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Culeaze Holidays, Wareham, Dorset

Culeaze Holidays
Culeaze
Wareham
Dorset

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A top quality conversion of 19th century farm buildings surrounding a landscaped farmyard. Two of these are now ready. One with 3 double/twin and the other with one double room. All rooms are ensuite with bath and shower. Each home has a parking area and a patio with garden furniture and BBQ. The farm is secluded in unspoilt Piddle River Valley, 10 minutes drive from the Jurassic Coastline, Monkey World, 4 castles and 7 gardens. Stunning cliff and forest walks nearby.

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Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 2
Unit Type: Cottages
Price Guide: £338 (sleeps 2); £454 (sleeps 6)
Nearest Major Town: Wareham
Distance: 5 miles
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