(two doubles and a twin)
Apple and Plum are a pair of traditional 18th century cottages set within their own walled garden and adjoining the orchard on the Deans Court estate. Recently redecorated the cottages have a contemporary yet homely feel. Chalk white walls, Farrow & Ball paints and re-upholstered vintage furniture provide the perfect space in which to relax and unwind. Take a drink, or sketchpad, to the terrace and enjoy the view across the Stour Valley, where the cows browse on the meadow by the cricket pitch and the towers of Wimborne Minster hover above our ‘crinkle-crankle’ kitchen garden wall.
Apple sleeps 6 and has an Inglenook fireplace with a wood burner. Sisal carpets lead to simple, beautiful bedrooms where linen blinds frame the meadow views. A modern, fully equipped country kitchen makes cooking easy and fun, especially if you pre-order one of our Deans Court produce baskets. These include honey from our apiary, home-laid eggs from our free-range chickens and organic fruit and vegetables grown in our kitchen garden.
Although within the Deans Court estate the cottages are only a few-minutes' walk into Wimborne's town centre. The rest of Dorset is within easy reach by car, with the blue flag beaches of Sandbanks and Bournemouth half an hour away, while the Jurassic Coast can be reached either via the little chain ferry from Sandbanks, or 'by land' via Wareham (40 mins).
Apple Cottage (sleeps 6)...
Upstairs: Two double rooms and a bathroom
Downstairs: One twin/double room with en-suite shower room, sitting room with wood burner, kitchen/dining room and a separate w/c
Enquiries: 01202 849314 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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A note on our prices...
We have four pricing seasons (low, mid, high and Christmas) - and our bookings are either 3-night weekends (Friday to Monday), 4-nigh midweek (Monday to Friday) or 7-nigh full weeks (arriving either Monday or Friday).
Low = £510
Mid = £800
High = £1,180
Low = £480
Mid = £720
High = £1,100
Low = £700
Mid = £1,000
High = £1,400
Christmas = £2,300
Low = £620
Mid = £920
High = £1,230
Low = £490
Mid = £740
High = £980
Low = £740
Mid = £1,110
High = £1,480
Christmas = £2,370
When The Seasons Run
January to March are ‘Low’ season (except for the February half term which is ‘Mid’ season)
The Two Week Easter Holidays are ‘High’ season
’Mid’ season runs after Easter through to to School Summer Holidays (except for the two May Bank Holiday weekends in 2019 which are ‘High’ … only the second May Bank Holiday in 2020 is ‘High’)
Then ‘High’ season during the School Summer Holidays
September to December are ‘Low’ season (except for the October half term which is ‘Mid’ season)
The Christmas Week is, naturally, charged at the ‘Christmas’ rate - click for more
And New Year is a ‘High’ season ‘Weekend’ rate, but you can stay for up to a week - click for more