B&B that has twice been named the best in the world goes on the market for £825,000
- Bindon Bottom, a Victorian country house in West Lulworth, Dorset, has won a string of accolades
- Owners Lisa and Clive Orchard have now decided to sell the six-bedroom property that they bought in 2010
- There are five guest bedrooms, all with en-suites, a breakfast room and a gym/games room in the basement
- It is currently fully booked in December and January with reservations being taken up to October next year
An award-winning B&B that was twice named the best in the world has gone on the market for £825,000.
Bindon Bottom in West Lulworth, Dorset, has won a string of accolades, including the coveted World’s Best award from review website TripAdvisor in 2014 and 2017.
But now owners Lisa and Clive Orchard have decided to sell the six-bedroom house, which is described as being perfect for anybody wanting to run their very own B&B and in a sought-after location, a ten-minute walk from the picturesque beauty spot of Lulworth Cove.
Bindon Bottom in West Lulworth, Dorset, which has twice been named as the best B&B in the world, is now on the market for £825,000
One of the elegant five guest bedrooms in the Victorian country house, which dates back to 1871 and costs £90 per night
The house dates back to 1871, the same year author Thomas Hardy designed the Holy Trinity Church in West Lulworth when he was working as a trainee architect for John Hicks
The award for Bindon Bottom in 2017 was based on thousands of positive reviews from guests stating it was the best B&B they had ever stayed in. They posted pictures showing the stunning interiors furnished to the standard of a five-star hotel.
The Victorian country house beat competition from B&Bs in America, the Czech Republic, Italy and Belgium.
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Mr and Mrs Orchard gave up their careers in retail and IT to set up the high-end B&B in 2010 and extensively remodelled the house.
It dates back to 1871, the same year author Thomas Hardy designed the Holy Trinity Church in the village when he was working as a trainee architect for John Hicks.
The property has been described as having stunning interiors furnished to the standard of a five-star hotel. All bedrooms come with their own en-suite
One of the current owners, Lisa Orchard, makes the bed in one of the B&B’s bedrooms. There are also private quarters at the back of the house for the owners
Some of the house’s stone and Gothic features are similar to the church’s – and it’s thought Hardy may have designed this property, too.
Bindon Bottom is currently arranged so it has private quarters at the back of property in a two-storey extension with a kitchen, snug and private bedroom suite for the owners. The rest of the house is for guests.
There are five guest bedrooms, all with en-suites, a breakfast room and the basement is currently used as a gym/games room.
The large Victorian house features a breakfast room. Pictured is Mrs Orchard and her husband, Clive, setting the tables
It is currently fully booked in December and January with reservations being taken up to October next year.
But the property, which has 2,709 sq ft of accommodation, could easily be reconfigured to make a large family home.
Ashley Rawlings, from Savills, who is marketing the property, said: ‘Bindon Bottom is in a prime location, ideally positioned to attract the tourists who flock to Lulworth Cove all year round.
Mr and Mrs Orchard gave up their careers in retail and IT to set up the high-end B&B in 2010 and extensively remodelled the house
‘The property is presented in immaculate condition with elegant and well-appointed accommodation, which has resulted in the business’s deserved superb reputation.
‘It offers a wonderful lifestyle and the chance to run a highly successful and established tourist business.
‘Or it would be very simple to reconfigure the property into a private home, which is in an idyllic location for bringing up a family. Or it could be a coastal escape for weekends and holidays.’
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