Set in a truly idyllic location not far from the picturesque harbour town of Axmouth and Lyme Regis on the Jurassic Coast, staying in what used to be the village Post Office is nothing more than a treat.
A traditional cottage perfect for families, or couples looking for a self-catering cottage break away its a home away from home.
The Old Post House oozes a magical charm all of its own and is perfectly located for exploring the surrounding countryside and charming villages nearby. Sitting on the Devon/Dorset border, this self-catering cottage is just a hop, skip and a jump to the beach; sandwiched between the gorgeous Lyme Regis and the historical Sidmouth. A short walk to the village pub offers the a perfect spot for real ale and a spot of lunch after a countryside walk!Book The Former Post House
The Former Post House
Open the front door and you’ll find yourself immediately in the open plan living and kitchen area. With a gorgeous living area, complete with comfortable sofas and a TV you’ll feel relaxed and at home straight away.
There are three cosy bedrooms at The Old Post House – the master bedroom has a large comfy bed and benefits from wardrobe space. A further bedroom on the first floor hosts two single beds with a further attic room on the top floor with a double bed and two further single beds. The simplicity of the decor and crisp bedding make this a dreamy retreat – All beddings is supplied together with thick fluffy towels.
The dining area has seating for six and the fully equipped kitchen hosts an oven, washing machine, dishwasher and microwave.
The cottage has a small, enclosed garden towards the back of the property. There is a small seating area for you to relax and enjoy the sun trap.
‘We loved the quiet, the clean and fresh decor mixed in with old features. It was a great spot near lovely pubs and walks and so close to the beach. Perfect’ – Sally Aug ‘ 18
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