Description: About Langford Valley Stables
Newly Converted High Quality Barn Conversion sleeping 6 near Dorchester
Newly available, stunning 3 bedroom barn conversion in the unspoilt Dorset countryside. Just converted, this holiday barn has been refurbished and converted very recently to a very high standard and now offers stylish high quality holiday accommodation for discerning guests.
Set in a tranquil valley in the heart of rural Dorset, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, this is a truly unspoilt and beautiful part of Dorset, just 6 miles from Dorchester. Escape to the country and be within easy reach of the coast too; the fascinating Jurassic coast is within reach for day trips with the seaside town of Weymouth just 14 miles away and famous Durdle Door just 20 miles away.
Inside this High Quality Barn Conversion in Rural Dorset is:• An open plan living area with exposed beams and French windows to maximise on the rural views. The open plan living area comprises of a lounge area with comfy seating, a luxurious well equipped kitchen with a Deluxe rangemaster cooker, fridge/freezer, coffee machine, dishwasher and microwave, and a dining area,
• A separate utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer,
• Two sets of French doors lead out from the open plan living area to the terrace where you can enjoy alfresco dining in summer time and soak up the views,
• A downstairs cloakroom with WC and handbasin.
The Bedrooms:• 3 en-suite double bedrooms (each with Freesat TV plus zip and link beds so each can be arranged either as a superking sized bed or as a twin),
• One of the bedrooms is on the ground floor (which will appeal to those with more limited mobility) and the two further bedrooms are upstairs.
For the comfort of guests, there is underfloor heating throughout the barn.
Unlimited Wifi is available.
The barn sits within its own private garden where guests can relax, unwind and enjoy the tranquil location.
Ample parking is available next to the barn.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2020
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Local Attractions near Dorchester
Top Attractions: Abbotsbury Swannery A unique habitat for swans. The only colony of nesting mute swans you can visit in the world. Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens Established in 1765 by the first Countess of Ilchester as a kitchen garden for her nearby castle. Abbotsbury Childrens Farm There are lots of animals for the children to meet, greet and feed. Dorset County Museum A world-class contemporary museum and exhibition space. Teddy Bear Museum From the earliest antique teddy bears to today’s TV favourites they are all waiting to greet you in this enchanting Teddy Bear Museum. Tutankhamun Exhibtion A spectacular recreation of Tutankhamun’s tomb and treasures. Monkey World Monkey World assists governments around the world to stop the smuggling of primates from the wild. Bovington Tank Museum This unique collection of over 300 vehicles is regarded as the best in the world and includes the world’s first ever tank – Little Willie, the feared German Tiger tank and the modern Challenger 2. Corfe Castle Model Village Set in an acre of landscaped gardens, an ideal place for a lazy few hours for both young and old alike. Fleet Air Arm Museum Representing the flying arm of the Royal Navy. Sealife Centre Family-friendly exhibits with a variety of sea creatures
Recommended Places to Visit: Hardy’s Cottage Evocative cob and thatch cottage – birthplace of Thomas Hardy Cloud’s Hill The rural retreat of T. E. Lawrence Kingston Lacey A lavish family home built to resemble an Italian Palace in the rural Dorset countryside. Brownsea Island Famous for red squirrels, wildlife and Scouting Montecute House A masterpiece of Elizabethan Renaissance architecture and design. With its towering walls of glass, glow of ham stone, and its surrounding gardens it is a place of beauty and wonder. Barrington Court Discover the echoes of history in the heart of Somerset, in breathtaking gardens and working orchards
Annual Eventst: Visit the rural market towns of Dorset and enjoy the historic buildings, beautiful countryside and wonderful local produce. Dorchester – Every Wednesday - Known as “Hardy Country” – the landscape that novelist Thomas Hardy used time and again as a backdrop for his tales of love and tragedy. Poundbury – The 1st Saturday of the month - Poundbury lays on the western edge of Dorchester on Duchy land and was designed by the Prince of Wales who outlined his pioneering ideas in his 1989 book, ‘A Vision of Britain’. Bridport – Every Wednesday and Saturday - A charming, pretty town with lots of antique shops and has a Vintage and Antique market which takes place on the last Sunday of the month from March – October. Sherborne – Every Thursday and Saturday - One of the most beautiful towns in England and has an abundance of fine Medieval and Georgian buildings built of the honey coloured Hamstone, quarried at Ham Hill, Dorset. This Dorset gem has a reputation for art and antiques. A magnificent Abbey, two castles and unique shopping – a visit to Sherborne is a cultural must. Weymouth – Every Thursday - The world was introduced to the Olympic Georgian grandeur of Weymouth during the 2012 games. The golden sands and safe shallow waters are the perfect place to enjoy a day by the seaside, followed by supper at the buzzing, waterfront harbour. Portland – Every Tuesday - Rugged, relaxed and famous for its National Sailing Academy, Portland is alive with activity. Rock climing, abseiling, diving, kayaking; the Heritage coastline is perfect for the sporty.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Local Pubs Saxon Arms True Dorset village pub, great for families, dog friendly with wholesome pub food and real ales. The Greyhound, Sydling St Nicholas, award winning pub with excellent food and is rated one of the prettiest small vilages in Dorset. Restaurants/Cafes Hix Oyster and Fish House at Lyme Regis. Celebrity chef, the location is fabulous overlooking the famous Cobb at Lyme Regis. The Hive Beach Café at Burton Bradstock which sits on the shingle beach of Chesil Bank with wonderful views of the Dorset coastline. Riverside Restaurant at West Bay Two level waterside seafood restaurant with locally caught fish, farmed meats and fresh vegetables all in one place. Crab House Café, Portland On the Fleet between Weymouth and Portland – a rustic seaside hut with tables standing on sand belies and a menu of upscale fresh seafood dishes including oysters from its own beds.
Local Sports: cycling, fishing, fly fishing, walking, walking, golfing
Nearest Train Station: Dorchester South
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