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Located in the heart of beautiful rural Dorset in the peaceful hamlet of Woolland, Ellwood Cottages are outstanding conversions of three traditionally built barns in a courtyard setting.
Named after Dorset writer Hardy, Barnes and Blyton, the cottages have been lovingly restored to provide superbly equipped comfortable, tastefully furnished, year round, single storey self catering accommodation for the less-abled, their families, friends and carers.
Ellwood Cottages has an M31 rating (suitable for an independent wheelchair user) under the National Accessible Scheme.
Hardy and Barnes Cottages have two bedrooms, a cosy living room, comprehensively equipped kitchen and wet room.
Hardy will sleep up to three guests in comfortable single beds, Barnes sleeps up to four guests (two single beds in each bedroom). Blyton Cottage is larger and will sleep up to six in two ensuite bedrooms, with four single beds and childrens bunk beds.
Each cottage has a bedroom with an electric profiling bed and also a bedroom where the zip and link single beds can be placed together to make a superking bed. Mobile hoists and other special aids are available at no extra cost. Additional accessibility features include wide doorways, accessible sinks, easy reach electrical sockets and switches and lowered kitchen work surface areas for wheelchair users.
The cottages are exceptionally well equipped with flat screen TVs and DVD players. Kitchens all feature a high level side opening oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/drier and dishwasher. Ellwood Cottages have full central heating, with individual radiator thermostats for year round comfort.
Outdoors are spacious landscaped gardens with tables and chairs to guest use, providing stunning views across fields with farm animals and wildlife, to Bullbarrow Hill and Ibberton Hill.
An indoor heated splash pool has wide steps with handrails for easy access, a pool hoist for the less-abled, for use with guests own sling/harness and poolside seating area. There are fully accessible changing rooms with showers and toilets.
For guest requiring additional relaxation or entertainment, there is a recreation room with numerous books, musical instruments and games for all ages.
Covered parking is provided within a few meters of each cottage.
Woolland is in an area of outstanding natural beauty in North Dorset, with its picturesque villages, gentle rolling downland, woodlands and nature reserves, crossed by winding lanes, rivers and streams.
This accommodation does not have any available rooms
|Open New Year|
|Opening (1 January 2020 - 31 December 2020)|
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Barnes Cottage||from £400.00 to £1,030.00 per unit per week|
|Blyton Cottage||from £425.00 to £1,105.00 per unit per week|
|Hardy Cottage||from £375.00 to £925.00 per unit per week|
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
This information is self-assessed; therefore we accept no liability for its accuracy. Please contact the venue for further information.
From Gillingham drive to Sturminster Newton on the B3092, cross the bridge and turn right on the A357. Take the next turning left, Glue Hill - signposted Fifehead Neville and Hazelbury Bryan. Continue for approx. 1/2 a mile to Rivers Corner sign and double bend sign. Turn left halfway around the bens - signpoasted Okeford Fitzpaine and Fifehead St Quentin. In 1/2 a mile take the right fork signposted The Fifeheads and Hazelbury Bryan. Continue for approx. 3 1/2 miles (there are lots of twists and turns). Eventually you will some to a T junction. Turn left and you will see the Wooland sign. We are a few hundred yards on the left.
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