At the gateway to the Jurassic coast, the Purbecks hills, local pubs, Poole Town and Quay, Poole harbour, country walks.....the list goes on, old Wareham town, Lulworth Cove, Corfe Castle and Lulworth Castle all within a very short distance from Cream Cottage.
The cottage is the oldest house in the area, the original part was built around 1790 and was the only building standing in the immediate area for a long time. It stands on Dorchester Road which may have been one of the original roads that were used to transport goods being unloaded at Poole Quay and taken to the old market trading town of Dorchester.
The cottage has a rectangular room attached that can be accessed through a narrow hall at the back of the chimney stack, however as guests there is a door fitted to the annex itself so you have privacy and your own access entrance without needing to be in the main house.
There will most likely be someone in most of the time, when this is the case it may be ok to access other parts of the house and have interaction with the owner who would be more than happy to keep making sure guests have everything they need for a memorable stay.
There are many walks, road and mountain biking trails in the area, Wareham forest, Purbeck hills and Jurrasic coast, Poole Quay and the chain link ferry across the mouth of the Sandbanks harbour leading to Studland beach and Old Harry Rocks, these are all areas very easily reached by cycling there, but there will also be an option for storing the cycles in the garage with the owners bikes, the garage has very good security doors fixed.
- Smoking outside is ok.
A relaxed and outgoing person, love living in this beautiful part of the world, even though not originally from Dorset.
An experienced traveller I've been lucky enough to have visited many Countries and seen many things, I also know that what comes with this is feeling relaxed and comfortable in the environment you are staying in.