The view of the cottage on arrival - as you drive through the stone pillared entrance for this original gate-house.
There is a lovely sitting-room with a wood-burner.
You have your own dedicated fully enclosed gardens - a real 'cottage' garden for you to enjoy. The garden is very private.
Guests are welcome to explore the Owner's beautiful grounds and to use the tennis court. The Lodge is just to the right behind the trees in a very private setting.
The contemporary kitchen looks out over a second private garden area that is just for guests at the Lodge.
The sitting-room has plenty of comfortable seating and some lovely homely touches and a good supply of local informaiton is provided for you too.
The table is always set out for you on arrival.
... and there is always a wonderful home made cake too.
The dining-room also has a wood-burner, you can see the kitchen beyond it.
A traditional dresser gives the dining-room real character, in keeping with its history.
The cottage is very well-equipped with all that you will need for your stay.
The main bedroom has a traditional brass and iron bed and plenty of storage space.
The bedroom looks out to the front of Manor Farm Lodge.
You can enjoy a gentle start to your day, whilst making plans as to where to visit and explore.
Another view to give you the best idea of the size and space of this room.
The twin bedroom can also be made up with just one single bed if you wish.
The bathroom is downstairs and has a pretty colour scheme and is a warm and cosy room.
Looking at the bathroom from the other end of the room.
Children staying here will enjoy all the friendly touches that have been chosen to make guests feel at home.
This is the setting for Manor Farm Lodge - just behind the trees to the right of the photograph. The gardens at Manor Farm are a delight and all guests are warmly welcomed if they wish to explore.
Stroll down the lane and join the local footpaths of the Perrot Way.
A view of the Owner's 'white' garden.
This is the rear of the lodge - the path is from the parking-area to the back door.
Guests are also invited to make use of the Owner's tennis court.
This message says it all - your four legged friends will be made as welcome as you are.
The nearest beach to The Manor Lodge is this stunning section of the Jurassic Coast - West Bay at Bridport.
Lyme Regis is an easy drive from the cottage - a wonderful place for a day out.
The north Perrot Cricket Club is a short stroll down the lane - enjoy a real 'English'  summer's day watching the match.
The south Somerset countryside is beautifully unspoilt. This is the Cadbury Iron Age ring.

Manor Farm Lodge

1616

1.9 miles E of Crewkerne / Sleeps 4 + cot

7 Nights from £378 - £870

December 2017

Great value for money, ideal location for walks, lovely gardens and close to the local farm shop and pub.


November 2017

What a charming little place. It was great for the dogs. We really enjoyed our stay. We were there in November and the heating was excellent. The owners have provided quality utensils in the kitchen and likewise with the bed linen and mattresses.


September 2017

We found this to be a very comfortable and well equipped cottage, whose owners deserve a big thank you.


June 2017

As always our stay at Manor Farm Lodge was very special. Judith and Gordon made us so welcome and the cottage was extremely comfortable and beautifully furnished. There was a delicious cake waiting for us with candles for my birthday, which was very thoughtful - thank you. We look forward to coming back soon. Sally and Graham Pilgrim


April 2017

As always a pleasure to stay here. Made to feel welcome and lots of lovely special touches for us and our pets. Warm and comfortable and lovely location. Will return again


April 2017

Everything about this property is wonderful, and to wander around the owners garden is such a big plus. And for those of us who have dogs, the walks are wonderful.


March 2017

I am happy for you to publish these comments, they are a true reflection of our findings.


December 2016

Yes


October 2016

This was the second time my wife and I stayed at Manor Lodge and it was a wonderful holiday. As usual, a lovely cake and a pot of tea was waiting for us on our arrival and the eggs, bacon and juice in the fridge for breakfast was a lovely thought.The Lodge was as cosy and comfortable as we remembered it and lighting the wood burner in the evenings made it extra special and our dogs flopped in front of it after their long walks on Ham Hill. We explored different parts of Dorset and Somerset this time round and found Sherborne which is a must see for its history and lovely shops. We had an amazing weeks stay and will definately be back again in the not too distant future.


October 2016

An excellent place to stay the house has wonderful feeling and reflects the happiness and friendliness of the owners - it is good place to stay and would recommend


September 2016

Manor Farm Lodge is a wonderful retreat - to be repeated as often as possible!


August 2016

Will return next year !! Owner was so lovely. Nothing was too much trouble. The location was superb.


June 2016

We had a wonderful week at Manor Farm Lodge! As we arrived and entered into the dining room we felt very cared for instantly! Gentle music was playing and there on the table was a chocolate cake! What more could we have asked for! A fantastic retreat.


April 2016

This is an exceptional venue the quality of fitting outstanding


March 2016

Thanks a lot to Gordon and Judith for providing us with this unforgettable "home away from home". The Lodge is definitely worth coming back - and it is a fantastic base camp for exploring the south west.


March 2016

Firstly an amazing welcome.. a fresh cake and everything set up for an afternoon tea just what you need after a journey. Milk eggs and bacon left for the morning. Even our dog had treats left in her bowl.A truely beautiful cottage with amazing hosts. THANKYOU!


October 2015

This cottage exceeded our expectations. Location is excellent for exploring Somerset and Dorset. The village pub serves excellent home cooked food and is very friendly, especially with dogs. North Perrott is an idyllic village with a farm shop, pub, and cricket ground and lots of lovely walks. We stayed at The Pump house at the same location on our last visit and although the two properties are very different, they are both excellent and we will find it hard to choose which one to stay in again next time. Special thanks to the owners for their attention and the special touches in the house.


October 2015

Everything was perfect the location the walks around the area and the owners were lovely made us feel very welcome milk and bacon in fridge on arrival


September 2015

Manor Lodge is a warm and comfortable place to stay with everything you need and more. We especially liked the eggs, bacon, milk, tea, fruit juice and the wonderful cake that was left waiting for our arrival...what a lovely surprise! The bed is so comfortable and very welcoming after a day's walking.The garden is enclosed and secure for your dogs which is very reassuring and there is plenty of downstairs space for them to sleep comfortably. There are so many beautiful country and coastal walks nearby which makes the location perfect. We spent a really lovely week here and were really sad to leave......Happy memories!!


August 2015

We arrived late and in a torrential downpour to be met by the table laid with a pot of tea and a super chocolate cake. The cottage was warm and welcoming the heaters were on not something you normally find in a holiday cottage in August! This set the standard for the whole cottage there was milk in the fridge but also eggs from the owners own hens and super bacon and apple juice from the local farm shop. Nothing is overlooked in this cottage everything that is provided is of the best quality. I was especially impressed with the bathroom towels. I always bring my own as usually even in the best cottages those provided are a bit small and mean here they are huge white and fluffy and mine never came out of their bag! We are dog owners and here your dog isn't just tolerated but welcomed just as chocolate cake is waiting for you a dog bowl and doggy treat is waiting for your pet. The cottage is very dog friendly with easily cleaned quarry tiles and lots of doors so you can shut your pet away from the carpeted areas. Ther are super walks straight from the door and a lovely garden. The garden is very safe for small dogs you would need to take care if yours is large and a jumper as some of the fences are low . This is a fabulous area for wild life and farm animals so take care to keep your dog on a lead if they are a chaser. Our dog is called Ennis after Jessica Ennis and she is a wonderful hurdler and chaser ! We kept her on a long lead all the time she was perfectly happy and we knew she wasn't going to scare the sheep or get herself lost. The owners are very friendly and helpful without being intrusive. We had a great week the only thing that could have been better was the weather but that's the English summer for you.


August 2015

A beautiful cottage, bags of character, a lovely home from home. Judith made us feel so welcome. Definitely returning and cannot recommend the lodge enough.


July 2015

The most lovliest of welcomes on our arrival, afternoon tea all laid out ready with a beautiful homemade cake, classic fm softly playing in the background. Perfect start to our holiday. The Lodge oozes warmth and character.


July 2015

This is a great base for getting around Somerset and Devon. Very relaxing at the Lodge with lots of lovely touches , on arrival welcome local produce and an instant feeling of being on holiday.


May 2015

Lovely cottage in a beautiful picturesque setting. Short walk up the lane to the local cricket club where if your lucky you can sit with a nice cold glass of cider and watch a cricket match. Short walk to the local pub which serves the usual pub food (only allowed to sit at one end if you have your dog with you), A slightly further walk down to Haselbury plucknett is the white horse, higher standard of food and you can sit anywhere with your dog. Short walk to the local farm shop for supplies (gorgeous cakes). Cottage is nice and cosy with a lovely wood burner, owners are friendly and helpful and not intrusive. You are allowed to wander through the owners gardens where there are lots of wild animals roaming around including baby rabbits (so cute). Lots of lovely walks in the area and you are only 30 mins from the south coast beach resorts.


March 2015

Beautiful place, comfy, cosy, stunning setting. Home from home. We will definately be back. 5*


September 2014

Lovely cottage, full of charm and ideally situated for exploring Somerset/Dorset. Lovely garden all around the property and truly enclosed; our dog thoroughly enjoyed it. Good walks from the doorstep and Farm Shop is well stocked with local produce and has a place to eat - very nice.


August 2014

Thank you for a wonderful weeks holiday one that we shall remember and we hope to come back to Manor farm lodge next year.


June 2014

It is a lovely cottage in a very friendly village, this was our second visit to North Perrott so cannot recommend it enough. Judith and Gordon made us feel welcome and our stay most comfortable.


May 2014

A lovely homely cottage with excellent walks straight from the door, and a good farm shop and dog friendly pubs nearby.


April 2014

We had a very relaxing break in a comfortable, heritage home. A beautiful welcome with cake and tea, and a fantastic garden for the children and dogs to explore. We may well be back!


October 2013

Manor Farm Lodge is a perfect holiday cottage for couples who want a quiet cosy retreat in a friendly village location but within easy reach of interesting towns and resorts. The owners are very friendly and helpful, there is a well stocked farm shop within an easy walk and a gentle stroll to the local village pub.


June 2013

One of the best cottages we have stayed at especially for those little things one forgets - e.g.. cooking foil, oil, sugar, milk, etc. There was bacon and eggs etc. in the fridge and a dog bowl complete with treats. On arrival there was a table set for tea complete with locally made cake, tea, milk, sugar etc.
What a fantastic welcome! All facilities were very good and exceptionally clean, however we found the bed not to our liking, possible due to the two mattress covers (understandable) making it very hot it was also very firm. The write-up on the main house mentions an additional occupant! We think there may be one in the cottage too. The owners, Judith and Gordon Hall, made us feel very welcome and extended the use of the main garden to us. Thanks to them both.


May 2013

Great walks from the door. Local farm shop good supply of local food. Pub did a fantanstic dinner and baby friendly.


May 2013

Have stayed there several times before and always appreciated the excellent hospitality/welcome from Mr & Mrs Hall. The cottage is very comfortable and attractive as Victorian. Owning a dog we also find this an excellent cottage with the enclosed front garden and the kind use, if required, of utilizing the large attractive grounds of Mrs Hall's main house. Much appreciated also is the welcoming food and drink (local Apple Juice!) supplied, particulary the cake, which we always enjoy on arriving. Always satisfied we hope to return again next year as we have never found anywhere better.


May 2013

This is a lovely old fashioned cottage set in its own enclosed garden which my dog loved, it was like spending a week in your own National Trust property. A big thanks for the cake on arrival it was lovely, and the eggs and bacon in the fridgel!!!!!! we had a fantastic week


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