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County - Dorset | Map
Tel code: 01258 | code search
Postcode: DT11 | code search
Population: 1050
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The village of Charlton Marshall has a population of a little over 1,000 and lies in the northern part of Dorset, two miles to the south of the market town of Blandford Forum. The village is situated on the River Stour and lies along the A350 road. Until 1956, it was served by a branch of the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway. Many parts of the local church of St Mary are medieval, including most of its tower and northern aisle. The rest was mainly rebuilt in the 18th century. The work was mostly done at the expense of Dr Charles Sloper, who is likely to have used the Bastard brothers John and William as architects for the project. The interior is a very rare example of rural Georgian church architecture. For a warm welcome in Charlton Marshall, you could visit The Charlton Inn, with its beamed ceilings and a log fire. The Charlton Inn offers food and accommodation in the form of en-suite rooms with Tea and Coffee making facilities and Television included. Close to Charlton Marshall and well worth a visit is the historic market town of Blandford Forum, home of the Badger Brewery (one of the town's largest industries).

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Lower Bryanston Farm (1.68 miles)

Lower Bryanston Farm

We welcome you to stay at our family run, attractive Georgian farmhouse bed & breakfast, situated on the edge of the historic town of Blandford Forum. Our location is superb; in the heart of ... More | visit website

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Crown Hotel (1.79 miles)

Crown Hotel

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Crown Hotel sits on the edge of Blandford, with views of the Stour River's water meadows and the town. It has a gastro-style restaurant and a stylish, upmarket bar. The current hotel ... More

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Portman Lodge (2.04 miles)

Portman Lodge
The building was originally a Music School built in the Victorian era and known as St. Martins. It later became a retirement home and then for approximately 20 years it was a “Restaurant with Accommodation” ... More | visit website
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Anvil Inn (3.35 miles)

Anvil Inn
Book OnlineThe Anvil Inn is a privately owned and maintained 16th Century thatched Hotel, Restaurant and Bar. Located in the pretty Dorset village of Pimperne 2 miles from Blandford Forum, the hotel ... More
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Hilltop Barn (4.00 miles)

Hilltop Barn
Hilltop Barn is situated in the picturesque village of Winterborne Zelston. 1/4 mile from the A31, between Wimborne and Bere Regis and is ideally placed for visiting "Hardy Country". It is situated in a quiet ... More | visit website
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Langton Arms (4.01 miles)

Langton Arms
The Langton Arms, an attractive 17th century thatched inn, occupies a peaceful spot in the centre of Tarrant Monkton next to the church. Tarrant Monkton is a small thatched Dorset hamlet nestling in the Tarrant ... More | visit website
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True Lovers Knot (5.18 miles)

True Lovers Knot

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hi welcome to the stunning true lovers knot. set in the romantic dorset countryside in the heart of the tarrant valley we have 4 classically appointed rooms. all feature ensuite ... More

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Hambro Arms (6.12 miles)

Hambro Arms
The Hambro Arms is located in the picturesque and historic village of Milton Abbas, in the heart of beautiful Dorset. Milton Abbas, which features on many picture postcards of Dorset, is a 'chocolate box' village, ... More | visit website
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Royal Oak Hotel (6.57 miles)

Royal Oak Hotel
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The Royal Oak's Relaxed Atmosphere And Friendly, Hassle-free Service Combine With Newly-refurbished Bedrooms And A Pretty Location At The Edge Of An Historic Dorset Village ... More
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Whispering Chimneys Bed & Breakfast (6.65 miles)

Whispering Chimneys Bed & Breakfast

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A large luxurious room avaiable in the heart of rural Dorset. The room is within a private self contained annex with it's own entrance. This is part of ... More

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