Surrounded by beautiful countryside on the edge of the pretty village of Melcombe Bingham, Greygles provides generous accommodation for a family and is the perfect spot for a relaxing holiday break in Dorset.
Sleeps: 7, Bedrooms: 4
Great for Cycling, Fishing, Golfing, Walking
The accommodation comprises one ground floor and three first floor bedrooms, all with rural views. There is a generous light filled sitting room with open fire, television and french doors to the garden.
The fully equipped kitchen has an Aga cooker, separate oven and hob, dishwasher and washing machine. The dining room table can seat up to eight guests and has a full view of the surrounding Dorset countryside.
This is Thomas Hardy country, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just off the Wessex Ridgeway walkers’ path, set in the hills and woods of central Dorset. The Jurassic Coast with its dramatic cliffs, coves and beaches is only a half an hour drive away, and within easy reach of Greygles are numerous quaint villages, ancient abbeys and castles, wonderful gardens, lovely old towns, and even a tank museum.
Greygles is an old Dorset word for the bluebells that abound in the local woods in Spring, and a stroll to the nearby pub at Ansty affords you an opportunity to enjoy the flora and fauna along the way.
Logs for open fire included.
Two travel cots, highchair and a stair gate available upon request – please bring your own cot linens.
There is off-road parking for 2–3 cars and a garage.
Up to two well behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge).
A Z-bed is available, making it easy to sleep up to eight (prior arrangement necessary).