Posadas y hosterías The Acorn Inn

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28 Fore Street, Evershot, Dorset, DT2 0JW - Evershot - DT2 0JW - Dorset - England - UK


The Acorn Inn is an award-winning 16th-century inn with a restaurant which has received accolades from Condé Nast Traveller and the Sunday Telegraph. It offers luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation in Dorset, with modern conveniences and rustic period style in the form of wooden beams, flagstone floors and open fires.

All rooms at The Acorn have en suite bathrooms or shower rooms, with TV, tea and coffee facilities and free Wi-Fi. Furnishings are lavish and rooms are named from Thomas Hardy's 'Tess of the d'Urbervilles’, in which the inn was mentioned as 'The Sow and Acorn'.

A full English breakfast is served each morning, with locally produced bacon, eggs and sausages, amongst lighter options. The Acorn’s highly-regarded restaurant offers a wide choice of dishes for lunch and dinner, including Dorset lamb, beer-battered fish and chips and Gressingham duck.

The village of Evershot is around 20 minutes north of Dorchester, the historic county town of Dorset. The coastal resorts of Weymouth and Lyme Regis are 30-40 minutes away.

  • Check-in 14:00 - 23:00
  • Check-out 08:00 - 11:00
  • No. of rooms 10


Property facilities

  • Services

    • Pets allowed
    • Car park
  • Activities near the establishment

    • Bicycle rental
    • Bicycles
  • Services and facilities in the restaurant

    • Bar
    • Barbecue
    • Restaurant
    • Picnic service
  • Sports activities

    • Bowling
    • Darts
  • Air conditioning in public areas

    • Heating in public areas
  • Hotel services

    • Locker
  • Non-smoking area – Designated smoking area

    • Non-smoking rooms
    • All public and private areas are non-smoking
  • Themed rooms

    • Romantic Hotel
  • Means of communication

    • Internet
  • Hotel facilities

    • Garden
    • Game room
  • Facilities

    • Spa Hotel
  • Internet

    • Wi-fi

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