Home rental in Lower Ansty, Dorset

Property reference 979012
7 nights:
£448 - £823
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Authentic countryside setting in lovely converted stables with easy access to the famous Dorset coast. More details...


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A particular favourite walk is to Bulbarrow Hill - which at nearly 900ft is one of Dorset's highest points with views across Blackmore Vale.


  • Property type

  • Theme

  • General

  • Kitchen

    Washing machine
  • Living room

    DVD player
  • Dining room

    Dining table
  • Bathrooms

  • Bedrooms

    King size bed
    Single bed
  • Leisure activities

    Board games
    Picnic bench

  • Converted stables with lovely original features
  • Easy drive to Cerne Abbas giant chalk figure in the hills
  • Pub over the road


Brewery Stable: sleeps 5 in 3 bedrooms, family lounge, and a combined kitchen diner

Ground Floor

Sitting room with comfortable sofas that seat 5, Inglenook fireplace with electric log effect fire and TV with Sky plus, DVD player, video player, board games and library of books.

Ground floor bathroom with shower, basin and WC.

Kitchen with Range master electric cooker with two ovens and five-ring hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, toaster, etc.
Small table with seating for two.

Dining room leading off the kitchen with a stable door to the courtyard garden.
Large dining table with seating for 5.


Patio with picnic bench and umbrella.

First Floor

Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2) King size bed

Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2) King size bed

Bedroom 3 (sleeps 1) Single bed and futon

Family bathroom with bath with overhead shower, basin and WC.



Brewery Stable is a cosy rural retreat from which you can explore the picturesque footpaths and bridleways that extend from the beautiful Ansty village into the expansive Dorset countryside. On entering the cottage you are immediately immersed in the warm welcoming period features.This Dorchester holiday cottage is wonderfully quirky with a long and interesting history – formerly the stables for the family brewery you will see antiques that relate to the cottage’s past littered throughout, including the vintage collars the shire horses wore to mash the hops.

The lounge is simply the perfect place for your family or group to relax whether you are reflecting on your travels of the day or simply enjoying a book in front of the fire or watching a movie. With luxurious sofas, throws and a warm fire you could spend hours catching up with friends.

The Range Master and spacious kitchen will be the spot to try out your entertaining skills and whip up a feast, complete with a large table to enjoy what you’ve made. That is of course unless you can be tempted by the flagship Hall and Woodhouse pub across the road!

There are exposed beams and period features that abound in this cottage, with wooden paneling extending onto the first floor. On this level you will find three very characterful, comfortable bedrooms where you can lay your head after a day in the country. Brewery Stable is furnished to a high standard in each room which gives the cottage a homely charm that will make your break in the Dorset countryside an indulgent experience.


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