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B and Bs in Wool

Mallard House
The Street
Wool
Dorset

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A warm welcome awaits when you arrive at Mallard House, a small beautiful Bed & Breakfast located in the quaint village of Moreton, situated close to the Jurassic Coast, Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door.

Recently renovated to a high standard, Mallard House offers attractive, spacious accommodation. The country location makes your stay calm peaceful and soothing, just what you need from a holiday. If you are looking to visit the area but do not want to be stuck in the traffic bottleneck of Lulworth then we are perfectly located, just a 10 minute drive from Lulworth, Durdle Door, the Purbeck Hills, and also not far from many other attractions such as Monkey world, The Tank Museum, Weymouth and much much more.

Whether it is a quiet country break or a walking holiday around the coast Mallard House Bed & Breakfast is ideally located for cyclists and walkers alike. We look forward to meeting you and will do our best to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

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