Only a couple of short strides from the medieval market town of Sherborne, The 4-star, boutique Eastbury Hotel comprises a Georgian townhouse (Dated 1740) and a tremendous walled garden. Recently procured by Peter and Lana de Savary, this is a warm, glad and inviting lodging providing individual attention to detail and first class service.
What makes a stay at The Eastbury Hotel unique?
Initially designed as an 18th century Georgian gentleman's residence, The Eastbury's rooms are permeated with enormous warmth and character, and offer a genuine home from home.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Eastbury Hotel?
The Eastbury offering goes far beyond the stylish rooms and widely reputed food. Guests have the choice of two relaxing parlours to unwind in, a library and snooker room, plus lovely walled patio nurseries and private feasting if required! There are sumptuous sofas to curl up on, a warming hearth, boardgames to be played (a round of chess, backgammon or scaffold), and plenty of fun to be had in the garden.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Sherborne area?
Sherborne Castle and the medieval vestiges of its predecessor Sherborne Old Castle are found just toward the East. A short journey away are the National Trust properties of Montacute, Stourhead and Tintinhull Gardens. Family agreeable days out incorporate The Haynes Motor Museum and The Fleet Air Arm Museum. For walkers and cyclists there's a large number of shocking neighborhood trails including the North Dorset Trailway and courses through the Blackmore Vale and the Dorset Downs with numerous preservation territories and destinations of unique intrigue. Further afield, but no less worth a visit, is Dorset's renowned Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site, and just under a hour via vehicle.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The restaurant called 'Seasons', and as the name suggests, menus mirror the changing seasons. Executive Chef Matt Street and his group assemble the freshest and best fixings to make a tempting assortment of customary dishes each with their own inventive curve.