The Inn At Cranborne

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5 Wimborne Street
BH21 5PP

The Inn At Cranborne, Cranborne

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DORSET PUB of the YEAR 2013 Within this 17th Century building Jane Gould has brought about her own vision of a traditional English Country Inn. Amongst the wood burning stoves cosy corners and sharing tables you will find hearty interesting food lovingly restored bedrooms featuring large beds with snuggly duvets and a choice of pillows and fabulous en-suite bathrooms with powerful showers some roll-top baths and Bramley products. The daily changing menu is interesting but not overwhelming and there is always great range of well-kept Real Ales including the Inn s own Fleur Ale brewed specially by Hall & Woodhouse.

It is a short drive to the New Forest the beautiful Jurassic Coast and the sandy beaches of Bournemouth. Winborne Salisbury Shaftesbury and many gardens and historic places are within an easy drive. The area is also great for cycling and walking with Jubilee trail right on our doorstep.

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