Stable Lodge, Dorset is set inside a private residence of 7-acres. Andrew and Sam took the plunge to relocate from London life to rural Dorset in October 2020. Since then, they have completely renovated the crumbling Victorian stable block. Both are from the north of the UK and have lived, worked, and travelled across many countries. Dorset is now home for these two, with time spent exploring the local villages, hidden country pubs, and coastal restaurants with there dog, Ruby, along with the delights of a complete home refurbishment project.
Stable Lodge is a two-bedroom, holiday cottage, converted stable block constructed around 1860 and based in rural Dorset, UK.
With warm, paneled walls, step through the door and you’ll find an astonishingly pretty bolthole in the palest tones throughout.
There are two bedrooms, one king-size and one twin, a shower room, and a restored antique copper bath in the master suite.