Bursting with character, charm and style, this beautifully converted 18th century threshing barn will be hard to leave behind.
Surrounded by 150 acres of Dorset farmland, this eye-catching property boasts beauty inside and out. Sleeping four people across two bedrooms and welcoming your two dogs too, you can make the most of the surrounds and meander together through verdant countryside. With such a fantastic array of walks and trails nearby, padded paws and boot-clad feet will love discovering the area and meeting the farm residents. After the day’s activities, return to your private haven to relieve tired limbs and give into some well-earned R&R.
Like something from the pages of a magazine, this property carefully and stylishly combines rustic features with thoughtfully chosen decorations and furnishings. With an open-plan design and overlooking the farmyard, the stunning downstairs areas intertwine, separated by wooden pillars and open beams, whilst upstairs a second lounge can be found with a TV. For light snacks and family meals, the kitchen has everything you could need for tongue-teasing delights. Gather around the gorgeous dining table for an evening repast, or head outside onto the split-level, unenclosed decked balcony for a al fresco meals and drinks. Whether you are outside soaking in the sunshine or admiring the views from the comforts of the sofa, your dogs will be happy to relax at your feet and reenergise for your next walkies.
With a vast choice of footpaths and activities nearby, it’d be easy to spend your whole holiday exploring the immediate surrounds. For fishing fanatics, the owners have a private pond in a tranquil spot where you can fish year-round. 10 miles away, Cerne Abbas is definitely worth a visit, famed for being home to Britain’s largest (and most controversial) chalk figure at 180ft tall. 10 miles away in the opposite direction, the market town of Blandford Forum is home to shops and eateries, including a dog-friendly pub.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.