Lower Fifehead Farm offers luxury Bed and Breakfast in a stunning  17th century farm house which  nestles in the picturesque  Hamlet of Fifehead St Quintin.  It is surrounded by 400 acres of rolling fields,  in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, close to the majestic Bulbarrow Hill, the second highest point in Dorset.


Lower Fifehead Farm  has been in the Miller family for three generations. It's mullion windows  and their rope twist  detailing are mentioned in Nikolaus Pevsner’s County Guide book, "The Buildings of England", which remains the definitive inventory of England's architectural heritage.


 The Farm House is now home to Jasper, Jessica, their five year old daughter, Lily, and a menagerie of animals including three friendly dogs - (Bandit a Springer Spaniel,  Frog, a black labrador and Gordon, a mischeivous Jack Russell) and a variety of  cats, rabbits,  horses, ponies,  and chickens.
Jasper is an Arable Farmer, while Jessica runs the Bed & Breakfast, alongside writing for  Dorset Life Magazine and working on  her first novel.


With her creative flair, talent for interior design and eye for detail,  Jessica has  transformed each room  into a  warm, inviting space whilst retaining the stunning original features, including a fabulous Inglenook fireplace which they discovered behind the small 1950's hearth during the renovations.


The arresting  combination of the sleepy beauty of the surrounding countryside, the blissfully comfortable super king size  beds, delicious locally sourced food, candle-lit evening dining,  and the friendly ‘home from home’ atmosphere, make Lower Fifehead Farm a rural utopia, the perfect place to relax and unwind.


We welcome children of all ages.  Dogs also very welcome at an additional cost of £10 per night.

More Than Just A Bed For The Night...


On Sunny days, enjoy a pot of tea and a slice of cake in the pretty front garden.  If it’s raining outside,  light the  fire in the huge inglenook fireplace in the Drawing Room and curl up under a cosy blanket on the sofa with a warming tipple.  There is a stereo with i-pod docking station and large plasma screen TV (including all SKY channels), which is perfect for watching a film on if you’re feeling lazy.  

There is a bespoke oak library crammed with books,  and an extensive collection of board games and DVD’s at your disposal.


Tea and coffee making facilities are located in an alcove in the Drawing Room.  There is also a Guests Fridge, in which you will find fresh milk and water. Feel free to use it to chill wine/soft drinks etc.