This is the beautiful approach to The Pump House. Set in its own wildlife/wildflower meadow with plenty of private parking. An absolute haven.
The open plan living-room allows light to pour in.
The patio is a delight - completely private and surrounded by the wildlife meadow.
A friendly welcome awaits you in this delightful cottage.
This is the meadow-side of The Pump House. There is a terrace beneath the pergola and not a house in sight.
As well as the meadow around The Pump House you have sole use of this private garden close by.
Guests are welcome to stroll and sit in the Manor House gardens.
Looking across the living-area from the other direction. There is a wood burning stove for cosy evenings in.
There is a spiral staircase leading up to the bedroom and bathroom.
The kitchen-area is beautifully fitted along two of the walls of this unique space.
The Pump House is not only unique, totally restful and hidden away, but great fun too.
Fabulous Kelly Hoppen bed linens are a bedtime treat.
This cleverly designed dressing table with storage and a make-up mirror is a great addition to the bedroom
Artwork from local artists adorns the walls throughout The Pump House.
The pretty bathroom has room for a bath as well as the shower.
Have morning breakfast in the Pump House private garden. The Farm Shop at the bottom of the lane supplies all immediate needs.
The sheep live in an adjacent meadow - they all have their own names!
Somerset is the home of cider.
Apple orchards are symbolic of Somerset.
This grand avenue of trees links the Manor House gardens to The Pump House.
Please do make the most of this fabulous tennis court, which is available from the 1st April to the 1st October.
There is secure bicycle storage at The Pump House.
This is the dramatic Jurassic Coast at Burton Bradstock, beyond West Bay at Bridport.
Stroll up the lane to watch a cricket match. A glorious way to spend a lazy afteroon.
The beaches along the Jurassic Coast have dog friendly areas all year round, and restrictions are then lifted after September.
There are many historical houses to visit nearby, such as Montacute House.
The iconic  Jurassic Coastal landmark of Golden Cap from the beach at Seatown. ( where there is a fabulous pub ! ).  Lyme Regis is in the distance
A stunning spectacle of sea cabbages at Codgen Beach.
Lyme Regis on the Devon/Dorset border is an easy drive from The Pump House. There is an all year round dog-friendly beach at the far end and beyond the fisherman's buildings on the Cobb harbour itself.
The gorgeous Lyme Regis bay. An easy drive from The Pump House.

The Pump House

2098

5.3 miles N of Beaminster / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

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  • 132 Reviews

The Pump House exceeded our expectations. We have stayed at very nice places before, and with great welcome hampers, but this is the first time we have arrived to find a table laid out with cups and saucers and cake ready to slice. It felt very welcoming. Many thanks. Both formal and informal gardens for the sole use of the Pump house were extensive and perfect for our dog. Said dog was very unhappy when it came time to go home and expressed her disagreement with such a ridiculous idea by running away several times back into the gardens before we finally managed to get her in the car....

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How amazing to read that your expectations were exceeded. It sounds as if your dog found a little slice of doggy paradise too! Julie, Customer Support

Unique accommodation. Loved the meadow set around the pump house, lots of wildlife. Very kind of Judith to open up her garden too at her Manor House and to give information where to go for a day trip out to West Bay.

Good location. Helpful host. Comfortable premises. Lovely garden.

This is an absolutely stunning place, we are definitely returning and have recommended highly to family and friends,

We spent a lovely week in The Pump House at the end of September 2023. The property is very comfortable and the owner very welcoming. We could not fault it at all. Situated in the very quiet village of North Perrott in a beautiful part of Somerset, with Dorset just down the road, there were plenty of places to go and things to see. A really relaxing place to be. Will have to visit again....

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