Langford Valley Barn
Located in a peaceful valley of the West Dorset countryside, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is this simply stunning converted barn.
The original dairy buildings have been transformed into a modern and luxurious dwelling that can sleep up to 8 people. The barn is wheelchair accessible and enjoys a true rural remoteness.
It has been tastefully decorated and beautifully appointed. The beds are supremely comfortable and covered in first-class linen from the White Company.
The large open plan living quarters are fitted with top of the range goods, there are exposed beams as well as French doors which lead onto a south facing terrace complete with garden furniture and BBQ. All the bedrooms are en-suite, the bathrooms have underfloor heating and there is even a designated utility room as well as ample parking.
There are plenty of walks locally as well as shooting and fly fishing available on the estate, just be sure to let your hosts know at the time of booking.
Langford Valley Barn is just one of three self-catering options in the Wrackleford Estate. The Shooting Lodge is in an elevated position, with great views and a snooker table, and sleeps eight. The Fishing Lodge is a cosy lakeside property sleeping four.
- Children by Arrangement
- Disabled Access
- Free off-street parking
- Free Wifi
- Ground Floor Bedroom
- Museums & Galleries
- Places of Historical Interest
Short-term lets available, minimum 1 night, otherwise Friday to Friday
Up to 8 guests
Seasonal Weekly Rates: £1250 - £2450
Wrackleford can be found in Dorchester and aside from the estate fishing and shooting, this area of Dorset has much to offer visitors. The Thomas Hardy and Tutankhamun museums, Maiden Castle, Cerne Abbas Giant, Corfe and Sherborne Castles, Longleat and the wild Jurassic coast are all within easy reach.
"The Barn has been the perfect base for a great family holiday in sunny Dorset. Excellent accommodation in a superbly designed building. We will be very happy to recommend it to family and friends."Walker Family
"Ideal holiday to take “the oldies”, one with a wheelchair. Easy access. Great spot to come back to after visiting a wealth of interesting places. would certainly recommend! Thank you."
Barbara, Rose, Jill Jackie and Patricia.
- Bio : Wrackleford is Oliver Pope's family home. Prior to moving here with Katie and their young family in 2006, Oliver spent time in the army. A keen interest in the countryside makes both he and Katie natural guardians of this wonderful estate and they enthusiastically and warmly welcome their B&B guests to enjoy.