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We had a very good Sunday lunch in the restaurant area. The menu was normal roasts and a fish dish. We all had either beef or pork, the meat was excellent and cut off a proper joint not reheated slices. The Yorkshire puddings were large...More
We spent 3 nights at this lovely old Inn tucked away in rural Dorset with our two Irish Setters. The staff could not have been more welcoming or accommodating. The whole enterprise seemed to be run with calm precision by Natalie and Richard’s team and...More
ACORN INN EVERSHOT. Staying in Evershot we ate early here twice with a small baby who enjoyed her soup as much as we enjoyed our 4 adult evening meals. A Gastro pub it is not cheap but good quality all round and a nice atmosphere...More
We decided to spend Christmas away .... we knew about The Acorn Inn as we have stayed on numerous occasions at The Summer Lodge - which is part of the Red Carnation Group - and is just up the road. This time we had less...More
My husband and I both said our stay was one of the best we’d ever had, and fantastic value for money... and we stay away a lot for business and pleasure. I thought the ambience of the historic building would be what set the hotel...More
Set in the centre of beautiful West Dorset and immortalised as the 'Sow and Acorn' in Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles', the delightful 16th century Acorn inn is the perfect English country …Moresetting. Just over 2 hours drive from London, West Dorset is steeped in history and has many areas of outstanding natural beauty including mile upon mile of stunning coastline. Less
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Response from peterworgan1 | Reviewed this property |
I would strongly suggest ringing the Inn to find out and also to discuss their available room options as each one is very individual and vary in size and furnishings. They are very friendly and helpful and the Inn is... More
I would strongly suggest ringing the Inn to find out and also to discuss their available room options as each one is very individual and vary in size and furnishings. They are very friendly and helpful and the Inn is charming and well run. The food and wine.... superb! They are dog friendly which attracts a number of people to stay there. Hope this is helpful!
Response from WessexRed | Reviewed this property |
Definitely a dog friendly place. They are made to feel very welcome. Just a couple of points though: I believe that one of the restaurant rooms is a dog free zone for those who don't appreciate animals when they are eating... More
Definitely a dog friendly place. They are made to feel very welcome. Just a couple of points though: I believe that one of the restaurant rooms is a dog free zone for those who don't appreciate animals when they are eating. The other is that there is a great walk nearby but it is in a deer park and if your dog is prone to a spot of deer chasing, its a long way on a lead!!!