Brickyard Cottage is a cosy terraced cottage situated on the outskirts of the village of Moreton, near the village train station. The cottage is traditionally built and features cottage style doors and a Rayburn. There is a summer house in the pretty garden along with a small furnished patio upon which you can enjoy the many birds who visit the garden, previous guests have reported spotting a wide variety of species including woodpeckers. Moreton is well known for its church with windows etched by Whistler and it is famed as the resting place of T.E. Lawrence, more commonly known as Lawrence of Arabia. The area surrounding the cottage is `Thomas Hardy' Country and his birthplace at Bockhampton and his home at Max Gate are two local interest attractions. The Frampton Arms Inn is just a stroll away and offers local beers and a variety of meals. Visiting Dorchester, Weymouth and the many surrounding beaches is just a short car ride away. Moreton Station has a direct line service to Weymouth and to London. Brickyard Cottage is well positioned for visiting South West Dorset's attractions such as Monkey World, the Tank Museum and the wonderful World Heritage Jurassic Coastline. Accommodation: Entrance Hall. Lounge / diner, open fire in lounge, Rayburn in dining area. Kitchen. Utility room. First floor: Bathroom, bath with shower over, hand basin, toilet. Bedroom 1, double bed. Bedroom 2, single bed with second 2'6" single pull out bed restricted space when second bed in use. Pets are welcome, but no puppies please. Services in addition to standard equipment: Electric central heating, open fire one scuttle of coal provided, freezer, washing machine, DVD, BBQ. Smoking outside the cottage only. On road parking.(Heating is timed from 1st October 1st March but can be easily adjusted by contacting owner). Cot. Bed linen and towels inclusive, please state requirements when booking.