the countryman inn

Bed and Breakfast in Winfrith, Dorset

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Blacknoll Lane East Knighton
Winfrith
Dorset
England
DT2 8LL

the countryman inn, Winfrith

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Accommodation Description:

The Countryman Inn is a family pub in the heart of hardy country, situated just off the A252 at East Knighton, All rooms are en-suit. T.V, iron and ironing boards, hair dryer and tea and coffee making facilities. The bars have cosy open fires and a rustic atmosphere.

an extenxive range of beers and largers is available, including low alcohol brands. good home cooked food is served, and our well known carvery which is available six days a week A vegetarian option is also offered . Children are well-catered for in the family room, play area and garden, There is even a special childrens menu.

Large carparks are provided behind and in front of the pub.

 4 star rating

From: £50.00

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