An immaculate, TV-featured Dorset chapel steeped in history, privately secluded in a beautiful rural village.
It isn't hard to see why Huntingford Chapel has attracted so much media attention. Featured on TV's Homes Under the Hammer and in the pages of Dorset Life magazine, this history-steeped building has pristine character that's all of its own.
Originally built in 1867, the chapel has since been immaculately restored to provide stunning country-style accommodation for up to four people.
You'll find plenty of space to sit back and relax in, with the high-beamed, vaulted ceiling and galleried landing adding more than a touch of designer style. The kitchen and bathroom are well-equipped, and the double bedroom in the eaves is wonderfully cosy.
There's plenty to see and do in the area, with an array of country walks and pit-stop worthy pubs to try out. Yet with the chapel standing proud in its very own green garden, you may decide to stay put, open up a bottle of wine...and simply unwind.