A glorious country house built 200 years ago of stone from the Purbeck Hills, situated within its own beautiful, formal gardens

Eighteen Luxury Hotel Rooms

Sleep 'til you're hungry, eat 'til you're sleepy.

Quote Mark Anon

'Working with my staff, we try to ensure that your room is perfect for your arrival and is kept clean and tidy during your stay.  Just let me know if you have any problems - we are here to help!'    Maureen White - Head Housekeeper

The Grange has eighteen hotel rooms with a mixture of different styles. Some bedrooms are traditionally decorated with silk throws and original fireplaces, whilst the newer rooms have a more contemporary feel.

Some of our rooms have views across the rooftops of the village to the rolling Dorset hills beyond. Some have balconies; the perfect place for a leisurely morning coffee. Some have french windows onto the garden where you can enjoy a relaxing stroll across the lawn.

In all of our rooms you will find comfortable beds, crisp white linen, refreshing showers and fluffy towels.  You will awake relaxed and revived, looking forward to a tasty breakfast

Never work before breakfast; if you have to work before breakfast, eat your breakfast first.

Quote Mark Josh Billings

Our award-winning breakfast is truly delicious.  Choose from a full english breakfast, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, kippers or perhaps a continental breakfast of cheeses and meats served with croissants.  There are many delicious offerings on our buffet, the ingredients all sourced as locally as possible.

We have two rooms on the ground floor, one of which has wheelchair access. Please see our Access Statement for further information.

Room Facilities: All rooms have an en-suite shower or bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, mineral water, biscuits, hairdryer, telephone, television and free wireless internet access.

There may be a two-night minimum stay at weekends, please enquire.

Please note; due to our rural location, mobile telephone reception can be patchy.  Similarly, broadband signals are slow as we do not yet enjoy the benefits of fibre. We are continually trying to improve the broadband provision and monitor any new technologies that may help.

Taste of The West Gold Award Image Paddy Burt Image AA Three Star Hotel 2011 Image Image Johansens Award finalist 2009 Direct from Dorset Image Reviewed by the Daily Telegraph