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Built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594, Sherborne Castle has been home of the Digby family since 1617. Set in 40 acres of glorious 'Capability' Brown landscaped gardens and grounds around his 50 acre lake, the Castle contains a splendid collection of art, furniture and porcelain.


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Pet's Welcome


We welcome well behaved and supervised dogs - no extra charge (for two or less). We have a large paddock which is fenced off and there are many lovely dog walking areas nearby. We have a number of walking books suitable for dogs which you can borrow. Other animals are welcome by arrangement. 

Please remember dogs cannot be left unattended in the cottages.  The majority of our local pubs are dog friendly and there are many local attractions and beaches to which you can take dogs.  However if want to go to somewhere that is not dog friendly there are local kennels that can accommodate your pets for short stays or on daily rates. The following link is to a kennels that in particular is flexible for daily rates/short stays ("Doggie Day Care") www.merrymeetkennels.co.uk Tel 01963 32104.

Why not take a quick look at our doggie gallery, where you can see some of our previous four-legged guests enjoying a holiday at White Horse Farm. We also welcome the occasional feline visitor who also seem to be able to make themselves at home very quickly. Rabbits, gerbils, parakeets and more have also visited us in the past!

Click on the following link for the full downloadable information sheet for owners.

   

   
   

Why not take a quick look at our doggie gallery, where you can see some of our previous four-legged guests enjoying a holiday at White Horse Farm. We also welcome the occasional feline visitor who also seem to be able to make themselves at home very quickly. Rabbits, gerbils, parakeets and more have also visited us in the past!

  

If we're well behaved can we go to White Horse Farm??



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