Set in the heart of the Blackmore Vale, the village of Pulham is perfectly situated close to the market towns of Sherborne, Dorchester and Bridport. With far reaching picturesque countryside views, it is also no more than a half an hour drive from the Jurassic Coast where you will find many stunning beaches set along the South West Coast Path. Dorset has a well-deserved reputation for eateries, from award-winning pubs and seafood restaurants to tearooms from a by-gone era.
The annexe is the guest accommodation at The Old School House and is set aside from the house, above the garage. It is accessed through the garden and up some stairs, which, regrettably is not suitable for wheelchair users. The annexe itself, sleeps 2 people in a king size bed and has a shower room with toilet and a small kitchen with sink, fridge and seating area. There is a television in the bedroom. Cooking facilities comprise a microwave/oven combi and there is a supply of tea and coffee in the kitchen. A choice of cooked or continental breakfast is available in the main house.
Dogs can be accommodated by prior agreement at an additional charge of £5 per night, payable on arrival.
There is a garden that guests are welcome to enjoy. In addition, there are also laundry facilities that are available.
We will be here to welcome you on your arrival at The Old School House and provide you with a home breakfast in the main house. Our annexe accommodation is designed so that you may come and go at your leisure. You will be provided with contact telephone numbers for ourselves should you need us.
Access to the annexe is through the garden and up some stairs, it is therefore, regrettably, not wheel-chair friendly.
- We would ask the guests to treat the annexe as if it was their own
My wife and I moved to Dorset from Hampshire in September 2013. Since then we have fully embraced the Dorset way of life and have absolutely loved living here ever since. We enjoy a slower pace of life which allows us to enjoy our surroundings and pursue our hobbies such as shooting in the Piddle Valley, attending point-to-points, going to Bath Rugby home games, walking the dogs in the countryside and going to the many dog-friendly beaches not much more than half an hour way. We are fortunate enough to live close by to family which means spending quality time with our young nephews, my two sisters and my daughter, who is a vet working in Dorchester.
We are definitely living the good life!