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Self-Catering in Beaminster

Childhay Manor, Beaminster, Dorset

Childhay Manor

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Amidst beautiful rolling hills and tranquil Dorset countryside, this delightful property (the left half of the manor house shown in the photograph) boasts its own private garden with a small stream running through it. Set on the owners' organic farm, it also offers very spacious, comfortable and attractive accommodation as well as the opportunity to enjoy tennis and lovely walks. The surrounding landscape is dotted with picturesque villages and it is an easy drive to the sea at the charming port of Lyme Regis (8 miles). Cricket St Thomas Wildlife Park and Forde Abbey Gardens are both less than 7 miles distant whilst Yeovil, home to the Fleet Air Arm Museum and also a dry-ski slope, is 12 miles. Montacute House, a magnificent Elizabethan manor in the care of the National Trust, lies within a short drive as do several other interesting houses and gardens. Horse riding, golf, cycle hire, sailing and sea fishing are all available nearby. Village shop and pub serving food in Broadwindsor, 2 miles.

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