Hotel Accommodation in Dorchester
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Our Georgian residence and concealed courtyard annexe combine to provide a peaceful haven behind the bustling street scene of this pleasant and historic county town. Located centrally in Dorchester we are close to many restaurants and caf'and convenient for visitors to the council offices, hospital etc.
Welcome to The Poachers Inn, renowned in Dorset for its sumptuous 21-room accommodation, 17th Century restaurant and riverside garden. Beautifully positioned in the little village of Piddletrenthide near Dorchester, The Poachers Inn has something for everyone. From the minute you walk through the door you can experience the traditional yet modern bar and restaurant which serves wonderful food, ales
The Wessex Royale Hotel is a delightful Georgian building built in 1756 following a similar design to that of John Wood's Royal Crescent in Bath, built in the same year. As you would expect this classical Georgian building has a Grand Staircase, Panelling and Fireplaces in abundance. The Hotel has a superb lounge with an open fire where guests can relax with a drink from the bar. Our a carte, award
At Summer Lodge your comfort is our priority, our friendly staff are always around to answer any questions or concerns you may have actively demonstrating what is at the heart of our business "Service, Service, Service" Relax with us in our Spa or by the large, indoor and heated swimming pool, take tea and croquet on the lawn or perhaps a game of tennis. For something more adventurous our friendly
The Manor Hotel in West Bexington, Dorset is situated 400m from the sea overlooking one of the Jurassic Coast's most famous landmarks, Chesil Beach. The Manor Hotel is located right on Dorset's Jurassic Coast not far from Bridport, Dorchester and Weymouth. The Manor Hotel is an intimate Dorset Country House Hotel which as its name suggests is an ancient manor house dating back to the sixteenth century.