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B and Bs in Sherborne

Quiet Woman House
Halstock
Sherborne
Dorset

BA22 9RX | View map
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Quiet Woman House is set in the rural village of Halstock, just 6 miles south of Yeovil on the Dorset/Somerset border surrounded by beautiful countryside. We can be found just off the A37 between Yeovil & Dorchester.

Ideal for either Business or Pleasure, we offer 4 Star quality accommodation with three well appointed, individual en suite rooms. We have a comfortable guest lounge & spacious dining room where we serve a generous breakfast at individual tables. We also have a good size car park & a garden you are welcome to relax in.

For those on business, we are just 10 minutes from Augusta Westlands, Lynx Trading Estate & Yeovil town centre. We also offer free Wi-Fi connection to the internet.

For those on a pleasure break, we are ideally situated for the numerous attractions in Dorset & Somerset from the Jurassic coastline in Dorset to the south through to the Somerset levels & Glastonbury Tor to the north.

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Nearest Train Station: Yeovil
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Ratings/Awards: Enjoy England 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3
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No Smoking Rooms
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