Ahead of this weekend, I thought you might appreciate a little glimpse into the interiors of this charming hideaway nestled within the quaint Dorset village of Cerne Abbas. Step inside and enjoy a few of moments at Steps Barn.
This Airbnb remains is hidden along a tranquil farm lane, nestled within a serene woodland landscape, be it an overgrown one. Throughout the day, the foliage cast shadows through the windows and mirror the dance of natural light. It is a sanctuary, rejuvenating the spirit through a deep reconnection with the natural world.
The lounge is full with a playfully vintage mid-century flair, with vivid cushions and art that adorns the walls. Each part fo the cottage has been thoughtfully curated to inspire serene enjoyment, from the lively palette to the quilted textures that invite tactile indulgence. And yet sporadic touches of neon infuse a dash of contemporary whimsy into this home away from home.
The barn is painted in soft green hues, framed by raw-edged wooden borders, with flint accents. The cobbled courtyard, is a morning delight for magazine reading.
We did not have much time in the end, but managed to pay a visit to Dorshi in Bridport (totally worth finding in a side alley off the high street) and spend a very ‘British summer” afternoon in Lyme Regis.
We hope to be back in Dorset – although considering the journey, hopefully for more than a couple of nights, but as Saturday starts, I hope you have a great weekend!
You can find more posts about our travel as a family here.