Located in Bridport, Dorset
Purcombe Farmhouse is a holiday cottage in Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset, sleeping 12 and pet friendly offering spacious accommodation in tranquility
Purcombe Farmhouse lies on a working farm in the Marshwood Vale in the village of Whitchurch Canonicorum just under 3 miles from the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. This semi-detached farmhouse sleeps up to 12 guests and is set in rural tranquillity but with easy access to Lyme Regis, Bridport and West Bay - the best of both worlds. With large gardens, areas to eat al fresco, 5 seater hot tub and lovely views over the Marshwod Vale it makes a great choice for large families or two or three families wanting to holiday together. With a wealth of activities to excite you in the area, from fossil hunting to golf coupled with a wealth of attractions such as Forde Abbey and Yeovilton Fleet Air Arm Museum there really is something for everyone.
The accommodation at Purcombe Farmhouse comprises of two living rooms, both with wooden floors and wood burning stoves, satellite TV, DVD players, CD player and WiFi. There is a dining room with huge dining table and chairs for all 12 guests. The kitchen comes fully equipped with two electric cookers, Rayburn, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine and tumble dryer in a utility area. Two toilets round off the ground floor.
Up to the first floor where there are 5 bedrooms, 2 5ft doubles and 3 twins. There are two bathrooms, one with shower over bath, basin and toilet, the other with shower, basin and toilet. Up to the second floor where bedroom six is another 5 ft double with en-suite bathroom.
Outside are large garden, mainly laid to lawn with views over the Marshwood Vale. There are patio areas, terrace, sitting-out area complete with furniture and a barbecue. There is a 5 seater hot tub, cycle store, table tennis and table football for you to enjoy during your stay. A welcome pack will be awaiting your arrival and pets stay free of charge. There is ample parking and your fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price.
Bridport is a market town on the Jurassic coast. The clay cliffs are abundant with fossils making the area popular with fossil hunters. Its most famous landmark is the view of the conical Colmers Hill with small clump of trees aligned with West Steet. Bridport has an arts centre, cinema, library and museum. The museum includes an extensive exhibition of the town's long history of rope-making and is open 10am - 5pm daily except Sunday from Easter until the end of October. Entry and access to all exhibitions is free. The Bridport Literary Festival has been running since 2005 and has played host to the industries biggest names. The Food Festival is held in late June at Asker Meadow and showcases locally produced foods for which the area is well known. The Food Festival week concludes with the Round Table Beer Festival. The town holds its annual carnival on the third Saturday in August.Read more
There are a large amounts of restaurants, pubs and cafes in and around Bridport catering for pretty much all tastes and budgets from traditional fish and chip dinner to breakfast at the Deli.Read less
Exeter is 31 miles away
Bristol is 43 miles away
Bournemouth is 53 miles away