Dairy Barn At Berehayes

Whitchurch Canonicorum , Nr Lyme Regis, Dorset, Countryside

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Downstairs Description

It has been converted to provide a bedroom with a double bed and a bedroom with large bunk beds. The stone barn has high vaulted beamed ceilings in the living area with a cosy wood burning stove. The country kitchen area is fully equipped with the addition of a dishwasher and a dining area. The bathroom has a bath with shower over.

Dogs Welcome
Child Friendly: A travel cot, highchair, blackout blind and baby bath can be booked in advance with no charge but please bring your own cot bedding.
Swimming Pool: The pool complex is for the exclusive use of Berehayes guests only. Swimming is a pleasure in the 32ft (10 m) indoor pool which is heated to 29 degrees for your comfort (most pools are below this)
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Tourist Attractions:
  • Town Mill At Lyme Regis: Escape the bustle of Lyme and step back in time to explore the Town Mill. Nestling around this cobbled courtyard, its restored mill buildings house a working watermill, art galleries, garden, café and supper club, craft studios and shops. Visit website
  • Forde Abbey House & Gardens, Chard: Home to the stunning Mortlake tapestries, woven from the internationally famous Raphael cartoons, now housed in the V&A, the Abbey has a rich and varied history spanning 900 years. Walk in the actual footsteps of the monks, Visit website
  • Fleet Air Museum, Yeovilton: We are one of the South West's leading tourist attractions and if you're looking for things to do in Somerset, put us on your list! Visit website
  • Athelhampton House, Dorchester: Built in 1485, the Great Hall is at the heart of Athelhampton House, and is a fine example of Tudor Architecture. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Hive Cafe, Burton Bradstock: The Hive Beach Café is located right on the beach at Burton Bradstock on the Jurassic Coast. With far reaching views across Lyme Bay and Chesil Beach. It's the perfect location to enjoy fresh, local seafood, homemade cakes or just a simple cup of tea. Visit website
  • The Anchor, Seatown: The local producers are a constant source of inspiration to our menu at The Anchor Inn and we feel the spirit of Dorset really shines through. Home to so many interesting and dedicated people who grow and nurture plants and animals, West Dorset is a wonderful place in which to run a kitchen. Visit website
  • The Five Bells, Whitchurch Canonicorum: An English country pub, offering fine ale from Palmers Brewery in Bridport, home-cooked food & a warm welcome. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • The Good Food Shop: The watchwords at our café, bakery and deli all rolled into one, are undoubtedly fresh, seasonal, local and organic. Combining our own baking and making skills with the talents of producers from the locale, The Good Food Store champions the South West in the most delicious way possible. Visit website
  • Tesco: In Lyme Regis and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Lyme Regis Golf Club: Lyme Regis Golf Club was founded in 1893 and is recognised as one of the finest golf courses in the South West. Visit website
  • Jurassic Electric Bike Tours – Marshwood Trails: One of the very best things to do in Dorset is explore spectacular landscapes on an electric bike guided tour. There’s no need to worry about the distance you’ll cover or the hills encountered on the way as the electric motor helps make the miles fly by. Visit website
  • Quad Biking – Buckland Newton: RIDE a quad bike, SMASH a clay pigeon, ACCELERATE a Polaris Ace out of the bend, FLY a hovercraft 6 inches from the ground, HIT the target straight in the bullseye! Visit website