WREN'S NEST
Seasonal Rates: $235-$355

Location: Separate Cottage Ground Floor
Bed Size: King
Amentities: Stand-alone unit offers high beamed ceilings with open floor plan and three-sided gas fireplace.  King bedroom opens to sitting area with chaise lounge and two person corner whirlpool tub and shower with fireplace view.  Bath featues a pedestal sink. Ideal for two people. 

Rates are subject to change. Accommodations by Building

TESTIMONIALS

Feedback: Dining // June 2013

"After months of careful renovation to save the spirit but with a new vibe, the Barrows House is now the "go to" place in Dorset. Outdoor terrace seating, great menu(budget friendly) and the bar/restaurant is both updated and just a bit hip." - P M

Feedback: Lodging // October 2013

"We had such a wonderful time at Barrow House, we can't wait till we can come back for a return getaway! We can't find enough great things to say about our stay here, and how delicious our breakfasts (and dinners) were--not to mention how beautiful everything was, inside and out! Thank you Danielle..." - M B Morristown, NJ

As you approach Wren's Nest it is easy to imagine from its petite size and shape that it had its beginnings in 1830 as a Chicken Coop for the Rev. William Jackson Farm. Some of the glass is original and we are told that as recently as 1930 the building had a dirt floor. After the Barrows Family bought the farm in 1900, Wren's Nest was used as a tack house (harness shop) for their livery business until 1926 when the horses were sold. About 1930, Wren's Nest was given a proper foundation and floor and Barrows House Chef was housed there during the late Spring, Summer and early Fall months.