Mole's Cottage in Farnham, East Dorset, offers luxury self-catering holiday accommodation of the highest standard with daily housekeeping available, next door to an award-winning pub.
Mole’s Cottage in Farnham, East Dorset, offers luxury self-catering holiday accommodation of the highest standard with daily housekeeping available, next door to an award-winning pub.
Fully renovated to the highest standard during the autumn of 2012, a stunning open plan interior with numerous luxurious home comforts including a huge log fire, large oak dining table, comfy leather sofas, two plasma TVs with DVD player and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Mole’s Cottage offers eight en-suite rooms – six king-size doubles and two zip and link twin bedrooms – and is fully equipped to accommodate up to sixteen people. The beautifully appointed bedrooms house a mixture of wet rooms & bathrooms and enjoy luxurious Feather and Black bedding, full-length mirrors, hairdryers and quirky accessories such as retro alarm clocks.
The contemporary fully fitted kitchen is well equipped with everything you could possibly need for parties of up to sixteen featuring a Rangemaster with double oven and a six ring gas hob, a Smeg Union Jack Fridge and Hostess trolley.
Two sets of French doors open from the dining area onto a large patio with a good-sized enclosed garden where there are plenty of tables and chairs plus a barbeque for some alfresco dining. The cottage also benefits from private walled driveway parking.
Mole’s Cottage is situated in the village of Farnham, East Dorset, an area in rural Cranborne Chase, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. However, it is readily accessible to a number of delightful market towns including Shaftesbury, Wimborne Minster, and Blandford Forum.
Dorset is a popular holiday destination offering a variety of stunningly beautiful scenery from chalk downlands with ancient hilltop forts to sandy beaches on the famous Jurassic Coast. With a huge array of activities right on its doorstep, East Dorset is the perfect place to escape to for both activity and relaxation, yet is easily accessed from the rest of Britain, and is only a two-hour drive from London (Or one and a half hours by train from London Paddington to nearby Salisbury). For more information on what to get up to on during your break, take a look at our Out & About page.