Near Bridport, Dorset
Contemporary barn in Dorset with comfy furnishings and fab views of the surrounding countryside.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Hoods is listed in affiliation with Rural Retreats.
Cleverly converted from an ancient cart shed/log barn and a mid-century milking parlour, Hoods provides bright, contemporary, light filled accommodation with an open-plan living/dining/kitchen area, utility room, cloakroom, family bathroom. There are also two super-comfy bedrooms, one of which has its own en-suite shower room for added privacy.
With wonderful far reaching views across the Marshwood Vale including local landmark Colmer’s Hill, you can experience some of the best uninterrupted views of Dorset.
Hoods is a fabulous place to socialise and relax with your loved ones. It is ideal for people seeking a bolthole to gather your thoughts whilst you rest and recharge, or as a place to gather with friends. You can spend time together cooking and sharing long lazy meals and chats around the table or gazing across the beautiful landscape.
Sitting within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at Kingsland Farm, there is plenty of wildlife to experience and enjoy when relaxing on the large decked terrace, be it the tawny owls, pheasants, roe deer, badgers or numerous other local species.
Venture out to the pretty bustling market town of Bridport where on Wednesdays and Saturdays the two main roads are packed with antique, flower and food stalls. Bridport is also the gateway to the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site and well worth exploring. Furleigh Estates is only a ten minute walk from Hoods where great tours of the vineyard are on offer. Towards the nearby village of Symondsbury you will find walks around the estate ending up at the top of Colmers Hill, a famous landmark. On your way back, pop into the Symondsbury Kitchen cafe for refreshments.
The nearby town of Beaminster offering local shops, cafes and pubs is approximately six miles away. A visit to West Bay is a must - after crabbing off the harbour, grab fish and chips from one of the many kiosks and head to the beach for a picnic. All year round dog walking at Cogden, a National Trust beach, is the perfect place to clear the cobwebs.
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