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Luxury Bed & Breakfast in or near Hazelbury Bryan

In the heart of North Dorset’s ‘Hardy country’ are the seven Hamlets of Droop, Kingston, Parkgate, Pidney, Pleck, Wonston and Woodrow that combine to make the village of Hazelbury Bryan. We are situated five miles from Sturminster Newton and twelve miles from Blandford Forum. Luxury B&Bs in or near Hazelbury Bryan Orchardleigh Bed & Breakfast and Wrackleford House are listed below.
6 Results In Or Near Hazelbury Bryan
9.4 miles from the centre of Hazelbury Bryan
Orchardleigh B&B is on the edge of the charming, rural hamlet of Stowell on the North Dorset/Somerset border. From Orchardleigh there is a large choice of gourmet pubs with their open log fires and delicious food within a 5 mile radius and the closest being only a 20 minute walk away. Stowell is surrounded by rolling hills and open farmland and offers wonderful walking country with a wide choice of public and bridle paths, fabulous rolling hills, breathtaking views and a choice of walks fr...
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10.6 miles from the centre of Hazelbury Bryan
Wrackleford House is the family home of Oliver and Katie Pope. A stunnning Georgian house with a wonderful convervatory for guests to enjoy their breakfast whic
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6.4 miles from the centre of Hazelbury Bryan
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.
2.5 miles from the centre of Hazelbury Bryan
Noake Farmhouse is a peaceful B&B in the beautiful Dorset countryside. It is relaxed, dog friendly with plenty of indoor and outdoor space. There are plenty of great places to eat nearby and the B&B is not far from the Jurassic Coast. The local village is a two mile walk or drive away with a village shop and great pub.
7.2 miles from the centre of Hazelbury Bryan
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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0.6 miles from the centre of Hazelbury Bryan
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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