Joan's Bed & Breakfast (Dorchester) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... or visiting surounding towns. The coast is only seven miles away in any direction except north. This area of Dorset, especially the coast, is magnificent. The rooms are beautifully decorated with good facilities. The beds are extremely comfortable, and the views from the bedroom windows are very rural! It really is like a home from home. Breakfast is excellent. Whatever you want, you can ... more
Customer Joan's Bed & Breakfast (Dorchester) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/03/01, updated on 20/03/01 (Very useful, 186 readings)
Whatever your interest in the area of Dorchester/Weymouth, be it visiting the birthplace of world-famous poet and novelist, Thomas Hardy, tracing your ancestry, or viewing the Iron Age or Roman remains of this ancient town, you are going to need a place to stay. There are a few hotels and B&B's in Dorchester town, but why pay expensive rates to stay at a hotel, when you can enjoy a stay at one of the best B&B's in the country. It's a small, but cosy and comfortable, detached house, highly rated by the Tourist Board, located on the on the outskirts of this small, historic town. It's only a short walk from the town centre, public records ... Read the complete review
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