Sunday, 13 April 2014

WHERE TO GO ...........................LYME REGIS !

There is lots to do and see in Lyme Regis plus plenty of places to eat.

Easter weekend availablity 10% DISCOUNT ON S/C

THE HAYLOFT (SLEEPS 7) - 18TH-21ST WAS £698.00 NOW £629.00 TO INCLUDE VAT, C/H, HOT WATER, ELECTRIC AND THE BEDS MADE.

COURTHOUSE COTTAGE (SLEEPS 7 ) - 18TH-21ST WAS £660.00 NOW £594.00 TO INCLUDE VAT, C/H, HOT WATER, ELECTIC AND USE OF THE SHARED GAMES BARN WITH HOT TUB

PLEASE EMAIL OR PHONE FOR LATEST AVAILABILITY . 

DISCOUNTS MAY BE AVAILABLE FOR SMALL GROUPS.

Monday, 31 March 2014

Easter Holidays update.......5% DISCOUNT NOW AVAILABLE ON ALL BOOKINGS FOR APRIL

SELF CATERING

COURTHOUSE DAIRY - 4th-11th week @£1185.00, 4th-7th w/e @£888.00,18th-25th Easter week @£1425.00 or 18th -21st Easter w/e @£1068.00

COURTHOUSE COTTAGE- 7th-14th week @£798.00,11th-18th @£798.00, 11th-14th w/e @£598.00,18th-25th Easter week @£880.00 or 18th -21st Easter w/e @£660.00

COURTHOUSE FARMHOUSE - 7th-14th week @£480.00,11th-14th w/e @£367.00

HAYLOFT - 4th - 7th w/e  @£630.00,11th-18th @£840.00, 11th-14th w/e @£630.00,14th-21st or 18th-25th Easter week @£930.00 or 18th -21st Easter w/e @£698.00 

STABLE- weeks 4th-11th, 7th-14th or 11th-18th @£720.00, weekends 4th-7th and 11th-14th @540.00, 14th-21st or 18th-25th Easter week @£800.00 or 18th -21st Easter w/e @£600.00 

Please email or phone for latest availablity

APRIL - BED AND BREAKFAST AVAILABILITY

King  1st-24th

Double 4th-7th,18th-24th

Twin 4th-7th,11th onwards

Hooray ! we now have WIFI at Courthouse Farm


Finally after 8 months of waiting and lots of phone calls the Courthouse properties now have WIFI  !!

Taphouse Farmhouse has WIFI

Sorry still there is no WIFI or internet available at The Stable and Hayloft.

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Wifi is also available at the 2 local pubs, The Five Bells in Whitchurch Canonicorum or The Shaves Cross Inn

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Easter school holiday availablity

SELF CATERING

COURTHOUSE DAIRY - 4th-11th week @£1185.00, 4th-7th w/e @£888.00,18th-25th Easter week @£1425.00 or 18th -21st Easter w/e @£1068.00

COURTHOUSE COTTAGE - 7th-14th week @£798.00,11th-18th @£798.00, 11th-14th w/e @£598.00,18th-25th Easter week @£880.00 or 18th -21st Easter w/e @£660.00

COURTHOUSE FARMHOUSE7th-14th week @£480.00,11th-14th w/e @£367.00

HAYLOFT - 4th - 7th w/e  @£630.00,11th-18th @£840.00, 11th-14th w/e @£630.00,14th-21st or 18th-25th Easter week @£930.00 or 18th -21st Easter w/e @£698.00 

STABLE- weeks 4th-11th, 7th-14th or 11th-18th @£720.00, weekends 4th-7th and 11th-14th @540.00, 14th-21st or 18th-25th Easter week @£800.00 or 18th -21st Easter w/e @£600.00 

Please email or phone for latest availablity

BED AND BREAKFAST

Double, Twin or King (formally queen) ensuite rooms available from 1st of April onwards

Adults are £37 per night

-2 adults staying 2 nights are £148.00
-2 adults staying 3 nights are £222.00
-2 adults staying 4 nights are £296.00
-2 adults staying 5 nights are £370.00
-2 adults staying 6 nights are £444.00
-2 adults staying 7 nights are £518.00 less 5% discount so £492.10

Children are charged according to age.

Costs include full cooked english breakfasts and variations. Breakfast includes choice of cereals and museli, fruits, yogurts, toast, tea, coffee and juices.Options for cooked breakfast are mushrooms, tomatoes, bacon, sausage, fried bread, hash brown and choice of egg - scrambled, poached or fired. Also available on request boiled egg or omelette.


Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Some of our village history .....

Whitchurch Canonicorum or Whitechurch Canonicorum is a village and civil parish in southwest Dorset, England, situated in the Marshwood Vale 5 miles (8.0 km) westnorthwest of Bridport. The village has a population of 647 (As of 2001); 10.1% of dwellings are second homes.

On the northern edge of the village is the Church of St Candida and Holy Cross. It is noteworthy as containing the only shrine in Britain to have survived the Reformation with its relics intact, apart from that of Saint Edward the Confessor in Westminster Abbey. The saint in question is the somewhat obscure Saint Wite (Latinised as Saint Candida) after whom the church and the village are named. The flag of Dorset makes dedication to St Wite.

Sir George Somers (1554–1610) was the Mayor of Lyme Regis and later Governor of The Somers Isles (Bermuda) he died "of a surfeit in eating of a pig", on November 9, 1610 in Bermuda. His heart was buried in Bermuda but his body, pickled in a barrel, was landed on the Cobb at Lyme Regis in 1618. A volley of muskets and cannon saluted his last journey to the church at Whitchurch Canonicorum where his body is buried. It is also the burial place of Bulgarian dissident Georgi Markov and Sir Robin Day.

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

SPECIAL OFFER

 10% DISCOUNT 

AVAILABLE ON ALL SELF CATERING HOUSES FOR MARCH BOOKINGS


AVAILABLITY IN THE STABLE, HAYLOFT, COURTHOUSE COTTAGE AND FARMHOUSE

PLEASE EMAIL OR PHONE FOR LATEST AVAILABLITY AND PRICES.

Monday, 24 February 2014

Fancy a spot of sea fishing on your hols...........

Harry May deep sea and mackeral fishing trips @ Lyme Regis

or phone 07974753287

He has two 24ft wooden tripping boats that carry all the correct life saving equipment . Every hour all day between Easter and the end of October he leaves to go out mackerel fishing, all gear is included and the cost is £9 for adults and £6 for children. Just ask him if you would like your fish prepared for supper.

Every morning he goes out deep sea fishing from 830am till 1130am, rod and bait is included and the cost is £25 pp. On these deep sea fishing trips they always catch fish, unusual thing to be able to say but its true !