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A Traditional Dorset County , U.K.
Bed and Breakfast

by Elena
(1st Acreman Street, Sherborne, Dorset DT9 3NU, United Kindom)

Welcome to a traditional Dorset bed and breakfast - All the comfort without the chintz!

An 18th century former bakehouse newly refurbished to high standards. Located in the centre of historic town of Sherborne in the county of Dorset, in two minutes walk from the famous Sherborne Abbey, town centre and ancient castle.

•Prices are from £35 single and £59 double
•Dorset cooked breakfast is included
•2 rooms overlook the Abbey
•We are happy to cook for people in the evening at cost of £17.50 per person for 3 courses, wine at cost
•We can provide baby-sitting facilities if required
•Internet access if needed
•TV in all rooms.
•Pets are welcome as long as they are well behaved! (Charge of an extra £5 applies for extra cleaning with pets)
•We accept all major credit cards

Sherborne town
Sherborne is an affluent market town in north west Dorset, England. The town is famous for its history, including its abbey, castles, manor house and private school.

Sherborne's two castles are known locally as old and new. Sherborne Old Castle, is now in the care of English Heritage; Cromwell took 16 days to capture it in the Civil War and then destroyed it declaring it 'A Malicious and Mischievous Castle'.

Sherborne Castle built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594, contains a fine collection of pictures, porcelain and furniture. The Castle is open to the public from April-October.

It is the variety of shops which is delightful – from a violin repairer to made-to-measure corsetiere, from a host of celebrated antique shops and art galleries to the specialist sources of cheeses and bustling markets on Thursdays and Saturdays.

Good roads skirt the town to south, east and west, and the Waterloo – Exeter main line station is a few minutes walk from the town centre.

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