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Inns in Iwerne Minster

The Talbot
Blandford Road
Iwerne Minster
Dorset

DT11 8QN | View map

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4 Star Visit Britain rating. Visit Britain prestigious Silver Accolade award.
Recently renovated and refurbished to a high standard, The Talbot, voted "Dorset Dining Pub of the Year", is a "pub with rooms" which provide superior ensuite accommodation. All rooms are non-smoking with flatscreen TV, tea and coffee making facilities and wireless internet access. We serve superb food from an innovative menu which changes weekly enabling our kitchens to use - at its seasonal best - fresh, local, organic produce where possible.

Situated in the beautiful Dorset countryside between the ancient hilltop town of Shaftesbury and the Georgian town of Blandford with good links to the coast, The Talbot is easy to find in the middle of the pretty village of Iwerne Minster. We are ideally located if you are visiting Clayesmore, Bryanston, St. Mary's, Sandroyd, Knighton House or Hanford schools, the Larmer Tree Gardens, Stourhead Gardens or The Dorset Steam Fair. If you enjoy exploring the countryside there are some lovel!

Many walks nearby -including a climb to the tops of the hilltop forts of Hod and Hambl! edon and miles of glorious,open countryside -which should sharpen your appetite for lunch or dinner. Meals are served in the dining room, the bars or outside on the [heated] terrace.

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