Ashmore Barn Farm is situated in the beautiful Cranborne Chase, surrounded by its own rolling chalk downland in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is a vast number of easy access to bridleways/footpaths, making Ashmore Barn the perfect location for riding and walking. The Jurassic Coast and the ancient towns of Shaftesbury and Sherborne are all close by. This beautiful part of Dorset also hosts an abundance of historic houses and gardens as well as many good local pubs. A warm welcome awaits visitors to the comfortable home in rural Dorset where you will experience good locally sourced produce.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Ashmore Barn Farm?
Ashmore Barn Farm offers two bedrooms, one of which is a self-contained, double room, en-suite annex and the other is a double, en-suite room with an extra bed futon, sofa bed, which is perfect to book as a family room.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Blandford Forum area?
The most complete, small, historic Georgian town in England, Blandford Forum is located in the north of Dorset. Blandford Forum's many museums will tell the story of the early 18th century fires that ruined much of the town and its rebirth. If you're looking for fun for all the family, the Great Dorset Steam Fair takes place annually on the last bank holiday weekend of the year. It includes an old-time steam funfair, a huge colourful festival that celebrates Blandford's national heritage with over 2,000 exhibits. You will find unlimited amounts of walking routes in and around Blandford, the North Dorset Trailway being one of them.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Depending on the time of your arrival to Ashmore Barn Farm, afternoon tea is available within the price of the room. A traditional English breakfast including morning tea is available to all guests, using fresh, locally sourced produce where possible.