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The church was converted into residential dwellings in 1994 and consists of three houses - the Tower, the Nave and the Chancel. The Chancel still retains the large East window just beyond the alter area, which is now one of the many features adorning this unique house.
Much of the original stained glass has been retained in all the windows, especially the magnificent East window, which overlooks the Purbeck Hills....The church was converted into residential dwellings in 1994 and consists of three houses - the Tower, the Nave and the Chancel. The Chancel still retains the large East window just beyond the alter area, which is now one of the many features adorning this unique house.
Much of the original stained glass has been retained in all the windows, especially the magnificent East window, which overlooks the Purbeck Hills.More
Everything you need fora relaxing holiday, a real home from home, looking forward to my next visit.
Easy access to the beautiful Dorset coast, Nearby Wareham is a must go to town with good shopping and excellent eateries.
Date of stay: September 2020
A Holiday Lettings verified reviewer
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed August 30, 2020 via mobile
A Holiday Lettings verified reviewer London, United Kingdom
quirky converted church, makes the most of the space with beautiful original window. Good road links to attractions such as Lulworth cove, which was only 10 minutes away also monkey world and bovington tank museum just a few miles away. Owners very helpful and easy...More
Stayed here with wife and in laws for a week in May. We had great weather. The location of the Chancel is well situated to visit different places in Dorset. You have to drive to all of them but it's central To weymouth and Swanage...More
Date of stay: May 2018
Management response:Responded June 7, 2018
Just answer a few of the points:
1. The robot hoover ran every day upstairs and down for the week before. Cobwebs are removed at every changeover! It does ultra-violet so no dust and no mites.
2. The Denby is in the cupboards! Why put...More
We have just returned after spending Christmas at this hidden gem , it really is beautiful and lived up to its description. Thoughtful touches of a tree and decorative pieces. The beds are super comfortable and everything we needed was provided. Loved watching the different...More
My parents and I wanted somewhere to stay whilst visiting family at Bere Regis and this proved perfect in every way. From having breakfast in the superbly kitted out kitchen and watching the birds at the bird table (it took us two days to identify...More
We had never stayed in a church before but it was carefully redesigned to give spacious, user friendly, warm accommodation. The churchyard, which could be seen from the breakfast table in the kitchen, was full of birds and there was even a bird table and...More
The County town of Dorchester is a mere twenty minute drive away, and is worth a visit, especially on Wedneday's which is market day. You may even find you have purchased a cow or sheep from the market - if you're not careful!
The Purbeck region of Dorset. Trips to Corfe Castle, Swanage, the famous Studland beach, Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door are all very close by. Monkey World and Bovington Tank Museum are even closer.