Bed & Breakfast
Personally inspected and recommended by prestigious travel company Sawdays
Eclectic, characterful cottage in the heart of pretty Abbotsbury. Sink-into beds, hearty breakfasts - and the glorious Dorset coast a short walk away. The quintessential bed and breakfast.
Angela, your host, is part Greek and has run a B&B in Somerset for many years, so looking after guests comes naturally to her. You'll find local biscuits and apple juice in your room and she'll be happy to prepare a simple two course supper on your first night if you've had a long journey or just want to relax.
There is plenty to do and explore in Abbotsbury, a local pub you can walk to for dinner and you can blow your cobwebs away with a stroll along nearby Chesil Beach. Return to comfy rooms: guests always comment on their good night's sleep.
Ample home cooked breakfasts will set you up for walks and cycles on many lanes and footpaths through stunning countryside.
Hearty breakfasts to set you up for a day exploring beautiful Dorset. I always source ingredients locally wherever possible
Premium Bed Linen
Only the best quality, premium bed linen
Pretty private garden with three seating areas, ideal for relaxing with a drink in the summer
Comfy, sink-into mattresses and king size beds in both rooms
Two course simple supper available on night of arrival. £50 per couple, including a glass of wine or soft drink.
On-site Private Parking
Private parking available for guests
Twin beds available on request
Fridge, freezer and microwave available for use in guests' dining room
THINGS TO DO
An 18-mile long shingle barrier beach stretching from West Bay to Portland, one of Dorset's most iconic landmarks
Corfe Castle has been a Saxon stronghold, a Norman fortress, a royal palace and a family home in its ten centuries of dominating the Purbeck landscape
This large street market has a good selection of stalls selling foodstuffs, clothing and hardware, flowers and plants, pictures and paintings, books and IT goods… and much more.
Home to The Cobb and Mary Anning - the fossil lady
Abbotsbury subtropical Gardens
18th-century garden with rare plants and notable magnolia and camellia blooms, plus a restaurant
Helen Millard Cameo Glass
A collection of handcrafted, handblown pieces by world renowned Helen Millard, inspired by her love of nature.
"Angela was a lovely host, great communication and so caring and attentive!"