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Manor Hotel (The)

Manor Hotel (The)
The 'Country House Hotel by the Sea'. 16th century Manor House 500 yards from Chesil Beach with Jacobean oak panelling and flagstone floors. Set in rolling Dorset countryside and overlooking spectacular Chesil Beach and Lyme ... More | Double Room: From 60
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Summer Lodge Hotel

Summer Lodge Hotel

Only two and a half hours away from London nestles Summer Lodge, a beautiful manor house built in 1789 right in the heart of Thomas Hardy's Dorset - who himself designed the Drawing Room and ... More | Double Room: From 200 | visit website

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Acorn Inn

Acorn Inn

Quality coaching inn that Thomas Hardy called 'The Sow & Acorn' in 'Tess of the d'Urbervilles'. Set in the picturesque village of Evershot, this lovely old stone-built Inn boasts worthy history. Log fires, beams, oak ... More | Double Room: 95 - 180 | visit website

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Wessex Royale Hotel

Wessex Royale Hotel

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The Wessex Royale is a delightful Georgian hotel with an excellent location in the centre of Dorchester. It has free Wi-Fi and an la carte restaurant with an RAC Rosette.
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The Casterbridge

The Casterbridge
Our Georgian residence and concealed courtyard annex combine to provide a peaceful haven behind the bustling street scene of this pleasant and historic county town.

Breakfast, in dining-room or conservatory, is a generous affair from healthy ... More | Double Room: 99 - 110 | visit website
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Yalbury Cottage Hotel & Restaurant

Yalbury Cottage Hotel & Restaurant

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Thatched country cottage hotel in the heart of Thomas Hardy country, approximately halfway between his birthplace and Max Gate, where Hardy died. The restaurant and lounge have exposed beams and ... More

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