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Warehams Barn

(Ref. 1098014)

Puncknowle near Burton Bradstock, Dorset Show on map

4.8

Sykes rating

  • 4 Guests

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • Pets No

Features

  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

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  • all (8)
  • stay (7)
  • views (7)
  • comfortable (7)
  • barn (7)

16 Customer Reviews

  • "The barn is in a wonderful setting with beautiful views across the Dorset countryside."

    Secluded enough to enjoy the peace and quiet of getting away from it all but close to local amenities and Chesil beach makes this such a perfect retreat. With plenty to wildlife to spot and numerous footpaths and walks in the area to explore. The barn is beautiful and you couldn’t ask for more from a property. The estate workers approachable and friendly will stop and gave a chat and always helpful. We would definitely recommend and return to Warehams.

    Reviewed by Phillip5.0Sep 2023

  • "Missed a dishwasher and the upper bathroom shower lacked power, otherwise it was a very convenient location, the owners were very quick to respond when I had problems with the wifi, not overly fast but the 4G reception was good."

    Overall we had a nice time here.

    Reviewed by Andrew4.4Aug 2023

  • "Great barn and well equipped throughout Quality furnishings and kitchen equipment."

    Nice and quiet with solitude. a good size garden. double bed comfortable single beds very noisy creaking on any movement. The only problems we had was the hot water. nothing from the upstairs bathroom sink. and a long wait for the kitchen sink. Hopefully helpful notes are. The signage for Warehams is too far back in the lane and therefore was missed by both parties. the dip at the start of this lane caused our cars to bottom out and wheel spin. Clean behind the leather suite we found a book and lots of dirt/webs. Basically this was a great holiday retreat with a few hiccups

    Reviewed by Cliff3.4Jul 2023

  • "Cottage is in a lovely spot, nice and quiet with very little light pollution at night , very well equipped kitchen ,comfortable bed, all nice and clean too, plenty of wildlife about including fox, deer, rabbits and hares, buzzards and theres evidence of a barn owl in the wall at the end if the cottage , didnt see it, though there are pellets underneath the hole, all in all a lovely week ."

    Reviewed by Steven5.0Jun 2023

  • "Beautiful home in wonderful surroundings."

    Fabulous views in all directions.Thankyou for the lovely welcome of fresh flowers, milk, biscuits and juice. We do hope to return in the future for more peace and quiet. Fully rccommended.

    Reviewed by John5.0May 2023

  • "If you are looking for a peaceful holiday, but some where that isn’t too far from a nearby town, then warehams barn is the perfect place to stay."

    We had a wonderful stay, everything was very clean, comfy beds and a good selection of cooking utensils. We got to see deer and rabbits and stargazing on a clear night was a real treat. Would definitely recommend and would love to come back in the future

    Reviewed by Mandy5.0Apr 2023

  • "A beautiful place to stay: warm, comfortable, spacious and a lovely location."

    The Barn is in a part of Dorset we like to visit, and was an excellent base for the many walks we like to do. We’ll stay here again when possible.

    Reviewed by Peter5.0Mar 2023

  • "Really lovely property giving a wonderful feeling of isolation without actually being isolated."

    Views stupendous. Very comfortable sitting area, kitchen extremely well equipped, nice bedrooms with comfortable beds.

    Reviewed by Sara5.0Dec 2022

  • "What a beautiful place to stay!"

    And lovely views in the morning! So much land to look out on!! One of the best places we have stayed so far! Quite, warm and lots of space all you need in November! Very clean and has literally everything even, accommodated for our busy 1.5 year old! Thank you so much for a lovely stay and we will defiantly be back in the summer!

    Reviewed by Nick5.0Nov 2022

  • "What a lovely place to stay."

    Amazing views and very well appointed barn. When we had a slight issue with something it was dealt with very quickly. Great service. Will definitely be back! Thank you.

    Reviewed by Wendy5.0Nov 2022

  • "A really lovely property."

    Really out in the countryside and away from things. Well equipped with most things you need. Left us milk and juice in fridge and some lovely local biscuits and some lovely flowers in a vase. Really appreciated that. Beds really comfortable . Only negative was we really would have liked table mats to put on tables as worried about damaging surface and we had to clean shower head as only coming out as a trickle and not a spray. Shower tap and kitchen tap temperamental but all minor points with the overall lovely property. Would highly recommend.

    Reviewed by Carol4.7Sep 2022

  • "Lovely cottage away from it all."

    Very comfortable, had pretty much everything we needed, lots of room. So very quiet and the lack of light pollution made night time stargazing a pleasure. Local pub within walking distance (you'll need to take a torch and brace yourself for the uphill climb on the way back) but the cottage has everything you need in the kitchen (nearly - couldn't find a corkscrew but luckily we came prepared!) to cater for yourselves. It was a perfect base for going out to other places in the car - Weymouth, Lyme Regis, Charmouth, Bridport amongst others without getting caught up in single track roads with oncoming tractors. The coast was within walking distance if you're an energetic sort with plenty of stamina. Lovely views as you come out of the top of the road from the cottage. We would recommend visiting Nothe Fort and the WW2 Museum in Weymouth, Bridport was nice little town for wandering around. Lyme Regis was very lovely, if you want to look for fossils, do check the tide times before you go to avoid disappointment (this also goes for Charmouth) lots of interesting shops in Lyme Regis, fossils obviously but tasty bakeries and specialist deli/drink shops, arts and crafts type shops. Depending on where you park, it is all uphill but stopping off at all the interesting shops takes the strain out of it. Back to the cottage.... getting back after a long day out was like going home. The security light comes on as you park up to welcome you home, the cottage is warm and cosy (and yet there is no heating on - may be an issue in the height of summer unless there are fans brought in at that time?), the settee is like a nice warm hug - all good quality and comfortable furniture throughout. There are two showers/toilets. The upstairs one doesn't have enough oomph for a quick in and out shower but the downstairs one is very powerful. Oddly, neither room has a lock on the door. Fine if you're just a couple or there with your children but unnerving if you're a group friends. I don't normally take a hairdryer with me but just happened to on this occasion. Glad I did as I didn't come across one in the week we were there. Also, the notes we were sent after booking said that we would need to supply our own tea towels and oven gloves, this we did but needn't have bothered as everything was there already. Washing up liquid, laundry detergent, cleaning cloths were all there, you only need to bring your own if you need to know exactly what brand/ingredients are involved. More generous than most with the toilet paper too - a new one on the holder and another in the cupboard in both bathrooms. I note on an earlier review that they had difficulty accessing the key in the security box. We had the same issue but you just need a key or a coin to push the black catch down, it's too fiddly for fingers. All in all, it was a lovely stay and we would use it again if visiting the area.

    Reviewed by Carol4.7Sep 2022

  • "We had some difficulty entering the property."

    It was only at the 6th attempt that the key box opened. We are familiar with this type of key box. We have one at home so we know how to use them. We had a very good holiday. It was beautiful but also very peaceful. The views from the property were magnificent. We would have liked some more garden furniture. The bbq bottom burnt out on first use. Would we rent this property again. Oooh yes, despite the problems.

    Reviewed by Robert4.7Jul 2022

  • "The location of this property was fantastic, there are no other properties ..."

    The location of this property was fantastic, there are no other properties within one mile totally isolated which was exactly what we expected and wanted, the wildlife was all around, many deer, rabbits, pheasants and many more country walks to die for a great relaxing week in a lovely holiday cottage would definitely come back

    Reviewed by Clifford5.0Jun 2022

  • "We have had the most wonderful holiday: we couldn’t have had a better place to ..."

    We have had the most wonderful holiday: we couldn’t have had a better place to stay,the setting was perfect,the owner was charming and the farm workers were very helpful and friendly,the interior of the Barn was first class and very comfortable, We have forward the details of the Barn on to our family and friends,

    Reviewed by Jan5.0Jun 2022

  • "Thank you we had a wonderful few days in a perfect setting, however the downstairs toilet did not work and a tampon wrapper was found behind the bin in the upstairs bathroom also part of a blue latex glove was found in the bedding!"

    These are all small issues and would not stop us from revisiting or recommending it for a short stay.

    Reviewed by Jane4.1Jun 2022

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Summary

  • Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x twin
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Sitting room
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Electric central heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine
  • TV, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot (cot linen available on request) and highchair
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Enclosed garden and patio with furniture
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 1.7 miles, pub 0.1 miles, beach 2.4 miles.

The property

Burton Bradstock 3.8 miles.

Enjoying a rural location in the village of Puncknowle, amidst the scenic splendour of the Jurassic Coast, is this detached barn conversion, Warehams Barn.

Boasting incredible panoramic views and an abundance of countryside walks from the door, this is a superb retreat for families looking to discover the delights of Dorset.

Following a day of adventure, return to the comfort of the sitting room where you’ll find three sofas and a wall-mounted TV to entertain.

Grab a bottle from the fridge and set the dining table while the chef of the group rustles up a hearty feast with assistance from the electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge and freezer.

Completing the ground floor is a shower room, ideal for those guests with limited mobility.

Meanwhile, upstairs there is a sumptuous king-size and twin room with high vaulted ceilings and traditional furnishings in keeping with the house era.

Enjoy a bubble bath to start your lazy mornings before stepping out to the patio where you can tuck into an alfresco breakfast whilst gazing at the picturesque views.

Just a short walk away lies a friendly pub, The Crown Inn, whilst further amenities can be found in Burton Bradstock, a charming village with two pubs and a Post Office that sells all the essentials.

With the attractions of the Jurassic Coastline on your doorstep, you’re sure to find plenty of fascinating coastal villages and attractions to keep you busy.

Venture to Weymouth and visit the wonderful SEA LIFE Centre, home to fascinating sea creatures and underwater wildlife, while Bridport, with its quirky mix of high street, old curiosity shops and a weekly market is just a short drive away and well worth a visit.

Continue to West Bay, also known as the Gateway to the Jurassic Coast, is charming seaside destination offers ample opportunities to try your hand at fishing, golf, fossil hunting, boating and even spot to the filming locations of the BBC Drama Broadchurch!

Warehams Barn is a superb choice for those eager to explore the Dorset Jurassic Coast.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location

BURTON BRADSTOCK

  • Bridport 2.5 miles
  • Weymouth 15 miles
  • Dorchester 16 miles
  • Yeovil 21 miles

A wonderful coastal village in Bride Valley on Dorset's picturesque Jurassic Coast, flanked by the River Bride. Burton Bradstock is the perfect spot for a peaceful break on England's south coast, with the South West Coastal Path running alongside for you walking enthusiasts. The village itself boasts 16th and 17th century thatched cottages as well as two pubs, a shop and a Post Office, the glistening Hive Beach is a wonderful spot to spend the summer days with the magnificent cliffs as a backdrop, there is also a lovely café to sit and relax in, once a year the Spring Tide Festival is held which would be worth lining up your holiday with! There are many attractions and activities to enjoy around here, with the stunning coastal resort of Weymouth making for an excellent day out. Alternatively, head inland to Dorchester and Yeovil for great shopping, architecture, eating and drinking.

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This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Christmas