Newly refurbished, Tincleton Lodge offers luxury self-catering accommodation awarded with Five Star Gold for 2019
FREE Wi-Fi Internet Access
Nature Trail for Guests
Tennis Court - allocated times per day
Table tennis in Games room
Fishing available on the River Frome
Situated in Tincleton, a quiet village of Dorset in the heart of Hardy’s Wessex. The county town of Dorchester is only 5 miles away and The World Heritage Coastline and Weymouth Bay 10 miles.
Monkey World, Farmer Palmers, Athelhampton House and Gardens, Kingston Maurward Animal Park and Gardens, Bovington Camp, Thomas Hardye's birthplace, Poole park, Weymouth Sealife Centre, Jurassic Coastline, Lyme Regis, Dinosaur Museum, Tutankhamun museum, Dorchester etc. etc. to name but a few are all within easy access.
'Sculpture by the Lakes' - We are so fortunate to have this stunning park on our doorstep, just 2 minutes away.
Although extremely accessible to the numerous local attractions, pubs, restaurants and shops, all properties enjoy an idyllic, quiet, tranquil rural location set in 600 acres of farmland. For nature lovers this is absolute paradise with miles of beautiful woodland and riverside walks. Guests are always made welcome and are free to explore the farm and the surrounding area.
The farm has enterprises inc. a small pedigree herd of Red Devon cattle, salad crop production and Tincleton Lifestyle Centre where Guests are always welcome to visit and browse.
Accommodation comprises: Brand new modern bespoke well-equipped kitchen with granite work surfaces - oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher etc. Nespresso Coffee machine.
Open plan dining area with large table, woodburning stove, sofa area etc. Hi-fi/CD/MP3 player
Spacious living room with inglenook fireplace and woodburner, original bread oven and characteristic beams. 3 large sofas, large coffee table. Television with dvd player.
Upstairs -first floor - 2 double luxury en-suite rooms (king size beds) with vi-spring mattresses.
TV in all bedrooms.
2 further twin bedded rooms and an additional large bathroom with freestanding bath and walk-in shower.
Downstairs – 1 luxury twin room en-suite wet shower room and access out to patio area. This room is suitable for those wishing to avoid stairs and can accommodate those with disabled needs. M3a disability.
Vi-spring mattresses, crisp white Egyptian cotton bed linen - oversized warm and comfortable duvets - Fine Bedding anti-allergy duvets - large white bath sheets - designed to make your stay as comfortable, luxurious and enjoyable as possible giving a special home from home feel.
Patio area. Gas BBQ. Beautiful garden furniture and loungers for relaxation.
Outside store room - with large fridge for additional bbq food/drinks etc. Washing machine and tumble dryer.
Tennis court and separate Games room with table tennis.
Fishing on the River Frome
Reductions available for small groups
in the county of Dorset(1.3 miles, 2.1 km, direction N)
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