Hotels in Wareham, United Kingdom

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    Hotel Kemps Country House Wareham

    Guests staying at Kemps Country House, Wareham, Dorset, can enjoy a few al-fresco drinks on the hotel’s terrace and during cooler weather relax with their favourite book or daily paper in the comfortable lounge. The rooms feature flat-screen TV’s, desks, hairdryers, tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary toiletries and free Wi-Fi. Kemps Country House offers elegant and comfortable accommodation with 16 en-suite rooms, a restaurant, a bar/lounge as well as a private garden, conference rooms and free self-parking. A wide range of seasonal dishes is available at the on-site restaurant as well as freshly prepared breakfasts and afternoon cream teas. Light snacks and an extensive variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are on offer at the bar. The Tank Museum, Monkey World, Tyneham, Wareham Town Museum and Clouds Hill are all in close proximity to the hotel. Dorset Golf and Country Club is also close by. more

    Hotel The Anglebury House Wareham

    Anglebury House is a Grade II Listed Building in Wareham, built in 1550. The building has many original features. A small family run business. Lawrence of Arabia lived in the building for a short period during the 1920s and spent many a hour drinking coffee in our restaurant. Thomas Hardy also spent time in our restaurant, and started the book, The Hand of Ethel Burton sat at our table, which is set in town. Thomas Hardys name for Wareham in his books was Anglebury meaning English Town. Wareham is a small town very accessible for days at Monkey World and the Tank Museum, which are both 15 minutes' drive. more

    Hotel Lulworth Cove Inn Wareham

    The Lulworth Cove Inn is right on the threshold of Lulworth Cove. The location offers amazing coastal views and picturesque period pathways. Travellers seeking an area filled with wondrous natural beauty will take pleasure in staying at this guest house. Rooms are equipped with a TV, Wi-Fi, en suite bathroom, hairdryer, and tea and coffee making utensils. Amenities include car parking and meeting facilities. Guests have access to an on-site restaurant, lounge, and bar. Breakfast on the go is provided and cooked with prime ingredients from the region. Packed lunches are also available along with award-winning ales from around the world. Dungy Head, Stair Hole, and Fossil Forest are nearby the Lulworth Cove Inn. Weymouth is 30-minutes away from the guest house. Monkey World and other attractions are close by the premises as well. more

    Hotel The Priory Wareham

    The Priory is a four star hotel in Wareham. As its name suggests it was a former nunnery, then a monastery, and its history can be traced back to the 7th century. Only the grounds remain of these early monastic settlements, although the current building dates from the 16th century and has many features of archaeological interest. There are 18 rooms and suites, categorised as Standard Double, Superior Double/Twin, Mini Suites and Suites. Most are in the main building, but one Mini Suite and three Suites are in the Boathouse next to the river. All rooms have en-suite facilities, wifi, hairdryer and toiletries, bathrobes, phone, radio, TV, fresh fruit and water. The Boathouse is surrounded by its own gardens and its suites have jacuzzis. The hotel has two restaurants. The Garden Room is used for lunch, with an outside terrace for fine weather. Dinner is served in the Abbots Cellar Restaurant. Drinks can be taken in the cloisters bar or the Drawing Room. The surrounding grounds lead down to the River Frome where guests have private moorings if arriving by boat. The town centre is a few minutes’ walk. more

    Hotel Mortons House Hotel Wareham

    Mortons House Hotel is a historic sixteenth century Elizabethan Manor House situated in the beautiful village of Corfe Castle in the Isle of Purbeck. The Manor is one of the earliest in Corfe and without doubt, the finest. Built in 1590 in the shape of an ‘E’ to honour Queen Elizabeth I, it has in more recent times been sympathetically converted into a 21 bedroom hotel. The individual character rooms have their own unique charm and appeal with some having views of the Castle and others look towards the Steam Railway and Purbeck Hills. Proud of the 2 AA Rosette awards received for its traditional English cuisine, the restaurant also boasts an excellent wine list. Rooms are available for private parties, conferences, Civil Weddings and receptions. The location of the hotel provides the perfect centre from which to enjoy this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in this idyllic corner of England, taking in the sights of the Jurassic coastline, Kimmeridge Bay, Lulworth, Durdle Door and Swanage with its famous Steam Railway and not forgetting the beautiful beaches at Studland. more

  • Hotel Bankes Arms Wareham

    Bankes Arms is an English country inn in Wareham, in the county of Dorset, UK.  It has an exciting history of being a magnet for smugglers in the past, and no doubt, this is one reason why it’s an attraction for visitors in the current times. The inn has ten bedrooms, mostly en suite, many with sea views.  Rooms have colour television and tea/coffee making facilities. The inn’s history goes back to the 16th century and its connection with smugglers is legendary.  It’s won many awards for its pub and its beers. A non-smoking house, free parking and free Wi-Fi is offered. Food is prepared and served up to 9.30 pm. The inn specialises in British cuisine. Bankes Arms is located near Corfe Castle, the steam railway and the beach, which is so close to nature that it is also known as Jurassic Beach. People come here to experience the classic English pub and to enjoy local water sports. more

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