Showing 11 - 20 of 31 places to stay

  • Dorchester Puddletown
    Sleeps: 4 | 2 bedrooms
    A cosy cottage set in the beautiful town of Dorchester.\n\nYalbury is a 2 bedroom property set on the relaxing resort of Greenwood Grange in Dorchester. This stylish cottage is perfect for those...
  • The Old Tea House

    From £90.00
    The Old Tea House

    Built in 1635, The Old Tea House provides bed and breakfast in one of Dorchester’s oldest houses. With free Wi-Fi,...

  • Wessex Royale Hotel

    From £62.10
    Wessex Royale Hotel

    The Wessex Royale is a delightful Georgian hotel with an excellent location in the centre of Dorchester. It has free...

  • Coomb Barton

    From £2449.00
    Dorchester Puddletown
    Sleeps: 8
    This beautiful cottage offers impressive features throughout, as well as use of the Greenwood Grange facilities.\n\nAn impressive home from home for that group gathering or a break with the extended...
  • The Junction Hotel by Marston's Inns

    A 3-minute walk from Dorchester West Train Station, The Junction is a Marston’s Inn offering bed and breakfast in...

  • Yalbury Cottage

    From £56.25
    Yalbury Cottage

    Dating back around 350 years, Yalbury Cottage is situated in the village of Lower Bockhampton, 2 miles from the...

  • Waterfield House B&B

    From £76.50
    Waterfield House B&B

    Situated in the village of Bradford Peverell, Waterfield House B&B features a garden and a terrace. The...

  • Wessex - Greenwood Grange

    From £1399.00
    Dorchester Puddletown
    Sleeps: 4 | 2 bedrooms
    A stylish 2 bedroom bungalow on the outskirts of Dorchester.\n\nWessex is a cosy 2 bedroom property situated near the beautiful town of Dorchester in Dorset. Staying at this dog-friendly bungalow...
  • Beggar's Knap

    From £90.00
    Beggar's Knap

    Originally built in 1881, Beggar’s Knap Guest House offers 4-star accommodation in the centre of historic Dorchester...

  • Westwood House

    From £69.00
    Westwood House

    Westwood House is an attractive Georgian property built in 1815 for Lord Ilchester's coachman. It was converted into...

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