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Ilsington Lawn, Puddletown, Dorset

Ilsington Lawn
Puddletown
Dorset

DT2 8TE | View map

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Ilsington Lawn is a lovely detached Victorian country house, with a special, peaceful atmosphere. It is privately tucked away on the edge of the pretty village of Puddletown - close to Dorchester. This is an excellent location for easy access to all Dorset, and beyond. Poole/Bournemouth, Purbeck, the Jurassic Coast are all within easy reach. The house is set in wonderful walking and riding country, near the celebrated Athelhampton House and Hardy's Cottage, and a short drive from Monkey World and numerous other famous Dorset attractions.

We provide comfortable, attractive accommodation with private bathrooms. A variety of delicious non-meat breakfasts are served in the characterful dining room with open fireplace. Guests are welcome to use the drawing room and to enjoy the attractive gardens. Here you have both a convenient staging post and a superb base in Dorset for longer stays.

Cottage also available to rent.

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Nearest Train Station: Dorchester
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Number of Rooms: 2/3
Number Ensuite: 1 + 1 Private bathroom

Price per Person

Double: £25 - £34 - Triple room £22 - £28
Twin: £25 - £34
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Children Welcome - Over 6 Years
Special Diets Catered For -Vegetarians catered for
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No Smoking Rooms
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