The Sydney Arms

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

11 Bridport Road
Dorchester
Dorset
England
DT1 2NG

The Sydney Arms, Dorchester

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Set in the lovely market town of Dorchester five minutes walk from the town center close to west and south train stations and just off the Dorchester by-pass. free view tv in each room with the use of free wifi; rooms refurbished to a high standard.

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Dorchester Travel and Heritage Information

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Death of King Canute

Canute (Cnut), Danish king of England dies, precipitating a struggle for power between Harthacanute, his son by Emma, Harold Harefoot, his son by Aelfgifu, and Leofric of Mercia. Harold was the initial winner, but he died in 1040 and was followed by Harthacanute.

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