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The Rose and Crown
Longburton
Sherborne
Dorset

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The Rose and Crown is situated in the beautiful country village of Longburton. It is a lovely thatched pub with lots of charater. The Pub and Restaurant (open from 12-3 and 6-9) offers a wide and varied cuisine including traditional home made food. The accommodation have the added benefit of being separate from the pub its self, situated behind the pub in the garden. The beautifully appointed rooms have a traditional country feel and include T.V, Hairdryer, Kettle, Mini Fridge and Tea and Coffee.The gardens are large and well kept, and offer a perfect place to dine outside (weather permitting) The Pub has its very own skittle alley which can also be booked in advance for functions.Longburton is close by to many attractions including the fantastic Dorset coast, Longleat Park, Monkey World and many others.Arrivals during pub open hours unless otherwise agreed.

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