Elderwood Retreat

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Sleeps: 20 Bedrooms: 10 Bathrooms: 9

Overview

Pool Country Estate
Wow Factor
Modern Beach Nearby Ideal for Kids
Pets on Request
Hot Tub Laptop Friendly Workspace Parking Space Romantic

Set in fourteen glorious acres, Elderwood Retreat epitomises the very best in luxury self-catering holiday accommodation. Sleeping up to twenty guests in ten exquisite bedrooms, this magnificent retreat is the perfect pick to bring the generations or your very favourite friends together to celebrate a special event. You will feel the tranquility fold around you as you relax and catch up in absolute peace and quiet. The list of entertainment is endless as the barn boasts a superb swimming pool, a steam room, games room, a well-equipped gym, a media room with a 3D television with a Sky HD package and Netflix, a Sonos sound system and plenty of board games. Outside, there is a sauna, wood fired hot tub, a small plunge pool, badminton, petanque, croquet, football, cricket, wild swimming, acres of stunning gardens, the Mangerton River, a campfire summer kitchen and glorious woodland. In the main house there are exquisite entertainment spaces with a piano and Sonos sound system. Elderwood Retreat is a heavenly retreat brimming with lavish contemporary and vintage furnishings, the very best of fittings and a superb inviting ambience. It is a private paradise, perfect for your next country getaway.

This truly amazing retreat lives in a land lost in time in Mangerton, just north of the beautiful market town of Bridport in Dorset. You can visit the iconic Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove, the dramatic Jurassic cliffs facing out to Lyme Bay and hunt for fossils on Chesil Beach. You can take a stroll around the Elizabethan Mapperton House and Gardens, sip delicious wine on the beautiful Furleigh Estate, learn about fossils at the Bridport Museum, take the little ones to Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park or play golf at Bridport and West Dorset Golf Club. You can spend the day at the wonderfully characterful Lyme Regis and visit the Marine Aquarium, walk some of the South West Coastal Path, visit West Bay, famous for its part in Broadchurch, head to Abbotsbury for the Children’s Farm and Swannery or ride on the Swanage Railway. The list is endless and Elderwood Retreat makes the best base that you could possibly imagine.

Elderwood Retreat is a period property with swagger and style. It is enveloped by beautiful gardens where you can dine alfresco, enjoy a tipple or two as you bask in the golden hour sun or head to the river to prepare pizzas in the outdoor kitchen. Inside the main building, there are giant entertainment spaces where everyone can get together. You will discover a highly impressive chef’s dream of a kitchen diner, a back kitchen, spacious front and rear halls and two living rooms with glorious period fireplaces, one with a television where you can cosy up with Netflix and a piano where you can tinkle the ivories. The living spaces boast specially commissioned wallpaper, unique lighting, sumptuous furnishings and three roaring fires for a crackling atmosphere. Leather clad wing backed chairs mingle with lavish velvet sofas, stunning accent chairs and wonderful contemporary numbers. Giant mirrors lean against walls while wonderful handpicked accessories are scattered around. The second living room makes a perfect playroom and television room for little ones. The games room offers a full-sized pool table and a football table. The kitchen diner is a phenomenal space, beautifully crafted, totally unique and drowned in the unique sparkle of Dorset light through floor to ceiling doors and ceiling skylights. The dining table seats up to twenty guests and is very stylish. The kitchen is an incredibly sociable space with stools perched by the central island. The chefs in your group will be delighted by the quality appliances including an oven, five burner hob, large American style fridge freezer, four fridge drawers, two dishwashers and a Jura bean-to-cup coffee machine. You can stock up on fizz from Palmers Wine Store, meat from Frampton’s Butchers, cheese from Town Mill, fish from Davy’s Fish Locker and fresh produce from Washingpool Farm Shop. You may want to get several meals catered for you. Everything is possible.

There are six sensational Lefroy Brooks fitted bedrooms in the main house, five of which enjoy ensuite bathrooms. One offers sumptuous twin beds and the others all boast lavish kingsize or super kingsize beds, all beautifully adorned in luxury linens and tasteful soft furnishings. They offer the sleep of kings and you will be forgiven for thinking you are in a boutique hotel. There are two bedrooms in the apartment annexe and another two in the barn. The rooms in the barn offer immaculate, brilliantly fitted ensuite bathrooms and the apartment offers a smart shared shower room. The apartment annexe overlooks the garden and is a great spot to watch the sunset and admire the extensive views.

The barn is an incredible bonus for your holiday. It boasts a stunning heated indoor infinity pool with a wall of glass looking out to the kitchen garden and the hills, a fabulous steam room, a gym wiht cardio and multigym equipment, a sun room and a cinema room with a 3D screen with Netflix and Sky channels. It is superb and offers plenty of indulgent entertainment for all ages. Upstairs you will find two ensuite bedrooms, ideal for young adults. One of the rooms can sleep four guests in single beds. Elderwood Retreat really is an oasis of gracious and glorious living in the Dorset countryside!

Outside, the retreats fourteen acres are astounding. There are lush lawns sitting ripe and ready for your dogs to laze in the afternoon sun and kids to stampede towards the pond for wild swimming. As you walk through the woodland areas you will quickly get lost in the bird song and country air. It is a place for champagne, cream teas and croquet as well as wonderful alfresco meals cooked on the barbecue. Elderwood Retreat’s own spring feeds the swimming pond which is kept clean by a natural plant filtration system. Swimming in the natural pond is an invigorating experience. One of the highlights of your stay will be sitting around the campfire enjoying delicious homemade pizzas from the wood fired oven. The canopied campfire area is a fantastic entertainment space whatever the weather. Down by the oxbow lake, you will discover the sauna, a plunge pool and a wood fired hot tub, another gorgeous space that you will thoroughly enjoy. It enjoys atmospheric festoon lighting and a firepit. It sits at the end of the boardwalk that snakes through the hazelnut grove. The estate surrounding Elderwood Retreat is allowed to proliferate naturally while protecting indigenous plants and supporting a healthy population of native wildlife. You will enjoy watching an abundance of river birds and otters on the hunt for river trout. You are very welcome to pick from the kitchen garden for your lunch or supper.

Elderwood Retreat offers an unbeatable option for celebrations and get togethers. Its entertainment list is endless and its style and comfort absolutely superb. It has so many aces up its sleeve and its toys just keep coming. You will enjoy a simply fabulous holiday and return home with magical memories. There isn’t even any need to go far for the coast, the rugged and beautiful Chesil Beach is really close.

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What you should know…

  • Dogs are welcome at no additional fee. There is a pet policy in place which you are kindly asked to follow
  • Please do not book Elderwood Retreat for stag or hen parties
  • Please note that there is a pond, lake and river within the grounds which are not fenced so please supervise children at all times
  • This property is ideal for celebrations but please note that there is a noise policy in place, fireworks are not allowed and additional day guests are not permitted
  • A welcome hamper will be provided
  • Please bring your own swimming and hot tub towels
  • Additional housekeeping is available for an additional fee. You may also like to enjoy the services of a professional chef for a celebration supper. Please let us know

Property Features

Indoor Pool Wi-Fi/Internet Hot Tub Laptop Friendly Workspace BBQ Coffee Machine Hairdryer Ground Floor Bed & Bath Smart TV Sauna/Steam Gym/Fitness Room Games Room Indoor Games Outdoor Games Table Football Pool/Snooker Home Cinema Working Fireplace/Woodburner Heating Parking Space

Layout
- Heated indoor swimming pool open all year round
- Steam room
- Gym with cardio and multi gym facilities
- 3 TVs in the property including a 3D plasma TV in the Barn
- Sky HD package, Netflix
- Games room with full-sized pool table and football table
- Wi-fi
- Board games
- Sonos sound system throughout the living spaces
- Selection of books
- Piano
- 3 open fireplaces - logs provided

Main House:
Ground Floor:
-    Entrance Hall
-    Study with piano, working fireplace and TV
-    W.C
-    Sitting Room with lots of seating, 2 working fireplaces, record player and coffee books
-    Kitchen with breakfast bar seating 4, dining table seating 18
-    Bar Kitchen
-    Back Hall

2 staircases (one in entrance hall, one in back hall)

First Floor:
-    Landing
-    Bedroom 1: Super king-size bed with an ensuite bathroom and a bath in the room
-    Bedroom 2: King-size bed with an ensuite bathroom
-    Bedroom 3: Twin beds with an ensuite bathroom
-    Bedroom 4: King-size bed with an ensuite bathroom
-    Bedroom 5: King-size bed with an ensuite bathroom
-    Bedroom 6: King-size bed with a private bathroom



The Apartment:
Sleeps up to 4 persons across two bedrooms and a shared shower room (set over two floors, and as soon as you walk in you’re in a bedroom)


Ground Floor:
-    Bedroom 8: Twin Beds and W.C with sink

First Floor:
-    Bedroom 7: King-size bed with an ensuite bathroom



The Barn: featuring the pool & gym, bedroom 9 & 10 and games room. Accessed via their own separate entrances. 

The Pool & Gym
 
-    Media Room / Meeting Room / Board Games Room / Sofa with TV
-    W.C
-    Gym with cardio and multi gym facilities
-    2 Showers
-    W.C with cowboy doors
-    Heated indoor swimming pool open all year round
-    Steam Room



The Games Room & Bedroom 10
Ground Floor:
-    Games room / summer room with full-sized pool table and football table, leather sofa, books
First Floor: (via spiral staircase)
-    Small landing
-    Bedroom 10: 4 single beds with ensuite shower room



Bedroom 9
-    King-size bed with an ensuite shower room



Outside:
- Outdoor natural spring water swimming pond
- Sauna, seating 6 - 8
- Wood-fired hot tub, seating 6 - 8
- Small plunge pool
- Badminton, pétanque, croquet, footballs, cricket
- Sun loungers
- Outside tables and chairs on terrace seating 20
- 14 acres of stunning gardens and woodland

Location

About the surrounding area of Elderwood Retreat
Beach Nearby <1hr to Airport Watersports Canoeing/Kayaking Rural Location Walking/Hiking Paths Wine Tasting Golf Nearby Cycling Horse Riding Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
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Elderwood Retreat enjoys a fabulous location, just inland from some of the famous Jurassic Coast beaches. It is an area where you can devour Dorset seafood, washed down with some of the best views in England looking out to The Cobb and Jurassic Coast at Hix Oyster and Fish House. Chesil Beach boasts the fantastic Hive Beach Cafe with its yummy fish dishes and fine wines. Otherwise, you can head to River Cottage headquarters for Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall’s cookery school and ambitious menus.

Bridport, as well as being the gateway to the magical Jurassic coastline and the stunning West Beach, is a thriving cultural market town. It has a fascinating antiques quarter, twice-weekly markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays, regular farmer’s and antiques markets and a wonderful range of evening entertainment. It is a popular filming location. Bridport has a rope-making heritage and boasts a good reputation for arts, culture, events and food. The Bridport and West Dorset Golf Club boasts an outstanding 18 hole course that enjoys sea views stretching across Lyme Bay and along Chesil Beach. The club enjoys a restaurant, lounge and spikes bar as well as a driving range and putting green.

You can visit Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove, stroll along the Cobb, take a boat trip with City Cruises to Swanage from Poole or take a tour of Town Mill, a six hundred year old working watermill milling flour. Mapperton House and Gardens are only ten minutes’ drive from Elderwood Retreat and come with a beautiful valley garden surrounding an Elizabethan manor house with a church, stable block, coach house, dovecote and courtyard. The vineyard at the Furleigh Estate offers Friday and Saturday wine tastings that also offer delicious cheeses. You can also tour and sip the finest craft ciders at Dorset Nectar Cider. Portland offers beautiful sunset walks around the Portland Bill lighthouse. The Tout Quarry Nature Reserve and Sculpture Park is an abandoned stone quarry which has been turned into a wonderful stone sculpture park, a haven for wild flowers and butterflies.

Charmouth is a delightful unspoilt seaside village with a stunning beach renowned for its fossils. It retains old world charm and offers many pubs, cafes and shops. The Charmouth Heritage Centre offers guided fossil hunting on the beach. It is two miles from Lyme Regis. There is something going on in Lyme Regis thoughout the year. Even In January you can enjoy the annual Lyme Lunge where a costumed crowd runs into the water. In April the Fossil Festival showcases the Jurassic Coast’s most famous rocks. May sees the Jazz and Blues Festival and August sees the annual Regatta. There is a carnival to close the summer and autumn opens with Guitars on the Beach, a mass singalong. In November fireworks dazzle the crowd and then come the spectacular Christmas lights

There are many circular countryside walks surrounding Bridport and West Bay offering spectacular panoramic views. You will see diverse wildlife. You may also want to explore the National Cycle Network.

Dorchester is Dorset’s vibrant county town and the birthplace of the famous author and poet Thomas Hardy. You can visit interesting museums, shop until you drop, enjoy riverside walks, quaint cafes and some of the country’s best preserved Roman ruins. The Dorset County Show takes place in Dorchester every September. It is a celebration of the area’s agricultural history with many displays.

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Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Exeter Airport

(61 km )

Nearest Train Station Maiden Newton Train Station

(15.6 km )

Nearest Town/City Bridport

(5 km )

Nearest Village Mangerton

(0.3 km )

Nearest Restaurant The Pymore Inn

(2.9 km )

Nearest Supermarket Lidl

(3.4 km )

Nearest Shop Washingpool Farm Shop

(5.8 km )

Nearest Golf Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club

(7.2 km )

Nearest Beach West Bay Beach Dorset

(7.4 km )

Region

Pack your bags and fasten your seatbelts, as Oliver's Travels is thrilled to present a dazzling array of luxury holiday properties in the enchanting land of Dorset! A captivating county where time seems to stand still, Mother Nature has outdone herself. Dorset, with the rolling hills of the Dorset Downs and the jaw-dropping Jurassic Coast, is a real-life tapestry of postcard-perfect landscapes, historic landmarks and villages oozing charm in lavish abundance.
The Jurassic Coast is not just a coastline, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Dorset's showstopping features. Stretching an impressive 95 miles from Orcombe Point in East Devon to Old Harry Rocks near Swanage, this coastline presents endless coastal wonders. Dramatic cliffs, hidden coves and beaches boasting ancient fossils, Charmouth and Lyme Regis are the treasure chests for fossil hunters and curious minds alike.

Dorset is also a playground for history buffs, with landmarks like Corfe Castle standing tall and proud. Perched on a hill, this fortress offers far-reaching, breathtaking views. The Cerne Abbas Giant is a colossal chalk figure etched into a hillside near the village of Cerne Abbas, Dorset's own friendly giant, captivating visitors for centuries.

Dorchester, the county town, is a delightful mishmash of Georgian architecture and markets that buzz with life. Thomas Hardy's Cottage, near Dorchester, gives you a peek into the life of the literary legend himself. Bridport, with its bohemian vibes and eclectic street markets, is like the cool kid in the market town crew. Meanwhile, Weymouth's golden sandy beach and bustling harbour are perfect for leisurely strolls and exploring historic Nothe Fort. For a touch of seaside nostalgia, Swanage brings the Victorian pier and a heritage steam railway into the mix.

The Isle of Purbeck is a haven of beauty, featuring Lulworth Cove's sheltered bay and crystal-clear waters. Just around the corner, Durdle Door, a natural limestone arch, sets the stage for coastal walks and views so stunning, they might bring a tear to your eye. For the adventurers among us, the Dorset Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, are calling. Hiking trails such as the South West Coast Path and the Wessex Ridgeway offer a rollercoaster ride through diverse scenery, from cliffs to heathlands.

Dorset's culinary scene is a delightful fusion of tradition and modernity. You will savour local produce at farmers' markets, indulge in fresh seafood along the coast and let the county's pubs and tearooms be your warm and welcoming retreat for traditional cream teas or a sip of local ales.

Dorset is an experience that seamlessly blends history, natural beauty and that quintessential British charm. It promises an adventure that captures the very essence of England's southwest.

Kids

Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens Ideal for Xmas/NY

Children absolutely adore Elderwood Retreat and will definitely want to return. The house is incredible and the barn is so joyful. There is a wild time awaiting children among the retreat’s fourteen acres. Children love camping in the grounds in the tipi by the river, leaping off the jetty into the dipping pond, wild swimming and taking a picnic by the Mangerton River. They can play croquet, cricket and badminton on the lawn, eat out on the terrace, enjoy pizzas from the wood oven in the canopied campfire kitchen, toast marshmallows on the firepit, pick produce from the kitchen garden, follow the paths that meander through the grounds or head for the hidden spa. Inside, the games room offers great entertainment, the pool is wondrous plus there are crackling flames, board games, books and a piano in the main house.

Dorset has a wonderful range of attractions that are perfect for family holidays. Aside from fabulous beach days, there are historic monuments, adventure parks, animal attractions and wonderful walks and cycle paths. The scenery is amazing.

The Abbotsbury Sub Tropical Gardens are beautiful and feature a Wonderland Sculpture Train with enchanting characters from classic literature such as Alice, the Cheshire Cat, White Rabbit and more. There is a magnificent Victorian walled garden, a woodland valley, sunken gardens, a children’s play area and a wonderful colonial style teahouse. It is a great day out! The gardens were established in 1765 and have been described by Alan Titchmarsh as one of the finest gardens he has visited.

The Lyme Regis Museum is packed with fascinating displays where you can learn about the early maritime history and the town’s important geology. You can see the Lyme Bay Ichthyosaur, the huge fossilised skull of a pedator that swam in the Dorset sea in the age of the dinosaur. You can even dress up and have your picture taken with it. There are also famous authors connected to the town including Jane Austen and John Fowles. There are some wonderful Fossil Walks along this stretch of Dorset coast and frequent family fun days where children can polish a fossil or create some Jurassic art. Also in Lyme Regis you can take a thrilling rib ride crashing over the waves, visit the aquarium and enjoy a round of crazy golf. The Ammonite Pavement at Lyme Regis is intriguing and the Bridport Museum is very interesting and the aquarioum offers wrasse, bass and crabs.

Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park is home to slides, sandcastle building, a go-kart track, a dinosaur discovery trail and plenty of furry friends. Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre is the largest in the world with two hundred and fifty primates. Children also love steaming through the lovely Purbeck countryside on the Swanage Railway and braving the high ropes, zip wires and wobbly bridges of The Tunnel Tree Tops. In Weymouth children enjoy the Abbotsbury Swannery and the Abbotsbury playground. The list of attractions is endless!

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • Cot(s)
  • High Chair(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Beach Nearby
  • <1hr to Airport
  • Watersports
  • Canoeing/Kayaking
  • Cycling
  • Horse Riding
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities

Onsite Facilities

  • Indoor Pool
  • Games Room
  • Indoor Games
  • Outdoor Games
  • Table Football
  • Pool/Snooker
  • Home Cinema
  • Fenced Grounds

Services Available

  • Chef/Cook Available

Extras

Oliver's Extras

  • Chef/Cook Available
  • Looking for catering that lines up with the luxury on offer throughout? Our pro chefs can prepare anything from a drop-off dish to a celebratory, scrumptious, sumptuous meal served by waitresses, to a fully catered break.

At Oliver’s Travels, we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to travel services, we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team, who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off

Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team.

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

Oliver's Travels Chef Service: A Gourmet Dining Experience
Make hosting a memorable dinner party at your villa an absolute breeze with our superb Chef Service. Our chefs will take care of everything for you from start to finish so you can just sit back and enjoy the gastronomic experience. They will bring all the necessary ingredients, cook and serve the food and even clean up afterwards. To find out more visit www.oliverstravels.com/chefs

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit £1000 charged to client’s credit card before arrival and refunded two weeks after departure, subject to full inspection.
Arrival time Check-in 4.00 p.m.
Departure time Check-out at 10.00 a.m. except Sundays where check-out is 10.00 a.m.
Energy costs included? Yes, included in the rental price.
Heating costs included? Yes, included in the rental price.
Linen & towels included? Yes, included in the rental price. Please bring your own swimming and hot tub towels.
End of stay cleaning included? Yes, end of stay cleaning is included. A mid-stay clean can be arranged with an additional cost. Guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit.
Internet access? Wi-Fi internet access included.
Minimum stay no bookings for 5 nights. Just 3,7,10 or 14 from a Friday 4,7,10 and 14 from a Monday
Changeover day Friday.
Pets welcome? Dogs welcome at no additional fee. There is a pet policy in place.
Smoking Allowed? Smoking & Vaping are not permitted.
Insurance Guests are required to be in possession of a valid insurance policy, which covers them for cancellations, loss of personal belongings, personal liability and any accidental damage caused during their stay.
Stag & Hen Do's Allowed? Sorry, not suitable for hen or stag parties.
Other Ts and Cs No fireworks allowed.
Other Ts and Cs Sorry, no additional day guests permitted.

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 20 people:

Rental period 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Mar 3rd 2024 - Mar 22nd 2024 £6,250 £7,501 £8,751 £10,002 £8,750
Mar 22nd 2024 - Mar 29th 2024 £10,750 £13,394 £16,038 £18,681 £18,500
Mar 29th 2024 - Apr 12th 2024 - £12,623 £14,796 £16,968 £15,200
Apr 12th 2024 - May 3rd 2024 £10,450 £12,623 £14,795 £16,967 £15,200
May 3rd 2024 - May 10th 2024 £10,750 £13,394 £16,038 £18,681 £18,500
May 10th 2024 - May 24th 2024 £10,750 £12,923 £15,095 £17,267 £15,200
May 24th 2024 - May 31st 2024 - - - - £18,500
May 31st 2024 - Jun 28th 2024 £10,750 £13,130 £15,509 £17,888 £16,650
Jun 28th 2024 - Jul 19th 2024 £10,750 £13,773 £16,795 £19,818 £21,150
Jul 19th 2024 - Aug 30th 2024 - - - - £21,950
Aug 30th 2024 - Sep 6th 2024 £10,750 £13,466 £16,181 £18,896 £19,000
Sep 6th 2024 - Oct 4th 2024 £10,450 £12,773 £15,095 £17,417 £16,250
Oct 4th 2024 - Oct 25th 2024 £10,200 £12,408 £14,616 £16,824 £15,450
Oct 25th 2024 - Nov 1st 2024 - - - - £16,650
Nov 1st 2024 - Dec 20th 2024 £7,650 £9,472 £11,294 £13,116 £12,750
Dec 20th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025 - - - - £23,500
Jan 3rd 2025 - Feb 7th 2025 £6,250 £7,501 £8,751 £10,002 £8,750
Feb 7th 2025 - Feb 17th 2025 - - - - £11,500
Feb 17th 2025 - Mar 21st 2025 £6,250 £7,501 £8,751 £10,002 £8,750
Mar 21st 2025 - Mar 28th 2025 £10,750 £13,394 £16,038 £18,681 £18,500
Mar 28th 2025 - Apr 11th 2025 - £12,623 £14,796 £16,968 £15,200
Apr 11th 2025 - May 2nd 2025 £10,450 £12,623 £14,795 £16,967 £15,200
May 2nd 2025 - May 9th 2025 £10,750 £13,394 £16,038 £18,681 £18,500
May 9th 2025 - May 23rd 2025 £10,750 £12,923 £15,095 £17,267 £15,200
May 23rd 2025 - May 30th 2025 - - - - £18,500
May 30th 2025 - Jun 27th 2025 £10,750 £13,130 £15,509 £17,888 £16,650
Jun 27th 2025 - Jul 18th 2025 £10,750 £13,773 £16,795 £19,818 £21,150
Jul 18th 2025 - Aug 29th 2025 - - - - £21,950
Aug 29th 2025 - Sep 4th 2025 £10,750 £13,466 £16,181 £18,896 £19,000

Prices based on an occupancy of 20 people:

Rental period 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Mar 3rd 2024 - Mar 22nd 2024 €6,800 €8,161 €9,521 €10,882 €9,520
Mar 22nd 2024 - Mar 29th 2024 €11,696 €14,573 €17,449 €20,325 €20,128
Mar 29th 2024 - Apr 12th 2024 - €13,734 €16,098 €18,461 €16,538
Apr 12th 2024 - May 3rd 2024 €11,370 €13,733 €16,097 €18,460 €16,538
May 3rd 2024 - May 10th 2024 €11,696 €14,573 €17,449 €20,325 €20,128
May 10th 2024 - May 24th 2024 €11,696 €14,060 €16,423 €18,786 €16,538
May 24th 2024 - May 31st 2024 - - - - €20,128
May 31st 2024 - Jun 28th 2024 €11,696 €14,285 €16,874 €19,462 €18,116
Jun 28th 2024 - Jul 19th 2024 €11,696 €14,985 €18,273 €21,561 €23,012
Jul 19th 2024 - Aug 30th 2024 - - - - €23,882
Aug 30th 2024 - Sep 6th 2024 €11,696 €14,650 €17,605 €20,559 €20,672
Sep 6th 2024 - Oct 4th 2024 €11,370 €13,897 €16,423 €18,949 €17,680
Oct 4th 2024 - Oct 25th 2024 €11,098 €13,500 €15,902 €18,304 €16,810
Oct 25th 2024 - Nov 1st 2024 - - - - €18,116
Nov 1st 2024 - Dec 20th 2024 €8,324 €10,306 €12,288 €14,271 €13,872
Dec 20th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025 - - - - €25,568
Jan 3rd 2025 - Feb 7th 2025 €6,800 €8,161 €9,521 €10,882 €9,520
Feb 7th 2025 - Feb 17th 2025 - - - - €12,512
Feb 17th 2025 - Mar 21st 2025 €6,800 €8,161 €9,521 €10,882 €9,520
Mar 21st 2025 - Mar 28th 2025 €11,696 €14,573 €17,449 €20,325 €20,128
Mar 28th 2025 - Apr 11th 2025 - €13,734 €16,098 €18,461 €16,538
Apr 11th 2025 - May 2nd 2025 €11,370 €13,733 €16,097 €18,460 €16,538
May 2nd 2025 - May 9th 2025 €11,696 €14,573 €17,449 €20,325 €20,128
May 9th 2025 - May 23rd 2025 €11,696 €14,060 €16,423 €18,786 €16,538
May 23rd 2025 - May 30th 2025 - - - - €20,128
May 30th 2025 - Jun 27th 2025 €11,696 €14,285 €16,874 €19,462 €18,116
Jun 27th 2025 - Jul 18th 2025 €11,696 €14,985 €18,273 €21,561 €23,012
Jul 18th 2025 - Aug 29th 2025 - - - - €23,882
Aug 29th 2025 - Sep 4th 2025 €11,696 €14,650 €17,605 €20,559 €20,672

Prices based on an occupancy of 20 people:

Rental period 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Mar 3rd 2024 - Mar 22nd 2024 $7,359 $8,831 $10,303 $11,775 $10,302
Mar 22nd 2024 - Mar 29th 2024 $12,656 $15,769 $18,881 $21,994 $21,781
Mar 29th 2024 - Apr 12th 2024 - $14,862 $17,419 $19,976 $17,895
Apr 12th 2024 - May 3rd 2024 $12,303 $14,860 $17,418 $19,975 $17,895
May 3rd 2024 - May 10th 2024 $12,656 $15,769 $18,881 $21,994 $21,781
May 10th 2024 - May 24th 2024 $12,656 $15,214 $17,771 $20,328 $17,895
May 24th 2024 - May 31st 2024 - - - - $21,781
May 31st 2024 - Jun 28th 2024 $12,656 $15,458 $18,259 $21,060 $19,603
Jun 28th 2024 - Jul 19th 2024 $12,656 $16,215 $19,773 $23,331 $24,900
Jul 19th 2024 - Aug 30th 2024 - - - - $25,842
Aug 30th 2024 - Sep 6th 2024 $12,656 $15,853 $19,049 $22,246 $22,369
Sep 6th 2024 - Oct 4th 2024 $12,303 $15,037 $17,771 $20,505 $19,132
Oct 4th 2024 - Oct 25th 2024 $12,009 $14,608 $17,207 $19,807 $18,190
Oct 25th 2024 - Nov 1st 2024 - - - - $19,603
Nov 1st 2024 - Dec 20th 2024 $9,007 $11,152 $13,297 $15,442 $15,011
Dec 20th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025 - - - - $27,667
Jan 3rd 2025 - Feb 7th 2025 $7,359 $8,831 $10,303 $11,775 $10,302
Feb 7th 2025 - Feb 17th 2025 - - - - $13,539
Feb 17th 2025 - Mar 21st 2025 $7,359 $8,831 $10,303 $11,775 $10,302
Mar 21st 2025 - Mar 28th 2025 $12,656 $15,769 $18,881 $21,994 $21,781
Mar 28th 2025 - Apr 11th 2025 - $14,862 $17,419 $19,976 $17,895
Apr 11th 2025 - May 2nd 2025 $12,303 $14,860 $17,418 $19,975 $17,895
May 2nd 2025 - May 9th 2025 $12,656 $15,769 $18,881 $21,994 $21,781
May 9th 2025 - May 23rd 2025 $12,656 $15,214 $17,771 $20,328 $17,895
May 23rd 2025 - May 30th 2025 - - - - $21,781
May 30th 2025 - Jun 27th 2025 $12,656 $15,458 $18,259 $21,060 $19,603
Jun 27th 2025 - Jul 18th 2025 $12,656 $16,215 $19,773 $23,331 $24,900
Jul 18th 2025 - Aug 29th 2025 - - - - $25,842
Aug 29th 2025 - Sep 4th 2025 $12,656 $15,853 $19,049 $22,246 $22,369

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

Reviews

  • Perfection.

    on 13/01/2023

    Perfect for large parties, this early 19th-century house has a traditional exterior that belies its contents. Bespoke wallpaper and lighting, plus vintage and modern pieces, make a show-stopping mix, while a sleek indoor pool adds some tranquillity. Outside there’s a natural swimming pond and 14 acres of gardens with riverbank. The Hive Beach Café is just down the road.

  • The perfect family holiday!

    on 02/01/2023

    We have been longing to find a place that we can keep going back to year on year, at last we have found it. It has everything a large family like ours needs. We were most impressed by the high standard of the fixtures and fittings, even down to the cooking equipment. We will be back. Thanks so much.

  • Total relaxation!

    Created on 04/12/2022

    The house was lovely and so well equipped. We didn’t want for anything. We found it totally relaxing which is just what we needed. I would like to express a big thank you and would like to say that your service has been excellent.

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