Sherborne Abbey
Sherborne Abbey

Gillingham in the Blackmore Vale is a crossroads town – albeit of B roads - with the handful of pubs to fit such a status, and a good selection of shops to cater for locals and visitors alike... Read More

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White Lion Inn

White Lion Inn

The White Lion Inn at Bourton represents all the very best that a traditional Dorset Inn has to offer. Built in 1726 the beautiful old building offers a warm welcome in a comfortable and relaxing ... More | visit website

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Vale Cottage

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Set in a quiet, secluded village, this attractive and very comfortable Grade II listed cottage lies just 10 miles from Sherborne's castle and abbey. Longleat Safari Park, ... More

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The Glen B&B (2.22 miles)

The Glen B&B
The Glen is an eighteenth Century farmhouse recently restored to a high standard. Set in the delightful countryside of Hardy's Wessex, this welcoming home has views over surrounding farmland and lake. Less than three miles ... More | visit website
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Stapleton Arms (3.23 miles)

Stapleton Arms

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The Stapleton Arms in Buckhorn Weston is a new style country pub with rooms situated on the Somerset / Dorset / Wiltshire border close to the A303, A30 between ... More

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The Old Ship Hotel (3.59 miles)

The Old Ship Hotel

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The Old Ship Hotel in Mere is a hotel full of rustic charm and character. Once the private residence of Sir John Coventry MP (untill 1682). It was his banishment ... More

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Chetcombe House B&B (3.91 miles)

Chetcombe House B&B
Chetcombe House is an elegant and cosy country house set in an acre of lovely gardens and located just a few minutes’ walking distance from the centre of the charming Wiltshire town of Mere. It ... More | visit website
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La Fleur de Lys (4.11 miles)

La Fleur de Lys

Welcome to La Fleur de Lys Restaurant with Rooms, Situated in the Centre of Shaftesbury and personally run by David, Mary & Marc.
The hotel offers a warm, inviting, friendly atmosphere with an emphasis on Freshness, ... More | visit website

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Hotel Grosvenor (4.24 miles)

Hotel Grosvenor

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This beautiful listed building with its imposing and elegant Georgian facade has over the past two years been totally restored and renovated now offering contemporary bedrooms and a stunning restaurant ... More

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Hunters Lodge Inn (4.36 miles)

Hunters Lodge Inn
With a grand opening on 22 June 2008, this inn has 8 brand new, beautiful en suite rooms furnished to the highest standards, with large LCD TVs and free broadband connections. The Hunters Lodge Inn ... More | visit website
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The Royal Chase (4.88 miles)

The Royal Chase

Close to the centre of historic Shaftesbury, the Royal Chase revels in the surrounding glories of the Dorset countryside and the ample charms of Somerset, Wiltshire and Hampshire. Unspoiled, beautiful counties, offering a wide ... More | visit website

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Spread Eagle Inn (4.93 miles)

Spread Eagle Inn
The Spread Eagle is an 18th Century AA 4 Star inn at Stourhead and refurbishment has bought out the best of this handsome building with stone floors, painted beams and big windows which look out ... More | visit website
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The Crown at Marnhull (5.14 miles)

The Crown at Marnhull
The Crown at Marnhull is where history meets luxury. Whether you want to relax with a drink in our 16th century pub made famous by Thomas Hardy, sample our quality dishes made from locally sourced ... More | visit website

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