2 Heath Cottages
Our Bed & Breakfast in the beautiful Purbeck district is green and friendly. It stands in a cottage garden with its own woodland, itself a Site of Special Scientific Interest, with direct access onto Sandford Heath a hidden Purbeck gem and a National Nature Reserve. There is a wonderful variety of wildlife on our doorstep, especially rare birds such as the Nightjar and Dartford Warbler; we also attract Great Tits, Blue Tits and Coal Tits every Spring.
Our comfortable newly furnished en-suite rooms all have tea & coffee making facilities, flat screen TV with DVD/CD/USB, radio alarm clock and hairdryer. Our breakfast is cooked using local farm produce and we also use Fairtrade ingredients where possible.
We are conveniently situated on the A351 between the Bakers Arms roundabout and Wareham with ample off-road parking. Whatever your mode of transport, be it by car, public transport, walking, cycling or any other means you will be well positioned to explore the beautiful Dorset countryside and its many wonderful attractions.
'Home Farm' bus stop conveniently brings you to our door and we are just a few minutes from Holton Heath and Wareham train stations, both of which are on the direct line to London Waterloo being little over 2 hours away through some of the most scenic landscapes and beautiful areas on the South Coast. Pub, restaurants and convenience shop are all within walking distance.
There really is something for everyone, over and above some of the best that Mother Nature has to offer there are a host of areas to visit and attractions to enjoy such as Poole Harbour, Swanage, Farmer Palmer's, Studland, Corfe Castle, Monkey World, The Tank Museum, Lulworth Castle, Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door to name just a few.
We look forward to welcoming you to stay for Bed & Breakfast when visiting South Dorset and the Isle of Purbeck.
Denise and Sean Kenny
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This page was last updated: 06 October 2015