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    A charming cottage resting in Birchill, near Chardstock in the Devonshire countryside. WiFi. Enclosed gardens. Axminster 3.4 miles; Chard 5.6 miles. (Ref. 1003647)

    7 nights from £372

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    A well-presented, single-storey wing of the owner's house in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. WiFi and Sky TV. Wet room. Excellent walks. Use of owner's tennis court. Charlton Marshall 1 mile. (Ref. 914859)

    7 nights from £316

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    Charming 19th century terraced cottage in handy village location. Open fire. Pretty enclosed garden. Good walking and cycling. In Charlton Marshall. (Ref. 976077)

    7 nights from £346

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Thomas Hardy country of vales of farmland and pretty golden villages and 'Jurassic Coast' fossil-filled cliffs (and hunting them on the beaches by Lyme Regis and Charmouth). It's the dome of Golden Cap near Chideock, and the extraordinary 18-mile long Chesil Beach of pebbles which regularly wrecked sailing ships. It's Portland with its views, stone and Bill, Lulworth Cove with the iconic Durdle Door arch and Weymouth with its handsome seafront and sandy beaches where King George III made bathing machines popular.