Dairyman’s Cottage is traditional yet contemporary, semi-detached and set on a south-facing terrace. The property has a welcoming feel, with a stunning open plan design downstairs, with stone floors, plenty of room for the dining-table and leather sofas flanking the open fire. Upstairs are the master bedroom and twin bedroom (the beds can be made up as a double if requested) and the family bathroom.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player and open fire. Electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with double bed
Bedroom 2 with 'zip and link' (6' double or twin) beds
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Take care around the lake (within a fenced field but please supervise children at all times).
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
Part of Hatts Farm
Sleeps 9 + 2 cots in 2 properties
Hatts Farm is a working farm set in 100 acres on the Dorset/Wiltshire border, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty near the market town of Shaftesbury and within driving distance of Longleat, the New Forest, Bath, Salisbury and Stonehenge. A day trip to the Jurassic Coast is very popular. There ...Read More
Hatts Farm nestles into the hillside amid the stunning countryside on the Dorset and Wiltshire border.
The open fire adds even more character to this lovely barn conversion.
The well-equipped kitchen and dining-area.
The front of Dairyman's Cottage with a pretty little sitting-out area, which is attached to Hatts Barn (2093).
Free-range farmyard ducks, chickens and guinea fowl will delight children.
This view shows Dairyman's Cottage (2093) and Hatts Barn (2093) in their fabulous rural setting.
Looking across the open plan living-area from the front door.
Plenty of space to relax and unwind.
The bright twin bedroom.
The master bedroom looks out over the little lane to the fields beyond.
Hatts Farm is situated on a quiet lane.
The family bathroom in Dairyman's Cottage is fresh and contemporary.
Dairyman's Cottage is a cosy barn conversion.
Hatts Farm has a very rural feel to it.
The historic Saxon town of Shaftesbury is less than two miles away.
These beautiful bluebell woods are a two minute walk down the lane.
You can easily spend a whole day at the National Trust's Stourhead Gardens.
Hatts Farm nestles in the panoramic view of the Dorset/Wiltshire countryside.
Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument and World Heritage Site, is a 40 minute drive away (photograph copyright English Heritage).
Salisbury is famous for the Cathedral but also has regular markets to visit.
The Benett Arms at Semley, a traditional 16th Century Inn and freehouse, is a short drive away.
Iconic Durdle Door on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast; an hour from the cottage.
The New Forest National Park has ponies, cattle and pigs roaming free.
Bicycle hire is available in the villages of Burley and Brockenhurst, there are miles of cycle tracks through ancient woodland and open heathland.
The ammonite pavement at Monmouth beach, Lyme Regis, a great place for fossil hunting.
Lyme Regis has plenty going on all year round, fossil history, the iconic Cobb, a lovely beach with summer watersports and lots of shops and delicious places to eat.
The RSPB nature reserve on Brownsea Island has lots of visiting birds and the added attraction of peacocks and red squirrels.
If you like primates, Monkey World is a rescue and rehabilitation centre where you can see plenty of them.
Rural Dorset in the spring.