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The Greyhound Inn

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Room & Suite (10)
Dining (3)
Certificate of Excellence


Certificate of Excellence
Awarded Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2012 this is Dorset's Dining Pub of the Year twice in the past three years. Handsome 18th century coaching inn in one of England's prettiest villages, full of thatched cottages with a trout stream running through. Mentioned in Thomas Hardy's novels and the setting for Hollywood films of his work.Six newly refurbished bedrooms, dvds, ipod docks, proper pillows and duvets, wellies for bad weather and an award winning restaurant just across the car park from our stable block rooms.Families positively welcomed and we'll make you something to eat no matter what time you arrive.
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Property amenities
Free Parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Non-Smoking Hotel
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Public Wifi
Wheelchair access
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Room features
Accessible rooms
Non-Smoking Rooms
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Our lunchtime visit to this well kept clean and tidy pub was one we could recommend. It is clearly signposted with a large brown tourist sign from the A37 and is in the village a a little way down a windy lane . Our party had a number of different main courses but mainly those
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We arrived to a warm welcome on a chilly Friday afternoon and were shown to our room. The room was well decorated and warm with everything you need. We had a few issues after the first few hours but on reporting these to the staff they quickly resolved them and as way of
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We went last year for 4 days over the New Year and had such an amazing time we booked to go again this year however we were all disappointed. The food was actually only average one of my friends had the sweetpotato main and said it only had sweet potato and nothing else. The
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Had a lovely one night stopover. Would happily return. Could not fault the room. Very comfy and clean. Had everything we needed. Bottled water and biscuits and wellington boots to borrow. The rooms are set aside from the inn. In a lovely pretty coaching house. Ample parking. We
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Came across this purely by accident. Came with my partner to drop off a canoe in the village and found this lovely pub. We could not fault the food, immaculately presented dishes. My friend lives in the village so I’m hoping we will return in the near future. Immaculately
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Small dog friendly double guest room
Sorry not sure, probably Dorchester
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Yes there was a family next to us who had their dog with them under the table!
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Ground floor is accessible for wheelchairs and has a ramp on the front entrance. No wet rooms.
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"Avoid Roscos room for the reasons mentioned in the review"
"They are all good value"
"If you're in the annexe stay upstairs, the floors creak and downstairs you hear every footfall!"
"Upstairs may have limited headroom over the bath, and 'Rosco' downstairs is rather small."
"Should expect all are good. WiFi iffy, but superb getaway!"
US$90 - US$128 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
the greyhound hotel dorchester
United KingdomEnglandDorchester
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