Westover Farm Holiday Cottages and Campsite.
Westover Farm, Wootton Fitzpaine, Lyme Regis, Dorset. DT6 6NE
LAST MINUTE AVAILABILITY:
Next availables week – w/c Saturday 8th January
We have added to our Terms and Conditions and procedures, for the Cottages and the Campsite, due to the Covid pandemic.
Cottage arrival time is now 5pm
5pm – Cottage arrival time – 5pm
Westover Farm offers two 4 star self-catering holiday cottages, a Camping and Caravanning Club Certificated Site, extra bedrooms at the farmhouse, and group camping sites (scouts, Quakercamp, private groups) on our working beef and sheep farm. We are situated in the quiet rural village of Wootton Fitzpaine, in West Dorset, and are 1½ miles from the Jurassic coast at Charmouth, and just 2 miles from the Devon border. Historic Lyme Regis, famous for its Cobb and ancient harbour is only 3 miles away. Bridport , with its thriving arts scene is 8 miles. Within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Jurassic Coast.
LOCATION AND AROUND US
The comfortable 4 star cottages, Barn Cottage and Cider Cottage, are situated in the rural tranquillity of beautiful countryside. Children are welcome, and we are also pet friendly.
The Camping and Caravanning Certificated Site is quiet, yet with easy access to explore the coast.
Good WiFi is provided.
Wootton Fitzpaine and surrounding area
Wootton Fitzpaine, in West Dorset, is 1½ miles from Charmouth, or 25 minutes walk across the fields on the Monarch’s Way footpath. It is 3 miles to Lyme Regis and 2 miles from the Devon border.
The picturesque village of Charmouth offers visitors shops and eating places. Charmouth beach is safe, and popular with swimmers in summer and walkers the whole year round. There is a Heritage coast centre (free entry, open all year) on the seafront that provides fossil collecting guidance, guided fossil walks and interactive displays of our prehistoric past.
Lyme Regis (3 miles) is a lively historic seaside town, with its sandy beach and famous ancient Cob Harbour. Visitors can meander around the narrow streets, and browse the fascinating shops, galleries and museum. Don’t miss the Town Mill area, right at the bottom of the town. There are many quality restaurants which serve local food, and literary connections with famous authors such as Thomas Hardy, Jane Austen and John Fowles . Home of the famous paleaontologist, Mary Anning, who researched and collected fossils in the 19th-century. Now a film called, Ammonite.
Axminster (5 miles), a small market town offers supermarkets and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Cottage Canteen.
The railway station is on the main Waterloo – Salisbury – Exeter line
Barn Cottage and Cider Cottage are excellent for:
Family summer holidays – walk to the beach at Charmouth – see the local attractions and local food and eating. Children have our Games Room.
Cosy winter breaks with evenings around the log burners
Spring and autumn walking, exploring and viewing the local area
Special occasions – rent both cottages for large family groups. (Extra rooms may be available at the farmhouse)
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