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    Type Self Catering
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    Units 5
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    Sleeps 2 - 9
  • £225 - £980 per week

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Five character cottages converted from traditional stone barns and set in the beautiful tranquillity of the Bride Valley 30 minutes walk from the World Heritage Jurassic Coast.

Graston Farm Cottages comprise five character cottages converted from traditional stone barns and set in the beautiful tranquillity of the Bride Valley 30 minutes walk from the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. The adjoining cottages make them ideal for large family or friends’ gatherings without compromising the individual privacy of each one for individual occupation. A warm welcome awaits you on this working farm from your hosts Andrew and Chrissie Bailey.

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  • Barn Cottage

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Ratings

  • AA 4 Star Self Catering
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Barn Cottage
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    Sleeps 8
  • £225 - £925 per week

Our original cottage which was converted in 1869 but recently refurbished to the same level of comfort now found in the newer cottages. Barn also has lots of original features with three bedrooms, bathroom , downstairs WC, living room, dining room, fully equipped kitchen and mature fenced garden with BBQ. The aspect is mainly to the east but enjoys the sun all day.

Rating:
4 star
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    Courtyard
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    Sleeps 8
  • £325 - £1150 per week

This cottage was converted from, what years ago, was the old horse stable for the working horses on the farm. It has views across to the coast and is furnished to a high level of comfort with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, sitting room , kitchen dining room and fully fenced garden with terrace and BBQ. There are interconnecting doors(soundproofed and locked) between Courtyard and Cobbles.

Rating:
4 star
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    Cobbles
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    Sleeps 8
  • £295 - £980 per week

Cobbles was originally part of the old granary and during the conversion a cobbled path was uncovered, obviously hundreds of years old. Some of these have been incorporated into the terraces of the cottages. Views are across the farm to the coast with the SW aspect perfect for evening sunsets. The accommodation includes three bedrooms with two bathrooms, open plan living room (with sofa bed),dining room and kitchen with large full length opening windows to front and rear.

This cottage has the largest garden which is fully fenced with terrace and BBQ.

Rating:
4 star
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    Stile Cottage
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    Sleeps 8
  • £295 - £980 per week

Stile Cottage was converted from an old cattle barn with loft above where the feed was stored. The stone arch in the living room is from an archway over the original outside door. With the same views as the other cottages, it has three bedrooms with a sofa bed in the living room, two bathrooms, a fully fitted kitchen/dining room and open plan living room .It also has a landscaped ,fully fenced garden with terrace and BBQ and open views to the coast.

Rating:
4 star
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    Hopscotch
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    Sleeps 8
  • £295 - £980 per week

Hopscotch was the part of the original barn used as a cart shed and for storing the farm implements. Like the other cottages many original features have been incorporated into the conversion such as the fireplace and old wooden beams.

This cottage has been specifically made accessible for wheelchair users with a downstairs bedroom incorporating an en-suite wetroom shower and al downstairs rooms on the same level.

The accommodation includes three bedrooms with a sofa bed in the living room two bathrooms, further separate WC, open plan living/dining room with fully fitted kitchen off and fully fenced garden with terrace/lawn BBQ and open views to the coast.

Rating:
4 star
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Additional Directions Information

For anyone with Sat Nav, the postcode DT6 4NG will take visitors directly to the farm. Our address is Graston Farm, Burton Bradsock, Bridport, Dorset DT6 4NG. Our telephone number is 01308 897603.

The nearest train station is Dorchester (from London, Southeast and Southwest), or Maiden Newton (from Bristol and North).

The bus route that comes closest is the X53, going from Exeter to Poole. it stops one mile from the farm outside the Anchor pub (which is good place to sit, have a drink and wait for us to pick you up, if you don't fancy walking.)

Reliable local taxi numbers are: Craig on 01308 861000 or Pat 01308 424718.

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