Manor Farm Lodge is a unique period property with a private enclosed cottage garden, and the grounds of the Manor House to explore too.
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 warmly invited to use the tennis court in the Manor House gardens, which is available from the 1st April to the 1st October.
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, 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 private lane that passes the Lodge and join the wonderful Perrott Way - a countryside trail that is right on your doorstep
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 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.
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


1.9 miles E of Crewkerne / Sleeps 4 + cot

Need more time? Reserve any cottage for up to 24 hours before booking

7 Nights from  £385

Manor Farm Lodge is the ideal base for exploring the fascinating area around the Somerset/Dorset border, and is within easy reach of the stunning Jurassic Coast at Lyme Regis. This beautifully presented Grade II listed period Victorian gatehouse is in the heart of the pretty, quintessentially English village of North Perrott – complete with pub and farm shop with cafe (both with free WiFi), cricket ground and 15th Century church. Set in its own enclosed walled garden, with a delightful hedge archway into the stunning gardens of the original manor house, this comfortable cottage has a cosy wood-burning stove in the sitting-room and a second ornamental one in the dining-room. Upstairs, the double bedroom boasts a brass bed, and the second bedroom can be set up as a single or a twin to suit guests.

The Lodge is a listed period property set within a walled and fenced cottage garden providing a safe enclosure for pets and children. Guests are also welcome to sit and relax in the adjoining formal gardens of the Manor Farm. You are invited to use the tennis court (available from the 1st April to the 1st October) and to meet the pet sheep and other farm animals.

Lying within the warm-coloured hamstone village there is an abundance of historical sites to visit such as Montacute, Lytes Carey, the Roman Hill Fort of Ham Hill, the Roman city of Bath, the medieval city of Wells and the famous Glastonbury Tor. For the garden enthusiast there are the monastic Forde Abbey, East Lambrook and Tintinhull gardens. The bustling market town of Bridport offers art and antique lovers the opportunity to explore and Crewkerne is a hub for antiques treasures. The World Heritage Jurassic Coastline provides the seaside experience with fossil hunting opportunities at Lyme Regis and Charmouth bays.

The Lodge is a cosy base offering a traditional holiday with modern home comforts. There are beautiful walks for nature lovers right on the doorstep without having to take your car. Join the Parrett Trail or explore the apple orchards by just walking along the track that passes the front door.

Ground Floor


Sitting-room with TV, video, DVD player and wood-burner

Dining-room with CD player and ornamental wood-burner

Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge and dishwasher

Utility-room with washing machine/drier

Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin

First Floor

Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6") and wash-basin

Bedroom 2 with twin beds (2'6" recommended for children only) and wash-basin

Other properties at this location: The Pump House (2098).


  • Dogs welcome
  • Travel cot and high chair
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • No smoking
  • Pub 200 yds
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • 7 panel heaters and 2 electric convector heaters