please note until December b&b may sometimes be available but - breakfast will be left for guests by an outside helper & guests will sleep in the house on their own- so! please do not base your stay on breakfast reviews tho it will still be good!
TALL & GEORGIAN TOWNHOUSE OFFERS GUESTS BED & BREAKFAST WITH AN ( OLD FASHIONED) OFF-SUITE SPARTAN BATHROOM, HERBAL TEA ROOM, MEDITATION ROOM, & SIMPLE BEDROOM WITH VIEW OF LUXURY GREEN DORSETSHiRe HILL
5 mins from sea
Market on Wednesdays and Saturdays plus a 'vintage quarter' market last Sunday of every month
Views of hills from the house
BUSES to LYME REGIS
AXMINISTER (very handy for RIVER COTTAGE course participants)
Vegetarian breakfast with organic dairy products & Vegan alternatives available
Accès des voyageurs
2nd floor bedroom & 1st floor ( private) bathroom with an old fashioned bath no shower, your own (herbal)tea room & meditation study. There are no 'self catering' facilities here- but many restaurants & cafes very close by, Important please be ok with the following rule ! The guest tea room is for tea making only - food preparation or food storage is NOT Permitted
IF ANYONE ASKS WHO IS S\HE THAT DWELLS IN THE SMALL SHRINE IN THE FORM OF A FLOWER IN THE CENTER OF THE CASTLE OF BRAHMAN? WHOM SHALL WE WANT TO FIND & TO KNOW? THEY CAN ANSWER-
"THE LITTLE SPACE WITHIN THE HEART IS AS THE VAST UNIVERSE THE HEAVENS & THE EARTH ARE THERE & THE SUN & THE MOON & THE STARS, FIRE & EVERYTHING & WINDS ARE THERE & ALL THAT IS NOW AND ALL THAT IS NOT, FOR THE WHOLE UNIVERSE IS IN HIM & HE DWELLS WITHIN OUR HEART"
BROADBAND BUT NO BROADCHURCH
It's lovely that guests have been arriving from far and wide and finding the house as inspiring as I do & enjoying this town and the marvelous sea that surrounds us here.
Not much to say 'about' this fortunate host ! except to use the chance to leave some lines by a fantastically young poet born the same year this house was built .
'Poetry should be great and unobtrusive, a thing that enters into ones soul, and does not startle it or amaze it with itself but with its subject'
John Keats to Mr Reynolds 1818
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