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Stapleton Arms
Church Hill
Buckhorn Weston
Dorset

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The Stapleton Arms in Buckhorn Weston is a new style country pub with rooms situated on the Somerset / Dorset / Wiltshire border close to the A303, A30 between Shaftesbury and Sherborne. Close to Wincanton Races Our four individually furnished bedrooms offer supreme comfort with fantastic beds, Egyptian cotton linen and state of the art bathrooms.

Our menu which changes daily features great classic dishes all supporting our philosophy - quality food cooked simply with the freshest local ingredients, sensibly priced. And we take drink seriously here too.Choose from our superb range of tapped and bottled beers from around the world or get stuck into some of our great wines and whiskies.

And at the Stapleton Arms we like to serve it all up with a generous helping of fun. So if you want to discover some of England’s most beautiful countryside, rest up for a night or two in one of our stunning rooms or simply enjoy a pint and a pork pie by the open fire ….we can look after you.

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