SOCKETY FARM YURT HOLIDAYS
WE CAN OFFER YOU VERY COMFORTABLE CAMPING, AT REASONABLE PRICES. YOU MAY ARRIVE AND LEAVE ANY DAY OF THE WEEK.
2017 SEASON STARTS FRIDAY 28TH APRIL
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NO SET ARRIVAL OR DEPARTURE DATES ALL SEASON (minimum 2 nights)
We are a small family run beef and sheep farm in the beautiful West Dorset countryside. The Visit England sign means "quality in tourism" and that we are "Alternative Accommodation Accredited". We are in an area of “Outstanding Natural Beauty”, near Beaminster, with lovely country views in the day and with little light pollution, starlit nights (weather permitting).
We have three 15ft diameter yurts each sleeping 4/5 people. Constructed of ash wood frames and water resistant canvas. Situated on a level grass field, with newly planted fruit trees, very easy access and parking, with plenty of room of your own. Hot showers and toilets.
approximately 12 miles from the Jurassic south coast, and yet easy access to the
Somerset Levels north, the Blackdown Hills west and Thomas Hardy country east.
AND THINGS TO DO
AROUND THE FARM
AND THINGS TO DO
a working farm. There are cows and calves, ewes and lambs in the fields. Watch
and feed the chickens and ducks ( eggs for sale). Play outside ball games, or inside board games,
or just relax in front of an open fire taking in the scenery, and toasting
marshmallows! Sorry NO DOGS.
SAFE FOR CHILDREN
AROUND THE AREA
WEST BAY WHERE THE HIGHLY ACCLAIMED ITV DRAMA BROADCHURCH WAS FILMED IS ONLY 30 MINUTES DRIVE AWAY
The harbour at West Bay
East Cliff, West Bay
of lovely footpaths. Two pubs within walking distance in South Perrott and
Chedington, both serve food. Main shopping town Crewkerne 4 miles away, with
supermarkets, banks, fuel, take-aways, etc.
South of Sockety is the beautiful Jurassic Coast, with spectacular scenery, from Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door to the east, Chesil Bank and Abbotsbury with the famous swannery, to Charmouth for the fossil hunters and Lyme Regis with its famous Cobb and pretty harbour.
|Glastonbury Tor||Cerne Giant, Cerne Abbas||St. Catherine's Chapel, Abbotsbury|
are not far from Thomas Hardy’s Wessex region, with the interesting county
town of Dorchester, and not forgetting Weymouth which held the Olympic
|Sidmouth with High Peak Hill||Lyme Regis||Golden Cap Hill, the highest point on the South Coast|
To the north of us, the landscape changes from the rolling hill of West Dorset to the flat Somerset levels, with wetlands and willows, and Glastonbury Tor and Abbey to explore.
the west there is the beautiful area of the Blackdown Hills on the
are plenty of country houses and gardens to explore within very easy driving
distance, such as Forde Abbey near Chard, Montacute House and
Barrington Court, many are National Trust.
We have plenty of tourist information literature for you, so that you will surely find something to do for all the family, come rain or shine.
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