Chideock Cottage is the second of four 19th century cottages which, many years ago, used to be the homes of local farmworkers. The garden at Chideock Cottage is south facing and has stunning views of the rolling hills towards the sea. It has a lawned area with an apple and fig tree near the bottom.
Alfresco dining is very accessible at Chideock Cottage. There is a large patio area at the top of the garden, just in front of the house, with table and cushioned chairs, an umbrella, a rattan settee with cushion, BBQ and lighting.
The garden has a picket fence at the top and bottom with hedging at the sides. At the bottom of the garden is the spacious parking area.
Gravelled parking is available at the bottom of Chideock Cottage garden. the area is spacious for one car but it is possible to fit 2 small cars. Lighting is triggered by automatic sensors.