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Áiteanna le fanacht in Dorset

Áiteanna le fanacht in Dorset
Relaxing Living Room/Area Open plan with the kitchen and dining area with double doors leading out onto the terrace Two sofas and Flatscreen TV with Freeview Cooking & Dining Kitchen Open plan with the living and dining area with double doors leading out onto the terrace Double gas oven with gas hob, microwave, fridge freezer and microwave Dining Open plan with the kitchen and living area with double doors leading out onto the terrace Dining table seating two Time to sleep Master Bedroom King size bed, wardrobe, dressing table and flatscreen TV Free standing bath En suite Bathing En suite to master bedroom has a walk in shower cubicle, WC and wash basin Outdoors Decked terrace with private hot tub Patio table and chairs and barbecue Parking for one car at the lodge
Nestled in five acres of stunning Somerset countryside, The Clover Lodge is the perfect retreat for two. A break at Redlake Farm is all about making time for you, enjoying a leisurely breakfast on a warm spring morning with light pouring through the large patio doors. And after a day exploring your wonderful surroundings you can fire up the barbecue and make the most of dining outdoors before sinking into your very own hot tub for a night under the stars. As the night draws in you will find a little touch of luxury in the bedroom with a sumptuous king size bed and a tempting roll top bath. Redlake Farm can be found in a idyllic spot, close to the small town of Somerton and is within easy reach of Glastonbury, the dramatic Cheddar Gorge and the historic city of Wells.
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Somerton, Somerset, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Atherstone Farm Cottage is a beautiful and newly refurbished grade II listed thatched cottage in the tiny hamlet of Atherstone in Somerset, two miles from Ilminster. Its rural location and carefully restored interiors make it a great countryside bolt-hole. Both bedrooms are ensuite, one with a roll top bath and shower, the other a walk-in wetroom / shower. The house also has a modern kitchen, with a separate utility room, and a large stone-floored living and dining room with a wood-burning stove.
With a stone floor, ancient beams and thatched roof it's the picture of a romantic country cottage, but now updated with a modern kitchen, bathrooms and entertainment system. Its rural location makes it a great escape for those looking for a countryside bolt-hole, with plenty of pubs to walk / cycle to and things to see and do nearby, and convenient shopping in Ilminster is not far away. There are two comfortable bedrooms, both en-suites., with deep mattresses, 400 thread count cotton bedding, indulgent mattress toppers and fluffy bathrobes, so you can truly settle into the cosiness of the cottage. The master bedroom has a king-sized bed and a spacious bathroom with a roll-top bath and walk-in shower. The second bedroom can be arranged as a superking-sized double or with two single beds. Its bathroom is a walk-in modern wetroom with heated stone tile floors. The house has a large living area for four people, with a long dining / sitting room. The sitting room has comfortable sofas, a wood-burning stove set into a large stone fireplace and is equipped with a 55’ flatscreen internet-connected TV with a Bluetooth soundbar that can be used to play music / radio through the TV or from a Bluetooth device, or just envelop those who want to relax with a movie. The kitchen is modern and well equipped with an electric oven, hob and dishwasher. There is a separate utility room with a large fridge-freezer (including ice-machine) and a washer-drier. There is also good-sized private lawn, a charcoal bbq and teak outdoor table and chairs for the summer (or the hardy!)
Atherstone Farm Cottage is part of an old grade II listed farm that has been part of the Dillington Estate since at least 1725. The cottage is found at one end of the farmhouse - with the other half of the house also available to rent as a separate 4 bed house. The two are joined through lockable doors on the ground floor for the convenience of any groups renting both. The farm is in the tiny hamlet of Atherstone, which is surrounded by fields and woods that are accessible on foot and bicycle through the myriad of local country lanes and footpaths. Nearby there are several pubs, some within walking distance – like the Barrington Boar – others a little further, but worth cycling or driving to, such as the Dinnington Docks or Lord Poulett Arms. Barrington House, a National Trust house with gardens open to the public, is nearby, as is Dillington House. The Dennis Chinaworks in Shepton Beauchamp are also very close and worth a visit, for the tea rooms as much as anything else. There are several local cider producers whose orchards and presses are worth seeing, Perry’s Cider in Dowlish Wake being one, and Julian Temperley’s cider and cider brandy distillery over at Burrow Hill another. A little further away the beach at Lyme Regis and walks along the Jurassic coastline are 40mins or so to the South, and the Hauser and Wirth gallery near Bruton is 40 mins or so to the East.
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Whitelackington, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Each solid wood log cabin is encircled by trees for your privacy yet open enough to let sunlight through. We aim to give you that cosy, romantic log cabin retreat experience with a solid wood burner, private hot tub and free access to our seasonal outdoor heated pool (end May - Sept). If the dates you require are already booked, please look at our other cabins: Tawny Owl Lodge (also with private hot tub), Hedgehog Lodge or Roe Deer Lodge.
Genuine Scandinavian Log Cabin tucked away in mature oak woodland
On the border of East Devon, South Somerset & West Dorset 9 miles from Jurassic Coastline at Lyme Regis Easy access from M5 & A303
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Forton, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

The Cabin is privately located in Seatown a small hamlet under Golden Cap, the highest cliff on the south coast and next to the SW Coast Path, 200m from the sea and world heritage Jurassic Coast. The Cabin is has everything you will need including a spare camp bed and bbq. View Lyme bay, sunset and sea while dinning or just with a drink, in the Anchor inn beer garden on the cliff. Dogs welcome.
At 5 x 3 metres The cabin is compact with a comfy double bed + z bed if required, shower, small cooker, microwave, and fridge. Linen and towels are provided .There is broadband and a small tel . The patio outside is great for breakfast and dinner. Tea, coffee, milk and orange juice are provided. The Anchor Inn, next door serves good food . The lavatory is 50 meters away and also contains a washing machine and tumble dryer.
West Dorset is one of the most Beautiful and interesting parts of England, so much so that it is often used for film and television locations, Far From The Madding Crowd, Broadchurch, River Cottage, Tamara Drewe, The French Lieutenant's Woman and Harbour Lights, to name a few. The history and archaeology of the area are very interesting and the coast is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic coast. Lyme Regis with its ancient harbour and connection with the Monmouth Rebellion is a must. Bridport is a lively town with a brilliant street markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays. There are many pubs and restaurants, an Art s Centre and an original Art Deco cinema and the Lyric Theatre which has many children's events and puppetry entertainments as well as interesting plays.
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Seatown, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

The Bothy is a stylish detached cottage where you can share some Prosecco on your terrace or in your orchard or snuggle up beside a log fire Dating from the 1700's, our newly restored "boutique" stone cottage is in the rural historic Yetminster Conservation Area with a thatched CAMRA pub. It is in the beautiful garden of our quintessential English Heritage listed thatched cottage You have great access to our lovely Dorset countryside & the Jurassic Coast One fixed price; No cleaning charges
Bothy Cottage is in a delightful rural location with horses in the adjacent fields, chickens across the road and a dairy farm just up the lane. I am so happy just pottering around our home here. We want you to be warm and cosy during the cooler months (& English summer), so the Bothy is heated with electric radiators (controlled by you) and a wood burning stove. We include electricity, kindling wood, fire lighters and logs for your stay. Help yourself to more logs from the store behind the Bothy, if needed. The kitchen facilities are suitable for modest cooking and include a single induction hob, microwave with grill & oven facilities, small fridge/freezer, electric kettle, toaster, filter coffee jug, etc., plus a washing/drying machine. There are two BBQ's suitable for loose charcoal or plonking a disposable BBQ on top. For walkers, Downs Lane opposite leads to various footpaths and access to the local Vecklands Millennium Wood (Visible from your cottage). The Macmillan Way footpath is 200 yards down Brister End. We can chat about various other places to go using your car. In my view, we are in a cyclist's paradise with loads of lanes and a variety of bridleways (Some very muddy) to suit casual through to the serious on and off road bikers (There is a huge specialist triathlon TriUK superstore in Yeovil). You may lock your bikes in one of our sheds. Once you are off in your car then the Jurassic Coast, the sea, Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door & Lyme Regis are some 40-50 minutes away and then there are the National Trust places, including Montecute House, Stourhead (Fabulous landscape gardens with the Spread Eagle pub for food).
Yetminster is a village with a load of listed buildings dating from the 17th Century, about twelve thatched cottages (The locals could not afford proper tiled roofs) and a Grade 1 listed church (St Andrews). The thatched White Hart pub (Run by Blanche & Alex) has a variety of locally sourced beers and ciders (Local labourers were paid with cider until the 1950's) plus good pub grub. I have cycled to over 100 local pubs so I can give you tips on them.
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Dorset, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Honeysuckle Lodge is a unique blend of luxury mixed with the classic beach/shepherds hut design. It combines spa like experiences such as drenching shower and a hot tub surrounded by living walls; with home from home comforts such as cosy duvets, soft pillows and HD TV with Amazon Fire stick. Located on the site of an 18th Century Grade II listed building, in a small village with a fantastic local pub and village shop. Guests self check-in and out.
The lodge although small boasts a brand new en-suit with drenching rain shower head, stone sink and exposed copper piping. There is a double bed with cosy bedding, tea making facilities, Nespresso coffee machine and light continental breakfast. The Lodge also has use of a hot tub located just outside the lodge, surrounded by a living wall which gives privacy and a unique jungle feel. The Lodge is built in the grounds of our circa 18th Century Grade II Listed Thatched house which is located next to the A354 - this does mean that you will hear cars and often farm machinery passing during the day and sometimes at night.
The Royal Oak pub is the best local you could ask for. Serving fantastic food and drink and run by very friendly people. There is also a village shop too. All of which is within 2-3 minutes walk.
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Milborne Saint Andrew, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Bramble Barn is a beautiful 17th century barn conversion situated down a private road just 4 miles from Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door and the Jurrasic Coast World Heritage Site. This large splendid brick barn has been converted into two identical properties creating accommodation of the highest standards throughout. Each barn has its own enclosed garden and a south facing terrace, ideal for eating out. Tadnoll Heath, a Dorset Wildlife Trust Reserve, lies just to the north.. Ample parking
On the doorstep of the world heritage site The Jurassic Coast. We also have the famous sites of Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove, Monkey World and the Tank Museum on our door step. The Barn is self contained with a private enclosed garden and fully equipped kitchen. There is a log burner in the living room for those cold winter days. Logs will be provided for your arrival along with all the necessary tools for lighting it. Guests will have Wi-fi, Free sat internet TV and a Bose iPod docking station.
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Winfrith Newburgh, Dorset (England), An Ríocht Aontaithe

This is a small brick built building set on a hill at Shortlake Farm just to the south of the village. It is built on the site of a WWII gun battery, and commands panoramic views over Weymouth & Portland, and out across the English Channel.It is located just off a quiet no-through-road, up a gravel track, and is surrounded by pasture. Apart from the outstanding views, the SW Coastpath is nearby for walks into Weymouth (3m) and Lulworth Cove (7m). Osmington village with The Sunray pub, and a couple of small shops, is about a 5 minutes walk away. The walk to Shortlake Farm's private beach takes just 5 minutes or so across the fields.The accommodation consists of a main living/ bedroom area, with table and chairs, double bed and wardrobes, TV with DVD, and the picture window!The front door enters into the kitchen, which has the usual essentials including a washing machine, fridge and combi oven.The bathroom with shower and toilet is located off the other end of the living area.Outside a small patio area with table and chairs overlooks Weymouth Bay, and continues beyond onto grassy fields.The pictures speak for themselves - 180 degree plus uninterrupted views over the surrounding sea and coastline. Around the property are fields belonging to the farm where we graze sheep and occasionally cattle.Pets welcome, borrow a dog, Farm Shop, no smoking, conservatory.
This is a small brick built building set on a hill at Shortlake Farm just to the south of the village. It is built on the site of a WWII gun battery, and commands panoramic views over Weymouth & Portland, and out across the English Channel.It is located just off a quiet no-through-road, up a gravel track, and is surrounded by pasture. Apart from the outstanding views, the SW Coastpath is nearby for walks into Weymouth (3m) and Lulworth Cove (7m). Osmington village with The Sunray pub, and a couple of small shops, is about a 5 minutes walk away. The walk to Shortlake Farm's private beach takes just 5 minutes or so across the fields.The accommodation consists of a main living/ bedroom area, with table and chairs, double bed and wardrobes, TV with DVD, and the picture window!The front door enters into the kitchen, which has the usual essentials including a washing machine, fridge and combi oven.The bathroom with shower and toilet is located off the other end of the living area.Outside a small patio area with table and chairs overlooks Weymouth Bay, and continues beyond onto grassy fields.The pictures speak for themselves - 180 degree plus uninterrupted views over the surrounding sea and coastline. Around the property are fields belonging to the farm where we graze sheep and occasionally cattle.Pets welcome, borrow a dog, Farm Shop, no smoking, conservatory.
Only property at the end of farm track
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Dorset, An Ríocht Aontaithe

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A new log cabin built autumn 2015 in its own grounds and completely private, overlooking heathland where horses and cattle roam freely 6 months of the year. It's next to farmland with a fishing lake nearby. Great for walks and enjoying the outdoors. Renting the log cabin is based on two guests sharing, any additional guest pays a complimentary fee.
The log cabin is spacious, cosy and comfortable. The sofa in the lounge also converts to a double bed , so up to 6 people can to stay. The cabin sits in an exclusive paddock of one acre surrounded by field, woods and heathland. It is a haven for wildlife. Guests can enjoy the grounds where there is a trampoline, swings and can also enjoy cooking and eating outdoors. There is also a coarse fishing lake in the adjacent farm.
It's location makes the cabin very unique. Its a rural retreat. No neighbours (except the cows,horses, deer and squirrels!) Great for wild life and being close to nature. Completely secluded with a beautiful view of the grounds. A great escape from the city! The Cross Keys pub, which is within walking distance, offers good food. There is also a good selection of country pubs nearby. There are excellent restaurants, pubs in the towns previously mentioned, as well as theatres and nightlife. We have wonderful beaches in Bournemouth and Poole. Close by, we have Potterns Park in Verwood and Moors Valley Country Park. Great for outdoor activities with the family and friends.
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Wimborne Minster, Dorset, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Sunset Cottage was built 300 years ago out of Portland Stone and was a fisherman's cottage . Although refurbished to a high standard all original features still remain. Fantastic sea views of Chesil Beach.
Sunset cottage is very cosy with all its original features. Portland stone walls and wooden beams and floors. Wonderful views of Chesil Beach and Jurassic Coast and just a few metres walk from the shingle beach. Cottage is over three floors .
Portland is an island but is connected by a road to Weymouth. The landscape is rugged with beautiful views . Suitable for those who love the outdoors.
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Fortuneswell Portland, Dorset, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Please see below for Copvid - 19 information updated 10/05/2020 The Bothy is a stylish boutique, romantic hideaway ideal for couples to enjoy some time together in the New Forest where ponies wander past the gate and wildlife is in abundance, a beautiful cottage sure to delight in all seasons. The hot tub is a wonderful experience whatever the weather. https://www.facebook.com/NewForestHolidayCottage/
COVID-19. We are looking forward to welcoming guests again when the Government allows travel other than essential trips. We are doing our utmost to protect our guests and we want you to feel confident that your stay here in the Bothy will be as safe as we can possibly make it. We are as far as possible leaving the Bothy empty for 24 hours between bookings. We are washing all our bedding, dressing gowns, towels and tea cloths at 60 degrees and have removed bed spreads and throws, The Hot Tub as always will be maintained as per regulation standards. All surfaces including door handles, cupboards, taps etc will be cleaned with disinfectant anti virus spray prior to your arrival and we will supply bars of soap and not soap dispensers. we are removing multi use hair shampoo or shower gel. We have installed a hand santiser dispenser inside the Bothy for your use while you are staying. The Bothy is completely self contained with its own access, facilities and self check in, we are always available by text or phone for any contactless enquiries. I hope these extra precautionary measures reassure our guests. Beautiful detached cottage situated in a quiet lane within the New Forest, Ideally situated as a lovers hideaway, a place to unwind and relax or for couples to enjoy the surrounding National Park.
The Bothy is situated on a quiet New Forest lane where ponies, cattle and donkeys roam freely past the gate, Fordingbridge has a supermarket, several pubs including a riverside one and lots of little shops, the town itself is 1.5 miles from The Bothy. Within walking distance from the cottage are several pubs and restaurants. There is a local leisure center offering swimming and cycle hire.
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Hampshire, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Berehayes Holiday Cottages are set in a tranquil rural village just 2 miles from the beaches of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast in West Dorset and 5 miles from Lyme Regis, Bridport and the Devon Border. 5 minutes walk away from our friendly local pub. We have pet alpacas, sheep, ducks and chickens for the guests to feed and enjoy Guests have complimentary access to the onsite Berehayes Spa which includes a heated indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna. Berehayes has been rated a 4 star self-catering complex by the AA. Beauty treatments can be booked to take place in your cottage. Free WiFi.
This cosy single storey converted stone barn is ideal for a couple with a double bed, ample storage and newly fitted ensuite bathroom with large shower. The living area has a high vaulted beamed ceiling and wood burning stove with a sofa and armchair. The country kitchen area is fully equipped and has a dining area.
Whitchurch Canonicorum is a rural farming village in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 2 miles from the Jurassic coast and beaches of Charmouth, Lyme Regis and West Bay with Bridport being the nearest town.
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Whitchurch Canonicorum, An Ríocht Aontaithe

The cosy cabin is situated on the edge of the New Forest. Perfect for bike riding, walking and horse riding. There are many country pubs nearby, Bournemouth beach is a 20 minute drive. Mudeford beach is a 15 minute drive where crabbing is popular! Nearby is the New Forest wildlife park and just down the road is Liberty’s Owl Raptor and reptile centre. Burley is only a 10 minute drive away too where there’s lots to see and do!
Sandford Lodge is a handcrafted log cabin made by us! Downstairs is the living area, with a lounge, wood burner and kitchen area. The bathroom is situated off the lounge. Upstairs is the cosy bedroom. Outside there is a lovely veranda where you can relax in the evening in one of the rocking chairs. Out the back of the cabin, there is a garden area where the hot tub is. I have recently purchased two bikes which will be located in the cabin garden for guests to use as they please.
The atmosphere of the neighbourhood is relaxed, there is another air bnb property running in the same grounds. I ask all guests to be respectful of each other as you may pass each other during your arrival or departure. There is a farm just up the road so there may be cows in the field behind the cabin, which you can see from the garden. Also farm machinery driving up the road quite often.
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Ringwood, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

A truly amazing floating tree house set in a spectacular private location in beautiful Dorset countryside. Tastefully decorated with everything you need for a cosy, romantic break. Mains power, heating, stereo, hot and cold water, outdoor toilet and showers. A basic kitchen with a double hob, and everything you need, a fire-pit, BBQ and a bed with far reaching views. Simply an incredible and unique space for a romantic getaway. You will need to bring bedding, towels, and charcoal.
Built in the trees on top of a bank with a great view. Peaceful, purposefully basic, but has everything you actually need, to have a cosy romantic time. We have uninstalled wifi so you can actually enjoy talking to each other and listening to music on the sound system, being in nature and de-stressing. Feel free to walk around the site and see deer and great woodland to enjoy. You are only 2 minutes drive away from shops and great pubs if you need anything. Please be aware the toilet is situated just outside of the Treehouse.
Beautiful, sunny Bournemouth is only a 20-minute drive away, Poole is only 10 minutes. There are plentiful walks and country pubs nearby to choose from, and we’re only 20 minutes from the scenic Jurassic coast. Monkey World is only 20 minutes away, which is a MUST! Our unique field is a great base that's within easy reach of numerous things to see and do.
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Sturminster Marshall, Dorset, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Acton Studio is perfect for walkers as we are on the South West Coast Path, ideal for those wanting to get back to nature and unwind as we are off the beaten track.
Acton Studio is a recently converted compact purbeck stone outbuilding with double bed, wet room and kitchenette with table and stools. The kitchenette has an electric oven, hob, fridge, sink, kettle, toaster and essential kitchen items. Dorset tea, coffee, sugar and milk provided. The studio is located at the bottom of our rear garden, the studio has it's own private garden. There is parking but it is not adjacent to the property. Sit in the enclosed garden on a summer evening after a long hike relaxing with a beer or glass of wine. On a clear night and with no street lights you can gaze up at a sky full of stars.
Acton is a small tranquil hamlet of around forty Purbeck stone cottages with unmade roads throughout. There is two pubs within walking distance. The King's Arms in Langton Matravers (25 minutes) and the Square and Compass in Worth Matravers (30 minutes). The Square and Compass only serves pies and pasties. A couple of minutes in the car and you reach The Scott Arms in Kingston then a little further The Castle Inn and The Greyhound in Corfe Castle. The nearest shop is in Langton Matravers ( a twenty five minute walk) but please check that they are open. There are Coop and Budgen supermarkets in Swanage and lots of smaller shops (a ten minute drive). We are surrounded by fields, some with cows and sheep and we are located on the South West Coast Path incorporating breath-taking views. We are lucky to live in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, home to many rare plants and animals. The Purbeck coastline is part of the ninety-five mile stretch known as the 'Jurassic Coast', named England’s first natural world heritage site in 2002 because of the unique insight it offers into 185 million years of the Earth’s history.
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Acton, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Enquire about 10% Discount during Feb and March. in Heart of Dorset, near Beautiful Countryside and Sites, for a Special getaway... a relaxing space, comforting classic furnishings, well stocked & equipped kitchenette, softest linens & sumptuous bed, and life's little luxuries included... We offer a 2nd Annex, also, with a spacious 2 room suite, with similar standard, comfort & style. SO, PLEASE HAVE A LOOK AT OUR "LOVELY SELF-CONTAINED GARDEN ROOMS" LISTING HERE ON AIRBNB, ALSO.
OVERVIEW: A beautifully furnished self-contained annex in the garden of our old thatched home. Originally built as a victorian laundry, the accommodation has been lovingly converted, to comprise of a large bedroom, equipped kitchenette-dressing area, and bathroom with shower, fluffy towels and selection of toiletries. The furnishings are classic traditional and unfussy, with oak cabinetry, a cafe table and pair of armchairs, and antique dresser, and many designer details. The curtains are thick and warm, the cottage dark and very quiet, so a good rest is hopefully assured. MEDIA & ACTIVITIES: The cottage has wi-fi, flat screen tv and dvd with freesat, and an extensive library of films, books, OS maps and music is available for your use. We are very familiar with the area, so can help with journey planning and finding luscious pubs. Also, a picnic hamper, rug, chairs and sun umbrella are available for days out. Please simply ask if need anything. SLEEP: We have furnished the property with possibly the most sumptuous comfy bed! VSpring with feather topper and squidgy feather pillows and duvet layers in 600 thread count luxurious linens, and soft throws. Equally cosy hypoallergenic bedding is available upon request. ADDITIONAL GUESTS: There is plenty of room for a travel cot- extra bed available here, such as if you are travelling with your baby or older child, simply ask. PETS: Pets are welcome by prior consent. Also, please be mindful of ours, as we have 2 dogs and a cat. They are very friendly, are never in guest rooms and can be kept in the main home as you may want and need. BREAKFAST: Tea, coffee, juices and nibbles will be provided. A continental breakfast, including selection of fresh breads and fruits, cereals, cheeses and yoghurts, will be available in your room, or optionally a full English or American is available upon request, in your room or the dining room. Little extras can be arranged, such as vase of flowers or bubbly to mark an occasion upon arrival, so please enquire.
We live away from the main road in a peaceful central village location with trees and relaxing cottage garden to enjoy, near the church and down the lane from village green and hall. There is ample space to park your car off-road. Lovely scenery, friendly gentle village w/ sense of community, near to several interesting places. I've simply always felt so @ home, cosy and comfortable here!
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Durweston, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Lovingly converted barn in a gorgeous courtyard setting, we have kept as many of the original features as possible. Extremely well equipped with super king bed and amazing walk in shower, the kitchen has everything to make your stay as comfortable as possible. There is plenty of outside space and you are welcome to make use of our tennis court, bicycles can be provided so you can explore the local area.
The Potting Shed is in a lovely courtyard along with The Dairy. The main farmhouse is across the courtyard so you are private and but we are here should you require anything. The Potting Shed is a spacious luxury barn conversion, originally part of the pig sty to the farmhouse. We have enjoyed finding antique and vintage furniture from local auction houses to give a homely feel. The kitchen is extremely well equipped, with dishwasher, induction hob and fan oven. Wood burning stove ideal for cosy nights in, there is also Smart TV with Bluetooth soundbar. Having rented many holiday lets over the years I know what is needed to make your stay relaxing and enjoyable. We can provide additional fridge and freezer space for longer stays, please ask. There is also a travel cot available. The local area has much to offer from Artisan courses in stone carving, metal work and pottery. Perfectly situated for bird watching on the Avalon Marches famous for its Starling murmurations. The Jurassic Coast is only 45 mins away, wonderful walking whatever time of year. The immediate area has a wealth of NT properties within 20mins, Montacute, Barrington Court, Muchelney Abbey, Lytes Cary. East Lambrook Manor Gardens (5 mins) created by the famous Margery Fish http://www.eastlambrook.com/pages Well behaved dogs are allowed by prior arrangement.
Coat is a beautiful conservation village which is situated just 3 miles from the A303. Somerset is a wonderful a county with glorious unspoilt countryside, numerous National Trust properties, wonderful walking, excellent pubs and restaurants, and many local artisan courses. The local area is known for its cider orchards and there are two cider distilleries within 5 miles of us, Somerset Cider Brandy - https://www.somersetciderbrandy.com/ and Harry’s - https://www.harryscidercompany.co.uk/ There are lots of good local pubs/restaurants some of which I have listed below. The Wyndham Arms, Kingsbury Episcopi - 5 mins The Devonshire Arms, Long Sutton - 10 mins The Cat Head Inn, Chiselborough - 10 mins The Lamb & Lion, Hambridge - 10 mins The Kitchen, Langport - 15 mins The White Hart, Somerton - 15 mins The Firehouse, Curry Rival - 15 mins The Barrington Boar, Barrington - 15 mins Lord Poulett Arms, Hinton St George - 15/20 mins East Lambrook Manor Gardens Home of the famous Margery Fish are 5 mins away - http://www.eastlambrook.com/pages/ There are numerous National Trust properties within 15mins of us, most notably being Barrington Court and Montacute, Mulcheney Abbey, Lytes Cary Manor is just 20 mins away. The Jurassic Coast, Lyme Regis and Bridport are approximately 45mins away. Bridport has an excellent Saturday market. Frome has a wonderful brocante/artisan food market on the first Sunday of each month. The famous Burrow Hill Cider Farm is well worth a visit many delicious drinks to sample, tours of the distillery and orchards can be organised, do walk up Burrow Hill for the most amazing views of the local area - https://www.somersetciderbrandy.com/ Sally Kent (5 mins) - https://www.sallykentglass.co.uk/ Wonderful splash backs, ornaments and courses Barrington Pottery (15 mins) holds pottery classes - https://barringtonpottery.com/ Blacksmith courses where you can also make axes and knives are held on Over Stratton (15 mins) - http://www.alexpoleironwork.com/courses/ Hayes International Motor Museum, Sparkford (15 mins) - https://www.haynesmotormuseum.com/ Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Museum (10-15 mins) - http://www.fleetairarm.com/ Hauser & Wirth Museum, Bruton (30 mins) - https://www.hauserwirthsomerset.com/garden Roth Bar & Grill @ Hauser & Wirth - excellent food and special outdoor dining events - https:// www.rothbarandgrill.co.uk/ Glastonbury - 18 miles (30 mins) Kingsbury Episcopi is our nearest village it has a small community shop and cafe selling local vegetables and all the essentials it is next to the recreation ground, there is also a pub in the village. The village of Martock (1.5 miles) has an excellent butchers and baker together with a Co-op for essentials and a post office. It has a good Farmers market on the second Saturday of each month. There is also a Doctors Surgery and Dentists. South Petherton (3.5 miles) is a charming village, with butcher, baker, greengrocer, wine merchant and excellent deli cafe. The Trading Post - http://www.tradingpostfarmshop.co.uk/ - in Lopenhead (5 miles) is an award winning Farm Shop and Deli with Cafe as well, definitely worth a visit. Further afield Langport, Crewkerne, Yeovil and Sherborne have a large selection of shops and supermarkets.
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Coat, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Although recently built, this building actually seems older than the farmhouse it's next to. With oak beamed roof trusses and stone walls inside and out there is a sense of permanence about this place. Shortlake Cottage is located just off a quiet no-through-road and looks out over fields to the coast beyond. As well as the views, the SW Coastpath is nearby for walks into Weymouth (3m) and Lulworth Cove (7m). Osmington village with The Sly Fox pub, and a couple of small shops, is about a 5 minutes walk away. The walk to Shortlake Farm's private beach takes just 10 minutes or so across the fields.
Although recently built, this building actually seems older than the farmhouse it's next to. With oak beamed roof trusses and stone walls inside and out there is a sense of permanence about this place. Shortlake Cottage is located just off a quiet no-through-road and looks out over fields to the coast beyond. As well as the views, the SW Coastpath is nearby for walks into Weymouth (3m) and Lulworth Cove (7m). Osmington village with The Sly Fox pub, and a couple of small shops, is about a 5 minutes walk away. The walk to Shortlake Farm's private beach takes just 10 minutes or so across the fields.
The anexe is situated on farm track off a no through road, there is access to the beach.
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Weymouth, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Welcome to The Pond House! Nestled away at the end of the lane, on the cusp of country walks and soothing views, is where you'll find The Pond House. Just a short drive to the famously beautiful World Heritage Site of The Jurassic Coast and situated in Dorset's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Pond House is the perfect base to explore some of Dorset's most loved scenery. Max 2 dogs welcome, but please inform me beforehand. A £10 charge may be added at the end if there is extra cleaning.
COVID 19 UPDATE: In line with government guidelines, I am only taking new bookings from 4th JULY 2020. Please get in touch if you have any questions. Thank you :) The Pond House is located along a country lane that ends in a bridle path. There are no noisy main roads or constant through traffic and pollution to disturb your peace and quiet. You have your own detached space with your own parking and entrance. The bedroom and living area is a large studio space with a lovely old restored Villager woodburner facing the bed, so you can fall asleep to the sound of wood cracking away and the orange glow of cosiness. Huge glass doors and large double glazed windows fill the room with light and the view is into your own private garden with a big pond and seating area. This is a newly converted space that was once an old farm building with vast amounts of concrete. It has had new life breathed into it over the past year and the garden and pond are both new, with native trees and fruit trees planted in the hope that it will be a space enjoyed by visiting guests, wildlife, birds and aquatic creatures as the pond is discovered in the spring. The Pond House is rough around the edges and cosy where it counts. It is not luxury, it's cosy and designed as a space to be used by those who are looking for a quiet, relaxed countryside stay with no TV or WIFI. The Kitchen comes stocked with tea and coffee. There is a toaster, hot water, fridge with freezer, a 2 ring hob and saucepans etc. It's basic but has all you will need to cook simple meals. The bathroom is spacious and bright with a flushing toilet, hot water at the sink and an electric shower over a reclaimed bath. The bath does not function as a bath, only as a place to shower. There is an electric towel rail and towels are provided. Please be aware that the wood burner is the only heating in The Pond House. There is no central or electric heating - please be aware of this before you arrive so you are not disappointed. In winter the fire will be lit before you arrive so it will be nice and toasty and you can just relax. Matches and firelighters are provided. The first load of wood is included, if you require more you can purchase another load for £10 or purchase a bag of wood at the garden centre in Bridport. Please only burn wood, the Villager is NOT a multi-fuel burner and burning coal or other fuels may damage it.
We are a 10-15 minute drive from the seaside. West Bay is your closest beach, and it has plenty of places to eat, lots of fish and chip stalls and an old harbour full of boats. Drive west along the coast road and you'll find Golden Cap, the highest cliff on the Jurassic Coast, and Lyme Regis, the fossil capital of the UK and home to some wonderful restaurants. Lewesdon Hill, Dorset's highest hill, is just 5 minutes away by car. Once an Iron Age Hill Fort, it is covered in ancient beech and oak trees and filled with bluebells every spring. We highly recommend a visit and the views at the top will not disappoint. You have some of the best country walks straight from The Pond House. The Brit Valley Way will take you all the way to West Bay and the footpaths around Netherbury offer some gentle and some more challenging walks. For all your foodie needs look no further than Washingpool Farm Shop (which you may recognise from Broadchurch) where you will find the very best local produce to cook up a taste of country life. Bridport and Beaminster both have great restaurants and pubs and Bridport also has an antiques and food market every Wednesday and Saturday. There are many supermarkets too, takeaways and quiet corners to fill your spirits. We are very lucky to be a short walk from the Award Winning Furleigh Wine Estate. Pre-book for a tour of their vineyards and a tasting session of their fabulous British white wines. The Hare & Hounds pub is a 10-15 minute walk along the footpaths and does great beer and food. It's dog friendly and has a large garden.
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Netherbury, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Please see below for Covid-19 measures Self-contained shepherds hut in the heart of the New Forest National Park. The perfect glamping experience for lovers of the outdoors who prefer some warm home comforts. Fully insulated and heated. South facing with stunning views, surrounded by wildlife and the New Forest on the doorstep. Self Check in. Great pub, award winning farm shop and 2 cafes all walkable. Quick and easy access to explore the many villages, towns, cities and beaches nearby.
* In light of the Covid 19 health emergency, I’d like to reassure my guests that I have a very high standard of cleanliness and I clean and disinfect all surfaces, the bathroom and kitchen including the cupboard handles, window furniture, door handles, light switches, soap dispenser, washing up liquid bottle, tv remote control, the door key, etc. The bedding and towels are washed at 60 degrees and for now I have removed the scatter cushions and blanket on the bed unless I can wash and dry them ready for my next guests. Our local pub is offering a take away service and the local farm shop which is an easy 1/2 mile walk away is open allowing one person in at a time. We are positioned in the middle of the countryside where you don’t have to come into contact with anybody else if you don’t wish to. You have more chance of meeting a wild pony! It’s self check in so you don’t even have to have any contact with me! I have also set our booking calendar to allow for the hut to be empty for 24 hours between guests rather than guests leaving and arriving on the same day. *Length of stay discounts automatically apply to stays of 3 nights or more and increases the more nights that are booked with 15% off weekly bookings (7 nights). * Late booking discounts. *No extra cleaning fee charged. Situated on the north/west side of the New Forest National Park, a very short drive from the historic market towns of Fordingbridge and Ringwood, ‘Maurietty’ offers an idyllic place to relax and unwind. Located away from roads and a short way along a forest track, it is set on the edge of our 3 ½ acre grounds approximately 100 metres from our house (which is out of view). Stunning south facing views across our paddocks and countryside beyond. However you are not isolated here - there is quick and easy access to all main roads for visitors to explore the many villages, towns, cities and beaches that Hampshire, Dorset and Wiltshire have to offer (if you can tear yourself away from your little retreat!). There is a footpath at the back of our house which goes along the edge of our paddocks which is the best route to take to Hockeys Farm Shop and cafe, and The Royal Oak Pub is a 20 minute walk away (left out of our gates to bottom of track and turn right). There is another café 'The Potting Shed' in Hyde which is approx. a 15/20 minute walk across the common (left out of our gates, up track a short way and take first right at 'Gorley Firs' which will take you up onto the common). This shepherd's hut offers character and comfort in spades. The little bijou beauty is like a tardis offering a warm and cosy retreat. Inside the fully insulated bespoke hut you'll find all the comforts you would expect from luxury self-catering accommodation. A bathroom with 800x800 shower, wc, wash basin and electric ladder radiator. A kitchenette with belfast sink, microwave, cafetiere, kettle, toaster, electric cooking/frying pan, small chiller fridge, all cutlery and crockery and electric radiator. The 4'6" double bed is built in across one end of the hut with storage underneath, a window and tv with built in freesat and dvd player for those british rainy days when you might want to tuck up and get cosy and watch a film. South facing double french doors flood the hut with sunshine on brighter days and provide a beautiful view out across open fields. Outside there is a designated parking space right next to the hut and an outdoor seating area looking out at the view. Access to the property is via an electric gated entrance for which you will be provided with a code. The site once formed part of Ibsley RAF base during World War II. The block of stables that you look out onto is the old latrine block and a couple of Stanton air raid shelters are in the paddock. Literally to the rear of the hut is the open New Forest. Horse riders frequently go by as well as wildlife such as the New Forest ponies, cattle, donkeys, deer, foxes, badgers and an abundance of birds such as buzzards which are often seen circling above the trees during the summer months. Award- winning farm shop and cafe that also offers bike hire 0.5 mile (follow the footpath that starts at the back corner of our property), horse riding 1 mile, watersports and fishing lakes 2 miles, thatched pub with restaurant 1 mile (15/20 minute walk). Ringwood (with a Waitrose, Lidl and Sainsbury's) 5 miles and Fordingbridge (with a Co-op and Tesco Express) 2.5 miles. ****If the dates you would like to book won't fit into the booking calendar then please send me a booking request and I will try to accommodate you. ****Unfortunately we don’t allow dogs in the hut. ****Please have a look through the ‘house rules’ and it’s important you follow my directions to find us easily. ****Please note that WiFi can be unreliable due to our countryside location despite the area recently having fibre optic broadband installed! It’s something we’ve learnt to live with. We can always pick up 3G or 4G.
The New Forest is a former royal hunting ground in the south of England. It was created in 1079 by William I. Nearly 1000 years later the ancient landscape remains almost unchanged and in March 2005 was designated the 8th National Park in England.
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Hampshire, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Please see below for Covid 19 measures ‘Little Gate House' is an idyllic country retreat for couples in the heart of the New Forest National Park. A cosy self-contained cabin with enclosed garden.South facing elevated position with gorgeous views.The New Forest is literally on the doorstep and yet there is easy access to the nearby towns, villages, cities and beaches the area has to offer. Self check in. Fab pub,2 cafes (1 with farm shop) all an easy walk. 1 dog allowed - £25 extra in total
* * In light of the Covid 19 health emergency, I’d like to reassure my guests that I have a very high standard of cleanliness and I clean and disinfect all surfaces, the bathroom and kitchen including the cupboard handles, window furniture, door handles, light switches, soap dispenser, washing up liquid bottle, tv remote controls, the door key, etc. The bedding and towels are washed at 60 degrees and for now I have removed the scatter cushions and blanket on the bed and sofa unless I can wash and dry them ready for my next guests. The sofa is also wiped down with hot water and bleach. Our local pub is offering a take away service and the local farm shop which is an easy 1/2 mile walk away is open allowing one person in at a time. We are positioned in the middle of the countryside where you don’t have to come into contact with anybody else. You have more chance of meeting a wild pony! It’s self check in so you don’t even have to have any contact with me! I have also set our booking calendar to allow for the hut to be empty for 24 hours between guests rather than guests leaving and arriving on the same day. *Discounts automatically apply to stays of 3 nights or more and goes up the more nights you stay with 12% off a week (7 night) booking. *No extra cleaning fee charged. Little Gate House is located a short drive up a forest gravel track set on it’s own in the corner of our 3 ½ acre grounds providing visitors with a high degree of privacy and peace. The site once formed part of Ibsley RAF base during World War II and Little Gate House was one of the original maycrete buildings. The block of stables that you look out onto is the old latrine block and a couple of Stanton air raid shelters are in the paddock. Literally to the rear of the cabin is the open New Forest providing a whopping 140,000 acres of stunning landscape to explore. Horse riders frequently go by as well as wildlife such as the New Forest ponies, cattle, donkeys, deer, foxes, badgers and an abundance of birds such as owls, woodpeckers and buzzards which are often seen circling above the trees during the summer months. Well designed, the Little Gate House provides a compact yet light and airy space. Inside the fully insulated bespoke cabin, you'll find all the comforts you would expect from luxury self-catering accommodation. Living room open plan with fully equipped kitchen/dining area with full height ceilings, a wood-burning stove and double French doors opening onto a large area of south-facing decking. Cosy bijou double bedroom with full height built-in wardrobe and extra storage space above the bed useful for storing bags etc. En-suite bathroom with over-bath shower, basin, electric ladder radiator and toilet. Wooden floors throughout. Many guests have described Little Gate House as being "Small, but perfectly formed and equipped with everything you need". Enclosed private garden to the side of the cabin ideal for your dog to stretch their legs! Although guests have the convenience of access straight onto the New Forest, there is also quick and easy access to all main roads for visitors to explore the many villages, towns, cities and beaches that Hampshire, Dorset and Wiltshire have to offer. Riding stables 1 mile, watersports/fishing 2 miles, award-winning 'Hockey's Farm' shop and café 10 min walk, the lovely 'Royal Oak' thatched pub and restaurant 20 min walk, 'The Potting Shed' café at Hyde 20 min walk. Ringwood (with a Waitrose, Lidl and Sainsbury's) 5 miles and Fordingbridge (with a Co-op and Tesco Express) 2.5 miles. To walk to Hockeys Farm - left out of electric gates, walk up track behind our property and take the footpath on the left at the corner of our boundary fence, walk through paddocks padding my riding arena and across bottom field. Turn right onto the country lane and follow it to Hockeys Farm keeping to the left as you go. To walk to The Royal Oak - turn left out of electric gates and follow track to end and turn right onto the quiet country lane which will lead you to the pub which will be on your left. To walk to The Potting Shed - go left out of electric gates, go up track a little way and take the first right turn at a house called ‘Gorley Firs’. Walk to top of hill and stay straight and then walk down the hill onto Gorley Common. Walk straight across the common and on the other side of it you’ll walk up a short hill to a forest car park. Walk through the car park and turn left onto the country lane and follow it round to the cafe which will be on your right in a hamlet called ‘Hyde’. ***If the dates you would like to book won't fit into the booking calendar then please message me and I will try to accommodate you. ***We also have a fantastic newly built shepherds hut ('Maurietty') on with Airbnb which would enable a group of 4 people to come away together (2 in the hut and 2 in the cabin). ***Please note that WiFi can sometimes be unreliable due to our countryside location despite the area recently having fibre optic broadband installed. It’s something we’ve learnt to live with - thank goodness for 4G!! ***Extra charge of £25 for a dog payable in cash during your stay.
The New Forest is a former royal hunting ground in the south of England. It was created in 1079 by William I (known as William the Conqueror) as a hunting area, principally deer. Nearly 1000 years later the ancient landscape of his ‘Nova Foresta’ remains almost unchanged and in March 2005 was designated the 8th National Park in England. The park lies mainly in south-west Hampshire, from east of the Avon Valley to Southampton water and from the Solent coast to the edge of the Wiltshire chalk downs covering some 140,000 acres. It is a unique area of historical, ecological and agricultural significance, and retains many of the rural practices conceded by the Crown in historical times to local people. Principal of these is the pasturing of ponies, cattle, pigs and donkeys in the open forest by local inhabitants known as commoners. It is an outstanding recreational area for walking, cycling and riding. North Gorley is a hamlet in the New Forest National Park. Its nearest town is Fordingbridge, which lies approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) north of the hamlet. North Gorley is very quiet and has narrow country lanes which we share with ponies, donkeys, cattle, deer, horse riders etc. North Gorley has one inn, The Royal Oak, which claims to be a former Royal hunting lodge and is a 5 minute drive or a 15/20 minute walk and serves great food. Guests can also walk to the award-winning café and farm shop 'Hockeys Farm' which is approx. half a mile away in South Gorley . They serve an all day cooked breakfast and also provide a bike hire service. It's a 5 minute drive to the A338 which gives access north to Fordingbridge and the medieval cathedral city of Salisbury, and south to Ringwood and the A31 east to Southampton and west to Bournemouth and Poole. It's a 25 minute drive to the South Coast's beautiful beaches. The New Forest is known as a lovely tourist honey pot, but there is a big local secret: the north west quarter is quiet and remote. This is the 'proper' Forest with lovely quiet countryside, animals galore, and even on a bank holiday weekend you can still walk for miles without meeting another person. However, The tourist towns and villages such as Burley, Beaulieu, Brockenhurst, Lyndhurst and Lymington are all easily accessible and well worth a visit. Our favourite is Lymington which is a beautiful 35/40 minute drive through The New Forest going through Burley. Beaulieu is also very quaint and picturesque with an Abbey and there's a lovely walk from Beaulieu village centre to Bucklers Hard.
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Hampshire, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

The Barn is a delightful studio apartment, situated next to our family home in the quaint village of Burley, New Forest. Recently refurbished, the barn features an open plan living, kitchen and sleeping area with its own private entrance and small outside space with eating area and space for a BBQ. It is a truly fantastic base for you to enjoy what the national park has to offer; including walking, bike riding, horse riding, or exploring the beaches of the south coast.
Inside, the barn features a full kitchen which includes an oven, hob, microwave and tea/coffee making facilities. A choice of eating areas either at the breakfast bar or at the dining area table. There is a comfortable sitting area with Smart TV, wireless internet and whole range of DVD’s, books, board games - something for every one to enjoy. Our guests can enjoy a cosy reading corner with high back chair and a overhead lamp. There is also a self-contained shower room which features a sink, toilet and freestanding shower.
The Barn is surrounded by woodland, and just 100 meters from open new forest heathland, with spectacular views reaching towards the Purbecks. This is an amazing spot for a picnic glass of wine or a beer and watch one of the best sunset views in the new forest over the moor. We have picnic blankets and hamper for our guests to enjoy as they wish. We regularly have deer and horses outside the gates grazing which our guests love to see. The village is a 15 min walk through the woods in both directions which loop around to make a really nice distance stroll, with a pub or cafe break in the middle. The village has a couple of country pubs perfect for a nice meal and drink, and a selection of quirky shops. Just 3 miles down the road is the Market Town of Ringwood with a range shops and supermarkets.
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Burley, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

A self contained hilltop retreat with stunning panoramic rural views. The Pink Tower is a wooden octagonal building attached to the owners cottage on a working farm (pigs, sheep, arable). Set a quarter of a mile along the ancient OxDrove renowned for beautiful walks, it is situated right on the borders of Wiltshire, Dorset and Hampshire.
Light, airy living area and kitchen is located on the top floor with the bedroom and bathroom downstairs. Private entrance gate off the track leads into a small enclosed garden with gravel areas and flower beds. Two wooden steps lead onto decking and the property's own front door.
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Salisbury, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

The Milking Parlour is just 3 miles from Sherborne & Yeovil. A great base to the South West. Enjoy the uninterrupted views across the Somerset and Dorset countryside and the peaceful location. 5*Adber Barns (The WoodShed also available) are great rooms for couples, small families, walkers, local pub adventures and business travellers. Fully equipped kitchenette, TV and large walk in rainfall shower. Welcome basket on arrival & friendly hosts. Outdoor seating area and BBQ to use for the summer!
Some fantastic local places to eat, walking distance and staggering distance! Fantastic views, newly built, tastefully decorated and an amazing rainfall showers that’s not the size of a small cupboard! Drop us an email and we’re happy to advise where to go & what to do. Although self-catering, the room always is stocked when you arrive with with Tea/ coffee/ milk/ washing-up liquid/ tea towel. There are basic cooking facilities in the kitchenette - fridge, microwave, cooker ring - with all the cutlery, plates, glasses etc you’d need.
Close to both Sherborne and Yeovil, but tucked away in a quiet hamlet you’d never know how close you are to local towns. Peace and quite guaranteed - possibly the odd cockerel or cow noise - but our guests frequently tell us how well they sleep.
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Sherborne , Dorset, An Ríocht Aontaithe

This little studio is lovely and bright with it's own entrance. It has a small kitchenette and a shower room. It can be set up as a double or twin. There is a garden for your use which has stunning views of the hills and bay. It's close to the coastal path for wonderful walking opportunities and is just 0.8 mile/15 min walk, to the seafront/centre. Kitchenette has microwave,kettle, toaster, very small fridge, teas, coffee, milk, bread, preserves and cereals. Parking is on the road and plentiful
The studio is brick built and is completely self contained with its own entrance. It is light and bright, with a lovely view across to the purbeck ridgeway and the sea, when standing. The bedroom area measures approx 3.5x3.5 mtrs with a separate kitchenette and shower room. It should be noted that the ceiling slopes from 2.1 mtrs (6ft 9) at the front, to 1.9 mtrs (6ft 2) at the back. The bedroom and shower room have heating. I am told that the bed is extremely comfortable. It's a 5' 2" king size that can be split into two 2' 6" singles for twin occupancy. A fold up table and chairs is provided for you to dine in the bedroom. There is covered storage for bikes etc,and for walkers/cyclists to hang waterproofs to dry( please ask when you arrive). A launderette is just a few minutes away by foot. Please note that the fridge is only for bare essentials, as it is only about 18 inches square.
I am situated on the Jurrasic coast which is a World heritage site with walks along the coast plus the Purbeck Ridgeway, which affords stunning views over Poole Harbour on one side, the Purbeck Valley to the other, with Corfe Castle on the route. From my place it's easy to get onto the coast path (20 mins walk) and I'm also situated on the Priests Way which is a lovely 3.5 mile walk or cycle to the pretty village of Worth Matravers, with a superb vintage tea/ lunch /supper room the legendary Square and Compass pub(look it up) . The path has been recently resurfaced with loose stone so is accessible all year round. Most of the costal area is open access, so there are many other lovely walks from your door, including a walk through Dorset Wildlife Trust's Townsend Reserve, through to Dorset County Councils, Durlston Country Park and lots of National Trust Land. A few mins walk away is a caravan park with a bar and swimming pool for public use. There is a lovely safe beach in the town with easy access to the shops and eateries. within a short walk to there is a more secluded/ quieter beach, (north beach). The beach has again been awarded the coveted blue star for water quality in 2019 and North Beach is listed in the top 5 best beaches of Dorset . There are opportunities here to enjoy water and land sports such as kayaking, paddle boarding, coasteering, climbing etc. The RSBP nature reserve of Arne is nearby which was the location for the BBC's 2016/2017 Autumn Watch and Winter Watch highlighting its significant importance for wildlife, not only nationally but internationally too. The National Trust Studland Bay is 3 miles from here, with its fabulous 4 mile stretch of fine golden sands backed by an vast area of sand dunes and heathland full of wildlife. There are a few of good restaurants, and lots of lovely independent cafes in town. Daytime, Java is particularly good for coffee, vegan and vegetarian food, and Love Cake has a wide lunch /teatime menu. Evenings, Bliss and Chilled Red are recommended. All the pubs also serve food. The Black Swan is of particularly good quality (evening service Monday to Saturday and Sunday's lunch only) and is only a 5 min walk from here (early booking advisable. Phone them to book anytime after 5.30 daily ). A few of the pubs have live music at the weekends, but not all, so you can avoid that if you wish. There is a good variety of small independant shops selling a range of goods to suit various budgets, ideal for a good mooch about town. There are two supermarkets in the town both open until late Mon to Sat, a mini market close by that opens everyday until 20.00 including Sundays. Also Arkwrights spar convenience store open daily, from early to 22.00 is about a 5 min walk and the Texaco garage spar shop, a 10 min walk, is open early until 23.00. The Purbeck area and Swanage itself, hosts a wide variety of music and arts festivals, throughout the year to cover most people's taste. Also many organised walks, and nature based events led by various experts are available throughout the year too. The Web site 'Visit Dorset.com' is a good source of information for the local area and beyond. Walking into the centre of town from here is 10 /15 mins on lit streets, that are switched off at midnight.
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Swanage, An Ríocht Aontaithe

The Salt Box is perfect for solo adventurers, business travellers and couples. It is small, but we think "perfectly formed"! Easy to get to, being 5 minutes from the A303.
Newly converted in 2017, The Salt Box offers a compact studio space with everything you need for an overnight stop or longer break. There is a modern shower room and plenty of outside space for parking. The kitchen includes an induction hob, combination oven/microwave, fridge freezer and kettle & toaster. We provide the basics for a drink and snacks when you arrive.
Take a pause and breathe in the tranquility of Somerset in this quiet hamlet. There are loads of good local pub/restaurants, several National Trust houses close by and the Jurassic Coast is under an hours drive away to the south.
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Compton Durville, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Gorgeous 2nd floor studio flat in a lovely Grade 2 listed building with fantastic views over the Crown Meadows. Situated in the heart of the Georgian town of Blandford in Dorset. It is a perfect base to explore from - the Jurassic Coast, New Forest National Park or Gold Hill in Shaftesbury are all approximately a half hour drive away. There are buses to get around if required
No 9 has recently been refurbished to a high standard throughout. It’s a lovely space with big dual aspect windows with fantastic views. It has a fridge, washer/dryer and full cooking facilities together with a microwave and toaster. The bright bathroom has a large mirror, a heated towel rail and a lovely powerful shower. In the living area there is a flatscreen smart tv and WiFi. There is also a large unit for clothes, a hanging area and a table and chairs. The double bed can be lifted up to store any suitcases and bags and also contains an iron and board. The hoover is also underneath should you require it. There is a hairdryer in the drawer of the unit. Tea, coffee, sugar and biscuits are provided and a pint of milk will be in the fridge ready for a cuppa on your arrival! I also provide a selection of breakfast cereals and porridge. * PLEASE NOTE - no milk will be provided at the moment due to shopping restrictions so please bring your own if you require it * Information leaflets on local attractions and takeaway menus are in the drawer. I live very close by so if there is anything else you require I can try and sort very quickly. I look forward to hosting you and hope you have an enjoyable stay in Blandford.
This lovely little flat is right in the centre of town. The Crown Hotel is opposite with a fantastic beer garden to sit enjoy the sunshine. There are numerous restaurants and takeaways in the town, all just minutes away on foot, if you don’t feel like cooking! Morrison’s supermarket is very close by and is open until 9pm
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Dorset, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Spacious, comfy and well equipped house 5 min walk to Chesil Beach. Everything you would expect inc free superfast wi-fi, well equipped kitchen including dishwasher and a cosy log burner in living room. Scandi style décor with a luxe feel. Situated on the Jurassic Coast, close to local amenities, the whole of this tiny island is a haven for walkers, climbers, sailors and birdwatchers, together with a good choice of shops, pubs and restaurants.
Rosa Cottage is 5 min walk to Chesil Beach, ideal for exploring Portland and all it has to offer. Pubs and restaurants on your doorstep, and only a 5 min drive from The National Sailing Academy. Rosa Cottage is in a quiet residential street yet close to high street in Portland. Plenty of bars and restaurants within a few min walking distance.
Plenty of bars, restaurants and also a Co-op and other small shops a few min walk away. The National Sailing Academy is a 5 min drive or 15 min walk away. Local attractions 250 metres from South West Coast part, Jurassic Coast Portland Castle – 10 minutes walk away down the hill. Sailing academy – 15 minutes walk - lots of watersports to watch or try. Osprey Leisure Centre – 10 minutes walk down the hill. Gym, pool, squash, table tennis etc. Tennis courts and basketball court – 3 minutes walk - Victoria Gardens over Victory Road. (Free) Portland Skate Park – along the Portland Beach Road 10 minutes walk. Tout Quarry Sculpture Park - 10 min walk DT5 1BW
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Dorset, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Tranquil, s/c compact garden studio with lovely views from your bed & beyond in the picturesque hamlet of Ryall. Next to owners' eco-house & midway btwn Lyme Regis & West Bay, its ideally placed for the magnificent walks & wildlife on the doorstep. Footpaths to Golden Cap, beaches, Charmouth, & Marshwood Vale. Local village, Whitchurch Canonicorum, has its own saint & holy well. Bustling Bridport, & Lyme Regis cliffs & restaurants are a short journey. Good local pub food & farm shop nearby.
The Walkers Retreat is a light, bright, compact (5X3m) studio space, detached and adjacent to our ecohouse and offering beautiful views through the east/west light on the rolling green hills of the Marshwood Vale. Thoughtfully designed and newly furnished, it has everything to make it a perfect short stay for one or two people who are keen to explore the attractions of this wonderful part of Dorset. It has a kitchenette with hob, microwave and silent fridge, sink, cutlery and pans. We provide tea and coffee and basic ingredients for breakfast. The living area has a small table and 2 comfy chairs which fold away to maximize use of space. There is a radiator, a small two person sofa and a TV and wifi. There is a separate shower room with shower, toilet and heated towel rail. Towards the back of the space there is a comfortable full size double wooden frame bed with new pocket sprung mattress and cotton linen. Please note the bed is on a solid raised area and head height when standing is limited here.
You can take paths North, South, East or West out of your door and enjoy some wonderful scenery each way. On a clear day, start by going up the (Hardown) hill behind - a ten minute stroll through an SSI heathland to enjoy the panoramic views to Portland, Golden cap, Lyme Regis and beyond. Up here, swathes of bluebells in Spring will be followed by purple sheets of Ling and Bell heathers during the Summer and clumps of giant parasol mushrooms in the Autumn. Coming down the other side of the hill, cross over to 200 acres of National Trust land with its scenic clifftop views and myriad of paths and fields leading to the Golden Cap, past St Wites Well. Or go the other way to the fossil beach and museum at Charmouth, When the tide is out you can walk on to Lyme Regis, the cobb and the attractions and quirky shops of the old town. Alternatively, walk down Butt Lane alongside fields overlooking the sea to reach the ancient smugglers route along Hells Lane (described in Julia Bradburys book on Britains best walks). An atmospheric stroll along the narrowest of lanes with gnarled tree roots often at head height past etchings in the sandstone rock on each side, then finally out the other end in to the “normal world” through to the small town of Chideock. You can then walk further on to Seatown where there is an excellent pub with great food by the beach. Returning to Chideock you can catch the bus a couple of miles on to the historic rope-making town Bridport with its eclectic mix of shops and people and a regular vintage market. Stop by cafe (Soulshine) before continuing to West Bay (approximately a mile round the corner) with its famous cliffs (the setting for Broadchurch), smart cafe/gallery, Sladers yard and small antique market. There are several good restaurants here and also a fantastic fishmonger with takeaway packs of fresh shellfish. You can get the bus back to the end of our lane hourly and a cab if in the evening (see below). Walking in a different direction yet again, inland, there is a lovely walk via our local village Whitchurch canonicorum taking in the Church of St Candida/St Wite) known as the Cathedral of the Vale, parts of which date back to 12th Century. Interred within for over 700 years is the Shrine of St Wite; the only other church in Britain with a similar shrine is Westminster Abbey. From this, you can walk (or cycle/drive) to Wootten Fitzpaine with some beautiful wildflower meadows where rarities such as Corky fruited water dropwort can be spotted along with more common drifts of wild narcissus, red clover, yellow rattle and various spotted orchids. Beyond this, Charmouth Forest has huge wooded areas of bluebells in Spring and makes a lovely walk through beech trees flanked in places by masses of Asplenium scolodenrium ferns. Venturing further afield, Trinity Hill, home of Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall and nearby Trill Farm; the latter set in magnificent wildflower meadows provide further attractions at specific times of the year. For horse-lovers, riding can be arranged very locally over the national trust land overlooking the sea. On a rainy day, the small museum at Lyme intriguingly set out around a spiral staircase provides a fascinating distraction. Continue on to the many quirky shops and fossil centre, perhaps taking coffee at the Giants and Idols coffee shop in Silver St or a light lunch at cafe Aroma set down below. Later on, the Harbour Inn near the Cobb is a good place to stop for an evening meal. After a day exploring, you can return to see hawks and buzzards priming the fields, horseshoe bats rising and dipping across the hill and the odd deer flitting across the lane. At nighttime, Owls and badgers are frequent visitors, (there is a badger trail at the foot of our garden), Nightjars and Glow worms can sometimes be seen round the corner on and around Hardown Hill in July (this makes a wonderful moonlit walk less than 10 minutes away). Eat out at several excellent nearby pubs (The Anchor Inn in Seatown is consistently good and reasonably priced) or The Olive Tree in Bridport is very popular; for a special occasion, The Station Kitchen in West Bay mostly set within a railway carriage is very good. Axminster also offers the popular River Cottage Canteen and a good pizza place (The Pisani). Alternatively, eat in with fresh produce from the award winning farm shop, at the end of our road!
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Ryall, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Lovely barn with private hot tub and heated shared pool (May to Sept). Countryside walks from the barn, including to one of three excellent pubs. Huge variety of places to visit within a short distance... Abbeys,Market towns, Tors, Henges to Smokeries, Cider Farms, Moors and Gardens.
This lovely barn has been sympathetically converted to provide a fabulous holiday home on the edge of the Somerset Levels, less than 1 mile from the traditional town of Langport it provides the perfect retreat for a couple. Walk to one of the three dog friendly local pubs serving great food and local beer and cider, watch the wildlife along one of the walks across the levels or cycle along the car-free tracks or flat roads. Alternatively travel a short distance to visit one of the many local attractions or market towns. At the end of the day relax in the hot tub or swim in the heated pool in season (up to 28 degrees in summer), snuggle in front of the wood burner or sit under the Cherry tree in the private garden. Set within a perfect spot for touring the beautiful countryside with a wealth of attractions to suit all tastes, within a short drive, including Longleat, Clarks Village at Street, Roman Bath and beaches on the north and south coastline. Enjoy delightful scenery and walks direct from the property and in the evenings visit one of many local excellent dog friendly pubs, all serving good food. Leisure facilities: Private hot tub (Available all year), shared outdoor, heated swimming pool (May to end of September). Table tennis on request. Outside: field available to exercise dogs with walks straight out. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen and electric included. Wi-fi available in the barn. Towels provided. Regret no smoking in the property. Location: beach 30 minute drive, shop and pubs under 1 mile. Accessed through a separate driveway, the accommodation is spacious and furnished to a good standard and offers ONE bedroom: double with en-suite shower room and WC, please take care as the bedroom is accessed via a steep open-tread space saver staircase, there is also an external stone staircase which provides access to the bedroom. Lounge/kitchen/diner: downstairs open-plan with TV, DVD, Freeview, woodburner (first basket of logs free), cooker, fridge and microwave. Shared utility: with washing machine in outbuilding. Outside: enclosed private garden with hot tub, seating and BBQ. Amenities: electric heating included. 2 dogs welcome by arrangement (£20 per dog).
Set within a perfect spot for touring the beautiful countryside with a wealth of attractions to suit all tastes, within a short drive, including Longleat, Clarks Village at Street, Roman Bath and beaches on the north and south coastline. Enjoy delightful scenery and walks direct from the property and in the evenings visit one of many local family and dog friendly pubs, all serving good food.
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Long Sutton, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

A unique and romantic hideaway, Quarryman's Cottage is dinner on the roof terrace watching the sunset over Lyme Bay & Charmouth, stargazing from the luxury freestanding bath, epic views from the double shower, reading under the old oak tree, BBQ's & firepits, leisurely walks to The Anchor at Seatown via Golden Cap or the coastal path, the sound of birdsong, the glimpse of a deer, curling up in front of the wood burner in winter. It is a tranquil & heavenly escape from the bustle of daily life.
Quarryman’s Cottage is a beautiful and newly renovated one bedroom cottage that was built in the mid 1800’s (it had never previously had mains electric or running water). Sitting over 600 feet above sea level, The Quarryman's Cottage has the most stunning far reaching views of Lyme Bay, Lyme Regis and Charmouth. As an upside down house it makes the most of those views. The open plan living and kitchen area on the top floor opens via French doors onto a large roof terrace in one direction and a paved terrace in the other. The bedroom and large luxury ensuite bathroom are downstairs. It has been thoughtfully designed to create a light and airy property with large window’s in all rooms and French doors also opening out from the bedroom. It is south west facing guaranteeing you sun all day and the most wonderful sunsets all year round. The cottage is furnished with an eclectic mix of old and new. Beautiful vintage wood furniture bought from local antique markets. Ercol 'straight back' dining chairs sit beside an antique pine table, an old headmasters book cupboard has been loving restored to create a pantry cupboard and an old Teak ships door, found on Sanna beach in the Scottish Highlands over 35 years ago adorns the wall. Reclaimed pine joists create the floor in the bedroom and upstairs, the original pine boards lovingly restored by the owners. An Oak and powder coated steel spiral staircase from Italy takes you between floors. The roof terrace is furnished with a heavy solid wood table and benches plus a BBQ. There are 2 bulkhead lights which at night illuminate the surrounding tree’s creating the feeling that you are sitting within them. The kitchen is fully kitted out to a high specification with a dishwasher, washing machine, gas hob, electric oven and a gorgeous Belfast sink hidden behind an oak worktop allowing for extra worktop space. It has everything you need to create fabulous home cooked meals if you opt to eat in. The living area has a 2 seater sofa, side table, dining table and chairs, a beautiful Charnwood wood-burner, a large window seat, a smart TV with built in DVD player and a bluetooth speaker for listening to music. The bedroom has a kingsize solid wood bed, hotel quality Egyptian cotton sheets and towels, two vintage Elm chairs for bedside tables, a large antique trunk, chest of drawers and a window seat with cushions and blankets. The large ensuite bathroom has been fitted to a very high standard. A stunning ‘double’ shower with far reaching views of Lyme Bay and Charmouth, a freestanding bath sits across the corner of the room under both windows allowing for a spot of stargazing, the freestanding sink sits upon a piece of reclaimed sycamore and the lighting hints at a nautical theme with stylish bulkheads, one of which which can also be dimmed allowing for ‘mood lighting’ whilst taking a bath. The garden comprises of various different area’s. The paved terrace is surrounded by a variety of tree’s and is a great sun trap. The woodland area under two large Oaks tree’s is perfect for lazy afternoons in the shade reading. The lawned area gets the sun for the whole of the day is a great spot for sun bathing and of course there is the afore mentioned roof terrace. There are two apple tree's which provide a constant supply of fruit in the Autumn. There is currently parking for one car on the lower access level however there will be an option to park at the top later in the year. Heating during the winter is via the woodburner as well as Haverland Wave electric radiators (with thermostat and timers). Wood is found at the back of the cottage in the log store. Well behaved dogs are very welcome.
Morcombelake is a wonderful coastal community surrounded by National Trust parks in West Dorset’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Quarryman’s Cottage at West Bullen is nestled into the side of Hardown Hill, a National Trust park which is heather covered in late Summer and Autumn. It also offers the most spectacular far reaching views over Lyme Bay to the West, the ancient farming land of The Marshwood Vale to the North and Golden Cap, Chesil Beach, and Portland to the South East. Hardown Hill is perfect for an early morning or an evening walk with or without your four legged friend, taking in the sunsets, far reaching views or for a spot of night time stargazing. The cottage is surrounded by a small woodland area which provide a home for deer, as well as owls and kites. Throughout the year a herd of Belted Galloway cow’s graze on a mature meadow which sits to the left of the property. The village boasts an fantastic farm shop ‘Felicities’, perfect for stocking up with local seasonal produce. There is a cafe called Annies which serves the ‘best cooked breakfast’ for miles as well as lunch and afternoon tea and the famous Moores Biscuits which has a shop and deli and bakes bread daily. There are many stunning walks directly from the cottage to the South West Coastal Path which then leads you towards Eype and West Bay via Golden Cap and or Charmouth and Lyme Regis in the other. Should you wish to walk as far as say Lyme Regis then there are buses which also take dogs to bring you back making it easy to leave the car behind. Sights such as the Holloway at Hell's Lane in North Chideock are also within walking distance. The seaside hamlet of Seatown is a gentle 45 minute walk via Langdon Woods and there you will find the award winning Anchor pub (tourism pub of the year 2017) which sits overlooking the beach. It serves five star food created with local produce and serves local wines and ale. West Bullen is situated up a quiet lane with no through traffic (apart from the local farmer). It is only a few miles from the beach at Seatown or Stonebarrow and Charmouth. It is a short drive to the seaside town of Lyme Regis and the famous sites at West Bay from the TV show Broadchurch. Throughout the year the area hosts some world class events: The Bridport Literary Festival, Dorset Art Weeks, Devon and Somerset Open Studios, The Bridport Food Festival, Food Rocks, Weymouth Seafood Festival, Lyme Regis Lifeboat Week, to name a few. If you want to venture a little further afield then we are 45 minutes from the stunning Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door to the East or Dartmoor to the West. Should you opt for some ‘non coastal’ days out then look no further than the spectacular Forde Abbey House and Gardens, Bicton Park, The Swannery at Abbotsbury, Mapperton House and Gardens or you could venture out on the Thomas Hardy tour.
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Morcombelake, Dorset, An Ríocht Aontaithe

Roy & Kim welcome you to Roys Retreat Shepherds Hut. Hand built by Roy, A Cosy retreat at the top of a private garden with stunning views overlooking the countryside. Lovely cosy little room with comfy double bed and clean linen, Own toilet and shower with clean towels. Tea & Coffee making facilities. We offer a BBQ with Charcoal and lighters for guests who like to enjoy outdoor cooking. Crockery, utensils and washing up area in shower room. A Great Glamping experience perfect for relaxing.
Our Shepherds Hut is cosy and unique, built by Roy completely from scratch. From the decking you can enjoy beautiful views across the surrounding hills or relax looking out across the neighbouring fields, often filled with Sheep. Enjoy coastal walks and stunning scenery from the doorstep, Lulworth Cove is just 15 minute walk, approx 1 mile down the road , while The famous Durdle Door is equally with in walking distance 30-40 mins depending on your pace. You can explore the coastline by Kyak, either your own or there is a place in the cove where you can hire. There are several Pubs which serve bar meals and other restaurants down through the village toward the Cove. The World famous Monkey World is a 20 minute drive away. We also have a couple of beautiful old beach towns close by, Weymouth, Swanage and the interesting Ruins of Corfe Castle with it's pretty village.
We live in a beautiful part of the country, The views from our house and Shepherds Hut are stunning all year round, and we have the added bonus of the famous Jurassic Coast on our doorstep.
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West Lulworth, England, An Ríocht Aontaithe

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