Picturesque farmhouse in the heart of the Purbeck Hills with superb views of Corfe Castle and surrounding countryside. Bradle Farmhouse offers the guest fine hospitality , a relaxed atmosphere and an all important hearty farmhouse breakfast all served in delightful comfortably surroundings. The house is furnished to a high standard with attention to detail. A warm welcome is assured.
What makes a stay at Bradle Farmhouse unique?
A Bradle Farmhouse breakfast is unique. All the produce is from the farm butchery based here on the farm and guests are assured a full english breakfast freshly cooked to order daily. All jams and marmalade are made here in the farm kitchen and as many vegetable as possible are sourced from the garden. There is also a vegetarian option always available as one appreciates that guests have different diets, needs and ideas.
At Bradle farm it is the personal touch that makes one stand out and this is always the goal to ensure the guest has a memorable and happy stay and will return again and again.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Bradle Farmhouse?
Here at Bradle farm there are 3 large rooms which are all ensuite with one of them having the option to be a twin bedded room. Two of the front rooms have superb views down the valley to Corfe Castle with the third room overlooking the courtyard and surrounding fields. All rooms are very spacious with fitted furniture and have tea and coffee facilities, a flat screen TV, books, maps and free wi-fi. There is also a fridge available upstairs with fresh milk and water always to hand.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Wareham area?
Bradle farmhouse is 5 miles south of Wareham in a rural location so is ideally situated for walks along the Purbeck Hills or down to Kimmeridge bay which is on the Jurassic Coast 2.5 miles away.
Wareham itself is a small market town situated between the River Frome and river Piddle which flow into Poole harbour . You can hire boats here or walk the old town walls.
Corfe Castle is a very picturesque village only 3 miles away owned by the national trust, and here you will also find the Swanage railway which runs regular steam trains from corfe castle to swanage.
The Tank Museum and Monkey World are only 20 minutes away so are ideally placed for visitors
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Included in your stay is a delicious breakfast with a full menu choice, but for other meal choices there is a local pub in the village of Church Knowle (New Inn) which is one mile away and there is the family cafe at Kimmeridge (Clavells) one mile is the other direction which is open every day and also some evenings in the summer months. Both these are walkable along a country road
Further afield in Corfe Castle which is 3 miles there are numerous pubs and cafes with a variety of different food options
Wareham also has a good variety of restaurants take-aways and cafes. One is spoilt for choice!
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