If you are thinking about getting away from it all, take a well-earned break in our 16thC farmhouse which is peacefully situated and boasts views of Kimmeridge Bay across our 700 acres of farmland.
There are many spectacular walks, either along the newly designated World Heritage Site Jurassic Coastal Path or inland, over the Purbeck Hills surrounding the ruins of Corfe Castle and revealing extensive views of the whole county.
Kimmeridge Farmhouse has 2 double and 1 twin/double deluxe room. The rooms are spacious and attractively furnished and they all contain en suite facilities, colour TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. A delicious home cooked breakfast of your choice is served in our traditionally furnished dining room overlooking a tranquil garden.
Upstairs there is a lounge area where maps and books may be studies to plan the next day's activities, or where you can simply enjoy the company of other visitors.
There is a wide variety of good places to eat within a few miles of the farmhouse, ranging from country pubs to excellent restaurants.
A warm welcome awaits you.
- 5 Visit England Stars Farmhouse
- Visit England Gold 2013
- Visit England Breakfast 2013
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