Wynards Farm is close to Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove, part of the famous Jurassic Coast. Monkey World and Tank Museum. Bridleways linking up with the South West Coastal Path. Between Dorchester, Wareham and Weymouth.
Relax and unwind in style with uninterrupted views over the stunning rolling hills of the Dorset countryside. The Yurt is set in 11 acres of Wynards Farm, a small holding. Get cosy with the log burning stove and wake up to a beautiful sunrise.
The Yurt is set in 11 acres with uninterrupted views over the rolling hills of the Dorset countryside. The yurt has a kingsize bed, already made up, kitchen unit with hob, sink and fridge, together with cooking utensils, cutlery, etc. A woodburning stove to keep you warm as you snuggle up on the sofa. A private wetroom with Separett Villa 9000 eco-toilet and shower next door. There is a BBQ/fire pit to spend lovely quiet evenings outside under the stars with no light pollution. Breakfast hampers on request tailored to your taste, dietary requirements and budget with locally sourced foods, homemade marmalade and jams (charges apply). Breakfast may be taken in the main house (charges apply) The yurt and shepherd's hut (also on Airbnb) is set in Wynards Farm small holding which offers bed and breakfast accommodation at the main house.
There is parking close by to the yurt, although you can park outside to unload. There is space for storing bikes and laundry facilities. You are free to walk around the garden. We are up a track and there are footpaths and bridleways that leave straight from the property.
Общение с гостями
My husband, Ray and I run Wynards Farm with the help of our daughter, Annabel, and her partner Lee. Guests are greeted and shown the Yurt. We offer maps and literature and the "local secrets" of picturesque routes and places.
Most of our guests enjoy the privacy of having their own space so you can be left to your own devices and just leave the key in the door when you leave. There is usually someone around if needed.
Sometimes we can offer lifts to the pub or coast.
Другие важные подробности
We love where we live here at Wynards Farm. We have been here over 31 years. It is quite unique being a little bit off the beaten track but close to the local amenities. You can walk to the pub a mile away (The Sailors Return at East Chaldon) or the village shop half a mile which has a great stock of local produce. Winfrith is a traditional, picturesque village. The views are wonderful and you can watch the sunset from the back of the property on the small decking view point, or wake up to the sunrise over the church tower. We are not far from the famous Jurassic coast featuring Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove just a five minute drive. Monkey World and The Tank Museum are ten minutes away. The Saxon walled town of Wareham on the River Frome, Thomas Hardy's Dorchester and the beaches of Weymouth are fifteen minutes away. We are a very quiet location.
-- House Rules
We have a strictly NO smoking policy in the rooms or doorways to rooms. However we can provide an ashtray for the garden.
Well behaved dogs are welcome. There is a charge of £5.00 per dog per night, payable to me on departure. Please do not allow them on the bedding and they must be kept under control. We have dogs, horses, alpacas and chickens. We do need to be advised if you are bringing a dog at time of booking. Dogs cannot be left in the yurt unattended.
Guests are asked to consider us and others when coming in late.
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My husband, Ray, and I have lived at Wynards Farm for 29 years, having moved 2 1/2 miles east from the village of Owermoigne.
I never tire of the wonderful situation I live in and feel very fortunate to enjoy my home so much. I occasionally ride, weather permitting, but gardening takes up a lot of time and energy. Ray is a keen sailor, having crossed the Atlantic and then Pacific to New Zealand in a Malo 38. This has since been sold and he now belongs to the "Old Gaffers Association" as he owns a Cornish Crabber.
The photo was taken in New Zealand at Sharon's house, our eldest daughter, but fortunately we still have Annabel living approx. 15 mins. drive away.
I am a great lover of lunches and teas and visiting gardens with friends. Ray is more of a pub man, especially the Sailors Return on a Friday evening which is full of locals, farmers and businessmen, and a few wives.