Orchard View extends over three floors and looks out over the enclosed south-facing rear garden, which gets the sun all day.
The open plan kitchen/dining/living room is perfect for sociable holiday gatherings.
This fabulous original fireplace was discovered during the renovation and has been made into a feature.The entire kitchen/dining/living room has the luxury of under-floor heating.
The spacious first floor master bedroom has views to the High Street and village church.
The entrance to Orchard View, is down the driveway beside the house, the south facing terrace catches the morning sun.
The very well-equipped kitchen has an induction hob, compact dishwasher and washing machine.
The sitting room is a great space to escape for a little holiday tranquility.
The cosy sitting-room is separate from the open plan space, with another television,
The enclosed garden faces south and is a real sun trap.
The enclosed very private and sunny garden is the perfect place for a BBQ.
The entrance to Orchard View is through the gate and at the side of the house, parking is on the quiet High Street.
The spacious master bedroom room has a super comfy 5ft bed.
The bright family bathroom has a bath with shower attachment and a shower cubicle.
The first floor family bathroom has a shower cubicle as well as a bath.
On the first floor of this stylishly restored house you can escape for a quiet read!
On the second floor bedroom 2 has 3ft twin beds and views out over the village.
The second floor bedroom 3 has a 5ft bed and en suite shower-room.
Bedroom 3 looks out to the orchard and countryside beyond.
The en suite shower-room for bedroom 3.
This beautiful staircase has been lovingly restored, it is not suitable for a stair-gate.
The little terrace catches the sun and is ideal for morning coffee. The enclosed garden is through the gate to the left of this photograph.
Fabulous views from almost every window in this gorgeous house.
Gold Hill in Shaftesbury with it's cobbbled street has been photographed many times, but why not add it to your collection?
The quiet and pretty High Street in Hindon is lined with lime trees.
The village shop and Post Office is run as a community store, stroll along for fresh croissants and local produce.
The Lamb Inn is one of two good pubs in the village.
Plenty of space for running around safely in the village play area, 500 yards from Orchard View.
The surrounding countryside is truly magnificent.
The nearby city of Bath is a must-see, Pulteney Bridge is very photogenic.
The Cathedral City of Salisbury is well worth a visit.
The National Trust's Stourhead House and gardens make a great day out and look fabulous in the spring when the rhododendrons are in bloom.
Stonehenge, the magnificent prehistoric monument, is a 30 minute drive away (photograph copyright English Heritage).
The nearby town of Shaftesbury is one of the oldest and highest towns in England and offers spectacular views of the surrounding Blackmore Vale.
Lulworth Cove on the Jurassic Coast is impressive at any time of year. If you are feeling energetic take the coastal path to Durdle Door another iconic feature on this World Heritage coastline.
Iconic Durdle Door on The World Heritage Jurassic Coast
New Forest ponies, cattle and pigs roam freely within New Forest National Park, about a one hour drive from Hindon.
The New Forest has miles of paths and cycle tracks and is a great place to explore any time of year.
The pretty village of Hindon situated within the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs AONB is surrounded by beautiful countryside.

Orchard View

3299

6.8 miles NE of Shaftesbury / Sleeps 6

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

The Lamb (150 yards)

You'll find this charming pub in the centre of the pretty village of Hindon. Food is served daily and the menu offers a choice of freshly cooked meals. A children's memu is available along with vegetarian options.

Nearest beach

Shell Bay (30 miles)

A popular place during the summer, this beach consists of a wide expanse of sand and is named after the shells which were once a common find here. Situated at the very tip of the Studland Peninsula, access is made from either the Swanage end or from the Sandbanks ferry on the otherside of Poole harbour mouth. Facilities are good and dogs are allowed year round however restrictions apply during summer.

Nearest walk

Hindon and Great Ridge Wood (150 yards)

This walk of just under 8 miles takes in the woodland and open spaces of Wiltshire. Start and finish at the Lamb Inn, perfect for after walk refreshments. Take a look at the attached link courtesy of Christopher Somerville and enjoy.

Nearest town

Shaftesbury (7 miles)

Another famous haunt of the novelist Thomas Hardy, Shaftesbury has some of England’s most fascinating architecture, including the famous cobbled street of Gold’s Hill and the ruins of the abbey which date back to 888AD. The town sits at the top of a hill with panoramic views in every direction over Dorset and Wiltshire. Despite its glorious position and the beauty of its buildings and streets, Shaftesbury remains unspoilt by tourism.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Hill October 2013

Really worth a visit

We thought this would be more 'touristy' with the attraction of the Gold Hill. We stayed nearby and could have enjoyed pottering into Shaftesbury everyday. Turnbulls Deli and Cheese shop is amazing. (bring deep pockets). There are lots of cafes and independent clothes, gift shops and galleries to dip into. We didn't even get time to go to the Abbey but there are some fantastic views across the vale in the park area next to the Abbey entrance. A really friendly small market town, which even has an excellent curry house (Chutneys) which was an unexpected bonus.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Vesey-Wells November 2011

Shaftesbury is a lovely little town with an excellant bakery and nearby Hovis hill (Gold Hill)

Also nearby

Stourhead (8 ¼ miles)

Visit the world-famous gardens at Stourhead and sit amongst tranquil scenes. Described as ‘a living work of art’, the gardens lead visitors on a breath-taking journey. Spend a while in the 18th Century Palladian villa and Hoare family home, before wending your way around the grounds, falling in love with the beautifully thought out landscapes and classical architecture.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Pascoe October 2014

Magical!

This is the most beautiful place you can imagine - the walk around the lake, dropping into the various buildings and grottoes, is breathtaking. All I can say is you really must visit.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Merriman September 2013

Superb

A wonderful must in Dorset. Great gardens and interesting house. Well worth a visit.

The Beckford Arms (1 ½ miles)

Located on the edge of the beautiful parkland of the Fonthill Estate, this country pub offers good food and lovely gardens to sit and enjoy. Parking is available and the nearby Fonthill Lakes are worth a stroll around before dining.

Longleat Safari Park (9 miles)

Listen to lions roar and watch giraffes tower over the landscapes. At Longleat Safari Park little kids and big kids alike will fall under the magical spell of the wild. Go on a jungle cruise then hop over to Penguin Island before hedging your bets in the biggest hedge maze in Britain. A wonderful day of adventure awaits.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Pascoe October 2015

Fantastic for all ages

There is something here for every member of the family, and you can easily spend two days. The food outlets/shops etc are on the pricey side, but in fairness you do expect that at this type of attraction.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

March 2010

You won't see everything in one day

Grand house and attractions together with a drive through Safari park. Expensive to get in but once paid you have a passport for a week. You can even save up your Tesco clubcard points and get in for free! The house is interesting to look around and there are usually people in traditional dress doing role play with old cars and traditional old toys where your children can play. There is a maze and lot and lots of activites for children of all ages to do. The Safari park is brilliant, you get to see all your favourite animals in natural surroundings instead of in cages - but beware of the monkeys who will damage your car! A great day out and you won't see everything in one day.

Pythouse Kitchen Garden (2 ¾ miles)

A stunning 18th century walled garden which provides homegrown produce for the restaurant. Lunch is served either in the garden or restaurant daily and dinner on a Friday and Saturday only. It's better to book as it is a popular spot.

Chutney's Restaurant (6 ¾ miles)

A well established Indian restaurant serving both traditional and contemporary cuisine. A take-away service is available and booking is recommended.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Hicks August 2014

Hidden gem

Definitely worth a visit, gets very busy at weekends so go early! Plenty of choice on the menu, beautifully cooked chef's specials, polite service, just what you need. My husband ordered 'off menu' and they were happy to oblige.

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