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Bramlies, Dorchester, Dorset

107 Bridport Road

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Sue, Adie and family look forward to welcoming you to Bramlies. We are proud to have received a 'Highly Commended Award' for 2008-2009 from The AA. This reflects our commitment to our guests, whether you require B & B accommodation for business or for pleasure. We provide an excellent service and accommodation, with rooms that are tastefully decorated.

Treat yourselves to a little luxury by staying in our two roomed Garden Suite. In this suite you are able to enjoy both extra inside space as well as immediate access to outside space (weather permitting!). Breakfasts are made to a high standard, using local produce wherever possible.

We are situated 10 - 15 minutes walk from the shops and attractions of Dorchester and are near to Dorset County Hospital (less than 5 minutes' walk) and the Dorset History Centre, formerly the Dorset County Records office (5 minutes walk). The nearest pub/restaurant is The Poet Laureate on Poundbury which is 5-10 minutes' walk away. There are numerous other Restaurants and Pubs in the town centre.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star Highly Commended
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3
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