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Logements pour rester à Wareham

Logements pour rester à Wareham
Our home is close to The countryside and a town. You’ll love our place because of the views. Our home is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers. King size bed, single pull out sofa bed and a travel cot available. Check out our guide book for a few things to do and see in the area. We have a dog who is well behaved and does not go upstairs.
Spacious property situated on the outskirts of Wareham. Durdle Door & Jurassic coast within easy reach
Great area with amazing views and lots of wildlife.
  • Des hôtes extraordinaires qui ont fait de leur mieux pour que nous nous sentions à l'aise. Famille chaleureuse, accueillante et très sympathique. L'endroit était impeccable, spacieux et équipé de tout ce dont on pouvait avoir besoin. Endroit exceptionnel avec des hôtes extraordinaires. Hautement recommandé.

    Lorraine2019-07-07T00:00:00Z
  • Belle maison hospitalière

    Jim2019-07-03T00:00:00Z
  • La maison était plus que ce à quoi nous nous attendions et la famille était vraiment accommodante à tous points de vue. Je recommanderais un séjour chez Trudi!

    Adam2019-06-30T00:00:00Z
  • Lors de la visite, donnez une attention au chien, elle adore ça :)

    Remon2019-06-24T00:00:00Z
  • La chambre était très propre, le lit super confortable. Nous avons eu notre propre salle de bain dans le couloir pour un peu plus d'intimité. Trudy était très gentille et amicale et son mari a eu de bons conseils pour nous aussi. C'était un bon séjour et nous le recommandons à tout le monde

    Ole2019-06-23T00:00:00Z
  • Famille très accueillante avec une chambre très propre et d'autres installations. Nice pour obtenir le petit déjeuner inclus. Pratique pour Wareham / Corfe Castle et Swanage.

    Eugene2019-06-22T00:00:00Z
  • Je me sentais bien accueilli par des personnes bien équilibrées, non affectées et gentilles et par toute la famille.

    Marc2019-06-21T00:00:00Z
  • Trudi et Andi sont des hôtes merveilleux. La pièce est exactement comme sur la photo. J'ai eu un agréable et donc und le recommande à personne. Wareham est une charmante petite ville non loin des sites touristiques célèbres

    Melania2019-06-16T00:00:00Z
  • Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    3


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    The Shepherds hut is situated in its own woodland and is off grid. You will be able to take in the beautiful night sky and fall asleep to the tranquil sound of the stream trickling by and our owls twit twooing after a day of walking the coast line and visiting the RSPB at Arne . It has its own small log/coal burner to make it nice and cosy and there is a lovely comfy double bed to relax on. You will also hear the night time noises of our woodland friends -the foxes barking and the deer rutting.
    There is no wifi or electricity at the shepherds hut. This is your time away from your devices. The lighting is by lanterns powered by battery. So bring a good torch and some easy to slip on foot wear e.g. flip flops. If the weather forecast is inclement then waterproof foot gear is a good idea eg wellies. Come as if you are camping bringing your bedding (pillows, duvets & bottom sheet or sleeping bag) and wash things including towel. If you are cycling or coming by train or if you would just like us to provide you with bedding then we can happily do this for a small charge. There is a shower and loo in the downstairs of our house with independent access . This is about 100 yards away from the hut through a gate. We very much appreciate it if you can leave the hut as you find it by sweeping it out, clearing the ash from the fire and depositing your rubbish in the appropriately labelled bins by the shower room. We supply the first bucket of coal and kindling for you free of charge if you require any further buckets then there is a small charge of £5.
    Once voted by the Guardian as the best place to live in England, Wareham has a great Saturday market every week come rain or shine. There is a farmer's market on the 4th Thursday of the month and a weekly produce market run by the local auctioneers. There is also an urban farm shop called the Salt Pig and two supermarkets the Co-op and Sainsbury's.
  • Claire était un hôte exceptionnel, a fait tout son possible pour rendre notre séjour inoubliable et était très attentionné si nous avions besoin de quoi que ce soit. La cabane est parfaite et bien équipée. Entouré de bois, avec des sièges à l'extérieur et la possibilité d'avoir un petit feu, nous n'aurions pas pu demander plus. Je recommanderai certainement à des amis qui veulent visiter Dorset!

    Tia2019-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • La jolie petite hutte de Claire est parfaite si vous voulez retourner à la nature et ralentir. C'était très agréable de s'asseoir dehors dans la forêt, quand le soleil se couchait et se levait, on pouvait apprécier les oiseaux. Et nous avons même eu le temps idéal la première nuit pour faire un feu de camp. La salle de bain est très propre et proche, on se croirait dans un camping luxueux;) La cabane est très confortable, la petite cuisine est parfaite pour préparer des repas. Elle est bien équipée. Nous avons eu une nuit plus froide, il était facile d’utiliser le brûleur à charbon et il nous gardait bien au chaud. Construire le lit de haut en bas demande un peu de pratique, mais même ça, on s'y habitue :) Il est préférable de laisser la plupart de vos affaires dans la voiture (où vous pouvez vous garer très près) pour économiser de l'espace.

    Katja2019-09-11T00:00:00Z
  • Nous avons passé un merveilleux week-end à la cabane - très relaxant et tranquille. Je ne pouvais pas imaginer un meilleur week-end d'extinction.

    Sarah2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • Fortement recommandé, simple, magnifique, parfait.

    Brett2019-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Une belle et relaxante cabane qui vous permet de sortir dans la campagne et d'explorer la paisible Dorset. Claire est super serviable et la cabane est placée dans un cadre magnifique. Nous recommandons fortement !!

    Melaina2019-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • Le week-end, j'ai emmené ma petite amie chez Dorset pour la proposer à la belle porte de Durdle. Nous avons tous les deux adoré la région et Claire et Paul's Shepherd's Hut sont idéalement situés pour visiter tous les sites pittoresques. Je ne saurais trop remercier Claire et Paul pour leur hospitalité fantastique, contribuant à en faire un week-end encore plus spécial. La cabane de berger est un lieu de séjour unique, confortable et charmant. Nous avons aimé installer un feu de bois à l'extérieur et regarder les étoiles. Bien que ce soit un espace restreint, il dispose de tout ce dont vous avez besoin pour préparer un repas et vous détendre confortablement. Nous avons hâte d'y retourner! Aussi ma copine a dit oui :)

    Simon2019-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • Un charmant petit endroit - hautement recommandé

    Aaron2019-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent hébergement propre et confortable avec un excellent service fourni par Claire qui a fait un effort supplémentaire pour nous aider dans tous les sens. L'emplacement était pittoresque et paisible avec beaucoup d'endroits magnifiques et intéressants à visiter dans les environs, y compris Monkey World et la côte jurassique! Nous recommanderons cet endroit à tous nos amis comme une excellente escapade à la campagne. Merci encore pour tout :)

    Leon2019-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Cabane de berger (Royaume-Uni, France)


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Welcome to Apple Lodge, situated a stone's throw from the middle of Wareham and the whole of Purbeck on your doorstep. Apple Lodge is a well appointed, simple timber built room with a large screened off slice of our garden and your own hammock. Perfect for flopping down in after a long trip or day out exploring the gorgeous Dorset countryside - just in time for gazing at the stars from the recliners.
    Apple Lodge is a cedarwood built, carpeted room with electric. There you will find a comfortable double futon bed, fresh 100% cotton sheets, towels, blankets, hollow fibre pillows, feather duvet, reclining chairs, small table and stool, OS maps and leaflets, water container, kettle, crockery and cutlery for 2, storage, hooks, hangers and an electric oil heater. Outside is a screened off chunk of dappled garden and hammock strung in between a cherry and an apple tree. Parking is off road, plentiful and available pre and post check in/out if needed. Access across the garden and through the back of the house leads to your own toilet and basin and shared utility room with your own fridge and shared use of clothes washing machine, sink and ping pong table! Please note the nearest showering facilities are at the Sports Centre 300 yards away for which they charge £2.50 (at time of writing), there are none on site.
    We are very lucky in Wareham to have a thriving Saturday market, a Sports Centre (300 yards away), cafes, delis, 2 rivers, a huge forest, water sport hire facilities, many pubs (including CAMRA ones), historical walks and so much more in this ancient Saxon town. Whether it's (take a deep breath...) walking, fossil hunting, bird watching, cycling, rowing, kayaking, swimming, sailing, beach life, arts, steam trains, tanks, music, water sports or history you are after, we have it all in the beautiful Purbecks. OS maps for you to borrow and leaflets are available in Apple Lodge to help navigate our outstandingly beautiful surroundings. There are so many sites and places to visit it would be impossible to list them all, from Durdle Door to Lulworth Cove, Corfe Castle to Kimmeridge, Monkey World to the beach plus heathland, forests and nature reserves (as seen on Springwatch/Autumnwatch), we really do have something for everyone!
  • L'endroit de Rosie est tout simplement charmant. Parfaitement situé pour explorer la côte du Dorset et très proche de Wareham pour ses cafés, pubs et restaurants. La petite maison est vraiment confortable et le lit était propre et confortable. Rosie a tout ce dont vous avez besoin pour prendre une tasse de thé ou faire une petite collation avant de partir à la découverte. Il y a un frigo dans la buanderie, ce qui était génial pour y mettre quelques bouchées. Les toilettes étaient impeccables et nous ne trouvions pas cela pénible de faire partie de l'expérience du «glamping». (Malheureusement, le centre sportif a fermé plus tôt que prévu samedi soir, nous n'avons donc pas pris de douche. Vérifiez les heures d'ouverture avant de vous y rendre. Je pense qu'il est prévu de mettre une douche près de la maison, ce qui serait vraiment bénéfique). Dans l'ensemble, nous avons vraiment apprécié notre séjour et le recommanderais.

    Sonja2019-08-11T00:00:00Z
  • Ne vous attendez pas à trop de fioritures pour ce logement bon marché. Ce que vous obtenez est une excellente communication, une salle blanche, des propriétaires qui feront de leur mieux pour répondre à vos besoins. Cet endroit conviendra à quelqu'un qui passe, 2 jours maximum à mon avis, tout simplement par manque de douche. Vous avez un petit pavillon privé au bas du jardin des propriétaires, isolé et charmant. Convient aux voyageurs plus robustes, moins nécessiteux ou plus jeunes. Vraiment apprécié le séjour.

    Spikeybevan2019-07-30T00:00:00Z
  • Rosie et son mari étaient très sympathiques et accueillants. Ses réponses ont été rapides. Son Apple Lodge est situé dans l'endroit le plus pratique pour visiter de nombreuses attractions du Dorset. Son endroit élégant a tout ce dont nous avions besoin pour un séjour confortable. Cela nous a pris seulement 10 minutes à pied de Wareham High Street où vous pouvez trouver de jolis cafés et magasins locaux. (Personnellement, nous avons adoré le café bucher 'The Salt Pig' et un petit café 'Terra Organics'). Son jardin est agréable pour se détendre et la literie était fraîche et propre. Les toilettes sont neuves et impeccables. Nous aimerions vraiment revenir. Cinq étoiles!

    Jayda2019-07-29T00:00:00Z
  • Si vous vous rendez à cet endroit en voiture, vous rejoindrez pratiquement toutes les plages de la région en 30 minutes. Et ils sont beaux, je recommande

    Jacek2019-07-27T00:00:00Z
  • Rosie est un hôte fantastique. L'emplacement est proche de mamy lieux célèbres. Lieu de séjour agréable, ambiance créative!

    Galina2019-07-21T00:00:00Z
  • Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Maison de visiteur


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Why don't you come stay in the Pod and enjoy the quiet relaxing retreat in rural Dorset with fields and forest all around , enjoy cooking over the wood burning stove then taking in what Dorset has to offer like the Jurassic coast
    Your be staying in a lovely wooded pod with double bed seating area and a small kitchen area with pots and pans to help you cook over the out side wood burning stove and watch the beautiful sunsets
    We live on a quiet wooded lane surrounded by trees and fields with lovely walks and rides, a really peaceful part of Dorset where you can unwind and relaxe
  • Cet endroit est incroyable! J'aimerais visiter la région juste pour rester ici!

    Luke2019-09-09T00:00:00Z
  • Une cabine confortable dans un quartier tranquille. Nous avons été très impressionnés par cet endroit. Nous avons apprécié de nous asseoir le soir avec le feu et de préparer notre dîner - c’était l’évasion parfaite de la vie citadine et nous aurions aimé rester deux nuits! Je recommanderais sans hésiter cette cabane ou l'autre cabane à qui que ce soit! Merci Alan!

    Helen2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • Super endroit pour Glamp!

    Chris2019-09-07T00:00:00Z
  • Un endroit incroyable. Pod était vraiment sympa avec une belle campagne. Fortement recommandé.

    William2019-08-30T00:00:00Z
  • Belle propriété et parfait pour une nuit tranquille.

    Beth2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Nous avons passé un séjour fantastique dans la cabane des bergers! Très propre et confortable avec tout ce dont nous avions besoin! Bel endroit paisible! J'y retournerai certainement! Merci

    Emma2019-05-13T00:00:00Z
  • Parfait pour une visite à la côte. Près de Durdle door et Weymouth. Bel environnement calme.

    Emily2019-05-06T00:00:00Z
  • Beau séjour dans un environnement convivial! Beaucoup d'animaux autour et une tranquillité parfaite. Nous avons pu profiter de l'expérience de camping rustique mais dans le confort.

    Catriona2019-05-04T00:00:00Z
  • Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Hutte


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Wareham, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Includes home grown "Breakfast Platter" for the first 2 mornings. All yours light, airy, warm self contained large private upstairs flat of farmhouse, with lounge, dining area & kitchenette. Sleeps 2 in double room with option to sleep 2 on the sofa bed in lounge and one on a put up bed (up to age 5) "Home from Home" "Great Location" these are comments guests leave us Walk the Dorset coastline or visit the RSPB Spring/Autumn Watch bird reserve, well placed for the Bestivals too.
    This Purbeck stone family small holding is within easy access of the coast, heathland and Wareham town and a plethora of eating places. We often have a number piggies and orphan lambs in the spring which our guests love to help feed, the children can spend hours collecting acorns for the pigs who do love acorns just like Eeyore or was it Tigger! The Lambs are now enjoying the sunshine and grass. The guest suite has its own entrance via an outside staircase and has a sitting room, kitchenette, bathroom with shower and bath and double bedroom There is a comfortable super King bed (which can become a twin) and there can be an option to sleep two more at a small extra cost on the sofa bed, in the sitting room of the suite. We can provide a travel cot, a "put you up" bed and high chair. Please note that children of any age count as one extra person. The suite is self-contained and we look forward to meeting our guests. We provide the first two mornings breakfast for you to cook at a time that suits you in your kitchenette, this consists of a platter of our very own sausages, bacon and eggs from local hens. There is enough cookware to cook a gourmet meal should you wish, just bring the ingredients. There are some store cupboard basics available and decent supermarkets just in Wareham. Although we are a small holding and have one dog we do not allow pets, ours or anyone else's in the apartment. There is so much to do from this base here. You really will find that 2 days is not enough time hence we do a discount for 5 days because we know that you will need more time to see and do everything that there is here to do. For instance, spectacular coastal vistas, heathland walks and oodles of history from the Tank Museum (amongst many museums) to Thomas Hardy to Laurence of Arabia, Monkey World, Swanage Railway, Teddy Bear museum etc. etc Have a look at our guide book which is just a taste of what the area has to offer.
    Once voted by the Guardian as the best place to live in England, Wareham has a great Saturday market every week come rain or shine. There is a farmer's market on the 4th Thursday of the month and a weekly produce market run by the local auctioneers. There is also an urban farm shop called the Salt Pig and two supermarkets the Co-op and Sainsbury's.
  • Une annexe très confortable, propre et bien aménagée, située dans un bel endroit calme et proche d’intéressants lieux à visiter. Excellente communication.

    Duncan2019-09-24T00:00:00Z
  • Nous avons passé un séjour fantastique à Tanglewood. Claire était un hôte formidable - incroyablement serviable et sympathique. Les ingrédients du petit-déjeuner étaient une délicate attention et l'hébergement était l'endroit idéal pour nous détendre après une journée passée à explorer la région. Nous espérons revenir dans le futur.

    Jennifer2019-09-12T00:00:00Z
  • Super hébergement à la ferme. Très belle hôtesse. Je vous recommande de rester ici.

    Jennifer2019-09-09T00:00:00Z
  • Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Gîte à la ferme


    Capacité d'accueil

    5


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Wareham, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    In the heart of the Jurassic coast this converted workshop is a cosy hideaway. The Old Workshop is a self contained accommodation with a open plan living room, dining room and kitchenette. There is a separate bedroom and bathroom equipped with a shower. A tranquil space, tastefully decorated with a private patio, an ideal place to enjoy a glass of wine under the stars in front of the chimnea . On the A352, an ideal base for short drives to Wareham, Poole, Swanage, Weymouth & Dorchester.
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Bungalow


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Bungalow entier1 lit
    The Annex
    Prix :$105 CAD/nuit
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    North Mill is on the outskirts of Wareham, in the Isle of Purbeck and close to the Jurassic Coast. You share this ancient mill with the owner who lives in half of the house and the guest wing is totally separate. The beaches, walks, and scenery of this part of Dorset is not to be missed. Lulworth Cove and the ruins of Corfe Castle are a must for visitors. Train station and bus stops close by. Dorchester and Weymouth are a short drive away and soon you are in the depths of Hardy country.
    The accommodation at North Mill is totally private and self-contained. The riverside garden is shared with the owner. This 12C ancient watermill is unique, set on the edge of the River Piddle overlooking cattle-grazed water meadows yet within easy access of the small town of Wareham.
    The Isle of Purbeck in South Dorset is a very special place. There are miles of sandy beaches, rocky coves, ancient monuments, castles and fabulous walks. If retail therapy is needed then Poole and Bournemouth are close by!
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    4


    Chambres à coucher

    2

    Wareham, Dorset, Royaume-Uni

    The 'Garden Room' is set within a recently renovated building which was a Cart House. It has an en-suite shower room plus a small kitchenette/Utility room with fridge , microwave and toaster etc. A patio door leads onto a paved area within a garden. It is situated within a five minute walk from Wool Station which is on the London Waterloo to Weymouth main line served by South Western Railway. If arriving by car there is an off road parking space in front of the main house.
    There is an excellent well stocked village shop and a very good village pub less than five minutes walk away. The historic market county town of Dorchester and the Saxon walled town of Wareham, Corfe Castle, Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door, Lulworth Castle,Tyneham Village and some of the best beaches on the Jurassic coast are all within a radius of 5 to 12 miles from the property.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Grange


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    0

    Wool, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

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    A lovely self contained two bedroomed chalet in a rural location on the site of an equine residence. Easy access to woodland walking, and 1.5 miles from nearest village with pub, shops and mainline railway station. Nearby attractions include Monkey World, Bovington Tank Museum, Swanage to Corfe Steam Railway, Weymouth Beach, Corfe Castle (with inflatable water park), Studland Beach (fantastic National Trust miles of sandy beach), Lulworth Cove and Lulworth Castle (site of Bestival).
    A warm and well equipped chalet. It is set within beautiful gardens and equestrian grounds. Easy parking, lots of space. Chickens wander freely in their own field. Resident friendly cat.
    Beautiful walking country. 2 miles to Monkeyworld. 2.5 miles to Tank Museum. 4.5 miles to Lulworth Cove.
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Chalet


    Capacité d'accueil

    4


    Chambres à coucher

    2

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    A lovely spacious eco-friendly house with a large woodland garden in a quiet street less than 10 minutes walk from Wareham's historic centre with its restaurants, friendly cafes and 1920's cinema. Surrounded by beautiful Purbeck countryside and less than 15 minutes drive from Dorset's stunning Jurassic coast and beaches. There is a large kitchen diner with snug where 8 people can cook and eat together and a separate large lounge with a TV and impressive board game collection!
    Lovely garden for BBQs in the sunshine, wood burners inside and a fire pit outside to cosy up to if it is chilly. Loads of activities for children in the garden such as tree climbing, archery, football and trampolining. Kayaks available if you fancy a paddle up the River Frome. Four legged guests very welcome. Fresh herbs, fruit and vegetables in the garden to help yourselves to.
    The town is surrounded by beautiful Dorset countryside and coast. Ten minutes walk from Wareham town centre in one direction and sports centre with swimming pool and soft play in the other direction.
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    8


    Chambres à coucher

    4

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    My place is situated down a quiet lane, a few minutes walk from Wareham town centre. The accommodation is a self contained annexe to the main house. This is self catering accommodation with a basic welcome pack. A cot is available upon request. We have three dogs; two spaniels and an elderly friendly fluffy Akita. The annexe offers cosy accommodation in an area of natural beauty, with many historical sites and places of interest. It also great for walkers, cyclists and birdwatchers.
    We have a large garden which leads onto the river Frome, which guests are welcome to use.
  • C'était notre troisième séjour dans l'annexe. Je pense que cela vous dit à quel point nous l'aimons et à quel point c'est bon. Je n'ai rien à redire. Merci beaucoup pour un week-end fantastique.

    Jan2019-10-14T00:00:00Z
  • Judith et Tony sont des hôtes sympathiques, accueillants et serviables. L'appartement est idéal pour un couple cherchant une pause au calme dans SE Dorset. C'est propre et confortable et tout ce dont nous avions besoin était fourni. Il n'est qu'à quelques pas du centre-ville de Wareham où se trouvent des magasins et de bons pubs et restaurants servant des dîners. Wareham est une bonne base pour explorer SEDorset. Il y a de beaux endroits pour marcher, y compris le RSPB Arne, le sentier côtier du Studland et les murs de la ville saxonne.

    Vivien2019-09-21T00:00:00Z
  • Nous venons de profiter de notre deuxième séjour dans cette charmante annexe. Les hôtes Judith et Tony sont extrêmement sympathiques, accueillants et serviables. La propriété est bien équipée et d'une propreté impeccable. Nous ne pouvons pas attendre notre prochaine visite.

    Jan2019-08-05T00:00:00Z
  • Un accueil chaleureux dans un endroit très pratique.

    Michael2019-07-29T00:00:00Z
  • Super accueil avec de la nourriture et des boissons dans le réfrigérateur pour notre arrivée était une très belle touche. Super logement propre et bien aménagé avec toutes les choses que vous attendez et bien plus encore. Nous a donné quelques conseils utiles sur les attractions locales. Je recommanderais fortement de rester avec Judith.

    Karen2019-07-20T00:00:00Z
  • Propriétaires très sympathiques et serviables. L'annexe est dans un bel endroit calme mais toujours à distance de marche de tout ce que Wareham a à offrir.

    Jan2019-07-09T00:00:00Z
  • Cette belle maison est la quintessence du confort dans un jardin anglais. Les hôtes ont fait preuve de courtoisie et ont fourni d'innombrables commodités pour rendre notre séjour agréable. Nous avons adoré notre visite et espérons y revenir!

    Amy2019-07-01T00:00:00Z
  • Un endroit charmant. très bien situé, peut marcher en ville mais est également très paisible. Jardin épique. Notre fille adorait nourrir les poulets. Judith était un hôte charmant et très sympathique avec notre fille. On nous a laissé de délicieux œufs frais des poulets et d'autres ingrédients de bonne qualité pour le petit déjeuner ainsi que des fruits frais. Je vous remercie!

    Claire2019-06-24T00:00:00Z
  • Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Appartement


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Wareham, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Double room with Private lounge with TV, desk/dining table. Private Shower room. Breakfast included at no extra charge. Located in the centre of Wareham with access straight onto the high street.
    Our property is in the middle of Wareham town close to the train station and bus services. Fabulous walks around the Saxon walls and along the Frome river. Great spot for bird watching and fishing with appropriate licence. Boat hire is available during the spring and summer months, from the quay. Boat cruises into Poole harbour also from the quay. Wareham is known as the gateway to the Purbecks.
    Wareham is a beautiful historic town with plenty of amenities.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    The Coach House is ideal for families. It has a suite style double bedroom and a generously sized twin room leading off; perfect for children wanting to be close by to their parents. You will find The Coach House a perfect retreat for exploring all Purbeck has to offer. Make fabulous memories in this stunning part of the world - what are you waiting for?
    The Coach House is ideal for families. It has a suite style double bedroom and a generously sized twin room leading off; perfect for children wanting to be close by to their parents. This fabulous holiday home boasts a private walled garden accessed via a stable door from the well-equipped country kitchen. Outside you will find a pretty patio along with a large lawned area with table tennis. Endless garden games can be enjoyed within this space. Through the double gates from the pretty garden, you will find a rare treat which may be enjoyed as much as you wish for the duration of your stay. Set within a walled courtyard, just off the owners home, you will discover a beautiful outdoor heated pool! Large enough for an experienced swimmer, but also perfect for endless fun with the kids, you will find this rare feature a real luxury! The children will have hours of fun using the slide! Wareham is a pretty and interesting town steeped in history, famously invaded by the Vikings. The town has stood on the once important trade route of the River Frome for thousands of years. The Saxon walls that surrounded and protected Wareham can still be seen today and guests can enjoy a guided tour in the summer months. Within walking distance of the Coach House, you will find several good pubs and restaurants, as well as a two supermarkets. You can stroll into town for a morning coffee at one of several coffee shops. A delicious cooked breakfast with locally sourced produce is an absolute must at The Salt Pig. Be sure to pop back one lunchtime for a slice of their homemade cake - it's yet to be beaten! In the summer months, why not take a leisurely boat trip along the Frome? Or, for the romantic in you, why not try a rowing boat just for two? SUP is also available - head down to the stunning redcliffe and onto Arne nature reserve - recently featured on BBC Springwatch! As The Coach House is pet friendly, your four legged companions are sure to appreciate a well deserved holiday too! Within just a short stroll you will be on Wareham Common, grazed by cows and sometimes horses, you can walk down to the river which is a perfect paddling spot come rain or shine! For something a little different and a step back in time, take a seat at the REX picture house - they even have a bar so you can snuggle up in the double seats with a glass of wine whilst watching your favourite film! From the safe bathing waters of Swanage Bay to the picturesque Wareham Quay, we are proud to introduce you to the Isle of Purbeck. The beautiful countryside is blessed with pretty villages, churches and castles, testimony to its dramatic history. Purbeck also has some of Britain's best and cleanest beaches. Studland is famous for its seahorses and goldens sands. The coastline is a mix of quiet tranquil beaches and jagged, Jurassic coastline; a turbulent geological past has bequeathed it a stunning shoreline. Walkers are drawn to the area, with spectacular views to be enjoyed along the now famous 'Jurassic Jaunt'. You will find The Coach House a perfect retreat for exploring all Purbeck has to offer. Make fabulous memories in this stunning part of the world - what are you waiting for? Facilities: First Floor Bedroom: Double Room, Double Room leading to Twin Room (3ft 6 large singles) Bathrooms: G/fl Bathroom with roll top bath, shower cubicle and WC, F/fl WC. Lounge, TV, Woodburner - starter logs provided, games and toys Kitchen: Elec Oven, Elec Hob,dishwasher and microwave. Utility Room: Washing machine, fridge/freezer. Dining Area: Full suite for 6 guests. Large enclosed Garden: Lawn, patio, BBQ, garden furniture, Gated access to shared pool. Travel cot (no linen),highchair and stairgate available on request. Wifi. Linen and towels provided for weekly and short break bookings. 2 dogs welcome. 1 dog is £25 a second dog is free. Parking: 2 off road spaces. Heating: Gas central heating. Swimming is open from 30th March to September 28th.
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


    Chambres à coucher

    3

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    A small bedroom with 2 single beds, great for families as has a double bedroom next door Shared bathroom
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Wareham, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Comfortable well furnished double room in attractive town house. Private bathroom for own use. Central location in the Saxon market town of Wareham. Gateway to the Purbecks and the Jurassic Coast. Wareham has a good range of independent shops with excellent pubs, restaurants and cafes as well as the Rex cinema.
    Attractive room in newly refurbished townhouse within the walls of Wareham old town.
    Wareham is a delightful market town dating back to Saxon times and sits between two rivers. The town is vibrant with interesting, independent shops, great cafes, pubs and restaurants and delis and markets selling local produce. Wareham is described as the gateway to the Purbecks and to this beautiful and historic area of Dorset and it is the perfect base from which to explore.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Maison de ville


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Beautiful park home available for your holidays, minimum 3 night stay. Sleeps 6. One double bedroom,one twin and a double sofa bed. Only just one year old finished to a high spec, comfortable and the perfect base to enjoy beautiful Dorset and places such as monkey world, the tank museum or maybe our blue flag beaches. Good size deck and outside table and chairs provided. Amenities passes are available to purchase for an add small fee for entry to entertainment shows, bingo, swimming and arcades.
    Comfortable living area with good size tv and fire for those cosy nights in, central heating, good size well equipped kitchen, family shower room, double bedroom with good size bed which lifts up for storage and has a walk in wardrobe, twin room, lovely outside deck accessed via main door or patio doors open right for al fresco dining.
    The on-site entertainment provide great live shows, live music, kids entertainment, bingo, pedal bike, mini golf, arcades, indoor and outdoor pools, playground for the little ones
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Camping


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


    Chambres à coucher

    2

    Wareham, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Pink House is nestled in the village of East Lulworth, just a stone's throw from historic Lulworth Castle & Country Park and only 3 miles from the sea at Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door
    Perfectly positioned for walking, cycling and sightseeing The Pink House is close to the famous horseshoe shaped Lulworth Cove and iconic limestone arch at Durdle Door. The Jurassic Coast, now declared a World Heritage Site, is accessible via footpaths from the house and here you can enjoy breathtaking walks along the South West Coast Path. The Pink House is a post war semi detached property previously owned by The Weld Family Estate and has uninterrupted views to the front and back. Tucked away from the usual tourist traps and popular hot spots at West Lulworth, the Pink House is a great base to escape the crowds and experience the delights of Dorset's famous landmarks. The house itself is spacious and homely with a large open plan lounge/dining area, wood burning stove as well as cosy underfloor heating, comfortable furniture and modern essentials such as WiFi, smart TV, etc. French double doors (from the dining area) open directly onto the paved patio which leads up to the garden with outdoor seating, lawn/play area, fruit trees, flowers, BBQ and herbs for cooking. Adjacent to the lounge is a snug/study area with another wood burning stove, double sofa bed, well stocked library of vintage paperbacks, local guidebooks and walking/touring maps of Dorset. The country style kitchen with garden views has been updated to include slate quarry tiles, underfloor heating, fitted kitchen, oven, hob, fridge freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. Upstairs there are 3 double bedrooms with good sized double beds and quality mattresses, as well as pure cotton sheets, feather duvets and pillows. The bathroom has a recently installed walk in shower, bath, vanity sink unit and WC. There is also a 2nd separate toilet upstairs which is adjacent to the main bathroom. Throughout the house there are many personal touches including handmade mosaic mirrors, beachcomber mobiles of driftwood and glass, recycled objets d'art and other memorabilia collected from our travels. If you are a family seeking a hideaway holiday, an active group of friends eager to explore, a wedding party celebrating at nearby Lulworth Castle or just interested in discovering the delights of Thomas Hardy's Dorset then the Pink House is the perfect place to come and stay in a country setting close by the sea. Amenities include off road parking for 2 cars only. Pure cotton bed linen, bathroom towels, electricity, WiFi and central heating included. There is a full sized cot with mattress plus highchair. Responsible pet owners and their well behaved dogs (minimum age 12 months) are welcome although, unfortunately, we cannot accept guests with cats. As a courtesy to other guests there is no smoking policy within the house In nearby Wareham, Wool or Lulworth you can sample Dorset specialties, buy locally caught fresh fish and shellfish, try a range of tasty goods at the well stocked delicatessens, health food store and organic farm shop or discover Purbeck arts & crafts from around the area. If you don't want to drive the Weld Arms Pub, Lulworth Castle & Tea Rooms and Lulworth Equestrian Centre are all within easy walking distance. Please note : the Lulworth Ranges are a six mile stretch of coastline requisitioned by the MOD during WWII which extends from Lulworth Cove to Kimmeridge Bay. The ranges are open to the public during school holidays and almost all weekends. Intermittent firing from the ranges can be heard throughout the entire Lulworth to Kimmeridge area during the week and in school term time although it is perfectly safe and none of our local walks are affected by closures.
    The Pink House is close to Lulworth Castle and Country Park which the Weld Family Estate have owned since the 17th Century. Today they still manage and maintain it as open to the public and every August it hosts the family music festival that is Camp Bestival. Just two miles from the sea at Lulworth Cove and the beautiful beaches of Purbeck there is much to discover, explore and enjoy. Lulworth Cove is the jewel in the crown of the Jurassic Coast and an absolute must for visitors to Dorset. Granted World Heritage Site status by UNESCO in 2001 this unique chalk and limestone cove is one of the finest examples in the world of such a land form and is framed by the Purbeck hills of Hambury Tout and the magnificent natural arch at Durdle Door. The area is a magnet for geologists, geographers and photographers including the dramatic Fossil Forest where petrified tree remains. dating back to the Dinosaur Age, can still be seen. The blue flag beaches and superb coastal walking along the Purbecks are linked to footpaths leading directly from The Pink House and take you east to Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door, Osmington, Ringstead and Weymouth or west to Kimmeridge. Dancing Ledge and Swanage. Kimmeridge Bay is a popular surfing and walking destination. A Ramblers' poll voted the Jurassic journey along the clifftops from Kimmeridge to Durdle Door as the best walk in Britain! It has also provided the majority of Kimmeridge Clay fossils, including a very impressive marine crocodile, on display in the Heritage Centre at Lulworth Cove. For shopping and supplies Wool has a traditional family bakery, local shops and weekly W.I. market Thursdays though you have to be first and fast to get the best of the local produce. Nearby Wareham is an old walled Saxon town, built by on the banks of the River Frome by Alfred the Great in the 9th century and bordered by Wareham Forest and the Dorset Downs. There is a traditional farmers market every Thursday and Saturday and a number of cafes and eateries in the town and quayside. There is a train station, a County Library, great delicatessens, health food shops, greengrocers, bakeries and a couple of supermarkets. In the summer there is a music festival and an annual carnival which take place down by the quay complete with parades and fireworks. For film buffs you can step back in time at The Rex Cinema, still lit with original gas lamps, and one of the few cinemas in the country where you can buy a drink from the bar and take it in with you to watch the film. Kept going by enthusiastic volunteers, the Rex is the flagship of the Purbeck Film Festival which is the longest running rural film festival in the UK. The charming coastal village of Studland, situated roughly halfway between Sandbanks and Swanage, is famous for its beaches, pretty thatched cottages and nature reserve. There are 4 km of golden beaches along Studland Bay, backed by sand dunes and heathland. The Studland and Godlingston Heath National Nature Reserve has been a haven for birds and other wildlife since 1946, home to all six native species of reptile and is also one of the best places in the UK to see the Dartford Warbler. In the bay itself two species of seahorse have been discovered in the seagrass beds at the southern end of the beach. Chalk grasslands leading from the village along the coastal path to Old Harry Rocks are studded with rare orchids and abound in insects such as the delicate chalk blue butterfly and the elusive and endangered Lulworth Skipper. There is a delightful little church dating back to Norman times which is still in use today. Studland is the ideal choice for a family day excursion, walking, horse riding or simply enjoying the seaside. From Studland you can also take the chain ferry across Poole Harbour to Sandbanks, affectionately known as 'Britain's Palm Beach', or onto Poole and Bournemouth. Accessible by ferry or private boat Brownsea Island is owned and managed by the National Trust and in 1907 played host to the very first Boy Scout movement camp. In 2007 boy scouts and girl guides from over 160 countries gathered here as the focus of worldwide celebrations marking the centenary of the movement. The island has a visitor centre and museum in addition to an outdoor centre and trading post shop at the Scout Camp. It is one of the few places in Southern England with a thriving population of red squirrels because grey squirrels have never been introduced and Sika deer are present in large numbers. You can also see avocets, terns, herons, egrets and even peacocks which wander freely around the grounds.
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Cottage


    Capacité d'accueil

    8


    Chambres à coucher

    4

    Wareham, Dorset, Royaume-Uni

    Church with tower. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Wifi, set in beautiful countryside
    This unique property known as 'The Tower' is part of the beautifully converted Church of St Mary in East Stoke. Built in 1829 on the River Frome, it has easy access to the river for canoeing and is very close to all the major beaches of Dorset. 'The Tower' incorporates the front entrance to the original Church and a large proportion of the remainder. It retains many original features and is now a modern comfortable and unique home from home. It has a large open plan dining area and kitchen on the ground floor, a wonderful lounge upstairs with a spiral staircase up to the bell tower. It has incredible views over the Purbeck hills and was featured on BBC's 'Escape to the Country' as the mystery property. Guests will have private use of the property for the duration of their stay. There is full use of the extensive gardens which comprise many interesting features! The Tower is located on the River Frome, within 2 miles of Dorset's stunning Jurassic coast. Close to the picturesque market town of Wareham, and a short drive away from Poole, Bournemouth, Dorchester and Weymouth. The famous tourist attractions of Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, Corfe Castle and Studland are close by and easily accessible by car or bike. It is the ideal base for families with children with Monkey World, Steam Railway, ferry trips, fishing and miles of beaches within minutes. Just 2 hours from London Waterloo on the mainline rail service to Weymouth this is an ideal getaway weekend venue. With beautiful views of the Purbeck Hills, and lovely walks along the River Frome this is a romantic and historic location deep in 'Hardy' country. The Church is the probable location for Tess of the Durbeville's marriage. The church was built in 1829 and retains many original features , yet has the comfort and warmth of a recent conversion to the highest standards of modern luxury. A car is a neccessity The price is inclusive of laundry and cleaning for 6 people. Additional bedding and towels will be charged at GDP 15.00 per additional person There is a sofa bed available making a maximum of 8 guests Parking for 2 cars only on the property. Additional parking on the road
    The Tower is located on the River Frome, within 2 miles of Dorset's stunning Jurassic coast. Close to the picturesque market town of Wareham, and a short drive away from Poole, Bournemouth, Dorchester and Weymouth. The famous tourist attractions of Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, Corfe Castle and Studland are close by and easily accessible by car or bike. It is the ideal base for families with children with Monkey World, Steam Railway, ferry trips, fishing and miles of beaches within minutes. Just 2 hours from London Waterloo on the mainline rail service to Weymouth this is an ideal getaway weekend venue. With beautiful views of the Purbeck Hills, and lovely walks along the River Frome this is a romantic and historic location deep in 'Hardy' country. The Church is the probable location for Tess of the Durbeville's marriage. The church was built in 1829 and retains many original features , yet has the comfort and warmth of a recent conversion to the highest standards of modern luxury.
  • La maison de Gordon est magnifique! C'était parfait pour nos besoins (un groupe de 5 adultes et 1 bébé) et c'était un vrai bonheur de séjourner dans une ancienne église! Il a tout ce dont nous avions besoin dans la cuisine et une bonne sélection de DVD dans le salon. La chambre principale est magnifique et très spacieuse. Nous retournerions avec plaisir chez Gordon et le recommanderions à tous ceux qui recherchent un logement dans le sud du Dorset.

    Ali2015-08-04T00:00:00Z
  • Ma famille et moi (deux quadragénaires, une de dix ans et une de trois ans) avons adoré séjourner dans une maison si charmante, si merveilleusement aménagée et pleine de caractère. Notre hôte nous a fourni des instructions exemplaires et a répondu à nos questions avant et après notre arrivée. Nous ne pouvons pas recommander assez la Tour, un cadre si tranquille, si bien conçu et restauré pour marier les structures internes modernes et le design avec le maintien d'origine du bâtiment. Le personnage de l'hôte est également représenté, subtilement, ce qui ne prête que plus à l'intrigue de l'environnement. Les différents niveaux se prêtent vraiment aux familles et aux divertissements (nous rendions visite à des amis de la famille et ils sont également venus pour le dîner, ce qui était super car les enfants avaient un espace séparé pour se divertir, à portée de voix), et les installations répondaient à tous nos (nombreux) besoins. Pratiquement: lits très confortables, draps et serviettes fournis étaient super, cuisine et équipements (lave-linge, réfrigérateur, congélateur, lave-vaisselle, etc.) excellents, et TV, DVD (et bibliothèque), jeux de société et une bibliothèque de livres aussi! Mobilier de haute qualité, et se sentait très à l'aise. Enfin, un superbe emplacement pour des excursions d'une journée dans toutes les régions environnantes, par exemple le château de Corfe, Swanage, Poole, etc., tout semble être dans les 30 minutes! Nous avons vraiment hâte de séjourner à nouveau à The Tower!

    Craig2015-07-15T00:00:00Z
  • Propriété incroyable, située dans la zone idéale pour explorer les côtés est et ouest de la côte jurassique. Cette église convertie est tout simplement magnifique, spacieuse et pleine de lumière naturelle. Fortement recommandé aux familles et / ou aux groupes d'amis. Gordon a été extrêmement utile et rapide dans ses réponses. Très bel hôte.

    Sabrina2015-06-22T00:00:00Z
  • Gorgon était un hôte très serviable, fournissant un guide très instructif sur l'hébergement et la région locale. Le gestionnaire de propriété Jackie était également très serviable. La propriété elle-même est très facile à trouver .... c'est l'église massive! Un parking Anole pour 3-4 voitures, un excellent emplacement à la campagne comme environnement et un passage à niveau excentrique juste en bas de la voie. La maison elle-même est géniale. Chambres lumineuses avec beaucoup d'espace. Nettoyer. Rangé. Bonnes installations. Chambres confortables. Les salles de bain ont fini à un niveau élevé, peut-être l'une des meilleures douches au monde !! L'emplacement est superbe. 10 minutes en voiture de la célèbre porte Durdle et de nombreux pubs / restaurants pour les repas. Dans l'ensemble, nous avons passé un excellent séjour. J'envisagerais certainement de revenir si une occasion similaire se présentait. Vaut l'argent dans un plus grand groupe.

    Jake2015-05-31T00:00:00Z
  • Séjour très agréable dans une très jolie église reconvertie et en parfait état. Idéal pour un groupe. Logement très original et idéalement situé pour visiter la région. Attention si vous avez le sommeil léger la route jouxte l'église et on entend beaucoup les voitures.

    Benjamin2015-04-05T00:00:00Z
  • Gordon est un hôte formidable, il m'a contacté plusieurs fois avant la réservation et m'a donné d'excellentes instructions pour se rendre à la propriété. La Tour est tout comme décrit et plus, une maison très spéciale et unique située dans une campagne magnifique. Nous y avons passé un séjour très confortable et nous serions ravis d'y retourner.

    Linda2015-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Sensationnel !!! Que puis-je dire à propos de cette propriété l'emplacement et l'hôte tout étonnant ne lui rendent pas vraiment justice. Le séjour était pour moi et ma petite amie de longue date et nous sommes tous les deux tombés amoureux de cette maison et avons même plaisanté sur le fait que si nous gagnions à la loterie, nous proposerions une offre. Gordon a été très utile depuis le début et la propriété était propre et chaleureuse et en très bon état tout au long. La maison est intéressante avec ses niveaux divisés et dans un endroit magnifique et très paisible .. je pourrais vraiment continuer encore et encore à quel point nous avons apprécié notre séjour et nous reviendrons sans aucun doute à un moment donné Merci beaucoup pour un week-end incroyable De Peter et Lauren Aussi Durdle Door est l'une des plus belles lignes côtières que j'ai vues en Angleterre

    Peter2015-02-15T00:00:00Z
  • Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


    Chambres à coucher

    3

    East Stoke, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Our gorgeous cottage sits a stone's throw from the River Frome and is superbly located for the beaches of the Jurassic Coast - including the iconic Durdle Door. There are wonderful walking and cycling routes on the doorstep and our lovely wooded gardens are perfect for losing the kids. The cottage has 3 bedrooms, a living room and a newly fitted kitchen with all you could need. There is a bathroom with separate shower, downstairs toilet, utility room and dining room as well.
    There is plenty of parking, central heating and all linens are provided for you. Well behaved dogs are welcome as long as they stay downstairs and off of the furniture - please keep an eye on them in the garden though as it is not secure and we are close to the road and railway line.
    We enjoy a wonderful setting just off the the A352 - and enjoy great access to Wareham, Poole and great beaches like Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. Great walking and cycle routes are straight out of the door adjacent to the River Frome.
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    5


    Chambres à coucher

    3

    Holmebridge, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Comfortable single bedroom which can be used with the trundle bed. Wash handbasin, use of hair dryer and shared use of bathroom when other guests are staying. Chest of drawers and hanging space if required.
    A very homely place to stay, offering a clean and tidy environment to rest your head at the end of the day. Tranquil people who aim to allow guests to enjoy their time away from home and stresses of life.
    Wareham is a small Saxon town offering lots of nice eating places and good local ales. Things to see from a walk round the Saxon walls, to a canoe/boat trip down the river. The Rex cinema has uptodate films, a glass of wine or drinks from the bar and local Purbeck ice cream to enjoy!
  • Belle chambre dans une belle maison proche de tout Dorset avec des hôtes chaleureux et accueillants. Je recommande vivement de visiter

    Peter2018-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • Nous avons passé un séjour très agréable ici et avons été très confortables et bienvenus J'y retournerais avec plaisir si dans la région. Aucun problème du tout.

    Emily2018-09-04T00:00:00Z
  • Caroline et Brooke étaient des hôtes exceptionnels, amicaux pendant le séjour et avec lesquels il était facile de communiquer avant le séjour. La chambre était confortable, avec une superbe salle de bain et le petit déjeuner était vraiment fantastique (beaucoup de produits maison et de produits de qualité).

    Jake2018-08-31T00:00:00Z
  • Propre et bien rangé, chaleureux et amical. Apprécié les fruits frais pour le petit déjeuner. Merci

    Philip2018-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Caroline et Brooke font partie des personnes les plus gentilles que j'ai jamais rencontrées. Ils n'auraient pas pu être plus utiles. Ils m'ont offert des promenades en train et petit-déjeuner et était vraiment très agréable. Très très bonnes personnes y retournerais bien et je le recommande vivement! Merci!

    James2018-08-08T00:00:00Z
  • Des hôtes charmants très sympathiques et bien informés sur la région. Être mieux avec salle de douche privée.

    Michael2018-08-05T00:00:00Z
  • Caroline et son mari étaient des gens très chaleureux qui sont restés en contact régulier toute la journée avant notre arrivée. Nous sommes arrivés dans leur grande, spacieuse et belle maison plus tard dans la soirée et avons séjourné dans une très grande chambre confortable digne d'un roi. Il y avait beaucoup d'espace de stationnement à leur domicile. Caroline a fourni beaucoup de détails sur la région et nous a aidés à nous installer rapidement. Plus tard dans la soirée, mon petit ami avait mal à la tête et Caroline a eu la gentillesse de lui laisser le paracétamol de côté, ce qui a été d'une grande aide. Je vous remercie! Le quartier est très sûr, très bien entretenu et à proximité de toutes les commodités importantes dont une personne a besoin. Le petit déjeuner était prêt pour nous le lendemain matin avant le départ et cela comprenait des fruits fraîchement coupés. Bien que ce fût un séjour très rapide, c’était une expérience merveilleuse et nous serions heureux d’y retourner.

    Hitakshi2018-07-22T00:00:00Z
  • J'ai vraiment apprécié la maison de Caroline. Je me suis arrêté dans une seule pièce, qui était très confortable et propre. Caroline et son mari étaient très hospitaliers. Je serais ravi d'y reparler.

    Svetlana2017-08-20T00:00:00Z
  • Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Wareham, Royaume-Uni

    This stylish semi-detached, self-catering cottage, with all the comforts of home, is located in a peaceful and tranquil Dorset setting surrounded by 3 acres of meadow. Wi-Fi and pet friendly. Sleeps 12. On the ground floor there is a fully equipped kitchen with oven, hob, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine and fridge/freezer. The lounge/dining area has plenty of seating including a double sofa bed, table and chairs. Patio doors lead out to a shared decked area, with garden furniture, charcoal BBQ and private hot tub. There is also a separate shower room and WC. Heading upstairs there are 3 bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has 1 x double size bed, 1 x adult size bunk bed and 1 x single day bed. Bedroom 2 has 1 x double bed. Bedroom 3 has 3 x single beds. A shower room is also on this floor. Set in 3 acres of grounds, Lulworth Mews is accessed through a private gated entrance. There is a large open laid to lawn space, equipped with a giant chess and draughts set, football goal posts and both badminton and basketball nets, where all guests can enjoy outdoor activities on their doorstep! Al fresco table tennis facilities are also available, weather permitting. A limited number of bicycles can be hired for those wishing to explore the best of the Jurassic coast and beyond on two wheels.  This pet friendly cottage is furnished and finished to a high standard throughout, offering superior self-catering accommodation for those who wish to experience all that the spectacular world heritage site of the Jurassic coast has to offer. Available for weekend breaks, short breaks, wedding receptions, family functions, week-long holidays, corporate training, entertaining and much more. As part of the Deluxe Holiday Homes experience, we can offer additional services to make your stay that even more memorable. For instance, we can arrange a personal chef to provide a unique and unforgettable dining experience, hire a chauffeur driven minibus for a bespoke and stress free door to door service, organise a private motor yacht cruise, to name but a few. Please view our Deluxe Concierge Services for any additional activities and assistance we can offer as part of your stay. We welcome your enquiry and look forward to you booking with us.
    Lulworth Mews is ideally situated for taking in the breathtaking seascape at Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove. The Saxon town of Wareham on the River Frome is just 5 miles away, whilst the popular tourist resort of Swanage, with its blue flag beaches, is a little over 14 miles away. The golden sandy and award winning beaches at Poole, Sandbanks and Bournemouth are also in close proximity. With inspiring destinations within easy reach, the local area has some of the very best attractions and scenery that Dorset has to offer. Wool and nearby Bovington contain some of Purbeck’s most loved attractions including the Tank Museum with interactive displays, Monkey World and its unique collection of primates and Clouds Hill, the home of Lawrence of Arabia. The Lawrence Trail starts at the Tank Museum and follows the story of T.E. Lawrence, taking in where he worked, lived, died and is now laid to rest. Wool is a small, quiet village with its own train station and is on the route of the Jurassic Coast bus (X54) linking Poole to Weymouth. The River Frome runs through the village and on its banks is the 17th century Woolbridge Manor where ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ spent her honeymoon in Thomas Hardy’s novel of that name. There are a number of village shops, 2 pubs (and another a short distance away) plus a small country market selling local produce held every Thursday at the D'Uberville Centre on Colliers Lane. There was a Roman settlement at Wareham and the modern town has grown up over this. It is believed that the transport of that time took advantage of the various rivers in the area and the closeness to the natural harbour at Poole. Wareham lies between the Rivers Frome and Piddle, at the gateway to the Isle of Purbeck, a peninsula jutting out into the English Channel. Wareham has a good selection of shops and galleries, catering for every taste. There are also plenty of cafés, bars and restaurants. The Rex Cinema is a small establishment in the style of the 1930s, run by volunteers. It is still possible to take boat trips from the bustling quay. The town holds an annual carnival at the end of July, involving a series of events to raise money for local charities. Swanage is the most easterly town on the Jurassic Coast, and its gently shelving sandy beach and sheltered waters have made it a popular destination for families since Victorian times. Despite being just six miles from the urban expanse of Poole and Bournemouth, Swanage feels a world away, and retains a sense of bustling but easy-going seaside charm. The beach also holds the prestigious blue flag for beach cleanliness. The town makes a great base to explore the eastern end of the Jurassic Coast. The iconic chalk stacks of Old Harry Rocks are a three-mile walk north east along the South West Coast Path, while Durlston Head is a short walk to the south. From here there are spectacular views of the Jurassic Coast extending westwards, with the Isle of Wight visible to the east. The scenery around the Lulworth area is stunning, boasting some of the most dramatic geological features along the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, including Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. West Lulworth is a traditional Dorset fishing village, once a smugglers’ haunt and boasts one of the oldest pubs in Dorset. With thatched cottages dating back over 400 years and pretty, former coastguard houses, West Lulworth is steeped in history. At East Lulworth, there are quaint stone cottages, a traditional country pub, as well as Lulworth Castle and Park. There is a great range of activities and attractions in and around Lulworth to keep the whole family entertained. Lulworth Cove, with its perfectly rounded bay and picturesque scenery, is one of Dorset's most well-known and loved landmarks. Swim in the crystal clear water, take a boat trip or look for fossils along the shoreline. A short walk from the Cove along the South West Coast Path brings you to Durdle Door, with its magnificent stone arch and beach. There is also kayaking, coasteering, mountain biking or guided walks available in the area. Nearby you can also enjoy horse riding in the surrounding heaths and woodlands. Lulworth Castle and Park, with its beautiful grounds and chapel is a must-see during your stay. The Castle was devastated by a fire in 1929 and has been restored in part to allow visitors the chance to enter the Castle. The town also has a thriving events calendar, with a variety of railway events and other highlights including hugely popular jazz and folk music festivals.
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    12


    Chambres à coucher

    3

    Wareham, Royaume-Uni

    Deluxe single storey cottage offers spacious accommodation on the stunning Jurassic coast in Dorset. Wi-Fi and pet friendly. Sleeps 10  Open plan kitchen/dining and lounge area. The well equipped kitchen includes oven, hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and additional fridge. There is a table and chairs in the dining area. The lounge provides plenty of comfortable seating along with a double sofa bed. Patio doors lead from the lounge to a good size private and pet friendly garden which is fully enclosed. There is a large patio area furnished with garden tables and chairs and sun loungers. Additionally there is a charcoal BBQ and hot tub for private use. The remaining accommodation comprises: Bedroom 1: 1 x double bed with en-suite shower room. Bedroom 2: 1 x double bed. Bedroom 3: 2 x adult bunk beds. Separate large walk-in shower room.  The property has access to 3 acres of meadow which is a large open laid to lawn space, equipped with a giant chess and draughts set, football goal posts and both badminton and basketball nets, where all guests can enjoy outdoor activities on their doorstep! Al fresco table tennis facilities are also available, weather permitting. A limited number of bicycles can be hired for those wishing to explore the best of the Jurassic coast and beyond on two wheels.  This pet friendly cottage is furnished and finished to a high standard throughout, offering superior self-catering accommodation. Available for weekend breaks, short breaks, wedding receptions, family functions, week-long holidays, corporate training, entertaining and much more. As part of the Deluxe Holiday Homes experience, we can offer additional services to make your stay that even more memorable. For instance, we can arrange a personal chef to provide a unique and unforgettable dining experience, hire a chauffeur driven minibus for a bespoke and stress free door to door service, organise a private motor yacht cruise, to name but a few. Please view our Deluxe Concierge Services for any additional activities and assistance we can offer as part of your stay. We welcome your enquiry and look forward to you booking with us.
    'Woodlands Cottage' is ideally situated for those who wish to experience all that the spectacular world heritage site of the Jurassic coast has to offer, including the beautiful seascape at Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove. The Saxon town of Wareham on the River Frome is just 5 miles away, whilst the popular tourist resort of Swanage with its blue flag beaches is a little over 14 miles away. The golden sandy and award winning beaches at Poole, Sandbanks and Bournemouth are also in close proximity. With inspiring destinations within easy reach, the local area has some of the very best attractions and scenery that Dorset has to offer. Wool and nearby Bovington contain some of Purbeck’s most loved attractions including the Tank Museum with interactive displays, Monkey World and its unique collection of primates and Clouds Hill, the home of Lawrence of Arabia. The Lawrence Trail starts at the Tank Museum and follows the story of T.E. Lawrence, taking in where he worked, lived, died and is now laid to rest. Wool is a small, quiet village with its own train station and is on the route of the Jurassic Coast bus (X54) linking Poole to Weymouth. The River Frome runs through the village and on its banks is the 17th century Woolbridge Manor where ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ spent her honeymoon in Thomas Hardy’s novel of that name. There are a number of village shops, 2 pubs (and another a short distance away) plus a small country market selling local produce held every Thursday at the D'Uberville Centre on Colliers Lane. There was a Roman settlement at Wareham and the modern town has grown up over this. It is believed that the transport of that time took advantage of the various rivers in the area and the closeness to the natural harbour at Poole. Wareham lies between the Rivers Frome and Piddle, at the gateway to the Isle of Purbeck, a peninsula jutting out into the English Channel. Wareham has a good selection of shops and galleries, catering for every taste. There are also plenty of cafés, bars and restaurants. The Rex Cinema is a small establishment in the style of the 1930s, run by volunteers. It is still possible to take boat trips from the bustling quay. The town holds an annual carnival at the end of July, involving a series of events to raise money for local charities. Swanage is the most easterly town on the Jurassic Coast, and its gently shelving sandy beach and sheltered waters have made it a popular destination for families since Victorian times. Despite being just six miles from the urban expanse of Poole and Bournemouth, Swanage feels a world away, and retains a sense of bustling but easy-going seaside charm. The beach also holds the prestigious blue flag for beach cleanliness. The town makes a great base to explore the eastern end of the Jurassic Coast. The iconic chalk stacks of Old Harry Rocks are a three-mile walk north east along the South West Coast Path, while Durlston Head is a short walk to the south. From here there are spectacular views of the Jurassic Coast extending westwards, with the Isle of Wight visible to the east. The scenery around the Lulworth area is stunning, boasting some of the most dramatic geological features along the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, including Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. West Lulworth is a traditional Dorset fishing village, once a smugglers’ haunt and boasts one of the oldest pubs in Dorset. With thatched cottages dating back over 400 years and pretty, former coastguard houses, West Lulworth is steeped in history. At East Lulworth, there are quaint stone cottages, a traditional country pub, as well as Lulworth Castle and Park. There is a great range of activities and attractions in and around Lulworth to keep the whole family entertained. Lulworth Cove, with its perfectly rounded bay and picturesque scenery, is one of Dorset's most well-known and loved landmarks. Swim in the crystal clear water, take a boat trip or look for fossils along the shoreline. A short walk from the Cove along the South West Coast Path brings you to Durdle Door, with its magnificent stone arch and beach. There is also kayaking, coasteering, mountain biking or guided walks available in the area. Nearby you can also enjoy horse riding in the surrounding heaths and woodlands. Lulworth Castle and Park, with its beautiful grounds and chapel is a must-see during your stay. The Castle was devastated by a fire in 1929 and has been restored in part to allow visitors the chance to enter the Castle. The town also has a thriving events calendar, with a variety of railway events and other highlights including hugely popular jazz and folk music festivals.
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    10


    Chambres à coucher

    3

    Wareham, Royaume-Uni

    Part of a church in Hardy Country that could have been where he envisaged that Tess was married. Sits in an English country church yard.
  • Super B & B. Serait certainement y rester encore si je suis ronde ce domaine nouveau.

    Ann2015-03-21T00:00:00Z
  • Le Chancel est un endroit magnifique et nous avons eu un merveilleux moment de repos. Les installations sont parfaites pour un séjour indépendant et il était une maison loin de la maison. Je recommande à tous! Merci Chris Rick et sa famille!

    megan2015-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • Le Chancel était facile à trouver et bien équipée pour mon séjour. Il a tout ce dont vous avez besoin et plus pour en faire une maison de vacances vraiment à l'aise! La boîte de jeux de société fait même le plus humide journée de plaisir. Un tel endroit chaleureux et confortable et je le recommande à tous ceux qui cherchent à rester dans la région.

    Celine2015-01-17T00:00:00Z
  • Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


    Chambres à coucher

    3

    Wareham, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    This stylish semi-detached, self-catering cottage, with all the comforts of home, is located in a peaceful and tranquil Dorset setting, surrounded by 3 acres of meadow. Wi-Fi and pet friendly. Sleeps 12. On the ground floor there is a fully equipped kitchen with oven, hob, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine and fridge/freezer. The lounge/dining area has plenty of seating including a double sofa bed, table and chairs. Patio doors lead out to a shared decked area, with garden furniture, charcoal BBQ and private hot tub. There is also a separate shower room and WC. Heading upstairs there are 3 bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has 1 x double size bed, 1 x adult size bunk bed and 1 x single day bed. Bedroom 2 has 1 x double bed. Bedroom 3 has 3 x single beds. A shower room is also on this floor. Set in 3 acres of meadow, Durdle Door Mews is accessed through a private gated entrance. There is a large open laid to lawn space, equipped with a giant chess and draughts set, football goal posts and both badminton and basketball nets, where all guests can enjoy outdoor activities on their doorstep! Al fresco table tennis facilities are also available, weather permitting. A limited number of bicycles can be hired for those wishing to explore the best of the Jurassic coast and beyond on two wheels.  This pet friendly cottage is furnished and finished to a high standard throughout, offering superior self-catering accommodation. Available for weekend breaks, short breaks, week-long holidays, corporate training, entertaining and much more. As part of the Deluxe Holiday Homes experience, we can offer additional services to make your stay that even more memorable. For instance, we can arrange a personal chef to provide a unique and unforgettable dining experience, hire a chauffeur driven minibus for a bespoke and stress free door to door service, organise a private motor yacht cruise, to name but a few. Please view our Deluxe Concierge Services for any additional activities and assistance we can offer as part of your stay. We welcome your enquiry and look forward to you booking with us.
    Durdle Door Mews is ideally situated for those who wish to experience all that the spectacular world heritage site of the Jurassic coast has to offer, including the breathtaking seascape at Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove. The Saxon town of Wareham on the River Frome is just 5 miles away, whilst the popular tourist resort of Swanage, with its blue flag beaches, is a little over 14 miles away. The golden sandy and award winning beaches at Poole, Sandbanks and Bournemouth, which are some of the very best that Dorset has to offer, are also within easy reach. Wool and nearby Bovington contain some of Purbeck’s most loved attractions including the Tank Museum with interactive displays, Monkey World and its unique collection of primates and Clouds Hill, the home of Lawrence of Arabia. The Lawrence Trail starts at the Tank Museum and follows the story of T.E. Lawrence, taking in where he worked, lived, died and is now laid to rest. Wool is a small, quiet village with its own train station and is on the route of the Jurassic Coast bus (X54) linking Poole to Weymouth. The River Frome runs through the village and on its banks is the 17th century Woolbridge Manor where ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ spent her honeymoon in Thomas Hardy’s novel of that name. There are a number of village shops, 2 pubs (and another a short distance away) plus a small country market selling local produce held every Thursday at the D'Uberville Centre on Colliers Lane. There was a Roman settlement at Wareham and the modern town has grown up over this. It is believed that the transport of that time took advantage of the various rivers in the area and the closeness to the natural harbour at Poole. Wareham lies between the Rivers Frome and Piddle, at the gateway to the Isle of Purbeck, a peninsula jutting out into the English Channel.  Wareham has a good selection of shops and galleries, catering for every taste. There are also plenty of cafés, bars and restaurants. The Rex Cinema is a small establishment in the style of the 1930s, run by volunteers. It is still possible to take boat trips from the bustling quay. The town holds an annual carnival at the end of July, involving a series of events to raise money for local charities. Swanage is the most easterly town on the Jurassic Coast, and its gently shelving sandy beach and sheltered waters have made it a popular destination for families since Victorian times. Despite being just six miles from the urban expanse of Poole and Bournemouth, Swanage feels a world away, and retains a sense of bustling but easy-going seaside charm. The beach also holds the prestigious blue flag for beach cleanliness. The town makes a great base to explore the eastern end of the Jurassic Coast. The iconic chalk stacks of Old Harry Rocks are a three-mile walk north east along the South West Coast Path, while Durlston Head is a short walk to the south. From here there are spectacular views of the Jurassic Coast extending westwards, with the Isle of Wight visible to the east. The scenery around the Lulworth area is stunning, boasting some of the most dramatic geological features along the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, including Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. West Lulworth is a traditional Dorset fishing village, once a smugglers’ haunt and boasts one of the oldest pubs in Dorset. With thatched cottages dating back over 400 years and pretty, former coastguard houses, West Lulworth is steeped in history.  At East Lulworth, there are quaint stone cottages, a traditional country pub, as well as Lulworth Castle and Park. There is a great range of activities and attractions in and around Lulworth to keep the whole family entertained. Lulworth Cove, with its perfectly rounded bay and picturesque scenery, is one of Dorset's most well-known and loved landmarks. Swim in the crystal clear water, take a boat trip or look for fossils along the shoreline. A short walk from the Cove along the South West Coast Path brings you to Durdle Door, with its magnificent stone arch and beach. There is also kayaking, coasteering, mountain biking or guided walks available in the area. Nearby you can also enjoy horse riding in the surrounding heaths and woodlands. Lulworth Castle and Park, with its beautiful grounds and chapel is a must-see during your stay. The Castle was devastated by a fire in 1929 and has been restored in part to allow visitors the chance to enter the Castle. The town also has a thriving events calendar, with a variety of railway events and other highlights including hugely popular jazz and folk music festivals.
  • C'était un endroit charmant pour une escapade d'un week-end

    Kaven2019-06-24T00:00:00Z
  • Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    12


    Chambres à coucher

    3

    Wareham, Royaume-Uni

    Self-contained annex with twin/double bed with ensuite shower, wc upstairs (room under eaves for 2 air beds suitable for young children). Double sofa-bed downstairs; ideal holiday let. Bi-fold doors leading out to enclosed south facing patio. Kitchenette, downstairs bathroom, shower, WC. Fantastic location for cycling, swimming, local sports centre adjacent.
    Newly built annexe which can accommodate up to 2 + 2 with use of sofa-bed downstairs. Plenty of hot water for bathroom and shower downstairs or alternatively the shower upstairs. Electric underfloor (slight additional cost during the winter months). Large secure parking area on drive away from the road.
    Within easy reach of Wareham where you can hire boats, canoes, catch a boat to Poole (providing the tides are right!). Good eating places and local pubs, often with live music at the weekends. Local beers and ciders on offer.
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Appartement


    Capacité d'accueil

    4


    Chambres à coucher

    2

    Wareham, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    This stylish semi-detached, self-catering cottage, with all the comforts of home, is located in a peaceful and tranquil Dorset setting surrounded by 3 acres of meadow. Wi-Fi and pet friendly. Sleeps 12. On the ground floor there is a kitchen/lounge area. The kitchen is fully equipped with oven, hob, microwave, washing machine and fridge/freezer whilst the lounge area has plenty of seating and a double sofa bed. The separate dining room has a table and chairs with seating for 12 guests. Patio doors lead out to a shared decked area, with garden furniture, charcoal BBQ and private hot tub. Bedroom 1 has a double bed with an en-suite bathroom. Heading upstairs there is 1 bedroom which has 1 x double bed, 3 x adult size bunk beds, a Juliette balcony overlooking the grounds and a large en-suite shower room. Set in 3 acres of grounds, the cottage is accessed through a private gated entrance. There is a large open laid to lawn space, equipped with a giant chess and draughts set, football goal posts and both badminton and basketball nets, where all guests can enjoy outdoor activities on their doorstep! Al fresco table tennis facilities are also available, weather permitting. A limited number of bicycles can be hired for those wishing to explore the best of the Jurassic coast and beyond on two wheels.  This pet friendly cottage is furnished and finished to a high standard throughout, offering superior self-catering accommodation. Available for weekend breaks, short breaks, week-long holidays, corporate training, entertaining and much more. As part of the Deluxe Holiday Homes experience, we can offer additional services to make your stay that even more memorable. For instance, we can arrange a personal chef to provide a unique and unforgettable dining experience, hire a chauffeur driven minibus for a bespoke and stress free door to door service, organise a private motor yacht cruise, to name but a few. Please view our Deluxe Concierge Services for any additional activities and assistance we can offer as part of your stay. We welcome your enquiry and look forward to you booking with us.
    Lulworth Mews is ideally situated for those who wish to experience all that the spectacular world heritage site of the Jurassic coast has to offer, including the breathtaking seascape at Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove. The Saxon town of Wareham on the River Frome is just 5 miles away, whilst the popular tourist resort of Swanage, with its blue flag beaches, is a little over 14 miles away. The golden sandy and award winning beaches at Poole, Sandbanks and Bournemouth are also in close proximity. With inspiring destinations within easy reach, the local area has some of the very best attractions and scenery that Dorset has to offer. Wool and nearby Bovington contain some of Purbeck’s most loved attractions including the Tank Museum with interactive displays, Monkey World and its unique collection of primates and Clouds Hill, the home of Lawrence of Arabia. The Lawrence Trail starts at the Tank Museum and follows the story of T.E. Lawrence, taking in where he worked, lived, died and is now laid to rest. Wool is a small, quiet village with its own train station and is on the route of the Jurassic Coast bus (X54) linking Poole to Weymouth. The River Frome runs through the village and on its banks is the 17th century Woolbridge Manor where ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ spent her honeymoon in Thomas Hardy’s novel of that name. There are a number of village shops, 2 pubs (and another a short distance away) plus a small country market selling local produce held every Thursday at the D'Uberville Centre on Colliers Lane. There was a Roman settlement at Wareham and the modern town has grown up over this. It is believed that the transport of that time took advantage of the various rivers in the area and the closeness to the natural harbour at Poole. Wareham lies between the Rivers Frome and Piddle, at the gateway to the Isle of Purbeck, a peninsula jutting out into the English Channel. Wareham has a good selection of shops and galleries, catering for every taste. There are also plenty of cafés, bars and restaurants. The Rex Cinema is a small establishment in the style of the 1930s, run by volunteers. It is still possible to take boat trips from the bustling quay. The town holds an annual carnival at the end of July, involving a series of events to raise money for local charities. Swanage is the most easterly town on the Jurassic Coast, and its gently shelving sandy beach and sheltered waters have made it a popular destination for families since Victorian times. Despite being just six miles from the urban expanse of Poole and Bournemouth, Swanage feels a world away, and retains a sense of bustling but easy-going seaside charm. The beach also holds the prestigious blue flag for beach cleanliness. The town makes a great base to explore the eastern end of the Jurassic Coast. The iconic chalk stacks of Old Harry Rocks are a three-mile walk north east along the South West Coast Path, while Durlston Head is a short walk to the south. From here there are spectacular views of the Jurassic Coast extending westwards, with the Isle of Wight visible to the east. The scenery around the Lulworth area is stunning, boasting some of the most dramatic geological features along the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, including Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. West Lulworth is a traditional Dorset fishing village, once a smugglers’ haunt and boasts one of the oldest pubs in Dorset. With thatched cottages dating back over 400 years and pretty, former coastguard houses, West Lulworth is steeped in history. At East Lulworth, there are quaint stone cottages, a traditional country pub, as well as Lulworth Castle and Park. There is a great range of activities and attractions in and around Lulworth to keep the whole family entertained. Lulworth Cove, with its perfectly rounded bay and picturesque scenery, is one of Dorset's most well-known and loved landmarks. Swim in the crystal clear water, take a boat trip or look for fossils along the shoreline. A short walk from the Cove along the South West Coast Path brings you to Durdle Door, with its magnificent stone arch and beach. There is also kayaking, coasteering, mountain biking or guided walks available in the area. Nearby you can also enjoy horse riding in the surrounding heaths and woodlands. Lulworth Castle and Park, with its beautiful grounds and chapel is a must-see during your stay. The Castle was devastated by a fire in 1929 and has been restored in part to allow visitors the chance to enter the Castle. The town also has a thriving events calendar, with a variety of railway events and other highlights including hugely popular jazz and folk music festivals.
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    12


    Chambres à coucher

    2

    Wareham, Royaume-Uni

    Substantial, deluxe detached property in a peaceful and tranquil woodland setting on the Jurassic coast in Dorset. Wi-Fi and pet friendly. Sleeps 23 with 5 bedrooms and 5 en-suites.  The ground floor comprises: Large hallway which accommodates both a pool and football table. There is a generous lounge with plenty of seating, a spacious separate open-plan kitchen and designated dining area with a table and chairs and a patio door leading to the garden. The fully equipped kitchen includes cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Another dining area leads off that has a wood/coal burning stove and patio door to the garden. The separate utility room is equipped with a washing machine and side door to the garden. Bedroom 1 has 1 x king size bed, 1 x adult bunk bed, 1 x en-suite shower room and patio door with access to the garden. Bedroom 2 has 1 x double bed, 1 x adult size bunk bed and 1 x en-suite shower room. Bedroom 3 has 1 x double bed and 1 x en-suite shower room. The first floor comprises: Bedroom 4 which has 1 x king size bed, 4 x single beds, 2 x single trundle beds and 1 x en-suite shower room. Bedroom 5 has 1 x king size bed, 3 x single beds and 1 x en-suite bathroom. The large enclosed garden has a decked area, furnished with plenty of tables and chairs, sun loungers, gas BBQ and hot tub. At the front of the property, the private drive offers parking for 10 cars. The Lodge has access to 3 acres of meadow which is a large open laid to lawn space, equipped with a giant chess and draughts set, football goal posts and both badminton and basketball nets, where all guests can enjoy outdoor activities on their doorstep! Al fresco table tennis facilities are also available, weather permitting. A limited number of bicycles can be hired for those wishing to explore the best of the Jurassic coast and beyond on two wheels.  This pet friendly property is furnished and finished to a high standard throughout, offering superior self-catering accommodation. Available for weekend breaks, short breaks, wedding receptions, family functions, week-long holidays, corporate training, entertaining and much more. As part of the Deluxe Holiday Homes experience, we can offer additional services to make your stay that even more memorable. For instance, we can arrange a personal chef to provide a unique and unforgettable dining experience, hire a chauffeur driven minibus for a bespoke and stress free door to door service, organise a private motor yacht cruise, to name but a few. Please view our Deluxe Concierge Services for any additional activities and assistance we can offer as part of your stay. We welcome your enquiry and look forward to you booking with us.
    Woodlands Lodge is ideally situated for those who wish to experience all that the spectacular world heritage site of the Jurassic coast has to offer, including the breathtaking seascape at Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove. The Saxon town of Wareham on the River Frome is just 5 miles away, whilst the popular tourist resort of Swanage, with its blue flag beaches, is a little over 14 miles away. The golden sandy and award winning beaches at Poole, Sandbanks and Bournemouth are also in close proximity. With inspiring destinations within easy reach, the local area has some of the very best attractions and scenery that Dorset has to offer. Wool and nearby Bovington contain some of Purbeck’s most loved attractions including the Tank Museum with interactive displays, Monkey World and its unique collection of primates and Clouds Hill, the home of Lawrence of Arabia. The Lawrence Trail starts at the Tank Museum and follows the story of T.E. Lawrence, taking in where he worked, lived, died and is now laid to rest. Wool is a small, quiet village with its own train station and is on the route of the Jurassic Coast bus (X54) linking Poole to Weymouth. The River Frome runs through the village and on its banks is the 17th century Woolbridge Manor where ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ spent her honeymoon in Thomas Hardy’s novel of that name. There are a number of village shops, 2 pubs (and another a short distance away) plus a small country market selling local produce held every Thursday at the D'Uberville Centre on Colliers Lane. There was a Roman settlement at Wareham and the modern town has grown up over this. It is believed that the transport of that time took advantage of the various rivers in the area and the closeness to the natural harbour at Poole. Wareham lies between the Rivers Frome and Piddle, at the gateway to the Isle of Purbeck, a peninsula jutting out into the English Channel. Wareham has a good selection of shops and galleries, catering for every taste. There are also plenty of cafés, bars and restaurants. The Rex Cinema is a small establishment in the style of the 1930s, run by volunteers. It is still possible to take boat trips from the bustling quay. The town holds an annual carnival at the end of July, involving a series of events to raise money for local charities. Swanage is the most easterly town on the Jurassic Coast, and its gently shelving sandy beach and sheltered waters have made it a popular destination for families since Victorian times. Despite being just six miles from the urban expanse of Poole and Bournemouth, Swanage feels a world away, and retains a sense of bustling but easy-going seaside charm. The beach also holds the prestigious blue flag for beach cleanliness. The town makes a great base to explore the eastern end of the Jurassic Coast. The iconic chalk stacks of Old Harry Rocks are a three-mile walk north east along the South West Coast Path, while Durlston Head is a short walk to the south. From here there are spectacular views of the Jurassic Coast extending westwards, with the Isle of Wight visible to the east. The scenery around the Lulworth area is stunning, boasting some of the most dramatic geological features along the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, including Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. West Lulworth is a traditional Dorset fishing village, once a smugglers’ haunt and boasts one of the oldest pubs in Dorset. With thatched cottages dating back over 400 years and pretty, former coastguard houses, West Lulworth is steeped in history. At East Lulworth, there are quaint stone cottages, a traditional country pub, as well as Lulworth Castle and Park. There is a great range of activities and attractions in and around Lulworth to keep the whole family entertained. Lulworth Cove, with its perfectly rounded bay and picturesque scenery, is one of Dorset's most well-known and loved landmarks. Swim in the crystal clear water, take a boat trip or look for fossils along the shoreline. A short walk from the Cove along the South West Coast Path brings you to Durdle Door, with its magnificent stone arch and beach. There is also kayaking, coasteering, mountain biking or guided walks available in the area. Nearby you can also enjoy horse riding in the surrounding heaths and woodlands. Lulworth Castle and Park, with its beautiful grounds and chapel is a must-see during your stay. The Castle was devastated by a fire in 1929 and has been restored in part to allow visitors the chance to enter the Castle. The town also has a thriving events calendar, with a variety of railway events and other highlights including hugely popular jazz and folk music festivals.
  • Nous avons passé un week-end de réunion universitaire fantastique à Woodlands! Il y avait tellement de place pour notre grand groupe et tout ce dont nous avions besoin en termes d'ustensiles de cuisine, etc. Le temps n'était pas très agréable, nous n'avons donc pas pu sortir et explorer les environs, mais la maison était suffisamment belle pour ne pas nous laisser déranger. Super d'avoir le bain à remous aussi. Ils ont eu la gentillesse de nous donner le départ tardif, ce qui a été très apprécié. Je recommande vivement de séjourner à Woodlands!

    Liz2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • Parfait pour les grands groupes avec tout ce dont vous avez besoin en termes d'espace et de restauration. L'espace extérieur est également très agréable.

    Joanna2019-07-07T00:00:00Z
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    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    23


    Chambres à coucher

    5

    Wareham, Royaume-Uni

    The Old Piggery is a self-contained converted piggery located in the grounds of a grade II listed thatch cottage, within the Purbeck Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Guest accommodation is offered in one first floor en-suite double bedroom (shower, sink & WC) with storage cupboard and underfloor heating.
    The building was sympathetically converted to retain much of the character of the original cob building. It is flooded with natural light, benefiting from full-length windows and roof openings. The room has a kettle, toaster and mini fridge. A continental breakfast tray will also be available and is included in the room price. Please confirm on booking whether this will be required. Nearby eating establishments include: Kemps Country House and Restaurant is within walking distance (0.4 miles) Holme Nursery Garden Centre Farm Shop & Cafe (1.1 miles) The Black Dog Inn, East Stoke (1.1 miles) The Pig on the Beach at Studland (11.3 miles) Nearby Wareham (2.7 miles) offers a variety of cafes, restaurants, pubs, supermarkets and the weekly Saturday community market. The Salt Pig is an independently owned café and farm shop with branches in both Wareham and Swanage. They source all beef, game, pork and lamb from farms within 8 miles of the shop and ensure a high standard of quality and provenance.
    Local Attractions & Things to Do: Studland & Old Harry Rocks (11 miles) Poole Harbour Brownsea Island (11.3 miles) Arne nature reserve (6.5 miles) Lulworth Cove & Durdle Door (7.4 miles) Tyneham and Warbarrow Bay (7.6 miles) Wareham Forest (6.5 miles) for walking and cycling trails The Purbeck Way, & South West Coast Path along the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site providing access to 95 miles of stunning coastline National Cycle Route 2 is 1.4 miles from the Old Piggery Bovington Tank Museum (4.2 miles) Monkey World (3.6 miles) Kingston Lacey (National Trust) (16 miles) Athelhampton House and Gardens (10.9 miles) Lots of golf courses: Dorset Golf and Country Club (3.4 miles) Wareham Golf Club (3 miles) Bulbury Woods Golf Club (8 miles) Isle of Purbeck Golf Club (9.6 miles) Purbeck Gliding Club (3.7 miles) Purbeck Shooting School (3.6 miles) The quaint seaside town of Swanage offers plenty of independent shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, bakeries, a cinema, amusements as well as the bay and long sandy beach. Wareham has an independent cinema called the Rex plus local shops, kayak hire for paddling on the Frome and plenty of eating and drinking establishments. We are less than a mile from the River Frome. High Street shopping is available in Poole, Bournemouth and Southampton Dorchester (14.5 miles), Bridport (29.3 miles) and Wimborne Minster (13.4 miles) are nearby historic market towns.
    Type de chambre

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    Type de logement

    Maison de visiteur


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Chambre privée1 lit
    The Old Piggery
    Prix :$122 CAD/nuit
    32 commentaires
    Superhost
    Large double room with french doors opening onto garden, bed is a custom built brand new sofa bed with high quality mattress, extremely comfortable to sleep on. Private lobby with bedroom and en suite shower room located away from the main house off the utility room. Extremely private accommodation and very quiet garden. Modern, newly refurbished accommodation with new fixtures and fittings.
    Newly refurbished ground floor private room off private lobby. Room features french doors to south facing private garden. New high quality custom built sofa bed (thick mattress), armchair, tv, dvd player. En suite shower room. Extremely private accommodation. Secure bicycle storage in lock-up garage and off street parking is available.
    Wareham is a historic Saxon walled town, a gateway to the Isle of Purbeck. Our home is located a short stroll from Wareham town centre which offers numerous restaurants, pubs and shops. We have many beautiful walks at our doorstep and are only 10 miles from the stunning Jurassic coastline. The Bovington Tank Museum and Monkey World are a short 10 minute drive from our home.
  • Nous recommandons cet endroit magnifique autant le logement que le joli jardin, le tout décoré avec goût. Catherine est très accueillante et serviable. Sa maison est propre, on s'y sent bien. Elle nous met à l'aise. Une adresse que l'on conseille vivement. Un grand merci à Catherine.

    Nanou2018-05-09T00:00:00Z
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    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    This charming Victorian holiday home in Wareham has recently been lovingly renovated, the stunning period features including high ceilings and wrought iron fireplaces, seamlessly blend with modern conveniences. Elm Villa has been tastefully furnished and decorated in neutral tones throughout and offers light and airy accommodation. A spacious feel flows throughout the home and provides comfortable yet practical surroundings.
    You will enter the sunroom via the pretty courtyard garden, an ideal spot to enjoy morning coffee and the paper. The shaker style kitchen is well planned and equipped with all you may need during your stay. From the hallway the spacious dining room is complete with log burner for those cosy winter evenings and farmhouse style seating for 6. The sunny living room with vast bay window is complemented by a warm, inspirational interior with traditional wooden floors and sophisticated fabrics. Overlooking the front garden, it is the perfect spot to enjoy a lazy afternoon or heavenly evening in front of the fire. On the first floor you will find 3 spacious and well-dressed bedrooms, 2 doubles and 1 twin. Family bathroom with large walk in shower. This property is located in the heart of the pretty, quiet, historic town of Wareham, connected to the railway network With a wealth of attractions, open countryside, river walks and beauty spots on your doorstep, Elm Villas is a fantastic choice for a Dorset holiday. These include Athelhampton House, Monkey World, Farmers Palmers and Corfe Castle. Wareham and the Isle of Purbeck is also home to a wealth of natural marvels, including Lulworth Cove, sandy beaches at Studland and Swanage, country walks through the Purbeck Hills, Wareham Forest walks and the Jurassic coast.
    Wareham, gateway to the Purbecks, is an ideal base for a memorable family holiday. Whether you love walking, cycling, fishing or boating, Wareham has it all nearby. Wareham’s history as a ‘port’ along the River Frome dates back beyond Saxon times, evidence of which can be seen in the Saxon walls surrounding the town. A pretty market town, Wareham has a relaxing Quay, interesting curio shops and weekly farmers market. All of this and just 20 minutes from blue flag beaches.
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


    Chambres à coucher

    3

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Double room with Private lounge with TV, desk/dining table. Private Shower room. Breakfast included at no extra charge. Located in the centre of Wareham with access straight onto the high street.
    A Light and Airy front bedroom, Private lounge and Shower room in a listed town house. Right in the heart of Historic Town of Wareham.
    Wareham is an Historic Town on the river Frome. Set at the gateway to the purbecks.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Maison de ville


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

    Large double room with a corner sofa, WIFI, tv, tea and coffee making facilities, shared bathroom. quiet and relaxing with views outlooking onto garden and countryside. Located down a country lane, 1.5 miles to (wool) local shops, pubs and train station, 4.5 miles to Lulworth cove. Great for people want who want to get out and explore the countryside/ beaches.
    Monkey world 3.1 miles Lulworth cove 4.5 miles Durdle door 6.4 miles Weymouth beach 15 miles Swanage beach 13 miles Bournemouth 24 miles Tank museum Bovington 3.6 miles
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Dorset, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

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