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The Roundham House, Bridport, Dorset

The Roundham House
Roundham Gardens
West Bay Road

Bridport
Dorset

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This is an elegant, well appointed Edwardian country house set in an acre of gardens on elevated ground overlooking the rolling West Dorset hills, the majestic coastline and the sea. There are wonderful views around the hotel.

Stylish, luxurious en-suite bedrooms with glorious views. There is a cosy bar and a spacious, comfortable lounge. The large, easily accessible car park holds up to 12 cars. Situated just a short walk from either West Bay and the sea (along a country path by the side of the hotel) or the rustic country markets and west country charm of Bridport.

The Roundham now holds a 5 Star rating from both the AA and VisitBritain, and a VisitBritain Silver Award. It also appears in the AA's Premier Collection.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Star
VisitBritain 5 Star
VisitBritain Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8

Price per Room:

Double: From 92
Single: From 52
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