50 properties in or near to Broadwindsor, Dorset
The Lord Poulett Arms is an elegant, privately owned,17th Century thatched Inn, located in one of the most beautiful villages in the West Country. .
The Cobb Arms bed & breakfast is a wonderful place to stay,- we only have 3 letting rooms which are situated right in the heart of Lyme Regis harbour , relax and watch the world go by.
A family run 8 bedroom hotel, bar and restaurant. The hotel rooms have just undergone a £200,000 refurbishment in Feb 2014 and are now a long way above the 'local' average hotel room, indeed, a long way above the 'national' average of hotel room - handmade British beds, Axminster carpets, 32" Panasonic Smart TV's and completely new en-suite bathrooms in ALL rooms. Combine all of this with one of Yeovil's most popular premier bars and restaurant serving premium drinks and local, homemade food.
This small family run business, owned by Ron and Karine Jim is in the town centre of Chard in Somerset, close to its borders with Devon and Dorset - http://www.bathhouse-hotel.uk - Tastefully decorated throughout, it has a homely, yet modern, contemporary style
The Masons Arms is a picture postcard thatched pub in a pretty ham stone village. We have 6 luxury four AA star rooms which are located next to our pretty garden in an extension to the main building. We are surrounded by lovely countryside with National Trust properties and a National Park close by but also only a few minutes drive away from Yeovil making us an ideal base for both business and pleasure. We serve fresh, local produce in a varied menu and even have a microbrewery on site!
Lower Severalls offers homely farmhouse accommodation in newly converted stables and loft next to a 17th century farmhouse and 3 acre garden. Located in the Ham stone country of South Somerset and close to the Dorset border, Lower Severalls is the perfect base for visiting the Classic Gardens of Somerset, the Jurassic Coast and the local countryside. The large apartment style rooms are all ensuite with bath, shower or wet room. Immediately opposite the Haselbury Mill Restaurant.
North Perrott is a small hamlet just off the A30 and is an ideal base for exploring South Somerset and close to all local amenities. There are many places nearby of outstanding beauty, with a handful of National Trust Houses to view including Montacute, Tintinhull and Barrington Court as well as the breathtaking gardens at Stourhead.
The Brewers Arms and Old Bakehouse Restaurant are found at the centre of the bustling Hamstone village of South Petherton, just half a mile from the A303.
Welcome to Kerrington House. Set in beautifully landscaped gardens on the edge of Axminster, Kerrington House has been lovingly restored, retaining many period features.
Nestling in the shadows of the village church and literally just a stone’s throw away from the National Trust’s Montacute House, the 17th century Kings Arms Inn has an idyllic setting with a bar, lots of comfy sofas, a restaurant and 15 letting rooms. Morning coffee is served with delicious homemade biscuits, just one of the personal touches that has been introduced and the welcoming lounge area with its soft leather sofas is the ideal place to relax.
The Golden Fleece is a family run Inn, with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Carol and Paul have been serving up traditional home cooked food for the past 14 years and have built up an excellent local reputation.The Restaurant/ Bar is open Monday to Saturday Evenings and Sunday Lunchtime.
The Five Dials Inn - Horton. Bar, Restaurant and B & B in a contemporary country inn. Recently refurbished, the Five Dials offers excellent food and spotless accommodation in a warm & friendly environment. Please contact us to book a table as we get very busy, especially at the weekends. The Bar and Kitchen are closed on Mondays
Monkton Wyld Court is a large country house and grounds in an idyllic location in Dorset, offering a variety of courses, venue hire, bed and breakfast, hostel and camping facilities. All run by a friendly resident sustainable community.
Winyard's Gap Inn is a family run freehouse, renowned for producing quality locally sourced dishes, ales and cider. A popular destination for families with one of the most spectacular views across the West Country. Our bedrooms are spacious, modern and relaxing, enabling our guests to enjoy the tranquility of our rural setting.
Within a Grade 11 listed old school in the beautiful village of Yarcombe, East Devon. Boutique Rooms with L'Occitane bathroom products, huge fluffy towels, beautiful bed linen and exceptionally comfy beds everyone raves about, make a stay, a wonderful stay. Breakfast and dinner for Group Events is within one of the old school class rooms. Just 1/2 mile off the A303 near Honiton. The restaurant is now closed for dinner except for groups of 6 or more by advance reservation only.
Relax in style in our family run restaurant with 3 rooms all ensuite and tastefully furnished.
Chris and Dee Mooney would like to welcome you to their family run 4 star bed and breakfast in the heart of the historic and picturesque South Somerset market town of Ilminster.
On the outskirts of Yeovil, in scenic Somerset, the family-run Preston B&B offers elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi and private parking. The Victorian hotel enjoys an elevated position and also has a traditional bar. The spacious bedrooms at The Preston have private modern bathrooms with power showers and luxury toiletries. Rooms also feature a flat-screen TV, work station and tea/coffee facilities. FOR SAT NAV USERS: OUR CAR PARK POSTCODE IS BA21 3AL
Montacute Country Tearooms is a listed Georgian Property situated in the centre of the quiet picturesque village of Montacute a few minutes drive from the amenities and businesses of Yeovil and the main A303 trunk road. This period property combines character with modern facilities including power showers and free wi-fi in a relaxed atmosphere. The village is surrounded by lovely countryside Ideal for walking and cycling. Montacute was a film set for 'Sense & Sensibility' and 'Wolf Hall'.
The Kersbrook is a beautiful thatched, eighteenth century Grade II listed building (1780) set in its own picturesque mature gardens just off the town centre with views across Lyme Regis, Lyme Bay, the sea and the heritage coast line. The house was originally built as a holiday retreat by one of Lyme's most notable citizens, Samuel Coade. Licensed bar, Private Parking Grade II period thatched listed building. A 200-300m walk to the town centre and Cobb/ beaches. Family run business