You are high up on the chalk hills that fall to the Jurassic Coast. Tessa’s family have lived in the flint and stone house since 1860 and it is crammed with history: solid antiques, books galore, pictures, maps and photographs. From all the windows views soar to sheep-dotted hills. Settle by the wood-burner in the dining room for your Aga-cooked breakfast or supper; in the summer you can eat outside in the garden; cooking is one of Tessa’s passions so food is good! Bedrooms are without frills but clean and comfortable; the bathroom is large and sparkling. Outdoor heaven is yours; find a pet pig called Pork!