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Carol and Phil Bennett welcome you to our 16th century thatched inn located in the heart of Hardy's Dorset. We have converted the old skittle alley and function room into four comfortable and stylish bedrooms. The rooms have been individually created by interior designer Chrissy Potter to make your stay feel that bit more special. After a good night’s sleep we will set you up for the day with both Dorset Cereals and a full cooked breakfast to your liking. Please note that the bar and kitchen are closed Sunday night and all day Monday, however the rooms are still open for bed and breakfast on those days.Each room has the following:Zip-up beds that can be used as either a super-king size double or twin beds Sony clock radios LCD televisions with Sky freeview Ceiling speakers in both the bedroom and bathroom Telephone (only Vodaphone seems to work around here) Heated towel rail Tea and Coffee making facilities Umbrella Three rooms have both shower and extra wide bath, whilst the fourth has a walk-in shower. Complimentary toiletries

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