About Merley Mews
Built in 1805
Merley Mews is an exceptional and architecturally notable Grade II listed mews house of impressive stature and beauty designed by the famous Georgian architect John Nash as the stables to neighbouring Merley House.
John Nash is noted for his work during the Georgian and Regency periods at Buckingham Palace, Royal Pavilion, Brighton and Marble Arch. There is an immense sense of arrival at the gated entrance to the inner courtyard although the property sits in grounds of around 0.75 acres.
It spans three sides of a central walled courtyard with an attached ground floor two bedroom annexe with private garden for our guests.
It is located in a semi-rural location just 1.5 miles from the centre of the pretty minster town of Wimborne and 8 miles from Poole's stunning harbour and sandy beaches.
This prominent Grade II listed property makes a lasting first impression and it is perfect for anybody looking for something out of the ordinary. With such a unique provenance and appealing backstory no doubt guests will enjoy staying at this historic home.
The Annex is a private section of the home wiht its own gardena and its own entrance.
This used to tbe the stables, but it now a very well appointed and large double bedroom annex for the discerning guests.
Views over teh courtyard with the morning sun and the garne has the sun from lunch time all the way through to the evening.
The annex is furnished with nice furniture.
The annex has:
Two Double bedrooms, one with an ensuite the other next to a large bathroom
One bathroom has a disabled access bath tub
A Large Living Room
Kitchen and Utilty Room