The Old Rectory offers bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of the village of Pimperne close to the Georgian splendour of Blandford Forum. It is close to Salisbury Cathedral, Stonehenge and many other National Trust properties and is also within easy reach of the stunning Jurassic Dorset coastline.
The original house was a hunting lodge owned by Henry VIII and home to Catherine Parr. It was rebuilt in 1704 following a fire.
There are 3 acres of garden with manicured lawns, ha-ha, abundantly flowering beds, shady trees and a tennis court.
Guest accommodation consists of 3 bedrooms. A double with en suite bathroom, a twin on the second floor with a private bathroom and a single with a separate bathroom.