Wi-Fi/Broadband/TV connected to Netflix (complimentary £20 to spend on Apple movies
All wood supplied for fires and stoves as needed
The Gate House.
Grand Entrance hall.
Bed 1 (sleeps 2) Twin bedroom with en suite shower and WC
Large kitchen with Aga, 2 electric ovens, 5-ring gas hob and dishwasher
Separate breakfast room
Dining room with space for 16 guests
Entertainment room with underfloor heating and bi-fold doors onto the terrace, XBox and 75" flat screen TV connected to Netflix
Bed 2 (sleeps 2) Double bedroom with en suite shower and WC
Bed 3 (sleeps 2) Double bedroom
Bed 4 (sleeps 2) Double bedroom
Bed 5 (sleeps 2) Twin bedroom
Bed 6 (sleeps 2) Twin bedroom
2 separate family bathrooms with WC
Accessed via steep steps
Bed 7 (sleeps 4) Double bed plus two Twin beds with ensuite bathroom and WC
Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2) in twin/double bed with en suite shower room with WC
Cosy living room with log stove, large kitchen/dining room comfortably seating 6, with a separate WC
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2) with double bed
Bedroom 3 (sleeps 2) with double bed
Bathroom with bath, basin and WC
Entrance hall, Large Sitting/Dining Room with wood burner, separate kitchen and WC
Master Bedroom (sleeps 2) with Double bed
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2) with bunk beds (suitable for children and adults)
Deans Court Estate comprises 3 properties: The Gate House, a spacious architectural gem which has been sympathetically restored and now offers stylish interiors and wonderful enclosed grounds. With its high ceilings, cosy nooks, sash windows and a wonderful turned wooden staircase blending seamlessly with the owners passion and keen eye for interior design.
The two period cottages set within their own walled garden and adjoining orchard provide the perfect space in which to relax and unwind and are a short walk away from the Gate House.
To make your stay extra special, all guests receive a welcome basket of local, homemade treats on arrival, including freshly baked bread from the local bakery, locally sourced free-range eggs, locally produced jam, milk, a selection of Dorset teas and ground coffee.
Tucked away at the outskirts of historic Wimborne Minster gives this wonderful collection of properties a rural feeling but within a short stroll of the vibrant town square and its bars and restaurants.
Within 30 minutes drive you will find Sandbanks peninsula, with miles of unspoilt sandy beaches, and the chance to enjoy a wide variety of water based activities. From here take the iconic chain ferry to Swanage, a glorious victorian seaside town. If you are looking for culture, Kingston Lacy, a National Trust house and gardens are well worth a visit or take in a show or concert at the ’Art Deco’ Tivoli theatre a 5 minute walk away. Further afield Bournemouth with its miles of sandy beaches, promenade and pier are within half an hours drive and well worth a visit! Thinking of heading further afield? Why not head west to the County Town of Dorchester just half an hour’s drive away or find a hidden cove along the jurassic coast or go fossil hunting at Lyme Regis.