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Hambro Arms
Milton Abbas
Blandford Forum
Dorset

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The Hambro Arms is located in the picturesque and historic village of Milton Abbas, in the heart of beautiful Dorset. Milton Abbas, which features on many picture postcards of Dorset, is a 'chocolate box' village, with identical thatched cottages and a unique history. It is believed to be the first 'planned village' in England.The bar and restaurant with rooms, offers exceptional food and newly-refurbished, contemporary bedrooms offering all of the charm of the historic building with modern conveniences. The Hambro Arms has two recently refurbished and spacious bars as well as the elegant Library Restaurant. Our customers can relax in front of our fire and enjoy a range of local ales and spirits, or choose from our wide selection of quality wines. Fred Gallo, is a fabulously talented, passionate and totally unpretentious Head Chef. Fred's ethos is to prepare, cook and serve good food simply, allowing the excellent quality and freshness of our locally sourced produce to speak for itself: real food, real flavours. All of Fred's food is home-made, right down to the tartare sauce served with your fish and chips.Our food offering caters for every occasion. Whether it is a lunch time light bite or a special meal, we have the menu to suit.

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