If you've got a baby, a highchair can be requested at this cottage
Try a short break
Winter short breaks can be booked at Quaker Cottage
This cottage has the towels and linen included
Stay cosy in front of the open fire
Pet friendly holiday at Quaker Cottage.
No need to wash-up - use the dishwasher
There is a DVD player
You have 1 bathrooms at Quaker Cottage
Quaker Cottage has an excellent standard throughout
Reviews of Quaker Cottage
These are the reviews for Quaker Cottage. There are 45 reviews.
Quaker Cottage exceeded our expectations - better than in the picture. Great location. Newly refurbished. Good kitchen and bathroom. underfloor heating. Had a great week - will be back! Mr Switsur (September 2017)
Very comfortable cottage and centrally located in Sherborne so no need to take the car. Ms McGuckin (May 2017)
Very comfortable cottage and centrally located in Sherborne so no need to take the car. Can recommend the tasting menu at the Eastbury Hotel if you like eating out. Ms McGuckin (May 2017)
Great bank holiday break for three + small dog, location was spot on parking £3 a day very short walk, town had some nice shops and coffee shops, good base to explore coast and Somerset. Mr Blazdell (April 2017)
The cottage was as described in the advertising, comfortable and cosy, the parking was a bit of a pain and some would find this awkward, having said this ,we did have a lovely week and the people of Sherborne were very friendly. Would book again. Mr Timms (February 2017)
Quakers Cottage is comfortable, quaint and finished to a high standard throughout. It's in a great location for touring Dorset and Somerset and Sherborne has all amenities within walking distance. Mrs O'hara from London (January 2017)
Excellent accommodation! We will be back Mrs Lamb from Wigan (December 2016)
The cottage was perfect,the area beautiful,and the weather was perfect.The only issue was the parking,unable to park outside the cottage,but there was a car park behind the cottage.Also to welcome us we found milk in fridge,lovely flowers and scones for our tea.All perfect.Thank you. Mrs Mathews from Carmarthen (September 2016)
The cottage was lovely, just as nice as the photos, and Sherborne was beautiful. Mrs Haigh from Coventry (July 2016)
Charming cottage with lots of character has been restored tastefully. It is small but we found it has everything we needed, even with our 2 grown up kids. Location is also excellent on pretty little George Street. Walk straight through the arch out to Cheap street, so picturesque. Parking was OK once we got used to parking in the long stay on Coldharbour. We recommend using Phone and Pay as it was less hassle than getting paper tickets each day. (£3.20 daily) The only minor downside is a noisy extractor fan on the back of the pub opposite the cottage. In the hot weather we had to keep the bedroom windows wide open and were aware of it. Just a small nuisance really, not a big issue. Everyone in our family (4 of us including 2 older kids) loved this place, would return if we can. SteveC5R (July 2016)
Beautiful quaint Cottage situated in a fantastic position a minute away from the High Street. Lovely soft furnishings straight out of 'Country Life' or 'House Beautiful'. Wonderful area with easy access to so many different attractions. Mrs Greenwood from Melton Mowbray (June 2016)
The cottage was fabulous it had everything you need for a week on holiday. Mrs Virnuls from Rushden (March 2016)
Location. It was a perfect bolthole; warm and cosy. WiFi a real bonus. Mr Tribe from Reading (January 2016)
We stayed here to celebrate my husbands 65th birthday. A very cosy cottage in a good location close to all the town has to offer. Good facilities and very well decorated. Comfortable. LesleyChippingNorton (December 2015)
A lovely place to visit and lots of nearby places to visit. The abbey is quite amazing well worth a visit. Good facilities in Sherborne. A cosy comfortable cottage. The equipment in the cottage was good and the linen of a very good standard. Mr & Mrs Lockard from Chipping Norton (November 2015)
We stayed at Quaker Cottage for a week with our daughter and son-in-law. It completely exceeded our expectations. A delightful cottage with lovely furnishings, very comfortable beds, and everything needed for a relaxing holiday. And on the one occasion we needed to ask for help from the manager he came immediately, and cheerfully, to our aid. Sherborne is a charming town, with good shopping, pubs and restaurants (the cottage is behind The George pub, and two minutes walk to Waitrose) and well situated for touring the pretty Dorset countryside. We will definitely stay there again. Grace-Quilter (August 2015)
Great cottage - clean, warm, convenient and a stone's throw from Sherborne High St. Top-class mattress too in main bedroom, had a very pleasant night sleep! Lovely walks out of town into the surrounding countryside. Very easy to book and easy to find! We had a fantastic long weekend at Quakers Cottage! Ms Kemp from Lewes (January 2015)
This lovely cottage was perfect in every way. Very well appointed and extremely comfortable. There a a teeny glitch in the bedding and the delightful owner rushed over to sort it out with a basket of fresh muffins and a lovely warm char! The cottage is a perfect base for walking and exploring Sherborne. We were nervous about parking our two cars but managed to do so free in George Lane every day. BJDLondon (October 2014)
We just loved the cottage from the start. Quaint and beautifully furnished. It was very quiet which was what we wanted. Mr Lendrem from Ely (September 2014)
A charming and very convenient cottage. Liked the welcoming touches waiting for us. Ms Barnett from Cheltenham (September 2014)
Loved the location and the accommodation lived up to expectations. We would certainly like to come back. Mrs Kemp from Dunfermline (August 2014)
Proximity to town and places of interest to visit is great and we did stay here before but parking is a real pain especially with children. Inside the cottage is well presented and pretty bedrooms. Mr Groves from Newcastle (July 2014)
Quaker Cottage is located within walking distance of all of Sherborne’s amenities and attractions. Sherborne itself, being on the A30 trunk road, gives easy access to the surrounding area. Mr Butler from Bootle (June 2014)
Sherborne is an excellent base from which to explore Dorset and Quaker Cottage was the perfect place to stay. Mrs Dalton from London (May 2014)
Central location, comfy cottage. Felt like home. Ms Dando from Montbron (May 2014)
The central location in Sherborne really can't be beat. The cottage was super cosy and really comfortable. Lots of lovely hot water from the excellent shower too. Parking just behind the cottage in a public car park was convenient and really reasonable. The fact that Quaker Cottage was pretty much next to a toy shop, a knitting shop and an artisan bakery made it hugely perfect for all my family! Mrs Budd from Colchester (January 2014)
A wonderful experience, the cottage had everything a family could want. Kitchen was very well equiped, beds were very comfortable and the linen was beautiful. Great pub The George had good food and friendly owners. Loved it...The shopping was amazing...we would stay there again. A FlipKey verified reviewer (December 2013)
The cottage was cosy and comfortable. In a great position for exploring the area. Great central position in Sherborne. The cottage was very clean and furnished perfectly. Mrs Rogers from Southsea (November 2013)
The property was more than we could have hoped for. A lovely place to stay. Also we love The George pub, publicans were very helpful. Mr Gough from 2546 (September 2013)
What a lovely character cottage, just great for the two of us, and the open plan design to keep things light and airy even on a dark and rainy day! We would like to come again in the winter and use the wood burner! Mrs Connett from Ormskirk (August 2013)
My mum and I had an excellent week in this rather quaint cottage. It has bags of character and the owners have put some nice pieces of furniture and art work around the place. There is only a very tiny outside space at the front and the property is directly behind a pub. It was quite difficult to find as it is tucked up a little side road. There is no parking and the access is limited. Parking in the long stay carpark at 2.80 per day was not too bad but did mount up over the week. Sherborne is beautiful with lots of shops and cafes - and a stunning abbey. Theholidaymaker113 (August 2013)
Quaker Cottage is a delightful little cottage, ideally situated in the small town of Sherbourne. We were warmly welcomed by the owner who made sure we had all we needed for a comfortable stay. Everything you could want is on the doorstep including an artisan baker, lovely little shops and fantastic dog friendly pubs. Although it is a dog friendly cottage the front yard is tiny but there are plenty of lovely walks nearby. Would have given 5 stars but parking a bit tricky, a good value council car park very close by. A FlipKey verified reviewer (June 2013)
The cottage had everything you would want for a comfortable enjoyable holiday. It was close to everything in Sherborne. Mrs Bowden from Farnborough (May 2013)
Excellent location and lovely cottage. Sherborne was lovely and there was lots to do near by. Mrs Hennessy from Faversham (October 2012)
The cottage was perfect as a holiday let, just what you would expect. The town was very pretty and the cottage was superbly located for shops, restaurants and pubs. The local people were also very friendly. Ms Hiscock from East Boldon (August 2012)
The cottage was in the town so no driving was needed at night. Shops were very convenient. The public car park was very near and reasonably priced. We liked Sherbourne and the people were friendly. Mrs Dolan from Dublin (July 2012)
Perfect property situated in a lovely town! Mr Van Kalken from Arnhem (July 2012)
Sherbourne was a beautiful village - the cottage was lovely and very dog friendly. Mr & Mrs Stansfield from Rochdale (June 2012)
Great quality with excellent furnishings, proper appliances and a well stocked kitchen. Miss Blagg from Tonbridge (May 2012)
Sherborne is a beautiful town with lots of independent shops. The cottage is located at the top of the main street with parking close by. The location is quiet and the cottage very comfortable and well decorated. Mr Bourne from Edinburgh (April 2012)
I thought everything was genuinely great, from the thoughtful touches - like a small Christmas present, crackers and tree - to the general aspects like very comfortable beds and tasteful décor. The cottage managed to have the perfect blend of feeling homely and welcoming, like it was a 'lived' in property, without being twee, cluttered or overdone. Superb and we'll be coming back. Mr Matson from London (December 2011)
Wonderful location in Sherbourne, excellent reception by the owner and her daughter, she even baked us a cake! Mr Ward (December 2011)
Wonderful reception by the owner and her daughter. Sherbourne is a truly delightful town and Quaker cottage was great to come home to after a day`s sightseeing. Mr Ward (December 2011)
The cottage was very tastefully decorated and immaculately clean, nice and close to all amenities and a wonderful getaway from our usual day to day life. We have already recommended it to several friends and would definitely return. Mrs Harding from Shoreham-By-Sea (September 2011)
Lovely renovated old cottage with all modern facilities. Lovely beds, with luxury cotton sheets. Shops and pub on the doorstep. Mrs Morgan from Fareham (August 2011)
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