Awarded Taste of the West Gold for Best Dining Pub in 2017, Gold Dorset Tourism Pub of the Year 2017 and named as the 'Sow and Acorn' in Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles, this lovingly restored 16th Century village inn is the perfect base for walking, exploring or just putting your feet up and relaxing. The bar, warmed by a blazing log fire, is the perfect place to enjoy local real ales, ciders, bar meals, more than 100 single malt whiskies and a thoughtful wine list. Try the fantastic food in the AA rosette, award winning restaurant sourcing ingredients from local suppliers such as fresh fish, game and West Country meats.
This historic inn also boasts ten individually decorated en-suite bedrooms with complimentary Wi-Fi, homemade shortbread and some with four poster beds. Comfort, style, great service and country charm all at your disposal.