Welcome to Luccombe Holidays where you can stay in our comfortable and spotless farm holiday cottages in the heart of the Dorset countryside throughout the year.
We are located in a private hidden valley, ¾ mile from the main road, a secluded, beautiful and peaceful setting ideal for families, friends, couples and individuals of all ages.
Our lovingly restored & renovated cottages include the use of the private, indoor leisure complex as well as indoor and outdoor play areas, such as the games room, children’s playground, ping pong room and tennis court. Children can visit all of our friendly animals including donkeys, ducks, sheep, goats, chickens and alpacas.
There is also a riding school on the farm and an excellent pub within walking distance.
Our cottages are set in 650 acres of beautiful rolling downland. We are a traditional family farm with hedges, trees and wildlife in abundance. There are beautiful walks in every direction as well as many secluded spots for you to just sit and enjoy the quiet surroundings.
There is plenty here to help you unwind and relax (our onsite holistic Therapist and Yoga teacher, Saira can offer massage and a variety of other treatments, right on your doorstep) whilst your children discover the adventure of meeting and playing with new friends.
Click here to see a map over-view of the farm, cottages & facilities.
The Local Area – Milton Abbas
Milton Abbas is a charming historic thatched village within walking distance (10 minutes across our fields). You can find the 15th Century Milton Abbey, a post office, the fantastic farm shop, Steeptonbill, as well as an excellent family friendly pub serving gourmet meals, The Hambro Arms.
Dorset – What else to do
There’s an abundance of activities to do locally and it’s only 20 miles to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site where you can find some breath-taking scenery, beautiful beaches, fantastic walks and even go on a fossil hunt.
The farm represents a lifetime’s work by Murray & Amanda Kayll. Come and discover us.
Click here to read more about the history of the farm and our cottages.