Hatts Barn is a spacious semi-detached barn conversion with reverse-level accommodation.
Hatts Farm nestles into the hillside amid the stunning countryside on the Dorset/Wiltshire border.
The wonderful open plan first floor living-area with cosy wood-burner, high beams and wooden floor.
The kitchen is fitted across the enitre width of the barn - spacious and sociable.
The sitting-area at the opposite end of the the first floor galleried-area,
The dining-area is in the middle section of this contemporary open plan space.
Steps lead from the front door to the open plan first floor in this reverse-level barn conversion. The master bedroom is in the background.
The family bedroom can be viewed to the left of the front door.
Hatts Barn has been beautifully restored.
The spacious master bedroom has 'zip and link' beds, which can be set up as twins or a 6' double, and en suite shower-room.
The en suite shower-room for the master bedroom.
The family bedroom can be made up as a double and there is an additional bed for a child.
The stylish family bathroom.
The perfect place for afternoon tea.
These charming chickens, ducks and guinea fowl wander around the farmyard.
This is the famous Gold Hill in historic Shaftesbury - just a mile or so away from Hatts Farm.
This view shows Dairyman's Cottage (2094) and Hatts Barn in their fabulous rural setting.
Hatts farm is on a quiet lane.
Hatts Farm nestles into this panoramic view of the Dorset/Wiltshire countryside.
The lake at National Trust Stourhead is a beautiful place to spend a day.
The World Heritage Jurassic Coast and iconic Durdle Door are an hour in the car.
The Benett Arms at Semley, a traditional 16th Century Inn and free house, is a short drive away.
Salisbury Cathedral, cloisters and green are an easy drive from Hatts Farm.
Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument and World Heritage Site, is a 40 minute drive away (photograph copyright English Heritage).
The magnificent cliffs at West Bay, filming site for the TV series Broadchurch.
The Sandbanks chain ferry takes you across the mouth of Poole Harbour to the Isle of Purbeck, with fabulous sandy beaches.
The Pig on The Beach at Studland, be sure to book in advance.
The National Trust's Corfe castle looks out over the pretty village of Corfe, summer concerts and performances are held in the gardens.
Lyme Regis is a great town to visit for fossils, it's iconic Cobb, great ice cream, lovely beach, independent shops and lots of places to eat.
The pretty village of Beaulieu is home to the most fabulous Motor Museum.
The safe sandy beach at Weymouth still has a Punch and Judy show during the summer months.
Miles of cycle tracks and footpaths take you thorugh The New Forest National Park, with ancient forest and open heathland.
Hatts Farm nestles into the hillside amid the stunning countryside on the Dorset and Wiltshire border.

Hatts Barn

2093

1.7 miles NE of Shaftesbury / Sleeps 5 + cot

7 Nights from £478 - £1195

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Pricing

All prices are £ per week per cottage. Where applicable the prices are inclusive of VAT. The prices are specified for Saturday changeover dates.

For weekly holidays or short breaks beginning on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday the price for the following Saturday applies. For those beginning on Sunday, Monday or Tuesday the price for the previous week applies.

Bed linen and towels are included in the price. In addition, many cottages also include central heating within the price and this should be taken into consideration when comparing prices. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.

A non-refundable booking fee of £28 is payable per booking.

2018 weekly prices

  • 1 Jan - 10 Feb
    £478
  • 10 Feb - 24 Feb
    £544
  • 24 Feb - 24 Mar
    £478
  • 24 Mar - 31 Mar
    £616
  • 31 Mar - 14 Apr
    £640
  • 14 Apr - 28 Apr
    £526
  • 28 Apr - 5 May
    £562
  • 5 May - 12 May
    £622
  • 12 May - 26 May
    £682
  • 26 May - 2 Jun
    £939
  • 2 Jun - 16 Jun
    £765
  • 16 Jun - 23 Jun
    £813
  • 23 Jun - 30 Jun
    £903
  • 30 Jun - 7 Jul
    £951
  • 7 Jul - 14 Jul
    £1016
  • 14 Jul - 21 Jul
    £1070
  • 21 Jul - 25 Aug
    £1195
  • 25 Aug - 1 Sep
    £968
  • 1 Sep - 8 Sep
    £741
  • 8 Sep - 15 Sep
    £664
  • 15 Sep - 22 Sep
    £604
  • 22 Sep - 20 Oct
    £556
  • 20 Oct - 27 Oct
    £706
  • 27 Oct - 15 Dec
    £502
  • 15 Dec - 31 Dec
    £927