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The Best Hotels Dorset (England) For Business Travelers, 2020

Luxury hotel

In South-West England is a ceremonial county called Dorset that is nothing short of history, culture, and brilliance. The history of this county stretches as far as the Neolithic era and has ever since then witnessed many notable moments such as the raid of Vikings and the English Civil War. Today, however, Dorset enjoys a reputation beyond its historical giveaways and is known for its varied but beautiful landscape, museums, festivals, and literature. It is a small rural county but has all the things that can keep oneself occupied.

Dorset will not take a lot of your time but it surely will leave with a lot of memories. It is advised that you enjoy it in peace and calm. So, make sure you have made arrangements for accommodation. Performing remarkably on a number of parameters, the following mentioned hotels fall in various categories. From budget to luxurious, there is a good deal for all kinds of tourists.

  1. The Ollerod
    Address: The Ollerod, 3 Prout Hill, Beaminster DT8 3AY, United Kingdom
    The Ollerod has a wonderful location characterized by the presence of many acclaimed restaurants and countryside atmosphere. It offers the excitement of a busy neighborhood and the serenity of the rural grounds quite amazingly. You will be accommodated in one of the 13 rooms. The rooms are spacious and feature comfortable beddings, coffee makers, branded linen, dark wood furniture, and smart bathrooms. There is a Michelin-starred restaurant called London’s Foliage where myriad cuisines are served including South-east Asian. Eat or sleep, or you can head to the treatment room where you can get satisfying massages whenever you want.
  2. Summer Lodge Country House Hotel & Spa
    Address: 9 Fore St, Evershot, Dorchester DT2 0JR, United Kingdom
    In the picturesque hills of Dorset, Summer Lodge Country House promises a luxurious stay. Top-class rooms have been designed to accommodate all necessaries for a comfy stay such as a soft color scheme, large beds, quality furniture, floral designs on carpets and cushions, and working fireplaces. Food is served at the main dining room which is heavily gussied up in flowery patterns and heavy drapes. The options are largely English, but whatever is served remains of splendid quality. Also, while you are here, do not miss the wines. Of course, there are other things too such as sauna, spa, tennis court and fitness center.
  3. Heathcote House
    Address: Milborne St Andrew, Blandford Forum DT11 0JG, United Kingdom
    Another rural accommodation facility, this one is actually a Bed & Breakfast enveloped in a homely atmosphere. There are 3 rooms here all of which have been creatively decorated with softer tones and have been accentuated with floral wallpapers. Rooms may come in varying sizes and features, but all of them have high-quality furnishings and spectacular bathrooms. Breakfast is great, and make sure you get the customized tea special to the Heathcote House. It is also quick but excellent laundry service and internet connectivity throughout the property.
  4. Alexandra Hotel & Restaurant
    Address: Pound St, Lyme Regis DT7 3HZ, United Kingdom
    Alexandra Hotel & Restaurant stands atop the cliffs of Lyme Regis and is a quiet, conventional hotel. One feature that is available throughout the property is the accessibility to the captivating views of the outside. The Ammonite Restaurant, the main dining spot, offers dramatic views of the sea while you savor duck livers. Breakfast is also served in the restaurant and is fully English. The rooms are lovely and have elegant furnishings and comfortable bathrooms. If you want to train your muscles, then you can head to the fitness center. But, if you are not sure what to do, just surf the Internet.Luxury hotel
  5. The Fontmell
    Address: Fontmell Magna, Shaftesbury SP7 0PA, United Kingdom
    You would not really call it a hotel because it is more of a pub with rooms. But, whatever you choose to call it, it is a nice option anyway. There are 6 rooms here, all of which feature timber beams, sloping ceilings, and varying space. There are also extremely cozy beddings that come with soft and high-quality linen. Bathrooms, too, come in varying sizes but all of them come with showers. But, the show-stealer is the gastronomic delights prepared and served here. Menus are flexible and feature British classics with a touch of international inspiration. Complimentary internet connection is also provided.
  6. Plumber Manor
    Address: Dorset DT10 2AF, United Kingdom
    Plumber Manor is an old charming property that has been meticulously renovated and preserved and now offers exceptional hospitality. All the services are supervised by the amiable couple-owners of the manor who are there to address all your queries and problems. All the rooms feature traditional carpets, wallpapers, soft linen, and Jacobean windows. The bathrooms are smart and spacious and come with good quality bath amenities. There is a terrific dining facility where local cuisine is served. A main highlight of the dining services here is the traditional dessert trolley that comes loaded with a variety of options such as double chocolate mousse. Complimentary internet connectivity is available.Luxury hotel
  7. 10 Castle Street
    Address: 10 Castle St, Cranborne, Wimborne BH21 5PZ, United Kingdom
    A resplendent Queen Anne House that was constructed in the 18th century, 10 Castle Street is a sumptuous retreat that absorbs you instantly in its world of traditional glamour and modern hospitality. The rooms are pretty and well-appointed with large beds, branded fabrics, immaculate bathrooms, and top quality toiletries. Food is served under the supervision of the much-talented Chef Simon Trepess who will delight you with a selection of lip-smacking dishes such as white mushroom gnocchi. There is a fantastic list of wine, in case you are interested.
  8. The Anchor Inn
    Address: Seatown, Bridport DT6 6JU, United Kingdom
    If you are looking for a lively atmosphere, then The Anchor Inn is quite a catch. All of its 3 rooms are named after the region’s landmarks and are amazingly spacious. Expensive fabrics, hypnotic outside views, traditional furnishings, and artwork are common features of all of them. Head Chef Jean-Paul De Ronne experiments with local cuisine and serves delicious treats. There is also a bar facility with an enticing range of cocktails. While there is no spa or swimming pool, the beautiful and ever-expansive beach compensates for their absence. If you want to be holed up in your room, then you can exploit the Internet.
  9. The Acorn Inn
    Address: 28 Fore St, Evershot, Dorchester DT2 0JW, United Kingdom
    The Acorn Inn operates from a 400-year old coaching inn which now, of course, serves a different purpose altogether. Managed by a convivial couple, you have assured a warm and homely environment. Old school inspiration permeates throughout the interiors of the room such as dark wood furniture and floral designs, but modern-day amenities have been supplied to enhance comfort including branded toiletries and large beds. The food is usually what you would find in a pub, but while you are here, you should give it a try because it is totally awesome in taste. The services are limited but satisfaction knowns no bounds here.
  10. Wooden Cabbage
    Address: Wooden Cabbage, East Chelborough, Dorchester DT2 0QA, United Kingdom
    A warm and cheerful Bed & Breakfast, Wooden cabbage is all you need for a perfect countryside escape. All the bedrooms are graceful and equipped with stately furniture, old-school dressing tables, appealing color schemes, television, and pleasant bathrooms. The dining facility here uses locally produced ingredients in the preparation of a delectable breakfast feast which comprises eggs, bacon, and sausages among others. It is a laid-back property, with free Internet connectivity and privacy—the things we want for a casual yet peaceful vacation.
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