A nice inn in a small village in Dorset.. Would def recommend staying here to anyone looking for a place to stay in and around Weymouth. Cute little villages also nearby, with some very picturesque country lanes to drive down as you navigate your way around the area. The Inn itself was well appointed and the managers very friendly and happy to assist with anything that was asked. The dinner we had in the pub was very nice and in a relaxing environment. The room in the sleeping quarters across from the Inn wasn't huge but it wasn't an issue was we were just needing a clean tidy room to bunk down in.. and it was. If so desired, DVD's, Books and even wellingtons were available to borrow. Somewhere you would recommend to your parents to stay, if they were looking for a nice low-key place in the Dorset area...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Greyhound Hotel Dorchester
- The Greyhound Inn Dorchester, Dorset