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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is needed).
Packed Lunches, Baggage Storage
Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
From 3:00 PM
Until 10:30 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children from 5 to 12 year are charged GBP 20 per person per night when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 40 per person per night when using existing beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 2.
Pets are not allowed.
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Situated in the Dorset countryside, with views of the Purbeck Hills and the valley of the Frome, the Victorian Kemps Country House has a bar, a restaurant and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 145 reviews Very good
On the doorstep of Lulworth Cove, with coastal views and scenic Jurassic footpaths, the Lulworth Cove Inn features a pub/restaurant, free Wi-Fi, and rooms with stunning sea views.
Score from 468 reviews Wonderful
Located in Bournemouth centre, facing Poole Bay and the English Channel, Liza Inn is a family run B&B offering a restaurant, bar and free Wi-Fi access. Free public parking is available on site.
Score from 373 reviews Good
Situated in the peaceful village of West Knighton, New Inn – Dorchester is a former 16th-century coaching inn.
Score from 285 reviews Wonderful
Lovely Staff, character building which was gorgeous and a large gluten free menu which I have never come across before.
Staff very friendly. Food good. Right in the town centre and we got a (limited) free parking space right outside: when busy I gather there is another spot available.
Some of the carpeting is showing its age. No proper shower, but app that is about to be fixed (water pressure problem).
Great location, building. Room #2 is large, separate lounge area, TV in both lounge and bedroom. Nice bar/ restaurant.
Room #2: décor a little tired, drab lighting, huge bathroom with no walk-in shower! Cobwebs on lamp shades. Last occupants underwear in drawer. Very creaky floor boards in hallways (outside room) caused for disturbed sleep a little.
The staff, they recognised us from before. The food, especially breakfast. The large, warm rooms.
The wifi, it doesn't reach the furthest rooms. The shower, though we understand the plumbing in an old building!
Accommodation Free parking Breakfast Everything!!1
Everything was great. Going back soon.
We had a lovely stay at the red lion.The breakfast was excellent and restaurant food. The staff were really welcoming.
The downside was parking .and access to rooms if you have any difficulties with walking.
Lovely decor, atmosphere and an all round great place to stay. The breakfast was lovely too.
reasonable room size nice quality towels/ bedding
overworked staff, clearly harassed long wait for food breakfast and evening meals lack of parking outside or nearby no wifi available despite requesting several times
Food Bath and sleep
church bells at midnight and 6 am
Lovely spacious room, good hospitality tray plenty of every thing. We had a good nights sleep. mattress very comfortable
The parking _ very narrow spaces Having no shower - but its to come!!
Decor, loved the period pieces and the wallpaper Bone china/ hospitality trays Quiet room at the back Very spacious Breakfasts were grand Evening meals Fireplace/ quiet corner for nightcaps
Toiletries should be British, not prc! Cobwebs on ceilings and stairwell Staff were not overly friendly Parking is a bit awkward
good quality bedding,food o.k
difficult parking,no shower
great stay , staff were wonderfully helpful and attentive, comfortable room, family suite ideal fro families as children have own room, good breakfast, lovely evening meal , weren't hurried and even excepted an order of food from some friends who joined us quite late in the evening, would definitely recommend for a cosy stay, lots to see and do in the area.
The situation at the centre of the town; the attractive, historic building; the friendly & efficient staff; the evening meal; the warmth & comfort of the "snuggery"
Somewhat limited hours that the central heating operated in the evening (6 - 10 PM?) Okay in the morning.
lovely breakfast, all staff very friendly. comfortable bed.
the shower kept going very hot, then cold.
Really Comfortable bed Having a bath, great after a good walk. Good centre for exploring the Isle of Purbeck(not for those wanting Peace & quiet)
The evening menu was a bit limited a green veg would have been nice.
excellent staff and well run hotel with great food
THAT bell chiming all night on the hour every hour-ok at 1 and 2pm but after that it was a nightmare
Nice friendly staff and top quality food. Rooms were of a good standard and were as described.
In fairness we knew what we were booking, so all was good. I would say that if somebody wants a extra quiet night then this is not the place for you.
Staff were very pleasant and helpful. Breakfast was excellent and set us up for the whole day until evening meal. Dinner was also excellent. Staff very friendly.
There should be a warning on one of the doors as you find the way through to the bar. There is a step behind it and nothing on the door telling you, I had a bit of a fall in the hallway because of lack of warning.
Good selection of cask beers
no heating,room very Cold. menu needs to be looked at.
A surprisingly luxurious room for a pub. We would definitely return and stay here again.
Staff, Location and facilities good
No shower, room a little cold at times, wifi off and on depending where you were
The evening meal was good but bar/dining room very noisy.
The beds were very hard, no shower curtain or grab rails to help getting into bath. All night long a loud mechanical grinding noise sounded every 15 mins for several minutes completely disturbing sleep. Bottled filtered water costing £1.80 for 350ml smelt of chlorine when boiled to make a cup of tea.
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