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If you cannot do the walk across the ford from Moreton to the cottage then it is hard to get to see it. One of our party has mobility issues and a blue badge. However there was no space in the very small car park...More
If you do nothing else in Dorset get yourself over to the national Trust property at Clouds Hill the former escape of T E Lawrence. It’s hard to put into words the feeling of peace that oozes out of the very fabric of the building....More
Having visited Kingston Lacey earlier this was the complete opposite type of NT property. The welcome was pitched at just the right level and correctly suggested we visited his garage first to find out a bit more about the man. This made visiting the basic...More
A true gem hidden deep in the woods of Dorset.Anyone with a keen sense of history MUST visit this atmospheric tiny cottage which was Lawrence of Arabia's secluded retreat where he wrote thought and entertained.Hard to think of another place like it - will leave...More
Despite having visited the nearby Tank Museum for years, have never given Cloud's Hill a thought.
Read about it in the National Trust's recent book about the LGBT community throughout history and this visit prompted us to find out more about T.E. Lawrence.
We arrived purely by coincidence on his birth date and that made it all the poignant it is significant how sparsely he furnished the cottage and how carefully chosen the items are based upon years of living in tents and bivvies
Essentially clouds hill is a man cave and says a lot about the real man behind the Lawrence of Arabia legend. Simple tastes born out of his army and travel experiences. Practical and basic it possibly would have been added to a bit more and...More
Small cottage among the trees by what is now a busy road but which in Lawrence’s time was a quiet haven. You can capture the essence of this man, in the surrounds he moulded for himself in this most masculine of homes. His bed lies...More