Well Belhuish Farmhouse was very pleasant relaxing and enjoyable on the whole, a bit rustic so might not be to everyones taste, as slightly out the way but thats part of the charm and the farm house has that in spades, If you drive its no issue. The Farmhouse still looks and feels like you could be anywhere in time, from today or back 20-30 years. Rod the host is a very nice straight up fella and does a smashing poached egg on toast. My partner and I had a great time visiting various places that are within a short drive away, which for us meant cabs as we don't drive (Dorset bus services being a bit variable and not cheap) Still all attractions can be reached and cab drivers are friendly lot and not too costly and the Jurassic coast the scenery is beautiful (Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove especially) definitely worth it, do the coastal path walk.
Lots of rural pubs that serve nice food and drink fairly local in Wool and Lulworth providing a friendly atmosphere in fact everywhere we visited; Lulworth castle, Monkey World Tank Museum all had the nicest most helpful people and the farmhouse is great place to go back to after the days visits to relax in a quiet tranquil country setting, sitting in the garden (with a beer) with just the noise of nearby sheep, cows, songbirds and a few chickens Rod has about the farmhouse, in a few words, the Farmhouse is friendly, pleasant, quiet, relaxing and enjoyable and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a break from city life.