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Abbotsbury really is the English quintessential village, full of historic buildings and cottages and tea shops. Nestled in a valley with stunning scenic walks and views. It has the oldest Tythe barn in England - now used as an animal farm which is a fab...More
After a lovely walk from Abbotsbury Gardens via St Catherine’s Cross,
we stopped for a cream tea at Abbey House.
Table was made ready for us nine ladies and our token man, under the shade of a large tree, garden was over looking the Tithe...More
We visited on a family weekend to Weymouth as we wanted a cream tea lunch. We chose this location due to excellent reviews and the position away from the beach which was hugely busy due to the sunshine.
The village is beautiful and well worth...More
After being in Dorset over a week this was the first place we found offering gluten free afternoon tea and what a gem of a find it was.
Lovely setting, quaint little place and friendly staff.
My gluten free scones were lovely, and I savoured...More
My husband, sister in law and myself came for a Cream Tea (scones etc.) and spent most of the afternoon in this lovely garden. We sat on a patio area just off the main lawns and felt no pressure to leave and having spent so...More
Response from MandSBristol | Reviewed this property |
Hi .. They have five rooms at Abbey House and all exceptional value I beleive they are currently refurbing some of the rooms. You won't be disappointed and the breakfast is wonderful, the owners are very approachable and... More
Hi .. They have five rooms at Abbey House and all exceptional value I beleive they are currently refurbing some of the rooms. You won't be disappointed and the breakfast is wonderful, the owners are very approachable and always happy to help. Do book you will not be disappointed wonder places to see and lovely walks.