The Apartment At No.52

Sherborne, Dorset, Country town

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

A door from both the dining area and kitchen leads out onto a roof terrace with artificial grass flooring. There is a wonderful view of the neighbouring church and its garden along with Sherborne Abbey across the roof tops.

Downstairs Description

First Floor: Open plan sitting/dining and kitchen area. Sitting room With two seater sofa, armchair, gas fire, television and DVD player. Dining area With table and four chairs and door leading to roof terrace. Kitchen Well equipped with electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer. Bedroom With a super-king size bed, built-in wardrobes and a chest of drawers. Bathroom With waterfall shower over the bath, a separate hand-held shower head, wash basin and WC.

Other Notes

There is no parking available at the property but public car parks with reasonable charges can be found a short distance away and there is some free street parking nearby also. Please note that internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use or streaming.

Child Friendly
Tourist Attractions:
  • The Abbey In Sherborne: Which was founded by St. Aldhelm in AD 705, the Abbey has developed from Saxon cathedral to the worshipping heart of a monastic community, and finally, to one of the most beautiful of England’s parish churches. For many it is still the ‘cathedral of Dorset’. Visit website
  • The Almhouse: located in the Abbey Close the Almshouse is a rare example of a medieval hospital and has provided shelter and care for the people of Sherborne for over 500 years. It is dedicated to St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist and was built between 1440 and 1445 and extended and restored in 1864. Visit website
  • Shaftesbury Abbey Museum And Garden : Which is set on the site of the foremost Benedictine nunnery in Saxon England founded by King Alfred in 888AD. This Abbey was to act as the catalyst for the prosperity of the town and surrounding area for over 650 years. The excavated foundations of this once important and influential Abbey lie in a peaceful walled garden Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Eastbury : Offers a range of flexible dining and drinking experiences and spaces each with its own individual decorative character and atmosphere. Visit website
  • The Rose And Crown: Is situated just outside the popular historic town of Sherborne and serves superb home cooked food and award winning ‘Badger Ales’ in cask and bottles. There is a large restaurant, bar and patio area where you’re welcome to eat and drink and a beautiful garden. Visit website
  • The Three Wishes: A traditional coffee shop in the very heart of historic Sherborne with a contemporary ambience. Food is homemade and sourced where possible from the finest local ingredients. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Co-op: In Sherborne Visit website
  • Waistrose: In Sherborne which is 9 miles away, so why not pre order your grocery delivery for your arrival at the Cottage. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Sherborne Golf Club: The course is laid out over undulating terrain and has a wealth and variety of mature trees. For those who wish to hone their game, there is an extensive Golf Academy with chipping, pitching and bunker practice greens and a driving range. Visit website
  • Wood Stock Trout Fishery : Is a small idilic lake built in the summer of 2006.Unique to the fishery is a built in fish farm which use an a axial flow, high volume pump to aerate and circulate water from the west end of the lake through a series of fish holding raceways and ponds down to the east end where the water returns to the lake via a set of reed beds. Visit website
  • Gorcombe: Who offer a wide range of activities from Quad Biking, Clay Shooting, Paint Balling and Archery, open 7 days a week with fully trained staff. Visit website