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Country Village Inn set in heart of a conservation village on the West Dorset/South Somerset borders, Built in local mellow stone, with beamed ceilings and inglenook fireplace it is a Freehouse serving a fine selection of cask ales, full a-la-carte dining room, bar snacks and a function room for private parties. It has a large car park at the rear together with a very pleasant beer garden. There are 9 letting en-suite rooms. Five are situated in the Coach House at the rear of the main building (of which 2 are set on the ground floor to facilitate guests with mobility problems. The remaining 4 rooms are situated upstairs above the bar within the Inn' The village of North Perrott is an ideal stopping spot for seeing the sights of the area. We are close to the West Dorset Coast for Lyme Bay, Weymouth and the whole Jurassic Coast is within 30 minutes driving time. We are surrounded by National Trust properties, beautiful walking country and some of the most picturesque villages Britain has to offer.
We spent one night as part of a tour. Great welcome from Jimmy . Our room was attractive, comfortable and clean with tea, coffee, hot chocolate and biscuits. It's a 10 minute walk to Branscombe beach. The bar has a lovely log fire...great for an...More
Not for up-market travellers seeking high standards, but offering clean, friendly, characterful, sufficient, good value accommodation and service at a convenient base for day-trips in West Dorset, South Somerset, and East Devon.
We were only staying the one night as we were "on tour"... The two ladies at the bar were very welcoming, there were some nice real ales on the bar too. Our room (The Coachman's) was basic but clean and comfortable. It wasn't anything special...More
Sad about the previous unfortunate and over-personal review. My experience was totally different: a warm welcome, straightforward but comfortable room, excellent breakfast with a smile. I have stayed here several times and it has always been like this. The pub is a great base for...More
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Response from lizn732, Owner at The Manor ArmsResponded July 7, 2018
It is pleasing to find that you have enjoyed another overnight stay and that you have taken the trouble to report your findings. Being a small country inn we pride ourselves on our personal service, an interesting and varied menu and of course being a...More
A quaint Old English Pub. The landlord and lady are a total disaster who couldn't give a damn about their customers or business.
They have upset all the locals who visit the establishment and the pub is closed more often than it is open.