This picturesque rural Dorset gem dates back to the 14th century, when it was built to house the builders of the Saint Andrews church spire. It still maintains it rustic charm and hosts original features of a thatched roof, beams, large fire places and flagstone floors, an old-fashioned village local.
Now in the heart of the Ernest Cook Trust estate that surrounds Trent village which is steeped in interesting history. King Charles the 2nd hid at Trent Manor House during his escape to France. It was also the home of Colonel Francis Wyndham.
The pub was brought into its prime in recent years by the amazing landlord “Buff Biggins” and his legend still lives in the pub now.
We offer a choice of alfresco dinning with views over the fields or just outside the front of the pub watching people coming and going. The Barrow lounge is a wonderful relaxing area with an open fire and comfor…
Ideally situated at the heart of Dorset′s world Heritage Jurassic coastline, in Chickerell near Weymouth. The Lugger Inn is a traditional village pub with locals bar, restaurant, function room/skittle alley, beer garden and accommodation.
All rooms are en–suite, with either a shower or bath (four rooms having three corner spa baths installed) and we now have 3 ground floor rooms including a full disabled facility room and wheelchair access bathroom and shower.
Tea and coffee facilities are included and all rooms have a colour TV with Satellite channels. Full English breakfast is included in the prices quoted. All rooms are strictly non smoking.
Open from 8am for breakfast lunch and throughout the day until 9.30pm. Our separate non–smoking dining room is open from 12 noon until 2.30pm and again from 6.00pm until 9.30pm throughout the year, serving a variety of locally sour…
John and Janette Paulson welcome you to "The Frampton" a traditionally family run Inn situated in the heart of 'Hardy Country'.
The Frampton Arms was built in mid 1840 to coincide with the opening of the railway - and what better site for a Public House than opposite Moreton Station. Under the present proprietors, John and Janette Paulson, the Frampton Arms has undergone a process of complete renovation over the past 15 years. A new toilet block has just been completed to include disabled toilets.
Bedroom accommodation is available (some en-suite) and all rooms are equipped with colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities, mini bars are provided in some rooms.
There are two superb bars: the Warmwell Bar has the traditional darts board and pool table and the theme of this bar is dedicated to the Wartime Warmell Aerodrome and features original photographs from this era.