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B and Bs in Poundbury

Poundbury Village B & B
7 Pendruffle Lane
Poundbury
Dorset

DT1 3WJ | View map
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A beautiful detached house in the heart of Poundbury, a thriving new development on the outskirts of Dorchester, designed by the Prince of Wales.

Three comfortable twin rooms with private bathrooms and excellent “Duchy” or continental breakfast. It is ideally situated for touring Dorset and the Jurassic coast.

Three beautifully decorated twin rooms with all mod cons including:
* Flat screen TV
* Coffee making facilities
* Central heating
* Hairdryer
* Ironing board and iron
There is also the use of a private living room for guests as well as an attractive garden to enjoy breakfast in.

The 3rd floor has 2 twin rooms and a large bathroom ideal for families or a party of 4 friends. There is ample parking beside the house.

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Nearest Train Station: Dorchester
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Number of Rooms: 3
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