Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday cottage in Winfrith Newburgh - The Old Dairy
Cottage, bedrooms: 1, sleeps: 2
The Old Dairy is a stunning one bed property nestled in a wonderful part of the Dorset countryside. Its secluded spot on the outskirts of Winfrith Newburgh offers uninterrupted views of open fields and farmland. This former milking parlour is a Five*gold award holiday cottage providing luxury self-catered accommodation for couples.
The faultless architecture provides not only visual pleasure, but a relaxed and practical environment to enjoy the perfect holiday. This private and romantic hide-away is perfect for couples wishing to experience life beyond the public gaze; a honeymoon, special occasion or simply a well-deserved break.
A magnificent 20ft glass and oak gable end ensures the open plan living room, kitchen and dining area are bathed in natural light. This combined with the splendid oak vaulted ceilings ensures that the entire property feels striking yet serene. The immaculately designed mezzanine gallery bedroom enjoys exceptional views of the rural landscape making your stay truly memorable.
The Old Dairy benefits from a private courtyard garden which lies adjacent to a small paddock, home to our chickens and further afield our beehives with open farmland beyond.
* Sleeps 2
* Welcome Hamper
* King size bed
* 40' TV and DVD player
* Central Heating
* Private drive with ample parking
* Free Wifi internet access
* No Smoking
* Unsuitable for Pets
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- not suitable for children
Guestbook comments from the owner
The Sun it rose and warmed us; what a sight!
Its rays the fields they painted within a golden light!
The Roe deer browsing the hedgerow warming their flanks
almost as though they were giving thanks.
We sat and viewed such a glorious scene
from the lounge of one of the nicest places we have ever been.
The Old Dairy is such a peaceful, restful place
And Jane the host does welcome with such warmth and grace.
Our heartfelt thanks for such a lens from which to view
such a peaceful world as we reclined and enjoyed a brew!
A lovely poem for our guest book, thank you Chris and Ruth