Here are some other hotels nearby that we have reviewed
The Acorn Inn
0.1 miles away
You can sink a pint of Durdle Door in the oak-panelled bar in the village inn that furnished Thomas Hardy with his ‘Sow and Acorn’ in Tess of the d’Urbervilles, then stay the night in one of the bedrooms named on a Hardy theme.
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).