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Steeped in history and tradition, it offers visitors breathtaking views and the warmest of welcomes. The "Shaston" of Thomas Hardy's novels, Shaftesbury is one of the oldest and highest towns in England and dominates what Hardy called the "engirdled and secluded" Blackmore Vale.
The beauty of the surrounding Dorset countryside is complemented by the collection of fine historical buildings that make up the centre of Shaftesbury itself.
Gold Hill, made famous by the Hovis Bread advertisement, with its steep cobbles and picturesque cottages, is the epitome of rural charm from a previous time.
Brindley Villa is a large Victorian family house, built in 1871 and located in a quiet, tree-lined residential road on the Southern side of the City. We are just a 5-7 minute lazy stroll on level roads from the centre of Bath, just 200 metres from th...
Welcome to Greenhill House luxury Bed and Breakfast. Built in the 1930's, perched on a western hillside in Lyme Regis, overlooking Lyme Bay with breathtaking views of Golden Cap and the Jurassic Coast, Greenhill has two beautiful bedrooms de...
Number Thirty Eight
Number Thirty Eight Clifton is Bristol's new townhouse accommodation. We offer ten stylish bedrooms in a recently refurbished Georgian merchant's house at the top of the City. We aim to offer the discerning traveller an alternative ...
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