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Blandford Forum

The small historic town of Blandford is situated on the River Stour in Dorset. In May of each year a Georgian fayre is held which attracts thousands of visitors as does the nearby steam fair at Tarrant Hinton held in August.The centre of the town is Georgian which was rebuilt in the 1700's after a major fire. There are a blend of small shops and chain stores in the town, plus a large number of cafes, restaurants, pubs and bars.
11 Results In Or Near Blandford Forum
5.0 miles from the centre of Blandford Forum
Ashmore Barn Farm is situated in the beautiful Cranborne Chase, surrounded by its own rolling chalk downland in an AONB.
5.0 miles from the centre of Blandford Forum
Manor Barn B&B is a small friendly B&B, sitting at the foot of Hambledon Hill (an iron age hill fort) on the edge of the Blackmore Vale in Dorset. Consistently awarded 5* gold by VisitEngland it also has a breakfast award. Private sitting room and ground floor accommodation with two beautifully furnished ensuite bedrooms with walk in showers.
5.7 miles from the centre of Blandford Forum
Appletree Cottage B&B is a pretty thatched character cottage (formerly 17th century village ale house) in peaceful village with 14th century church, pub, villag
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7.0 miles from the centre of Blandford Forum
The Museum Inn is a superb 17th Century country inn situated in the delightful village of Farnham, Dorset, on the glorious Cranborne Chase, an area of outstandi
7.7 miles from the centre of Blandford Forum
Situated in the idyllic village of Tollard Royal on the Wiltshire/Dorset border, The King John Inn is a gorgeous pub with rooms and award-winning dining
8.4 miles from the centre of Blandford Forum
Manor Farm, Droop was built originally as the coach house to the Manor in approximately 1860. Since then it has undergone several changes culminating in today´s
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9.6 miles from the centre of Blandford Forum
The 17th Century Riding House and Pepper Pot Lodges sit on the Shaftesbury Estate within the grounds of St Giles House, home to the 12th Earl of Shaftesbury. The Riding house has 8 individually designed en suite bedrooms, all with luxurious roll top baths, showers, smart TV's, Egyptian cotton bedding , a large lounge area with billiard table , honesty bar and an informal dining area. Both Pepperpot Lodges have one double bedroom, bathroom, lounge, kitchen and patio table.
10.6 miles from the centre of Blandford Forum
The Old Bank sits in the middle of the village of Marnhull, made famous by Thomas Hardy as ‘Marlott'. It is superbly located for visiting all the beauty spots in the surrounding area, from historic cities to quirky towns and the Jurassic coast. There are hills and woods in which to walk and dogs are welcome to stay too.
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11.3 miles from the centre of Blandford Forum
Recently renovated to offer luxury 5 star accommodation. Sitting Room with inglenook fireplace with woodburner, 3 large sofas, large coffee table, smart TV and
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11.3 miles from the centre of Blandford Forum
Newly refurbished, Tincleton Lodge offers luxury self-catering accommodation awarded with Five Star Gold for 2019 Situated in Tincleton, a quiet village of Dor
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12.5 miles from the centre of Blandford Forum
Hotel du Vin Poole, a beautiful old Georgian mansion house covered in creeping ivy, sits within the old medieval port area of the city, a short trot from the quayside of the world's second largest harbour. The former home of a wealthy family who made their money with Newfoundland cod, the grand layout (think imposing huge double staircase) gives a wonderful first impression that continues through the hotel as you explore the lovely bistro decked out in rich walnut and atmospheric lamps th...
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