Luccombe Holidays – Quality self catering cottages in Dorset
Luccombe Holidays are delightfully located in a private hidden valley in the heart of Dorset, a secluded, beautiful and peaceful setting ideal for self-catering family holidays and country breaks.
Set in 650 Acres of beautiful rolling downland this is a traditional family farm with a choice of quality self catering cottages. There are fabulous facilities and amenities for all the family as well as a heated swimming pool, gym, tennis court and sauna, all free of charge and open all year round. Children can also feed the animals including donkeys, sheep, chickens, ducks and alpacas!
Granary : Sleeping 2 in a king size bed, with space for cot or Z bed. Ensuite facilities.
Old Sty : Sleeps 4. 1x double. 1 x twin, a very large shower, single storey. Suitable for the elderly.
Cakehouse: Sleeps 4. As above but with bath and fine views of the lake and valley.
The Stalls: Sleeps 4. 1 x king and 1x twin . Double storey. Interlinked to the Tack room, if required.
The Tackroom: Sleeps 4. Similar to Stalls. Downstairs soundproofed connecting door if required.
The Old Stables: Sleeps 5 in beds. (Plus, two adult-sized bunks also available in the single room.) One double, one twin & one single/triple room. Always priced for 5 people. Please add £125 / bunk bed.
Group Bookings available as the cottages can accommodate up to 25 guests
The Local Area – Milton Abbas
Milton Abbas is an historic thatched village within walking distance.
You can find the 15th Century Milton Abbey, a post office and some great grocery stores in the village as well as an excellent pub serving gourmet meals: The Hambro Arms.
There’s an abundance of activities to do locally and it’s only 20 miles to the Jurassic coast World Heritage Site where you can find some breath-taking scenery and fantastic walks.
See & Do
Rural Dorset is one of the most peaceful, beautiful and genuinely unspoilt areas in England, where you are never too far from the stunning heritage coastline. Suggested days out could include a trip to: The world’s largest Tank Museum in Bovington (on the Wool to Bere Regis road), Poole and Sandbanks for windsurfing and boating trips around the world’s second largest natural harbour. Explore Brownsea Island owned by the National Trust, famous for its bird sanctuary. The Isle of Purbecks, perhaps to include Wareham, Corfe Castle and a trip to Swanage on the famous Steam Railway.
Trip Advisor Comments
“10 out of 10”
“Fabulous relaxing break”
“Excellent location, peaceful and owners welcoming”
“Delightful place to stay.”
“Fantastic weekend with young children ”