Nestled in the centre of Hardy state beside Yellowham Wood, amidst 120 acres of farmland and 130 acres of woods, Yellowham Farmhouse proposes tranquillity and calmness. Containing an affluence of mature flora and fauna in a lovely two acre park, the farm offers ample and decorated with taste first floor suites.
When not taking in the local state air or investigating quite a few Dorset attractions, you can have a rest with a book in the nice visitor hall or practice your tennis with complimentary use of the farm's own court.
The caller lodging is located on the first floor. It has an attractive hall with cozy sofas and armchairs. The bedrooms are commodious and decorated with taste. Every bedroom has central heating, en room bath and shower facility, remote-controlled colour TV, clock radio, hairdryer and tea/coffee making amenities. Every room is equipped with been decorated with ease of comfort in mind.
Dorchester is a cheerful specimen of a conventional shire city with its bustling shopping precincts, deluxe 18th century houses, broad strolls and varied cultural life. With much to propose in leisure and rustic spell, there are a lot of attractions and chic to visit surrounding. Pretty countrysides and antique cities all featured in Thomas Hardy's novels, mingle amidst largely unspoiled village. Surrounding sights include: Dinosaur Museum (5 kms / three miles) - this nationally renowned museum is devoted to dinosaurs and the enchanting world in which they lived. Breathtaking and pioneering displays complement exhibits of actual fossils, skeletons, and life-size reconstructions. Athelhampton House and Gardens (5. five kilometers / three. five miles) - one of the best 15th century houses in England, containing a lot of magnificently equipped rooms and Grade 1 19th century terraces. The Jurassic Coast (16 kms / ten miles) - the 153 kms (95 miles) strip has become the 1st natural place in the state to be given World Heritage spot status by UNESCO. Monkey World (12km /8 miles) - the internationally renowned ape rescue heart embedded in a 65 acre wildlife garden, as seen on tv series Monkey Business and Monkey Life. It's Dorset's most well-known treveller attraction.
By auto: From Dorchester: - Travel east along the A35 (towards Bournemouth and Poole) for about three. two kilometers (2 miles). - Go two hundreds meters along the dual carriageway and turn left and then immediately right. - Yellowham Farmhouse drive is on the left. By train: The nearest main train station is Dorchester (4 kilometers / two. five miles). Taxis will be obtainable from outside.
Nestled in the centre of Hardy state beside Yellowham Wood, amidst 120 acres of farmland and 130 acres of woods, Yellowham Farmhouse proposes tranquillity and calmness. Containing an affluence of mature flora and fauna in a lovely two acre park, the farm offers ample and decorated with taste first floor suites. When not taking in the local state air or investigating quite a few Dorset attractions, you can have a rest with a book in the nice visitor hall or practice your tennis with complimentary use of the farm's own court.
Cancellation Policy: If cancelled up to seven days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged. Whether cancelled later, 66 percent of all nights will be charged. In case of no-show, the entire price of the reservation will be charged. Kids and Extra Bed Policy: Children cannot be accommodated at the guesthouse. There is no holding capacity for supplementary beds/cots in the suite. Deposit Policy: No deposit will be charged. Vat and city/tourist taxes: VAT is not applicable. Facilities charge is included. City/tourist tax is not applicable. Internet connection: No internet connection access accessible. Meal Plan: Full English breakfast is included in the apartment rate. Car parking: Free social car parking is obtainable on spot. Pets: Pets are not allowed. The guesthouse reserves the right to pre-authorise credit cards prior to arrival.