Beautifully furnished, the Victoria and Albert Suite at the Victorian Barn Cottages is a great place to unwind and enjoy a great time with friends and family in the idyllic Dorset countryside. This is a stunning location, set next to unspoilt countryside with far ranging views over surrounding fields and farmlands, within Dorset's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Large Group Barn Conversion Accommodation with Access to an Indoor Heated Swimming Pool, Hot Tub and Sauna for a Relaxing Holiday
The accommodation is great too! There are four bedrooms, two spacious living areas; each complete with a comfy lounge area, dining area and large flat-screen TV, along with large windows and stunning country views, a third lounge with leather sofas, a spacious well equipped kitchen with microwave, dishwasher, electric cooker, under counter fridge and freezer plus an additional kitchen on the ground floor, along with four bedrooms.
The bedrooms comprise of:
Each of the bedrooms has its own wall mounted flat screen TV. Up to 14 guests can be accommodated in the bedrooms and in the three large lounges (two of which feature deluxe double sofa beds). With vaulted beamed ceilings in many of the rooms, you can really enjoy the feel of staying in high quality barn conversion style accommodation, as well as access to excellent shared leisure facilities on site including:
• A large heated indoor swimming pool (12.5 metres by 6 metres), heated to a very comfortable 30 degrees year round.
• A relaxing warm bubbly hot tub
• A pine scented sauna
• A gym with treadmills, a rowing machine, exercise bike, as well as plenty of other equipment.
Fishing Lakes On Site
• Three fishing lakes, just 180 metres down a country lane, with parking available where guests can fish for carp, mirror, rudd, bream, tench and roach.
Excellent Family-Friendly Facilities On Site
This is a fantastic location for guests of all ages with facilities for families including:
• A children's adventure play area with large climbing frame, swings and slide, as well as a 14ft trampoline which could just get the kids jumping for joy.
• An outdoor play area for younger children.
• A games room with full-size pool table, a quiz machine and football table, for both young and older guests.
Whatever your age or interests, there is plenty to keep you and your group of friends or family happy and entertained at this fantastic cottage complex in Dorset. There is so much on offer here that you may not want to leave at all!
Should you wish to explore the local area, all around is the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are plenty of great places to enjoy outdoor activities; explore the Blackmore Vale, an area of countryside often dubbed Thomas Hardy country where there are lots of good footpaths and bridleways.
The charming town of Dorchester with its shops, cafes, historic buildings and attractions such as the Dinosaur Museum is around 14 miles away. For days out by the seaside, Weymouth with its lovely golden sandy beach is around 45 minute's drive away and the Jurassic coast with its coves and beaches is within an hour's drive.
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Fantastic location for walking and cycling holidays. Blandford Forum (8 miles from The Victorian Barn) is a market town in Dorset, sited by the River Stour about 15 miles northwest of Poole. Blandford is notable for its Georgian architecture, the result of rebuilding after the majority of the town was destroyed by a fire in 1731. The rebuilding work was assisted by an Act of Parliament and a donation by George II, and the rebuilt town centre—to designs by local architects John and William Bastard—has survived to the present day largely intact. Sturminster Newton (4 miles from The Victorian Barn) is a pretty Dorset town, in the Stour farmlands, where there has been a market since 1272. It is situated in the beautiful Blackmore Vale, between Sherborne and Blandford Forum. There are several rivers in the area, the largest of which is the River Stour, which flows south from its source in Somerset, and turns south east at Sturminster Newton. With thriving businesses, attractions and local events—no wonder Thomas Hardy once lived here.
Cool Play/ Crazy Monsters/ Climb Aboard - soft play centres Monkey World Tank Museum Weymouth Beach Farmer Palmers Sherborne Abbey Sturminster Newton Mill Milton Abbas Royal Signals Museum Trailway
Recommended Places to Visit: Dorchester Weymouth Portland Bournemouth Sherborne Wareham Swanage - railway Maiden Castle Maumbury Rings Tutankhamum Exhibition Dinosaur Museum Athelhampton House Corfe Castle
Annual Events: Sherborne Castle Country Fair - May Oak Fair - August Gillingham & Shaftesbury Show - August Bath & West Show - May/ June Georgian Fair - Blandford Forum Great Dorset Steam Fair - August/ September Cheese Festival – September Dorset County Show – September
Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Ibberton The Halsey Plumber Manor The Fox The Swan The Bull
Local Sports: Folke Golf course Horse riding in Blandford Forum Water activities at Weymouth & Portland Dorset Water Park
Please visit the Owner's website to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in .