This spacious converted barn has been sympathetically converted to retain plenty of original charm.
Escape to Dorset for a break filled with adventures across coast and countryside and call this humble abode home for a while. Sleeping four guests across two bedrooms, bring your dog along and enjoy having a ball with all the family. Perfect for families and friends with a love of the great outdoors, enjoy the 130 acres of surrounding land or head 4.5 miles to the fantastic Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site for a day full of buckets, spades and sea dips.
Follow the farm lane and pull up in one of two off-road parking spaces before heading inside to make yourselves at home. Sitting beneath vaulted ceilings, with exposed stonework adding character and charm, settle in the lounge area which makes up part of the open-plan living space. Great for keeping an eye on your pup and for socialising, the open-plan space also helps create a light, bright ambience so you can truly relax after days in the great outdoors. Grab a tipple from the fridge and cosy up on the sofas or fire up the BBQ and step outside for an al fresco feast. Enjoy balmy evenings on the patio before returning inside to snuggle up in front of the TV or shuffle a deck of cards and get competitive around the table. When it’s time for bed, the ground-floor twin has plenty of room to get comfortable and the galleried, first-floor bedroom is brimming with quirk and light, though you must take care of the sloping ceilings. Freshen up downstairs in the shower room, perfectly positioned near the door for rinsing off post-adventure, before heading out to explore.
Pack up a picnic, grab your swimmers and travel 4.5 miles to the golden sands of Weymouth. Backed by beautiful Georgian buildings, make your trip to the seaside a fun-filled, family-friendly day and visit the attractions, tuck into fish and chips and enjoy cooling off with a paddle or a refreshing dip in the sea. A 16.5-mile trip will bring you to the iconic bay at Lulworth Cove, admire the sights before wandering 1.5 miles to the magnificent natural arch of Durdle Door.