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When the Earl of Ilchester hired a certain Thomas Hardy to extend his Georgian dower house, he could not have foreseen the praise it would receive as an 'extremely well-run, very comfortable, welcoming hotel with first-class food' (Relais & Châteaux) and spa.
In a lovely conservation village, long under the feudal sway of the Poulett family, this thatched 17th-century inn is now a stylish dining pub-with-rooms, part of the fiefdom of the trio behind The Talbot Arms in Mells and The Beckford Arms, Tisbury (see entries).
Ariane and Jamie Jones preside over a much-admired hotel and restaurant in this 300-year-old thatched cottage once home to a local shepherd (Gabriel Oak, we like to think, for this is the very heart of Thomas Hardy country).