Atrim is listed in the Domesday Book (1086) and Atrim Gore is an 18th Century farm cottage and stables restored into a 6 bedroom house with 4 bathrooms, which has recently been refurbished.
The property is situated in the Marshwood Vale in an
area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Atrim Gore has an enclosed garden and is surrounded by fields and and a gently undulating rural landscape. The house is accessed via a quiet and secluded dead end country lane that ends at Atrim Common and turns into a farm track onto the Symondsbury Estate.
There is ample parking for up to 6 or 7 cars.
The excellent Washingpool Farm Shop is 1 mile away and has a large range of locally sourced produce and a cafe.
The lovely and lively market town of Bridport is less than 3 miles away and Atrim Gore is only 4 miles from the Jurassic Coast. There are beautiful walks and bike rides straight from the door onto the adjoining Symondsbury Estate. Symondsbury Manor Yard offers a cafe, Estate grown produce and a selection of shops.
In addition to an excellent market on Wednesdays and Saturdays, Bridport is famed for its Vintage, Art and Antique's quarter on the St Michael's Trading estate. The town plays host to numerous events including Literary, Film, Hat, Food and Music festivals and is home to the Electric Palace Cinema and Arts Centre. Bridport has plenty of good pubs, bars, restaurants and excellent local produce.
West Bay is 4 miles away and is now famously known as the location for Broadchurch.
There are many lovely beaches within easy reach: Eype, Seatown, Charmouth, West Bay and Burton Bradstock.
The beautiful and historic town of Lyme Regis is 11 miles away. It offers a sandy beach, promenade, many pubs, bars and restaurants, a beautiful harbour, pretty gardens and amazing views.
The area has many great restaurants, including The Riverside at West Bay, the Hive Beach Cafe - Burton Bradstock, Hix Oyster and Fish House - Lyme Regis, Brassica in Beaminster, Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall's Canteen and Deli in Axminster, and the Seaside Boarding House at Burton Bradstock. There are also a great many pubs to choose from, the closest being The Ilchester Arms, Symondsbury and Shave's Cross Inn in the Marshwood Vale, The Anchor Inn on the cliffs at Seatown has the most amazing views and The Anchor Inn at Burton Bradstock the most amazing fish!
The Jurassic Coast is a UNESCO World Heritage Site where it is possible to pick fossils up from the beach or alternatively go on a special fossil tour in either Charmouth or Lyme Regis. Also further inland are many beautiful gardens and houses such as Forde Abbey and Mapperton.