The Stable House, Poole
The Stable House is located on the Palmers Farm estate in Organford. A fabulous Victorian property that dates back to the 1800s, it originally functioned as a stable, housing the farm’s horses, and as a hay store. It wasn’t until the 1990s that it was converted into the home that you can stay in today. While it comes with all the modern conveniences you would need for a comfortable stay, it also retains plenty of original features and touches. A prime example is the abundance of exposed brickwork that gives the property character.
The property is set over two floors. There are four bedrooms in total and together they accommodate eight people. The decor is tasteful and contemporary throughout. Unlike most other accommodation options, the kitchen and living area are on the first floor. All of the rooms offer scenic views of the estate with its beautifully presented lawns lined with trees.
You’ll find The Stable House in Organford, a hamlet located a short drive from the centre of Poole. It lies on the same estate as Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park, where children aged 8 and under and their families can learn all about farm animals. The city of Poole is well within reach and has plenty of worthwhile attractions to discover. Explore the historic centre, hit the shops and try some of the many restaurants, cafes and bars the city is home to. Go on a ferry ride to visit nearby islands or head further afield and let your hair down at Splashdown Water Park, which has many exciting water slides to conquer.
Sleeps up to 8
Set over two floors
Kitchen and living room on the first floor
Victorian property from the 1880s
The Farmer Palmer Farm Park attraction is nearby
Garden/outside space complete with furniture and BBQ facilities
Up to two dogs can be accommodated
Free Wi-Fi available
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Things to Do
Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park – Right on your doorstep is Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park, a popular, award-winning attraction. It offers a range of indoor and outdoor experiences for everyone in the family to enjoy.
Monkey World – Visit this leading ape rescue centre and see many different monkey species up close.
Poole – Not too far away is the coastal city of Poole. It’s known for its beautiful beaches, its expansive bay and its historic Old Town. Hop on a boat to the nearby Brownsea Island and explore some of its picturesque walking trails.
The Yachtsman – A family-friendly pub just four miles away. It has a pleasant atmosphere and welcomes dogs. There’s an outdoor terrace and a soft play area for children to let off some steam.
La Lupa Restaurant – Located in Poole by the quay, La Lupa is an Italian restaurant with a range of tasty dishes to enjoy. Its menu covers all the best dishes Italy has to offer.
Guildhall Tavern – Not far from the quay area in Poole is Guildhall Tavern. Seafood and French cuisine make up most of the menu, though vegetarian options are also available.
This spacious rural location is great for a group.
Up to two well behaved dogs welcome