- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Games Room
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
24 Customer Reviews
"The cottage was perfect for Christmas and we had a lovely time in a very quaint farm cottage, with incredible scenery and wonderful walks."
We particularly enjoyed the real fire although it is important to buy kindling, logs are supplied and very plentiful. Everything we needed was there in way of crockery and utensils, luckily my daughter who had previously visited one of the other holiday homes at the farm, had warned us toilet rolls and bin bags would be in short supply, especially when shops would be closed for Christmas. Which is a fair way to travel anyway. So we had taken extra. Also the owner allowed us an extra hour to check out, to which we were very grateful. For 5 to get showered, packed up (we had a lot for Xmas) and clean the house as requested is very tight. We did also feel 5pm is very late to check in, in winter when it is very dark although the cottage was left very welcoming, lit up and with wine and biscuits, thank you. It was also beautifully decorated for Christmas. It is a very dark area though and unfamiliar if a first visit so recommend a torch. The description should be amended to say the Elm Tree public house is temporarily closed. We had booked a Christmas meal there and, unfortunately and very disappointingly, informed it was closed just prior to our visit. By this time the cottage was already booked. Hence we took a lot of food. It is very dog friendly and safe in the garden. The cottage heating was on timer and perfect for us. Just a note to be careful of the stairs. We didn’t find the games room, but there are a couple of games in the house and please note there is a key safe on both back and front door with the same code, not just the front door which was confusing on arrival. So maybe the description should be amended to reflect all of the above.
"Cosy cottage in a sleepy village, the perfect get away for rest and relaxation."
The views are stunning and there is an excellent pub within walking distance. Dorset has so many attractions which will mean you returning again and again.
"Lovely cosy character cottage, it's exactly as described on the website."
Lovely and peaceful location in a quiet village, but an easy drive to local attractions. Would like to thank the owners for our goodies on arrival. My husband and son especially liked walking our dog around the village, our dog especially loved playing ball in the huge garden. We had a lovely stay despite the unseasonal weather. Would definitely recommend this cottage, I would say if you have mobility problems I'd give it a miss, the path at the back of the cottage was quite steep and the loose gravel made it quite slippy when wet. The stairs could be a bit of a hazard, due to the low banister at the top of the stairs. Other than the weather we had a lovely week thank you
"Really nice location."
Property is what you would expect as a farm property.cute and quaint. Would stay again. Thank you.
"Lovely cottage set in a great rural location with a nice size garden and patio."
We really appreciated the courtesy milk, biscuits, tea and coffee provided on arrival, a nice touch. The cottage was spacious for the four us with our dog and was also decorated with flags and bunting to celebrate the King's coronation. We feel the check in time of 5pm is a bit late, maybe 3pm would be better.
"Very cosy cottage with 2 lovely secure gardens."
Great parking on site and shared laundry facilities with game room. Hosts are very charming and helpful. Location in a sleepy hamlet, with good walks with great views. Will look forward to a return visit in September
"Thank you for letting us relax at Lower Farm."
The cottage was beautifully presented and equipped with everything one could need. Stunning scenery, peace, and quiet, just perfect. Coastal path on the doorstep. Cosy log fires of an evening. Thank you once again.
"UNABLE TO FAULT SUCH A WONDERFUL PROPERTY."
"Restorative and restful stay."
Cottage simply delightful. Would highly recommend .
"An absolutely beautiful cottage in a lovely village."
Well maintained, clean and with everything you could need.
"My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our week's stay at this quietly located cottage which was full of character and ideally situated just a few miles from Weymouth."
The sloping fenced garden was ideal for our dogs and parking was fairly easy approaching from the rear. Both comfortable bedrooms situated on the first floor were accessed via a fairly steep staircase and the second bedroom had an ensuite WC and wash hand basin. The accommodation downstairs comprised a spacious fitted kitchen and a cosy comfortable front lounge with a bathroom and lobby area arranged at the rear. We will definitely consider booking this cottage again.
"Lovely period property, very clean with everything we needed, lovely walks for us and the dogs nearby, excellent local Pub, what more could we ask for?"
"Very enjoyable stay in lovely surroundings"
"We loved the cottage and the beauty of the countryside."
Very peaceful but with all of South Dorset to explore. Only downsides were the difficult staircase for someone with a bad knee and think this should be mentioned in spec. Also the oddity of a loo in the second bedroom with its 3 beds rather than the usual ensuite with the main bedroom. But will be back to one of the other cottages which are more accessible.
"Very pleasant and helpful hosts."
Good location for visiting lots of places, and ideal for the dogs, lovely walks and a good enclosed garden. Cottage was warm, comfortable and well equipped. We found having a downstairs bathroom not very convenient, especially at night. The Cottage was very well cared for inside and out.
"Lovely little Cottage."
Stayed there before and really enjoyed as much as the first time.
"Perfect cottage for a family break."
Beautiful location - easy walks to the fleet from the back of the cottage. Lovely cosy & extremely clean and well equipped cottage. Our children loved the table tennis in the games room and the dog was really happy with long costal walks and sleeping by the open fire.
"Hi, we had a lovely stay - thank you."
Our only suggestion would be to provide a recycling bin or box within the cottage.
"Lovely setting and within easy reach of amenities."
Stairs were very steep, don’t recall a notice on this - would have been difficult for the very young or elderly. Bathroom could do with an upgrade, no mirror over the basin so shaving was messy! Upstairs could easily be rejigged to create a small shower and toilet serving both rooms, that would make it a dream cottage. Chairs in Longe seem to have a ridge in them. But overall, it was a lovely place to stay.
"The cottage was as described and we had a lovely stay for a week in October."
Ideally located for walking the Coastal Path. Just a couple of things we’d suggest - better documentation on things like where the bins are, extra logs for the fire, etc. also, on our last evening there was an infestation of small flies in the lounge. We have photos of these if you’re interested. I noticed some fly paper in the kitchen so wonder if this is a known problem. It did spill out last night there to be honest.
"We had a great weeks stay in a lovely cottage which is equipped very well and very clean."
A lovely area near the Fleet with great walks
"Lovely well equipped cottage in a beautiful setting lots of great walks on the doorstep and the coastline is spectacular."
The pub in the village was exceptional.
"The cottage was in an idyllic location however it wasn't really made clear how ..."
The cottage was in an idyllic location however it wasn't really made clear how isolated it was from amenities such as local stores and eating places
"Excellent location for both coastal and countryside visits/walks, set in a quiet beautiful village."
The accommodation is in an old cottage with all mod cons and has a lovely cosy lounge
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- Two bedrooms; 1 x triple room with en-suite basin and WC and 1 x super king
- Ground floor family bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Sitting room with open fire.
- Electric oven and hob, fridge,freezer, microwave, dishwasher, TV with DVD player, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Night storage heaters downstairs
- Electric heaters in bedrooms
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Highchair, travel cot and stair gate available on request
- Board games and books also available at the cottage
- Lawned front and back garden with patio area and BBQ
- Communal games room with table football, table tennis and a selection of garden and board games
- Communal Washing machine and Tumble Dryer located in the games room
- Off-road parking available for three cars
- Two well-behaved dogs welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 2.6 miles, The Elm Tree Inn is within walking distance and is less than 0.5 miles
- Note: Logs provided for open fire during winter months
- Note: There is an additional cost of £21 per week for per pet
- Please note pets are not to be left alone at the property.
Portesham 1.6 miles.
Resting in the quiet and picturesque village of Langton Herring, lies Lower Farm Cottage, a truly peaceful property in the coastal town of Dorset and close to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast and surrounding countryside.
Exuding character and charm, this traditional property boasts beautiful and original features whilst perfectly combining contemporary conveniences to ensure you and your family or group of friends have a superb self-catering stay.
Step inside this attractive abode and be welcomed into the sitting room, home to exposed wooden beams and stonework along with the added warmth of an inglenook fireplace, the ideal spot for cosying up on those chilly evenings as you enjoy a film or family games night.
The delightful English country kitchen diner is spacious and has all you need to rustle up a tasty meal for all to enjoy whilst planning your holiday itinerary or reminiscing on the past days’ adventures.
When night draws in, climb the stairs to one of the two bedrooms; one super king room and one triple room housing 3 single beds and an en-suite with basin and WC, along with an additional groundfloor bathroom with bath, over-head shower, basin and wc.
The cottage boasts a large south facing garden and sheltered patio area where children and dogs can play safety whilst you enjoy some alfresco dining in the warmer months, and just across the road next to the main farmhouse, you will find The Old Stable, a communal games room with a football and tennis table along with a selection of games and books to borrow and read at your leisure.
The bustling town of Weymouth can be reached within a 15-minute drive and here you will find a whole host of attractions for all ages.
Revel in a pure bucket and spade fun on the glorious golden sandy beach teamed with safe and shallow waters, perfect for taking a dip or getting involved in some of the water sports on offer.
The attractive esplanade is lined with shops, bars and cafes for you to grab a bite to eat or buy a souvenir to take back home, and the old historic harbour is a fabulous spot to sit and watch all the comings and goings of luxury yachts, fishing trawlers, tall ships, RNLI Lifeboats and across harbour rowing ferries.
However you choose to spend your holiday, Lower Farm Cottage is an ideal home away from home and promises to be a joy to return to each day after exploring all things Dorset.
About the location
Weymouth 8 miles;Dorchester 8 miles
Portesham is a beautiful West Dorset village, superbly located for access to the spectacular World Heritage Jurassic Coast, South West Coastal Path and South Dorset Ridgeway, in an area of outstanding natural beauty and only a short drive from Weymouth, Dorchester or Bridport. The village is surrounded by glorious countryside, with direct access to public footpaths including the south west coastal path. There is an excellent local pub serving good food and real ales, and a village farm store. A great base for touring, there is plenty to see and do within a short drive of this picturesque area, including Abbotsbury Swannery and Tropical Gardens. Take a walk up to St Catherine’s Chapel and experience the fantastic views over Chesil beach. The bustling market town of Dorchester is just 8 miles away, with its array of interesting shops, restaurants and museums. Within easy reach is the family friendly seaside resort of Weymouth and the Jurassic coast, and also dramatic Portland, venue for the 2012 Olympic sailing events. With Bournemouth and Poole only 40 minutes away, this is altogether a super holiday destination at any time of the year.
Please note: the laundry facilities and Games Room are shared.
Please note: This property will be decorated for Christmas in December
Please note: This property does not accept Sunday check-ins
This property offers the following short breaks: