Thursday, 28 April 2016
We have found a way of making use of the old hot tub at Courthouse Farm
A GIANT SAND PIT
Its undercover so perfect for a raining day
Monday, 25 April 2016
New Spring pictures of Cardsmill Farm B&B, there was lots of lovely daffodils but they didn't show very well in the photos.
Labels: B&B accommodation, Cardsmill farm, charmouth, farm accommodation, farm B&B, farm bed and breakfast, Food Festival, fossil hunting, Jurassic coastline, Jurassic trust, lyme regis, walking, Whitchurch Canonicorum
Wednesday, 20 April 2016
Twin Ensuite room
available from Friday 29th April onwards (or before)
Room for a travel cot or folding bed for a child.
Costs are £38 per adult per night to include full English breakfasts and variations.
Children are charge according to age.
Monday, 18 April 2016
Want to know how to find a fossil? Want to know where to find a fossil? Want to know what your looking for?
ASK THE EXPERTS....
Visit the Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre to see the superb displays of local fossil finds and then join a fossil hunting walk to discover your own. The centre has interactive hands-on displays and information on fossils, fossil hunting and local coastal and marine wildlife. There is a video microscope that you can use to examine your finds and you will always find a helpful warden or volunteer who can help identify your fossils for you.
Please always stay safe when enjoying the coast.
Opening Easter - October 10:30am – 4:30pm Daily
End of October - Easter 10:30am – 4:30pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Lots more details and information on there website.
Thursday, 14 April 2016
May Bank holiday available from Friday 29th of April - Monday 2nd of May available at Courthouse Dairy .This barn conversion sleeps 11 persons and shares a games barn with a hot tub.
The Stable is also available for the B/H weekend. This barn conversion sleeps 6 persons.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01297 489375 for more details and costs.
Labels: Beach, Broadchurch, charmouth, Courthouse Farmhouse, Food Festival, fossil hunting, Jurassic coastline, Jurassic trust, lyme regis, National Trust, sea, self catering accommodation, West Dorset, working farm
Monday, 4 April 2016
Many thanks to a local gentleman Barry Welch for his lovely summer picture of the gorgeous West Dorset/Marshwood Vale countryside
Labels: B&B accommodation, farm bed and breakfast, fossil hunting, Jurassic coastline, lyme regis, self catering accommodation, St Candida & Holy Cross Church, Taphouse Farmhouse, West Bay, West Dorset, working farm