Tucked quietly away in the heart of Hardys Wessex, on the stunning Jurassic coast is Greenwood Grange. Located on an eco-friendly farm with graceful English country garden grounds this award winning luxury complex boasts 17 fantastic and unique holiday cottages, as well as brilliant facilities including an indoor pool and tennis courts for grownups and a play yurt, trampoline and outdoor play areas for little people - all within strolling distance of the cottages.
Donna and family
Have a look at what it's like here.
What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?
The properties have varying levels of accessibility. Some single story cottages may be suitable for those with limited mobility, but do feature step up access or single steps inside. Access around the site itself is predominantly through gravel or paved pathways.
Where is it and how do you get there?
The nearest railway stations are Dorchester South and West. From London Waterloo, direct trains arrive at Dorchester South (the main station) within 2 and a half hours. Taxis are available at the station. There is no public transport to Greenwood Grange.
Closest airports are Bournemouth (45 mins), Southampton or Bristol (both 90 mins).
Situated just off the A35 to the East of Dorchester in the hamlet of Higher Bockhampton. Closest airports are Bournemouth (45 mins) Southampton or Bristol (90 mins).
Listed since July 2017
Our friendly team all live locally and can give you the best information about local places to visit, best pubs and restaurants, family friendly days out etc.
Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.
We are located on the doorstep of Thorncombe Woods – 140 hectares of ancient woodland which is well worth an explore.
Farmer Palmers is always popular with guests with younger children. You can feed the animals, take a tractor ride, indoor soft play also available.
Take a ride on the steam train between Corfe castle and Swanage.
Weymouth is our nearest sandy beach – wander round the fishing port to see the boats come in at the end of the day.