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Anvil Inn
Salisbury Road
Pimperne

Blandford Forum
Dorset

DT11 8UQ | View map

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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 offers a fine and relaxing setting for holiday breaks and for business travellers.

Well situated for touring Dorset and visiting the surrounding counties of Hampshire, Somerset and Devon. The historic towns of Salisbury, Dorchester, Sherborne, Shaftsbury and Wimborne are all within easy reach, whilst Dorset's beautiful coastline including Bournemouth, Poole, Wareham and Weymouth are all less than 40 minutes away.

Durberville’s Restaurant at The Anvil Inn offers fine fresh food. The style is modern British with continental influence. A ‘lite-bites’ and a la carte menu is available, with daily specials displayed on the blackboard. Meals may be eaten either in the bar, in the restaurant or outside.

Whether visiting for pleasure or on business The Anvil Inn offers a relaxing and welcoming stay. Our commitment to service and standards with the relaxing atmosphere of Dorset ensures your stay will be memorable and enjoyable one.

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Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12

Price per Room:

Double: £100 - £120
Single: £75 - £80
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Cuisine: Modern British

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Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year
TV in Rooms - Wifi in rooms
Satellite TV
Garden

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