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“We’ve wanted to holiday with our horses for years, it certainly didn’t disappoint. Horses in the height of luxury and the hacking and scenery were outstanding. We all couldn’t remember when we felt so relaxed,”

Anne Batley (Bournemouth)

More than just our home

bed and breakfast milton abbas Fishmore Hill Farm has been our home for 21 years. We run a working sheep farm, livery stable, B&B and have recently opened our luxury apartment, Middleton Barn.

Horses and riding are deep within our DNA. Both Neal and I were keen competitors in our youth, before making a living from training and caring for other people’s horses.

My cousin is Bob Champion, who just two years after being diagnosed with cancer won the 1981 Grand National on Aldaniti. His story was immortalised in the movie Champions, starring John Hurt in the title role.

Our daughter Hannah is now a key member of the team. She’s developing a thriving breaking and schooling business and has big ambitions to compete internationally with her event horses. She is a qualified BHSAI instructor, so ideally placed to offer advice, if you need it.

During your stay you’re very welcome to stroll the fields and explore the farm. We’re more than happy to answer your questions and children will love spending time with the animals.

We’ll be delighted to welcome you whether you ride or not. We’ve years of experience in hospitality, as well as farming and working with horses. We’ll endeavour to make your stay at Fishmore as memorable as possible.

“We’re very lucky to live in such a beautiful place and can’t wait to share its secrets with our guests. Whether they’re visiting to ride, or just to explore Dorset’s treasures they won’t be disappointed,”

Sarah & Neal Clarke

“Sprite, my husband, Christopher and I stayed overnight before The Piddle Endurance GB Ride with Sarah & Neal where we all were very well looked after. I highly recommended it for anyone looking for livery. Having had a good night’s rest, Sprite arrived at the event very chilled,”

Peta-Jane Field (Wheddon Cross, Somerset)