Set in the charming English village of Cerne Abbas is Abbots Tea Room which also offers bed and breakfast. Run by proprietors Nicola and Adam Wilkes, you will receive the warmest of welcomes here. There are 5 guest bedrooms at Abbots; Room 1 is a standard double ensuite, Room 2 is a superior super-king / twin en-suite, Room 3 is a family room, Room 4 is a super-king en-suite and Room 5 is a twin en-suite. All have Freeview TV and a well-stocked hospitality tray for making hot drinks. Ironing facilities are available. We offer delicious breakfasts, and can provide packed lunches if required, or why not enjoy a lunch or cream tea in the tea rooms after a day of walking, with our home-made scones, locally-made clotted cream and local preserves.
Cerne Abbas is located between Dorchester and Sherborne in the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It was the site of an important Benedictine abbey and that heritage can be seen to this day. A thriving village, identified as Abbots-Cernel by Thomas Hardy, with a range of small shops to help you to enjoy your visit. It is popular with visitors who appreciate the stone houses lining the streets and delightful walks by the river. The village is known for the Cerne Abbas Giant, a 55-metre high naked figure carved into the chalk hillside, owned by the National Trust and only a short 5-minute walk from the tearoom.
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