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I booked online through one of the main sites. There were a few mixed reviews although many good ones too. We initially booked for three nights and then decided to add a fourth. Although this involved a change of room it helped confirm both were...More
Lovely peacefully little place. Comfortable clean accommodation. Tiny village surrounded by gorgeous Dorset countryside. Busy Pub resteraunt.We ate here for breakfast and two evening meals. Breakfast was very good. Food generally excellent but very slow service on Saturday evening, fair enough they do say that...More
Used a Red Letter day voucher for an over night stay. Very nice staff and all very helpful. As we were out of season the premises were very quiet which we did not mind. We had an evening meal along with the breakfast in the...More
Visited with family had roast beef which I found expensive beef was tough the roasties were hard and pale Yorkshires were standard shop brought the best bit was the veg for many would have been over done but for me it was perfect
Staying during the night on Easter Saturday, I was a little limited with accommodation choices but chose the Poacher's Inn after reading fair reviews.
The hotel is not quite as I had expected on the website: it is in a beautiful, small village with the...More
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US$76 - US$126 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitEngland, the National Tourist Board.
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