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Coastal 6 bedroomed property set in own farmland yet not far from ammenties.

Bridport, UK
  • Farmhouse3875 sq. ft.
  • Bedrooms6
  • Sleeps16
  • Bathrooms3
  • Half Baths2
  • Minimum Stay3 - 7 nights

Stunning ancient secluded 6 bedroomed sleeping up to 14 comfortably with wifi

Northend Farmhouse is a pre 1600 thatched building. Some parts were reconstructed after a fire in 1640. Features such as an Inglenook fireplace, old bread oven, wood burning stove and mullion windows combined with plenty of outdoor space, modern comforts and conveniences including 2 large flat screen TVs, mp3 stations and web access, a large kitchen with a bespoke refractory table that seat 14, the great hall with it's guarded Tudor mantled log fire, a large stone terrace with garden tables near the kitchen, secluded at the end of a private drive and in the middle of its 100 acre open access traditional farm and benefiting from a fenced lake, organic gardens, ducks, a downstairs shower to wash the kids down after so much outdoor fun create the ideal place for large family holidays and celebration weekends.

The sleeping arrangements are flexible with 5 double rooms (arranged with 3 doubles and 2 twins, the twin beds can push together) and a room with 4 beds consisting of a twin and a bunk bed. Additional sleeping is acceptable by agreement.

Northend's view includes Golden cap, the 2nd highest point on the South Coast. Seatown is the local beach and has the only pub in rural beach location in the vicinity.

The hill behind the farm opens up a magnificent 360 degree view of the coast to and beyond Lyme Regis to the south west and Portland to the south east. To the north is the Marshwood Vale, a lush rich dairy vale surmounted by the Dorset peaks of Pilsdon, Leusdon, and Coneys Castle. The Marshwood vale is the home of Denhay farm, famous for it's cheeses and bacon and Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall's TV series 'River Cottage'. The Marshwood vale is a haven for cyclists and walkers and the Shave's Cross pub situated in the middle is only an hours brisk walk from the farm for those that like to work up an appetite. The Activities in and around the Marshwood Vale are published in the free monthly Marshwood Magazine.

Property Manager

Eddie Colfox

Member Since 2012
Response rate:
100%
Response time:
within one day
Speaks:
french, spanish
Calendar last updated:
Apr 11, 2018

Amenities

    • Internet
    • Pets Welcome
    • Accessible
    • Heater
    • Fireplace
    • Kids Welcome
    • Washer & Dryer
    • Parking
    • TV
    • No Smoking

      Bedrooms

      • 6 Bedrooms, Sleeps 16
      • master bedroom
        1 king, shower wc ensuite window sea
      • kids room
        2 twin/ single, 2 child bed, single beds can join to make 1 large double
      • Casper's room
        1 double, large window fantastic views
      • Oak Mullions
        1 double, large window fantastic views
      • Nuns room
        2 twin/ single, single beds can join to make double
      • Bedroom 6
        2 twin/ single, groundfloor bedroom with ensuite wet room beside living room
      • Bedrooms 1-4 all have fantastic westerly views over the lake. The Nun's room has a guest bed that makes a comfortable double. look out for the nuns window and its where the ancient stone spiral staircase appeared. It's still visible in large sitting room. The kids room adult single join comfortably into a large double and theres usually a competition for the bunkbed. There is a downstairs twin room with a wet room and orthopedic beds, which is adjacent to the sitting room and there are no steps between it and the kitchen, dinning room and garden.

      Bathrooms

      • 3 Bathrooms, 2 Half Baths
      • Bathroom 1
        toilet, tub
      • Bathroom 2
        toilet, combination tub/shower
      • Bathroom 3
        toilet, en suite to master bedroom
      • Bathroom 4
        toilet, shower, downstairs wet room and high loo
      • Bathroom 5
        toilet, downstairs loo
      • Bathroom 1 has an oak encased bath with oak mullion windows and view over the lake towards the setting sun. The loo has a view southwards over the drive towards Langdon woods, Golden cap and the coast. Bathroom 2 is cosy with a hair washing shower hose and the house's original oak frame visible. Bathroom 3 is the master bedrooms en suite and has the some unrivaled views. The shower is a Torrent! Bathroom 4 is a downstairs wet room near the downstairs bedroom with a high seated loo. Useful for the less mobile and for those that need to warm up or wash after having loads of outdoor fun. Bathroom 5 is just a loo near to main door.

      Location Type

        • Beach
        • Near The Ocean
        • Rural

          Theme

            • Adventure
            • Family
            • Farm Holidays
            • Romantic

              Meals

                • Guests provide their own meals

                  General

                    • Parking
                    • Activities Guide
                    • Fireplace
                      There is a woodburner and an open fire. 2 large log baskets are provided.
                    • Firewood
                    • Heating
                      The house has oil central heating included in the price.
                    • Internet
                      There is no password and the TV's are both Smart tvs.
                    • Iron & Board
                    • Linens Provided
                    • Local Maps
                    • Broadband Access
                      There is no password and the TV's are both Smart tvs.
                    • Parking Off Street
                    • Tiled Stove
                    • Toilet Paper
                    • Towels Provided
                    • Tumble Dryer
                    • Washing Machine
                    • Wireless Internet
                      There is no password and the TV's are both Smart tvs.
                    • Wood Stove
                      There is a woodburner and an open fire. 2 large log baskets are provided. Additional logs are provided at £30 a wheelbarrow load.

                      Kitchen

                        • Grill
                        • 2 Ring Stove
                        • Blender
                        • Coffee Maker
                        • Cooking Utensils
                        • Dishwasher
                        • Freezer
                        • 4 Ring Stove
                        • Microwave
                        • Oven
                        • Pantry Items
                        • Refrigerator
                        • Stove
                        • Stove
                        • Toaster

                          Dining

                            • Child's Highchair
                            • Dining Area
                            • comfy seating for 14 people

                              Entertainment

                                • Games for Kids
                                • Audio Tape Player
                                • Books for Adults
                                • Books for Kids
                                • CD Player
                                • DVD Player
                                • Games
                                  a snooker and various board games including scrabble monoply and card with gambling chips.
                                • Books
                                  some but not many, really just books about the local area and novels that have been gifted by guests.
                                • Pool Table
                                  its a smaller snooker table
                                • Radio
                                • Stereo
                                  There is a small cd player and a digital console
                                • Television
                                  2 smart tvs
                                • Toys
                                • Video Game Console
                                  there is a wii and some games

                                  Outside

                                    • Deck / Patio
                                      a terrace with umbrella table and chairs to seat 14
                                    • Gated Community
                                    • Golf
                                      lyme regis and west bay golf clubs within 15 mins drive.
                                    • Lawn / Garden
                                      enclosed and westerly and south facing, fantastic views
                                    • Outdoor Grill
                                      a gas large bbq
                                    • Outdoor Grill Gas
                                    • Patio
                                    • Tennis
                                      Bridport tennis club and the Hyde Real Tennis Club
                                    • Terrace

                                      Suitability

                                        • wheelchair accessible
                                          The house is not certified for less able people but we have tried to adapt it sympathetically to it's ancient and listed status. There is a downstairs bedroom with orthopedic beds with ramps, a wet room, high loos, mainly wide doors downstairs making the downstairs rooms and the patio with the fantastic views being accessible by wheelchair

                                          Onsite Services

                                            • Car Available

                                              Attractions

                                                • museums
                                                • arboretum
                                                • botanical garden
                                                • churches
                                                • cinemas
                                                • forests
                                                • library
                                                • live theater
                                                • marina
                                                • autumn foliage
                                                • nude beach
                                                • playground
                                                • pond
                                                • recreation center
                                                • restaurants
                                                • ruins
                                                • water parks
                                                • winery tours

                                                  Leisure Activities

                                                    • beachcombing
                                                    • bird watching
                                                    • eco tourism
                                                    • horseback riding
                                                    • scenic drives
                                                    • walking

                                                      Local Services & Businesses

                                                        • ATM/bank
                                                        • Babysitter
                                                        • fitness center
                                                        • groceries
                                                        • hospital
                                                        • laundromat
                                                        • massage therapist
                                                        • medical services

                                                          Sports & Adventure Activities

                                                            • paragliding
                                                            • cycling
                                                            • equestrian events
                                                            • fishing
                                                            • fly fishing
                                                            • freshwater fishing
                                                            • golf
                                                            • golf privileges optional
                                                            • hiking
                                                            • jet skiing
                                                            • mountain biking
                                                            • deepsea fishing
                                                            • pier fishing
                                                            • rafting
                                                            • roller blading
                                                            • sailing
                                                            • scuba diving or snorkeling
                                                            • snorkeling
                                                            • sound/bay fishing
                                                            • swimming
                                                            • tennis
                                                            • water skiing
                                                            • wind-surfing

                                                              Notes

                                                                • Northend farmhouse has 2 sitting rooms, one is approximately 15m x 5m and boast a 16th century log fire, a stone spiral staircase, 4 oak beams and stone mullion windows. It is furnished simply to allow it being a large party room. It has an powerful mp3 player, a large smart TV, 3 sofas (9 people) and additional seating for 5+. The other sitting room also has oak beams, a wood burning stove, smart TV, Inglenook fireplace with bread oven. 4 of the bedrooms have huge westerly views over the lake. The master bedroom has a shower en suite. There is a family room and 4 doubles. There are oak mullion windows and a recently revealed stone window that local legend says that the nuns used to pass bread down to wayfarers. The dining table was made at the farm, by James Verner, from ash sourced from the woods. The kitchen boasts an aga that makes traditional cooking a joy. The lake and garden enjoy wide countryside views. The gas BBQ can be moved anywhere within the open access 100 acre farm.

                                                                  14 Reviews

                                                                  Exceptional5/5

                                                                  Latest reviews

                                                                  Lovely holiday

                                                                  Rob M.

                                                                  This is a great large family place for a get together, lots of fun had by all. Great for the children's Halloween party.

                                                                  a fabulous, secluded spacious home away from home.

                                                                  daisy b.

                                                                  We were a party of 12 and found Northend farmhouse really magical in its position at the end of a long winding drive so near to the ocean and surrounded by fabulous walks with a plethora of lovely beached nearby. Eddie welcomed us and was there to help when we needed it even providing us with a few forgotten items along the way! There was plenty of space for the 12 of us, the decor is simple and homely with some lovely pieces of furniture and little details. We had a fab time and would definitely recommend it for big groups, its a great party house!

                                                                  Just what we wanted for a large family weekend

                                                                  1234mum1234Oxford

                                                                  Lovely property. Great position and views. Lovely and helpful owner. Could not recommend more. Go,visit and enjoy

                                                                  Excellent in every respect.

                                                                  Peter J.

                                                                  See above

                                                                  Beautiful place

                                                                  David B.

                                                                  10 of us stayed comfortably over Christmas, it's well equipped, warm and in a beautiful location. Would definitely stay again.

                                                                  Ken and family

                                                                  Ken N.

                                                                  We booked property for a big birthday for the whole family to get together. We were lucky with weather and the views from the garden were brilliant. With a wide age range in the party makeup the trampoline in the garden was well used by the younger members as well as the pool table.

                                                                  Accommodation very good and delivered the space we needed and the location was lovely and peaceful whilst beaches were only a short drive away.

                                                                  Eddie was the perfect host with the visit to the onsite micro brewery and for my 3 year old gran-daughter being lifted on to Eddie's daughter's horse was a highlight!

                                                                  Thank you for a wonderful break

                                                                  Location

                                                                  Bridport, UK

                                                                  North End's 16th century Farmhouse is available for short lets all year. It has a spectacular countryside setting, on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast, between the lively market and arts towns of Bridport and Lyme Regis with easy access to beaches, culture, pubs, fishing and walks. This historic building enjoys most comforts of the 21st century in it's peaceful, but not isolated location. Northend Farmhouse is a pre 1600 thatched building. Some parts were reconstructed after a fire in 1640. Features such as an Inglenook fireplace, old bread oven and mullion windows combined with plenty of outdoor space, modern comforts and conveniences including large flat screen TVs, mp3 stations and web access, create the ideal place for large family holidays and celebration weekends. Occupants of the farmhouse can also enjoy open access to the higher level stewardship 100 acre farm, the lake and garden. Well behaved pets are welcome. Extra people can stay by arrangement. There is easy access to footpaths like the Monarchs way, the Jurassic world heritage coast and beaches. Lyme Regis has mackerel fishing boats for hire, world class restaurants, Hix restaurants, a cinema, a wealth of shops, the marina theatre and the excellent Lyme bay Bakery. Bridport has a twice a week street market, electric palace cinema and music venue, arts centre, leisure centre, a vintage market, the St Michaels arts district, The Bull hotel, Palmers Brewery, countless pubs, it's seaside port of West Bay and many shops. There is a micro brewery on site and arts courses are available in the Barn. Chideock village is 1 mile away, has 2 pubs, 2 churches, a cider house which featured on Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall's 'River Cottage', a farm shop, tea houses, a convenience store and a post office. River Cottage is not far away between Lyme Regis and Axminster. Abbotsbury is about 10 miles away with its famous sub tropical gardens, swannery and children’s play barn. Forde abbey is nearby a stunning open hose and gardens. Flying Frenzy offer paragliding. The kite academy, Portland offers kite surfing and windsurfing. Cycling and mountain biking are possible on the many lanes and tracks. Crabbing and pier fishing are available at West Bay and Lyme Regis. Bridport has an active skating and bike scene at the Trick Factory.

                                                                  Rates & Availability

                                                                  Additional information about rental rates

                                                                  Pet Fee
                                                                  $34
                                                                  Additional Guest Fee
                                                                  $0 - $48
                                                                  $518avg/night
                                                                  14 Reviews
                                                                  Exceptional 5/5
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