Boutique B&B and self-catering cottages for grown-ups on the Dorset-Wiltshire border.
Fresh ingredients for Sarah’s farmhouse breakfasts and cordon bleu suppers are sourced from the farm. Delights include organic sausages from rare breed pigs, fresh eggs from the orchard chickens and Launceston Farm’s own pressed apple juice.
If you aren’t eating in – Mondays and Fridays are farmhouse feast night – the award-winning local pub The Langton Arms is a five minute walk into the village. Don’t forget your torch…
Nestled at the heart of the beautiful rolling chalklands of the Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you can leave your car behind and explore from the farm gate.
Shop for boutique fashion, antiques and country inspired homeware, sample treats from delis and farm shops stuffed with local delights in nearby Georgian market towns or head for the sea; Poole Harbour and the World Heritage Jurassic Coast are just half an hour away.
Spread over 2,000 acres of the Cranborne Chase Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty, Launceston Farm is home to over 500 Aberdeen Angus cattle. The farm is organic; we work alongside nature, enhancing and preserving habitats for plant and wildlife to ensure a healthy, productive environment for our crops and our livestock.
People come to Launceston Farm to experience the beauty and the peace of the surrounding countryside. We understand how important it is to protect our natural environment, for now and for the future. More about sustainability…
Nestled on the Dorset/Wiltshire border, Launceston Farm is just a 2.5hr drive from London or 1.5hrs by train from London Waterloo to Salisbury.
T: 44 (0)1258 830528
If approaching from the north/east, take the A354 from Salisbury and head towards Blandford Forum until you reach Tarrant Hinton. Turn left down a country road sign posted Tarrant Launceston. Follow the valley road for approximately 0.75 miles and Launceston Farmhouse is on the right hand side, just after the turning for Launceston Farm.
If approaching from the South, head out from Wimborne on the B3082 towards Blandford Forum. When you reach Tarrant Keyneston turn right at The True Lovers Knot pub. Follow the road for approximately three miles, through Tarrant Monkton and the next hamlet you come to is Tarrant Launceston. Continue for another 0.5 miles along the same road and Launceston Farmhouse is on your left.
The nearest railway stations are Salisbury (15 miles), Poole (15 miles) and Dorchester (23 miles).
The nearest airports are Bournemouth (24 miles), Southampton (43 miles) and Bristol (70 miles). We are a 2 hour drive from Heathrow and 2.5 hour drive from Gatwick – these are average times bearing in mind the state of the M25!
Leave the M25 at Junction 12 onto the M3. Head south on the M3 towards Southampton, take the A303 towards Adover, turn onto the A338 to Salisbury and then follow directions as above as approaching from north/east.