What our visitors say...

"What a beautiful holiday cottage! Everything we wanted…great location, homely feel, very comfortable and well equipped kitchen. Lovely welcome and some yummy treats for us on arrival. Stunning countryside... already have plans in mind to revisit in the summer, hope to see you again soon."
A & S, Feb 2011
Wimborne Holiday cottages 4 star gold award Walkers / Cyclists welcome at Sunnylands Farm holiday cottages Wimborne

What our visitors say...

“Delightful accommodation in glorious location. Thanks for the warm welcome (and surprise sustenance!) which was enthusiastically devoured. Your cosy cottage is a great base for exploring your fabulous county. We must return to see more.”
P & L, March 2012
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Local Events

Every year the local area has a wealth of events which draw visitors from far and wide. A sample are below – the dates change from year to year but the events are the same great standard every year!

Wimborne Folk Festival

With workshops, dance, concerts, live street performances and family fun, the folk festival is always a fantastic weekend. See www.wimbornefolk.co.uk for more information.

The Great Dorset Steam Fair

A must for steam enthusiasts but quite simply a brilliant day out for anyone. At the end of August/start of September, Dorset plays host to one of the leading National Heritage Shows of its type in the world. Whether you’re a historian, a collector, a steam fanatic, a heavy horse enthusiast, someone who enjoys camping and the great outdoors – or just passing through on holiday wanting to see the sights, the Steam Fair is a must-see. Visit www.gdsf.co.uk for more information.

Bournemouth Air Festival

At the end of August, don’t miss The Red Arrows, The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, and a host of other aerial displays over the beautiful Dorset coastline. Visit www.bournemouthair.co.uk for more information.

The Larmer Tree Festival

Possible one of Dorset’s best kept secrets, the Larmer Tree Festival has actually been running for over twenty years, and now features a lineup of around 80 diverse artists across 6 stages, and 150 free workshops. Visit www.larmertreefestival.co.uk to find out more.