Conway Cottage in Dorset


Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, in the heart of the Marshwood Vale in West Dorset. Suitable for the disabled with wheelchair access and downstairs wet room.


This spacious semi-detached holiday cottage is situated in the heart of West Dorset's Marshwood Vale, an area of outstanding national beauty, on the borders with Devon and Somerset. It is superb walking country with an abundance of wildlife making it a naturalist's paradise. The accommodation is 6 miles from the coast with the beaches of Charmouth and Lyme Regis within easy reach.


The semi-detached holiday cottage is situated next to the owners' home with breathtaking balcony views across the Marshwood Vale. Very suitable for the disabled. Sorry, no pets.


There is ample parking in the large, shared driveway for one or two cars.

Mobility in Mind

Wheelchair access is accommodated on the ground floor with front door ramp access and downstairs wet room.

Free Superfast Wifi Internet Access

Keeping in touch whilst away is high priority for many of us and free wifi is available throughout the cottage.

Two Bathrooms

Downstairs wet room with toilet and upstairs ensuite bathroom with bath.


There is so much to do in and around in West Dorset. Below are just a few suggestions.


There are plenty of countryside and lcoastal walks in this beautiful part of Dorset. The South West Coast Path can be picked up at various points along the coastline with Charmouth being the nearest place on the coast from Conway Cottage. From here you can walk to Seatown, West Bay and the infamous Chesil Beach to the east and Lyme Regis to the west.


Why not visit the nearby village of Whitchurch Canonicorum. Often referred to as 'the capital of the Marshwood Vale', the village is an attractive mix of farms and cottages. In the heart of the village of Whitchurch Canonicorum is the very ancient church of St. Candida and the Holy Cross. It is the only parish church in England to contain the remains of an ancient saint. It is extremely rare as all shrines were ordered to be destroyed during the Reformation. The St Wite (or Candida in the Latin form) shrine is a stone chest containing the remains with three large oval openings for pilgrims to put their afflicted limbs into in the hope that they would be cured. There are various theories about St Wite and who she was.

Lovely people, lovely cottage, lovely weather, lovely times. We felt so happy.