Bryanston Cottage Blandford Forum Bryanston Cottage, Bryanston Street, Blandford Forum, Dorset, DT11 7AZ

"Lord Portman built Bryanston Cottage in the late 1700's for his mistress. He was able to walk across his Deer Park to visit her without entering the town. Today, the old Portman seat forms the core of Bryanston School. The Deer Park is known as the Crown meadows and Bryanston Cottage continues to sit behind its Ha Ha overlooking them, the river Stour and Bryanston School's woods beyond."

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Bryanston Cottage
Bryanston Street, Blandford Forum, Dorset, DT11 7AZ
Telephone: 01258 452746

Proprietor: Mrs Alexi Cook

As shown in '25 Beautiful Homes' July 2002 Edition

Complimentary Linksys WiFi in all areas of the cottage



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Welcome
Very peaceful and quiet in a well matured garden with sweeping, uninterrupted views of Crown Meadows to the River Stour. Bryanston Cottage is conveniently situated in the middle of the delightful, Georgian Town of Blandford Forum.

Ideally based for exploring Hardy country, Dorset's Jurassic Coast, the market towns of Sherbourne and Shaftsbury and the Cathedral cities of Wells and Salisbury.


Bryanston Cottage, 14K
Bryanston Cottage, 14K
About us
Lord Portman built Bryanston Cottage in the late 1700's for his mistress. He was able to walk across his Deer Park to visit her without entering the town.

Today, the old Portman seat forms the core of Bryanston School.

The Deer Park is known as the Crown meadows and Bryanston Cottage continues to sit behind its Ha Ha overlooking them, the river Stour and Bryanston School's woods beyond.

Every room in the house shares this stunning uninterrupted view.

Very peaceful and quiet in a well matured garden with sweeping, uninterrupted views of Crown Meadows to the River Stour. Bryanston Cottage is conveniently situated in the middle of the delightful, Georgian Town of Blandford Forum.

Ideally based for exploring Hardy country, the market towns of Sherbourne and Shaftsbury and the Cathedral cities of Wells and Salisbury.


Bedrooms

The twin room
The twin room is large and airy and is decorated with early 19th Century French antiques.

The double room
Decorated with large antique French bed with corona and drapes, small sofa and en-suite bathroom

Studio Flat
The Studio Flat is self contained with its own private entrance. Décor is "Out of Africa" eclectic. Tiny kitchenette and bathroom with bath and shower.

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