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Manor Hotel (The)
West Bexington
Dorchester
Dorset

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The 'Country House Hotel by the Sea'. 16th century Manor House 500 yards from Chesil Beach with Jacobean oak panelling and flagstone floors. Set in rolling Dorset countryside and overlooking spectacular Chesil Beach and Lyme Bay beyond, the Manor hotel offers welcoming lounges, comfortable en-suite bedrooms and fine cuisine featuring local produce and seafood. AA 2 Stars.

Elegant Restaurant with excellent reputation for cuisine and service. Additionally character Cellar Bar offering wide selection of bar meals. Two real ales. Log fires. Last orders 9.30pm. Special diets catered for.

13 en-suite bedrooms, all with television, direct-dial telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and room service. Panoramic views of the Dorset Coast from most rooms. Children welcome, no pets. Children's play area. Cots, high chairs and baby listening available.

Civil Wedding Licence. Conference facilities (maximum 60). Golf 5 miles. Riding 2 miles. Open all year. Credit cards accepted. Non-smoking conservatory.

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Nearest Train Station: Weymouth/Dorchester
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Ratings/Awards: AA/ETB 2 Star
Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 13
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Name: Manor Hotel
Chef: Matthew Burton

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