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read more › About: The moment you step inside The Priory, we want you to relax, unwind and enjoy yourself. Situated in the market town of Wareham, this is a country hotel with its own special charm. Set in exquisite, well cared for gardens that are worth a day out in their own right, The Priory retains its heritage as a grand private house and once monastery with unique, one off antiques and luxury interiors, making it one of most special boutique hotels in Dorset. Coming to stay at The Priory, you will find that we
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read more › About Us: I moved to Dorset in 2006 with my partner Cath, as a result of a mid-life crisis. We quit our safe office jobs to escape to the country and the joys and perils of self-employment. We fell in love with Hillyground Cottage and its gardens the moment we saw it, thought it ideal for setting up a self-catering holiday busines, and have enjoyed sharing it with our visitors. Sadly, Cath died in 2018 but I continue to happily provide holiday accommodation, grow vegetables and generally enjoy the relaxed
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read more › About: We are open & ready to welcome you all to the stunning Dorset countryside. Beautifully situated on the River Stour, we offer you the chance to take in picturesque scenery. The Bridge House has prepared at length to make sure your stay or visit is safe, distanced* and most importantly that you feel comfortable in our beautiful hotel and restaurant. We offer a wonderful space, a tranquil riverside retreat and the perfect opportunity to relax and unwind. Situated on the banks of the river Stour, we
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read more › History: Costing 150,000, it was opened by the Commander-in-Chief, The Nore, Admiral Sir Harold Burrough, compromising of 200 single, and 48 double rooms, a nursery and playroom, games room, restaurant, tavern bar, 3 flats and, one of the finest ballrooms in the country. Moreover, our royal association doesn't start and end with the hotel's name, one of our very first visitors was King George VI! After a few attempts to bring the building back to life in various guises, it was finally taken over by the family
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read more › About: Greenacres Bed & Breakfast is a renovated old farmhouse with flint stonewalls, situated in a smallholding of 12 acres. We are surrounded by beautiful hills and wildlife and only a few miles from the world heritage Jurassic Coastline. Pilsden Pen, one of Dorset's prominent landmarks, dominated by an Iron Age hill fort can be seen from the CL site and the views are stunning. We also offer self catering accommodation in our own unique railway wagon, whilst Caravan & Motorhome Club members can enjoy
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read more › Our Story: The pub has been owned and run by Barbara for more than 25 years. The Cossins family have been farming in the Tarrant Valley for five generations and have their own Rawstar Herd and raise traditional cattle breeds of Aberdeen Angus and Herefords. This wonderful local meat supplies the pub menu and is also available from the family-run butchery & shop in Tarrant Rawston, offering traditional cuts of meat, poultry, seasonal game and sausages. In 2004 a fire ravaged the main thatched building bringing
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read more › About Us: A few years ago, as we were not getting any younger, and wanting to spend more time with our two daughters, we decided we wanted to change our career path. Being lifelong cat lovers, we felt we wanted to build a small, family run cattery, which provided the highest standards in accommodation and care, and most importantly, one that we would be happy to put our own cat's into. It has taken us three years to reach this point, starting with selling our Shaftesbury home and finding a suitable location
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read more › History: Old Lyme Guest House is built of local blue lias limestone and dates back to the 17th century. In the mid-18th century, this house was the home of the Norman family when this part of Coombe Street was called Horse Street (it was the main pack horse route out of town). It remained a Post Office for 54 years until 1853 when it moved to a site in Broad Street. The wooden posting box still to be seen in its original place in the front of our building is reputed to be one of the oldest in England. Lyme
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read more › About Us: Folke Manor Farm is a family-run business (with our own pedigree herd of Charolais beef cattle) where you can make your holiday anything you want it to be. The high quality accommodation offers a comfortable place to relax and enjoy some of the many activities that are available in the nearby towns of Sherborne and Dorchester. Four cottages are available, one of these with disability facilities. The design of the cottages gives the feel of a warm and welcoming farm cottage, most with wood-burning
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read more › About us: Bookham Farm is a 650 acre Dorset farm that has been in the Foot family since the mid 1800's, six generations. It is predominantly a Beef and Arable farm, with 4 luxury holiday cottages - Bookham Court. In 2001 the redundant farm buildings at Bookham Farm were sympatheticaly converted into self catering holiday cottages with a games room and fishing lake. This were followed in 2005 by the conversion of an old farmstead off Bookham Lane into Crowthorne Cottage. Much of the farm is in the Countryside
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read more › About Us: LettingsBU was established in 2008 by Bournemouth University to meet the increased demand and higher expectations from our students for quality private sector student housing. We also recognised that landlords wanted a safe and secure way of letting their properties direct to our students. Since our inception we have developed our services and built-up an excellent reputation and are now able to offer a broad and varied portfolio of student houses in and around Bournemouth including the following
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read more › About: Amidst the rolling fields of the Dorset Countryside Jamie and Ariane welcome you to enjoy the unique character of Yalbury Cottage. Yalbury Cottage, in the small Hamlet of Lower Bockhampton, dates back around 350 years and was once the home of the local shepherd and the keeper of the water meadows. Though surrounded by green fields and woodlands, we are just two miles from the historic town of Dorchester. Bockhampton was the inspiration for the village of Mellstock in Thomas Hardy's Under the Greenwood
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read more › About us: We are Dorset Coastal Cottages, an agency specialising in charming self-catering holiday cottages and apartments by the sea in Dorset. We started as a small family-run local business established in 1992, which over the course of more than 25 years has grown from a single holiday cottage to more than 200 holiday properties. We have a thorough knowledge of all of our properties as well as our local area and we aim to surprise and delight our guests by providing quality accommodation to excellent standards
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read more › The Hotel: Built in 1735 for the Dowager Countess Poulett and later the home of the Duc du Stackpoole, the Alexandra became a hotel in 1901 and for over 100 years has continued to uphold its tradition as a timeless haven of English peace and charm. The Alexandra has been privately owned and managed by the Haskins family for over 30 years, providing guests with the upmost in comfort and luxury. Long energetic day - need to be pampered? Why not choose from one of the many luxury options available in our treatment
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read more › The Team: Tony graduated from Guys Dental Hospital and served a 5 year short service commission with the Royal Navy before moving to Park Cottage with Lorraine. Tony enjoys all aspects of general dentistry, no one favourite, always focusing on gentle preventative dentistry with a careful eye on the increasing importance of the cosmetic appearance. The creation of a straight white smile made so easy with the advances of affordable, invisible straightening and whitening as well as the more complex crown, bridge
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read more › About: Sarah and Kevin offer you a warm welcome to the Letchworth Guest House. We know that time is precious, and our guests experience is our top priority. With our friendly and helpful approach, we make sure that our guests can relax and enjoy their time away from home. Situated across the road from our Guest House is Weymouth's beloved sandy beach. Just a short walk along the esplanade will take you into the town centre, where you will find the cinema, theatre, picturesque harbour, and a host of bars
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read more › About us: Rose Cottage is a renovated character cottage that was one of the original cottages of the village of Chideock, which has been designated a conservation area of outstanding natural beauty. We offer a top quality bed and breakfast facility that has been awarded a 4 star rated B&B. Our location is within a short distance of West Bay, Lyme Regis and Charmouth. Alternatively, you can take a 12 minute meander down the lane at the rear of the property to the local beach at Seatown where you then have access
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read more › About Us: Having spent several holidays in Dorset, we fell in love with Weymouth and the surrounding area. So much so, we decided to make Weymouth our home. What better way than to start a new business here. The Sandcombe is a Georgian Guest House ideally situated where every room has wonderful views over Weymouth Bay to the front and the picturesque ancient harbour to the rear. Weymouth is the ideal family resort. Surrounded by the majestic Dorset hills of the Jurrasic Coast, it boasts safe, sandy beaches
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