All Hallows Farmhouse, Wimborne St Giles, United Kingdom
£50 - £80 per person per night
£100 per room per night
Located just beside the River Allen to the north of the historic village of Wimborne St Giles, All Hallows is a Georgian farmhouse set deep in the Dorset countryside, but easily accessible from the New Forest and Jurassic Coast.
Located within a series of walled gardens producing fruit, cut flowers and herbs throughout the season, the farmhouse is home to an AGA approved cookery school.
There are two spacious bedrooms. A super king with en-suite bathroom overlooks the orchard and paddock at the front of the house and also boasts an adjoining double bedroom which is ideal for family groups. The second letting room has views to the walled garden, moon gate and watercress beyond. This room has an adjoining private bathroom with a separate bath and shower.
Prices include breakfast and it is also possible to order a charcuterie and local cheese platter to enjoy on the first night of your stay. During the warmer months escape to the garden in the evenings and in the winter snuggle down in the guest sitting room beside the wood burning stove.
All Hallows Farmhouse is an AGA approved cookery school offering personalised classes for every level of cook. Spend an afternoon preparing a traditional Dorset cream tea to enjoy on the terrace beside the Chalke stream or book a full day ‘hands on’ cookery class in the farmhouse kitchen.
Just a few footsteps from miles of extensive bridleways, the farmhouse offers a fully hedged paddock suitable for a short riding holiday for you and your horse. Alternatively we can offer secure indoor storage for cycles. Please contact us for prices and more details.
Double Occupancy from £50 pppn
Single Occupancy from £80 pppn
Prices include breakfast
Children over 12 years welcome.
During July and August (and by request) the farmhouse is available for group bookings. Ideally located within easy reach of St Giles House, for weddings and parties. All Hallows makes an ideal location for any celebration.
Neolithic Earthworks and Church – English Heritage Site within walking distance.
Ideally suited for walkers, cyclists, equine guests, fishing holidays and birdwatching.
Other places to visit include Cranborne Gardens, Remedy Oak Golf Club, Martin Down National Nature Reserve, Moors Valley Country Park, Knowlton Church and Rings (English Heritage Site), Knoll Gardens and NT Kingston Lacy.
Pets Allowed | Children Welcome | TV | Internet Access /Wi Fi | Garden/Seating Area | Tea / Coffee Making Facilities