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Located just beside the River Allen to the north of the historic village of Wimborne St Giles, All Hallows is a Georgian farmhouse set  deep in the Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  With easy access to the New Forest and Jurassic Coast, you will be spoilt for choice for great places to visit.  An ideal rural retreat, we want you to relax and enjoy the comforts of home with the benefits of time away from the ‘everyday’.  Whether you decide to explore the area and return each evening to unwind or if you would like to arrange a cookery holiday to hone your kitchen skills, we will do all we can to help you make wonderful memories in Dorset.

All Hallows Farmhouse

All Hallows appears to be a sleepy rural hamlet, located on the outskirts of the quintessential English village of Wimborne St. Giles.  Hidden behind the obscurity lies a wealth of history that leads us back in time as far as 1086.  

The Orchard Room

The Orchard Room is the original master bedroom to the main farmhouse.  A spacious room with sash windows overlooking the fruit trees and cutting garden at the front of the house. It offers a en-suite bathroom with large corner bath and separate shower.

 

The Mulberry Room

Whether you are visiting the area to catch up with friends or arranging a business meeting in nearby Salisbury or Poole, our Mulberry Room is perfect for a midweek one night stay.  But, we are sure once you are served a freshly baked cake and a pot of Dorset tea, you may wish it was longer .....

All Hallows Farmhouse is a unique location where you can choose to learn, cook, eat & STAY.

 

 

What our guest’s say –

‘What a lovely stay.  Peaceful, comfortable and fabulous food.  We have stayed in many different hotels and B&B’s in this area and this definitely takes the number one spot! Will definitely be back! Delightful.’

Peter and Barbara from Buckinghamshire – October 2018

‘Gorgeous home, fantastic room and just the right balance of everything to make you feel at home…..food…..DELICIOUS’ 

Marie and Robyn NSW Australia – August 2018

 

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