The Oak at Dewlish

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The Oak
Dewlish
Dorset
England
DT2 7ND

The Oak at Dewlish, Dewlish

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A traditionally run Dorset Village Inn, the Oak at Dewlish is located in an unspoilt Dorset Village in the heart of ‘Hardy Country'. This Village Pub is near to Dorchester & the famous Jurassic Coast, it's a popular village pub for both the locals and visitors with its converted Coach House for selfcatering accommodation and a newly converted building for Bed and Breakfast.

Perfect for exploring Dorset towns & coastline - Dorchester is only 10 minutes away as long as you do not meet the local farmers cows on the country lanes - we have ample parking too. At The Oak at Dewlish, we want you to enjoy every mouthful of our food. That’s why we strive to bring you delicious dishes that combine the best of English pub food, with ingredients from the local village farms and nearby producers, served in a friendly informal atmosphere.

The Coach House with its 4 star rating has 2 bedrooms,wet room, dining area, kitchen, sitting room with sky TV and music facilities. The two en-suite bed and breakfast bedrooms include colour TV with freesat, tea & coffee making facilities, a quiet garden setting and free car parking. The pub opening times are: Mon - Sat: 11:30am to 3:00pm and 6:00pm to 11:00pm Sun: 12:00am to 15:00pm and 7:00pm to 10:30pm The kitchen closes at 2pm in the afternoon and 9pm in the evening.

 4 star rating

From: £75.00

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