|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Hursey Gate Stables, 1 double and 1 twin bedroom, sleeps 4
Beautifully converted stables using rustic reclaimed materials, a cosy two bedroom cottage that is spacious and very well equipped. Solid oak floor boards, huge rustic re-claimed beams and vaulted ceilings feature in most of the rooms
Bedroom 1; King size bed, TV and DVD player.
Bedroom 2; two 3ft single beds, TV and DVD player.
All beds have comfortable high quality mattresses, and luxury designer bed linen
Bathroom with toilet,basin and powerful shower over the bath.
The lounge/diner is very spacious with plenty of seating, large flat screen TV and DVD player. SKY TV, including SKY Sports and SKY Movies channels. The kitchen is very well equipped, including a double electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
All rooms have wonderful views of the friendly farm animals in the paddock and surrounding countryside. There is a raised decked veranda with seating and a private fenced garden below.
Broadwindsor is a popular,historic conservation village, in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area is characterised by beautiful rolling hills, and pretty villages. It is a haven for walkers ; there are many walks direct from the cottages including Lewesdon Hill (the highest point in Dorset). Dogs are welcome too. There is a friendly pub; The White Lion, and a renowned Craft centre, with a restaurant, Village Store, play park and 12th century church. The three cottages are located within the grounds of West Hill House. Beautifully restored high quality accommodation with original rustic features throughout. Numerous animals on site including Pot Bellied pigs, Pigmy goats, sheep and lambs in spring.The beautiful town of Lyme Regis with a wonderful sandy beach is 20 mins drive away. All cottages have private fenced gardens and private parking. The cottages are highly recommended by our guests who return year after year. ## PLEASE SEE OUR MANY EXCELLENT REVIEWS ON TRIP ADVISOR ##
We live a few miles away in Broadwindsor and run 3 other holiday cottages which are very popular.
There is a small holding with numerous friendly farm animals including Pot Bellied pigs, pygmy goats, sheep and miniature horses.
Guests at Albert Cottage are very welcome to visit and pet the animals.
We continually improve update the cottages so that they are of a high standard and your holiday is as pleasant and comfortable as possible.
We hope to provide an enjoyable holiday experience. We try to cater for individual and family needs, and wherever possible we will try to accommodate specific requests.
When we moved in, in May 2006, the properties needed some immediate substantial repairs.The origins of the house are uncertain, but the main house originates from at least the 17th Century, and possibly earlier. Orchard Cottage is an extension to the main house and The Bothy was an old coach house and stable, with hay loft above. They are both at least 200 years old.
The main house which was originally thatched, is of stone construction, the brick facia at the front was added approximately 150 years ago. The two new houses to the left of West Hill House were built on what was originally the walled vegetable garden for the house.
Deposit £150 payable by internet banking or cheque
Friday change-over, we welcome guests from 3pm, please vacate by 10.30am on departure.
Notes on prices:
Discounts for repeat bookings; 10% in school holidays, 20% all other periods
We stayed at Hursey Gate Stables for one week with our two dogs.
The accommodation is of a really good standard, being a very well renovated stable block with a lovely light open plan feel. Inside are all mod cons including a well equipped kitchen (with dishwasher and washing machine), comfortable sofas, broadband at a small additional cost and Sky TV. The shower had excellent water pressure. Owner John is friendly and welcoming and helpful basics are provided such as dishwasher tablets, milk, tea towels, and hand wash by the sinks.
Our favourite aspect was the rear of the stables. French doors open onto a decked veranda, small stock fenced garden area and views over the paddock. This is occupied by friendly and inquisitive sheep, pygmy goats and pot bellied pigs, who can be fed.
Broadwindsor is a lovely village with good road access to many tourist sites as well as beautiful quiet countryside walks right from the front door. There is a useful shop and pub in short walking distance.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would come again.
Stayed 5th June 2015 for one week cottage is very clean large and lovingly renovated, it had everything you could possibly need. Really loved it and will be going back ! Could not recommend highly enough thanks for a great stay
We have just returned from a lovely break at Hursey Gate with our two young children aged two and three. The stables were a great mix of homely furnishings with high quality modern fixtures and fittings. The children loved feeding the animals over the back garden fence and John and Elaine and their children couldn't have been more welcoming. We were very lucky with the weather and spent three days of our week long break at Lyme Regis, which has a great soft sandy beach. We would definitely highly recommend this accommodation, and plan to return as soon as possible. The discount offered on return visitors makes a good value break all the better.
Simply the best equipped and most comfortable holiday let yet. I was there with my Mother and our 2 dogs and it was fabulous for all of us (including the dogs!) We had packed washing up liquid and loo roll as so often you arrive and there is none. David and Elaine had simply thought of everything and there was nothing that lacked either in the kitchen or elsewhere. The cottage is in a beautiful setting backing onto their field with sheep, pigs and goats. You can hear a pin drop outside and walk the dogs from the front door. A lovely welcome awaits you and a very useful informative folder full of information about the area and the places to visit. We had a fabulous break