About

Fullers Earth

Fullers Earth is a delightful Grade 2 Listed Country House dating to about 1750.  A larger Georgian frontage was added in 1820 when the property formed part of the Hunting Box for Cattistock Hunt providing quarters for the huntsmen.  The thatched stables were built at about the same time.  Later it became a private home, the dwelling of Colonel Fuller, a Joint Master of the Hunt – which is how the house came by its unusual name.

The delightful courtyard with its fountain and thatched stables offers plenty of off-road parking.

Guests are welcome to wander around and relax in the garden. The rear garden is connected via a small courtyard to the walled garden offering a wonderful view towards Cattistock Church. At the end of the walled garden lies a prolific fruit garden – the source of most of your breakfast fruits and jams. Then you arrive at the paddock and it’s just a 100m stroll to our local pub – The Fox and Hounds.

Alastair Sawday, the author of several books on B&B in the UK and abroad, singled out Fullers Earth for praise saying: “You feel at home as soon as you step inside”. In 2015 Fullers Earth was awarded Sawday’s prestigious “Old Favourites” award. See Fullers Earth in ‘Special Places to Stay’ or click this link to the Sawdays website.

Free WiFi is available throughout the house.