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Field Farmhouse

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Karen & Kevin Phillips welcome you to Field Farmhouse, where we pride ourselves on first class ensuite accommodation, food and friendly service and all set in the peaceful and picturesque Cerne Valley, best known for it’s naked Giant carved deep in the chalk hillside. The village of Godmanstone is at the head of the valley and is only ten minutes from the county town of Dorchester, renowned for its museums, country lifestyle shops and historic tea rooms, a county much loved by the writer and poet Thomas Hardy.

Dorchester and its surrounding area offer a wide range of activities with ample golf courses, fishing, shooting, walking, bird watching, horse riding and it’s situated only ten miles from the award winning beach at Weymouth, where there are all the seaside facilities to enjoy, alternatively take a stroll along one of our Jurassic coastal paths, whatever you decide we would love you to relax with us in the heart of Dorset.

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Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Double: From £40 - Based on two people sharing
Single: £45 - Single occupancy
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Children Welcome
Special Diets Catered For
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No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
Open All Year
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