The Duck Wing is a quirky, self contained apartment within Plenty Cottage. Ideal for two people (and pets) it's beautifully appointed with everything you need for a relaxed, carefree stay in a wonderfully rural environment where nothing is too much trouble. It sleeps two in double bed in a very pretty bedroom and has a double sofa bed too if needed. It has it's own bathroom/shower, a separate WC and a warm spacious living area. The pub is 10 mins walk away and the beaches a 10 mins drive.
Pretty, self contained with everything you need. We have ample off-road parking and storage for bikes, equipment etc. You have your own access front door code. Deep in the countryside, it's the land of Peace and Plenty surrounded by The National Trust. The swimming pool is warm in a fantastic poly tunnel(!) and wonderful during the summer months (April to October inc) and the dog/child friendly pub is only a ten minute stroll down the lane. The garden is prolific and peaceful ( dogs love it!).
The front door key code enables you to come and go as you wish. The large, abundant garden is at your disposal as too is the summerhouse, BBQ and pool. There's loads of parking and storage space
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Nothing is too much trouble; all you have to do is ask!
The Five Bells serves home cooked food too and it's only a 10 minute stroll. We have no street lights (yeah!) but I'll provide a torch. There are wonderful restaurants in nearby Lyme Regis and Bridport
Still known today for being the original writer and character creator of ‘Chorlton and the Wheelies’ and the equally popular ‘Jamie and the Magic Torch’, Jo Kemp has traded a long career in the heady world of media for her first love – Plenty Cottage.
Retired from the world of film production – mainly TV commercials and series work - Jo also produced the long running children’s series ‘The Raggy Dolls’. Jo is still writing (even more so) with a couple of new exciting projects on the go including Hoo Ha House (now she has the rights back) and a trilogy called 'The Hourglass'.
However, Plenty Cottage is a big house and as well as needing her writing time, Jo likes people. She is a sharer and what better way to have the best of both worlds than to let out The Duck Wing to those people who will simply fall in love and share in the Plenty experience.
Having lived at Plenty Cottage for some 20 years, Jo is integral to the community and the landscape. Jo is a country person through and through with contented dogs, happy hens, a neurotic goose and visiting grandsons. She manages a prolific vegetable garden, she’s a bell ringer and she’s head steward at the local Flower Festival. Jo is also a wonderful cook so if you’d like (say) a jar of Plenty Marmalade or an Aga cooked casserole, these can be arranged; it’s about nothing being too much trouble.