Good Hotel Guide Review
A ‘lovely’ walled garden gives a country house air to this small hotel in the heart of a historic market town. The ‘pleasant retreat’ has been restored to its Edwardian splendour by Peter and Lana de Savary. ‘Comfortable, well-furnished’ bedrooms are supplied with bathrobes and slippers, teas, coffees and home-made biscuits. In the garden, five new green-roofed suites, all dog friendly, each have a private terrace. Afternoon teas and brasserie dishes are served in the bar and lounge, or on the terrace, in good weather; in the evening, chef Matthew Street’s creative fine-dining and tasting menus are a high point. To soothe body and soul: a spa with a hydrotherapy pool and hot tub; Sherborne Abbey, just steps away.
26. 5 in walled gardens, 4 with external access, 2 suitable for disabled, 8 wheelchair accessible.
bar/dining room, morning room, drawing room, library, private dining room, in-room TV (Freeview), wedding/function facilities, spa (hydrotherapy pool, outdoor hot tub), terrace, 1-acre walled garden, parking, electric car charging point.
in bar, restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in 9 bedrooms, lounges, part of restaurant.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £145–£350, D,B&B £184–£428. À la carte £39.
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