Gorwell Farm Holiday Cottages

Late Availability!

We have  last minute availability in Granary Cottage for a minimum of 3 nights but up to 7 nights from Saturday 7th March. Granary  Cottage sleeps 2- 8 people and we are offering reduced rates for  2-4 people for this late availability.

There is also a short break available in Bride Cottage from Friday 6th March  until Saturday 14th March. Bride Cottage will accommodate up to 4 people and we are offering a last minute rate for this cottage.  We can take a minimum of three night booking for this cottage.

There is so much to do and see in this lovely county so why not have a last minute break and use the last few days of holiday allowance in March before Easter arrives. Phone Mary on +44(0)1305871401 or +44(0)7971978585 or email mary@gorwellfarm.co.uk to book last minute!

Holiday in Dorset

Gorwell Farm offers self catering holiday cottages in Dorset. This 4-star farm stay holiday accommodation in Abbotsbury – is midway between Dorchester, Weymouth and Bridport and close to the Jurassic Coast.

We aim to give you a peaceful and relaxing holiday in one of our six individual self catering holiday cottages here on the South Coast of Dorset. Gorwell cottages can make the perfect holiday for one or two people or for group accommodation of up to eighteen people for extended families and friends because of their versatility.

If you are looking for an accessible cottage in Dorset, Spindle Cottage with its level 2 accessibility grading may be the answer.

Our family-run farm self catering accommodation is ideally positioned in its own secret wooded valley, it is a great place for a Dorset family holiday for those not wanting to be too far from the comforts of home, within easy reach of the South West Coastal Path, Jurassic Coast and Chesil Beach in West Dorset.

Things we love…

Gorwell Lambing Live

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Playtime Lambing is now well underway at Gorwell Farm with most of the 600 ewes lambing in the fields.

The breed of sheep that we have here are generally very good mothers and most instinctively know where is the best place to go in the field to have their lambs. They like to find a sheltered spot which is quiet and away from all the other sheep and they prefer to keep themselves away from the others for a time after the lambs have been born. Given the choice of lambing inside or outside most ewes choose to be outside and it is usually a much better option with less health risks and less chance of lambs getting mixed up with the wrong mothers in the first crucial hours of their life. As soon as their lambs are strong enough to meet other sheep the ewe joins up with other new mothers and the lambs then start to play with the other lambs.

One of the lovely signs of spring is big groups of young lambs running around the fields together, getting so far and then rushing back to find their mothers. This soon changes as they start to eat more grass and rely less on their mothers milk as they then spend most their days eating and not playing in the same way with the others.

Visitors to Gorwell Farm holiday cottages will most likely see these lambs as they come onto the farm, as the fields on either side of the farm road are full of lambs playing and exploring in the sun shine.

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