Culeaze House

Major Christopher Barne
Culeaze Holidays, Wareham, Dorset BH20 7NR

Telephone: 01929 471344
Culeaze House is a classic Victorian mansion built by Radcliffe in 1887. The building has been renovated in the true Victorian style and has architectural features such as a stone porch, traditional oak-panelled library, a classic Victorian drawing room and stunning log fires. The large Victorian Conservatory full of rare plants leads onto manicured lawns. The beautiful, mature, 4 acre garden is complete with a sunken garden, a small lake and unspoiled meadows.

Through the estate runs The River Piddle, which provides challenging chalksteam fishing in beatiful surroundings. There is also the livery with 18 stables, yard, tack room, individual fodder barns and nursery. Currently there is grazing at Culeaze for 20 horses.

The house provides luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation with 4 rooms all of which are en suite. Also there is accommodation for 6 at the recently converted 18th Century milking parlor, transformed into an outstanding private holiday cottage which is spacious and fully-equipped. There is ample parking for film and television units with easy access and the house has 6 of its own marquees on site.