spectacular cliffs and beach at West Bay, part of the World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast. This beautiful area has been made famous by ITV's 'Broadchurch' drama.
Farm shops and country pubs
Close by, inland, there is the picturesque village of Beaminster, home to fine pubs and restaurants. Farm shops can provide all your food needs or you can arrange a delivery from a supermarket. There are endless opportunities for walks to country pubs including Waytown’s own ‘Hare and Hounds’, a short stroll down the lane.