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B and Bs in Sherborne

The Bakehouse
1 Acreman Street

DT9 3NU | View map

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Originally an 18th century bake house and complete with period features such as flagstone floors; rustic and comfortable, this charming guest house is conveniently situated close to Sherborne town centre.

The Bakehouse offers you comfortable rooms with individual character, in a convenient location, close to the centre of the beautiful market town of Sherborne. All the rooms have an individual character and are furnished with antiques carefully selected by the owner, an antique dealer. The rooms either have an en suite or a separate private bathroom, while rooms are available on the ground floor if required. Evening meals are available on request, while the town centre is just a 5 minute walk away.

Sherborne is an affluent market town in north west Dorset and nearly half of the town's population are retired. The town is famous for its history, including its abbey, castles, manor house and private school.


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