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The Crown at Marnhull
Crown Road
Marnhull

Sturminster Newton
Dorset

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The Crown at Marnhull is where history meets luxury. Whether you want to relax with a drink in our 16th century pub made famous by Thomas Hardy, sample our quality dishes made from locally sourced produce, or stay overnight in one of our five new sumptuous letting rooms, The Crown at Marnhull has it all.You certainly won't be short of things to do in Dorset while you are on holiday here. From wildlife, history and heritage, and beaches and coastline to family attractions, activity and adventure holidays, and watersports. If you are interested in our history and heritage, why not visit the majestic ruins of Corfe Castle, Athelhampton's Tudor manor house and world-famous gardens, the fascinating Tank Museum at Bovington, the Swanage steam railway or perhaps Sherborne Castle and its Capability Brown designed lake.For the nature lovers, there's Abbotsbury Swannery with over 600 free flying swans, Brownsea Island nature reserve, Weymouth's Sea Life Park and Monkey World ape rescue centre. And, for the younger ones, there's always the Alice in Wonderland Family Fun Park.Check In is from 14:00 to 23:00. Check Out ii by 11:30. We are a no smoking accommodation. We can accommodate pets. All children welcome.

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