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Why not make yourself at home for a holiday in one of Dorset’s welcoming watering holes?
What could be better than staying at a Dorset pub or inn, full of nooks & crannies, cosy log fires, oak beams, and a welcoming, cheery ambience?
Offering tasty, locally sourced food and wine, beers and ciders, as well as quality assured B&B and hotel standard accommodation. Staying at one of our pubs in Dorset is a great way to soak up the local atmosphere and enjoy a little piece of the area's cultural heritage.
A welcoming and traditional feature of the landscape for travellers over the centuries, Dorset pubs provide a wonderful stay for those looking for accommodation full of character and history.
You could be staying at a pub where Beatrix Potter was inspired to write “The Tale of Little Pig Robinson”, an inn with centuries of history within its walls or even a secret smuggling haunt.
If you’re looking for something really unique, you’ll find it here in Dorset.
Well, where else in the country can you taste the authentic flavours of the Caribbean under a thatched roof of a hostelry dating back to the 14th Century?!
Although many Dorset inns have retained their ancient features, we know that in today’s world, a little touch of modern doesn’t go a miss.
That’s why you’ll find some pubs and inns in Dorset that are refurbished to the highest of standards with boutique bedrooms, flat screen TVs, fine dining and even swimming pools.
But, aside from this, we all know the very best part of staying at an inn is the short journey from the bar to your room at the end of a wonderful night enjoyed sampling the local ales and sumptuous cuisine!
A pub or inn accommodation in Dorset provides a perfect base for exploring the county’s picturesque towns and villages - put your feet up with a pint by the fire, or enjoy sweeping country views from a glorious beer garden.
If this sounds like the holiday for you, don’t hesitate, book now!
You can also check our special offers sections for the latest discounts available.
Many of our pubs in Dorset have signed up to our Visit Dorset online booking platform. Booking your accommodation through this channel directly supports future tourism promotion for Dorset, meaning we can continue to promote the county we love!
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Welcome to this quality 16th Century coaching inn that Thomas Hardy called 'The Sow & Acorn' in 'Tess of the d'Urbervilles'. Set in the picturesque West Dorset village of Evershot, this lovely old stone-built Inn boasts worthy history. Originally...
Built in 1851 the Mitre has kept its rustic charm with flagstone floors throughout, cosy log burners warm this stone built property in the winter and we have great views from our terraces garden across the valley in the summer.
The Mitre Inn is...
17th Century Coaching inn, pink exterior, refurbished to high standards. Sea view lounge/gardens. 14 Bedrooms all ensuite.
Old Coaching Inn. Five butique en-suite bedrooms . Double, twin, family. All rooms have flat screen T.V.’s, free wi fi, beverage making facilities with biscuits and chocolates, hairdryer, radio, etc
Set in an elegant Edwardian building, The Kings Arms boasts traditional charm and period features. Situated in rural Dorset, the 5-star hotel offers free parking, free Wi-Fi and a celebrated restaurant.
A 16thC hotel, centrally located, only 70 yds from seafront. Some rooms with balcony and sea views.
Located in the beautiful Piddle Valley this family run Inn promises a warm welcome with excellent food, accommodation and services.