Chetnole is a very typical small Dorset village. It appears to be very sleepy but when you chat to people, it's amazing what is organised and going on both in the village hall and in the pub with lots of activities and events. We watched the school buses leaving both mornings and it is obvious that this is a thriving village for all ages. It also has the added advantage of its own railway station.
Good Breakfast and good selection of cereals and a choice of main breakfast items on the menu also the rooms were clean and tidy and warm in this very cold and windy weather and the Staff were very helpful and friendly.
This is an excellent place to stay. The rooms are stunning (as are the views). The food is excellent and the warm welcome much appreciated. The staff went out of their way in their service to us. Chetnole itself is a small village, very quiet with easy access to walking paths. I would highly recommend this hotel. There is nothing I did not like.
Chetnole is a very small village, with a delightful inn. The church dates back many centuries, but has been enlarged and developed many times. I had a personal reason for this visit. Members of one side of my family lived here in the nineteenth century. Of the other two couples staying in the inn one was, like us, from North America, so this small and quiet place is obviously on the tourist map. We were particularly happy to be in Chetnole for the Wednesday coffee morning in the village hall, where we met a number of the very friendly local people.