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The Glen B&B
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Shaftesbury
Dorset

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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 from the mediaeval town of Shaftesbury and within a short distance of countless attractions and stately homes.

The Glen makes an ideal touring centre for all the family or an ideal stop over on the way to the far west of England. Be assured of a warm west country welcome, a comfortable stay and an excellent breakfast.

Local museums at Yeovilton (Fleet Air Arm) Sparkford (Haynes Motor Museum) Bovington (Tanks) and Blandford Forum (Royal Signals) and Monkey World for the Kids amongst you will compete with a wide range of National Trust, DoE and Privately run stately homes to make your stay a full and interesting one.

Ten percent discount for three days or more.

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Nearest Train Station: Gillingham
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Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Person

Double: £30
Twin: £30
Single: £35
Discount for stays of three nights or more.
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Children Welcome
Special Diets Catered For
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No Smoking Rooms - All non smoking
Open All Year - Closed at Christmas
Tourist Board Inspected
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