Behind Netherway Farmhouse
Enjoy the countryside, the coast and all that Dorset has to offer. Return to total relaxation with a superb pub on your doorstep! The oldest part of the cottage was recorded to be in existence in 1584. It has been extended over the following centuries and most recent renovations completed in 2020. It is full of character with exposed beams, modern amenities, a secluded garden with a large wood-fired pizza oven and plenty of parking space. It is located in the heart of the conservation area of a picturesque Dorset village. The beautiful Blackmore Vale (the setting of so many of Thomas Hardy's novels) offers some wonderful countryside walks, activities and local attractions.
Inside the barn
The Farmhouse has been a holiday home for a few years now and has received 5* reviews on Trip Advisor. It can be booked separately from the barn for up to 8 people or can be booked with the barn to accommodate up to 12 people.
The rear garden
The very friendly Village pub - a few cottages down the road from Netherway Farmhouse
The barn combines the feeling of open space in the main sitting, dining and kitchen area together with plenty of character from the oak timbers and ancient listed cob wall. There is a mezzanine area with two single beds and a large bedroom downstairs, as well as a downstairs toilet and open shower area. The ground floor area is accessible by wheelchair.
Inside the Farmhouse
The village of Okeford Fitzpaine
The Village shop and Post Office - open every day. It is within easy walking distance of the Farmhouse