Fancy a drink? You'll be pleased to hear there is a pub near this cottage
There is space to park your car at Strawberie Cottage
The power charge is included in the price
This cottage is situated in a rural location
Warm your toes in front of the woodburning stove
If you've got a baby, a cot can be provided at this cottage
Need a highchair? One can be provided at Strawberie Cottage
No need to bring towels and linen
Pet friendly holiday at Strawberie Cottage.
There is a washing machine to use
If you like fresh air, you'll love the walks around Strawberie Cottage
Don't be chained to the sink - use the dishwasher!
Keep yourself entertained in the evening with the DVD player
Have a cup of tea in the garden at Strawberie Cottage
There is the benefit of a four poster bed at Strawberie Cottage
You'll find a shop close to Strawberie Cottage
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Strawberie Cottage, Dorset
The holiday cottage "Strawberie Cottage" can be found in Beaminster - Dorset. Sleeping 2 people in 1 bedroom.
Strawberie Cottage could make a good holiday cottage for a couple. If you prefer to dine out during your stay at Strawberie Cottage, the nearest pub is 350 yards, the restaurant is 1½ miles and the shop is 1½ miles from Strawberie Cottage.
This cottage has a 4 star rating, which means that Strawberie Cottage has an excellent standard throughout.
Strawberie Cottage in Beaminster - sleeps 2 people
Reviews of Strawberie Cottage
These are the reviews for Strawberie Cottage. There are 58 reviews.
Fantastic place for the dog's Paul from Henley On Thames (27 October 2018)
I have stayed at both of these cottages over the last three years and I have to say that strawberie cottage is my fav. Would say that maybe the mattress could do with being changed as it is very hard and I can feel the springs in it. and also maybe more attention to the cobwebs that are hanging around. :-). one thing that really does annoy me though are you people who keep insisting on having a fence put up between the gardens. it is a shared garden if you do not want that dont book these cottages. if you cant confront people who do not pick up their doggies dos dos dont book this cottage. Seriously people stop whinging about it. They perfect as they are. Cherry from Bulford (29 September 2018)
Really enjoyed our stay.very rural.very little phone signal which suited us just fine!!!! Mike from Portslade (22 September 2018)
A lovely cottage and location. The only downside is it could do with a half and half fridge freezer. Due to the location. William from Stourbridge (15 September 2018)
Overall satisfactory except for 5 am fire alarm (found to be faulty) and inability to seek help due to no mobile signal. Christopher (08 September 2018)
Equipment:- welcome flowers, box of biscuits and milk were a nice touch. The lack of internet and extremely poor phone signal meant it was very difficult to plan days out and take advantage of prior booking offers. Leaflets very much out of date. Good set of maps for walking. Knives were blunt. It took a while to locate instructions for appliances - they need collating into an accessible place. Hair dryer damaged by previous tenant so unusable. The tv is a little small for the size of the room. Conservatory furniture very tired with broken panels. Didn't have need to use the wood burner so can not comment. Cleanliness:- despite a weekly cleaner there were a lot of cobwebs especially stairs and first floor and the conservatory furniture had obviously not been moved to clean. Location:- a very peaceful cottage. Great wildlife. This is a very rural location with access down very narrow country lanes and this needs pointing out in the information as any vehicle wider than our ford mondeo would struggle. The local pub, although within walking distance, is very small (like a house front room) and difficult to dine at as it is always full and you have to book in advance which is often difficult when planning days out. Once out of the narrow lanes quite central for amenities and good road links. Avoid the morrisons roundabout on a sunday afternoon! good reasonable food at various places in west bay. Peter from Blackpool (04 August 2018)
Superb cottage in stunning location Chris from Bournemouth (28 July 2018)
A lovely cottage if you like peace and quiet only the birds singing,good for dogs in confined garden but would highly recommend a fence between the two cottages whilst our neighbours and their dogs were great I could see a situation where that was not the case.but otherwise a lovely cottage to stay would highly recommend also owners were helpfull Robert from Burry Port (02 June 2018)
A wonderfully peaceful location where the birds sing all day long. Nearest neighbours; geese, sheep and ponies. . our little wire haired fox terrier had the time of her life. . I would upload photos if I knew how Fiona from Southampton (26 May 2018)
A brilliant little cottage, was able to take our two dogs which was an added bonus. Beautiful walks around the area and well placed for tourist attractions. Jo from Bicester (11 May 2018)
Lovely cottage in a lovely place Confirmed Guest (07 May 2018)
Fantastic spot for a relaxing holiday and within easy reach of the main locations. pub is great. will definitely be returning. Chris from Bradford (05 May 2018)
Perfect for dogs as well as their owners.the conservatory with it's view and the under floor heating together with meals at the new inn were the stars. Mr kirby was most helpful and had a tractor available to help us out through the frozen rain/snow.a good place to stay whatever the weather. Brian from Worthing (03 March 2018)
Our second visit to strawberie cottage and we hope to return! it is a warm and cosy cottage, and the conservatory is perfect for sunny breakfasts, lazy mornings spent reading, and candlelit dinners. Stoke abbott is a lovely peaceful location which is ideal for exploring west dorset. Andrew from Cornwall (24 February 2018)
Second time we have been to strawberie cottage and it is still as lovely as ever . with it's wood burning stove , four poster bed , under floor heated conservatory and panoramic views of the countryside , who could ask for more on a quiet stay away . John from Clanfield (21 January 2018)
We loved the cottage and will certainly hopefully be back. our one and only criticism which other people have mentioned is the gardens not being separated. not a problem when in the winter but I imagine in the summer when you want the doors open you could have the other cottage's dogs wandering in and vice-versa. I think it would be very simple to section off the gardens. Melanie from Goring, West Sussex (28 December 2017)
We love this cottage. Warm and cosy, good kitchen, lovely location in the middle of the countryside. Perfect dog walks and the cliffs and beach nearby. Annika from Brighton (16 December 2017)
We had a lovely short break. the cottage is in a very pleasant quiet location with lovely walks on the door step, ideal for those having a dog. very cosy and comfortable with everything we needed for a super stay. Bryan from Falmouth (24 November 2017)
Fell in love with this cottage. We loved the location our two dogs loved it too. Would highly recommend it. Sue from Biggleswade (08 June 2015)
A lovely cottage in a secluded location. The rooms were surprisingly spacious and well set out. The ideal retreat for someone wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life, yet within an easy drive of the coast. The sheep and geese in the field next door, together with the wide variety of bird life provided a constantly changing view. The village pub serves excellent food and is only a 10 minute walk away, or there is a wider selection of places to eat and shop within a few miles. The conservatory was spacious and made an ideal dining location, as well as being a great place to watch the wildlife from. The small garden included a table and chairs for dining alfresco. Angela from Gosport (05 June 2015)
The only thing that would have made our stay better would be if the garden was fenced off as we brought our dog and the guests in the neighbouring cottage kept leaving the gate open. Allison from St Austell (29 May 2015)
This was our second stay at strawberie cottage. the location is perfect and the cottage outstanding. we sat and watched woodpeckers, pheasant, partridge as well as a huge array of small birds. the squirrel got a bit of a shock, as did the dog having never seen one before! the local pub, the new inn, does great food and was always busy which is great for the village. i'd recommend a walk up to gerards hill for amazing views. will definitely book again next year. Karen from Guernsey (23 May 2015)
My second stay at strawberie cottage. Lovely place for peace and solitude. The owners were available easily if any problems but not intrusive. Great views of the countryside and wildlife. Tricia from Basingstoke (28 March 2015)
Had a lovely rest . the only problem I have two lurches and had to whatch in case the jumped the fence at the cottage. John from Bexleyheath (10 January 2015)
Location of cottage perfect for walking. Very dog friendly, bed very hard, sofa uncomfortable, and could do with a bigger television, cleanliness ok, a good cottage to unwind in well away from hustle and bustle of everyday life. Jane from Alresford (25 October 2014)
The only reason the score wasn't 10/10 was that the stairs are bare wood and our old dog kept slipping on them and actually injured himself. Sounds petty, but not if you're taking an old dog. Other than that - brilliant! we shall return. Paul from Bolton (20 September 2014)
Lovely little cottage tucked away in a beautiful setting. great for a quiet 'get away from it all'. Jean from Wokingham (18 August 2014)
A wonderful location and cottage! the perfect getaway! Andrew (09 August 2014)
Really liked the cottage / location - conservatory was great - only downside was the bed mattress was so thin we could never have a lie in! the furniture downstairs was very dated and gloomy. The owner was friendly and helpful. Customer 29 (31 May 2014)
This was our first holiday with our dog so we wanted somewhere off road. couldn't believe how perfect strawberie cottage was and the surrounding countryside was perfect. the cottage was beautiful inside and out and we adored watching the lambs bouncing around the field from the comfort of the conservatory. very friendly village with a lovely local pub within walking distance. am happy to say that we are already planning our next visit. Karen from Guernsey (10 May 2014)
Beautiful little cottage. I loved having the lambs and geese in my back garden! great facilities and so peaceful. Tricia from Basingstoke (03 May 2014)
We have been to this cotage 6 times and have booked a 7th. We love it. High standard of cottage. Always clean. Fantastic quiet and beautiful area. Owners great. Mrs B from Canterbury (20 June 2011)
Excellent cottage if it's peace and quiet that you want, lots of beautiful walks just out of the gate. We also found most places where very dog friendly so our dog was very happy too! Mr B from Warrington (06 June 2011)
Excellent holiday! We'll be returning! Mrs F from Coventry (09 May 2011)
Fantastic cottage in a beautiful setting, surrounded by wildlife! Mrs L from Leeds (03 October 2010)
This is a comfortable cottage with beautiful views. Breakfast in the conservatory with views of sheep, geese, wild birds -who could ask for more! Mr R from Telford (26 September 2010)
Everything about this holiday was superb from the accommodation to the location, we couldnt fault anything and will definitely go again and have already recommended it to family and friends. Mrs S from Birmingham (11 August 2010)
The countryside, cottage and people are super. Dorset is so dog friendly. If you want a relaxing holiday, good local restaraunts/pubs that allow dogs, great scenery, beaches and walks - Dorset is for you. We have been to this cottage 5 years running and have already booked next year. It is a very special place. Mrs B from Canterbury (15 June 2010)
Great for walking. Mr B from Horley (08 June 2010)
This cottage is wonderfully situated with a massive amount of land which you have free access to, superb for walkers or dog owners. It is so lovely to feel free to walk for miles without any Keep Out or do not enter signs. This cottage and its surrounding area gives a real sense of freedom, leading to a completely relaxing holiday. Mrs G from Hythe (30 November 2009)
A lovely, warm, comfortable and cosy cottage, and with 60 acres of land which you get free access to, this cottage gives a real sense of freedom and complete relaxation. It is a real pleasure to amble around this beautiful village without coming across any do not enter signs, and The New Inn in the village is people and dog friendly and does lovely food. Mrs G from Hythe (30 November 2009)
This was our third stay at Strawberie Cottage and that must speak for itself. The cottage is perfectly situated for walking in the area. It's very well equipped and a superb base to relax in. Also there are very good pubs in the area. We have already booked for our next stay and can't wait. Mr W from Southampton (25 November 2009)
We would recommend this cottage for the location, facilities, the secludedness, the quietness of the area. The people in the village were very friendly, also owners were very good. Our German Sheppard loved the walk through the woods attached to the farm. Location to local amenities to the beaches and attractions is good. Mrs C from Aylesbury (28 September 2009)
The cottage is excellent for two people. The owner is friendly and helpful and the cottage and it's location are perfect. Mr M from Reading (13 September 2009)
Mr Kirby, the cottage, the setting, the farm, the local area cannot be faulted. This was our fouth visit we have our fifth booked. You could not wish for more from our holiday. Mrs B from Canterbury (10 August 2009)
If you want peace and tranquility along with your dogs, this is the place to spend a week or two. Its just heaven - I can't fault it! Mrs G from Chippenham (23 June 2009)
The cottage and location was perfect for a complete relaxation holiday, completely dog proof and very well thought out by the owners. Mr D from Dartford (06 June 2009)
I don't want to recommend it as it is so good I want it to be be available when I want to go! Mrs P from Spalding (05 June 2009)
Fantastic location, peaceful and quiet but with lots to do nearby. Ideal for taking dogs. Mrs P from Swindon (27 September 2008)
It was a very relaxing and peaceful holiday. Excellent for putting your feet up and I read 4 novels and excellent for hill walking. I have no reservations in recommending Strawberry or Blackberry cottage at Stoke Abbott. Mrs M from Weston-Super-Mare (13 September 2008)
Beautiful setting. Lovely cottage, very dog friendly. Miss D from Norfolk. (11 July 2008)
if you want to escape from the maddening crowds this really is the place for you set in idyllic surroundings, with a pub less than 5 mins walking distance were food is a good standard. its also an ideal place for nature lovers/ramblers. Miss G from Rochdale (28 June 2008)
The cottage was superb very well looked after, very clean and well furnished. The grounds are beautiful and very peaceful and the pub (that is within walking distance) is also worth a visit. Miss M from Grays (30 May 2008)
This is a lovely peaceful place with a great view from the windows of the conservatory. The owners have taken the trouble to put bird tables and nest boxes around the farm, you could just sit and watch and even if the weather were to be bad it would not bother you. Mrs D from Coalville (02 May 2008)
Everyday felt like a peaceful Sunday. Mrs T from Woking (25 April 2008)
reluctant to recommend as we want it to stay available for us to book! We have booked again. Mr P from Spalding (12 April 2008)
A nice cottage, especially the conservatory, lovely location and a friendly and helpful owner. Mr T from Bedford (12 May 2007)
Our second holiday with Hoseasons. Last year in Ireland, This year in the UK with our new son. So it was an extra special holiday for us. Loved them both. Strawberie is a good standard of accommodation and I would recommend Hoseasons. Mr A from Rayleigh (12 August 2006)
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