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Quirky places to stay in Dorset

PUBLISHED: 12:00 15 September 2014 | UPDATED: 12:00 15 September 2014

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People thrive for that thrill of something different so we’ve compiled some vital info on a few of the most interesting places to stay across Dorset

The Chocolate Boutique Hotel

The Chocolate Boutique Hotel, 5 Durley Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH2 5JQ, 01202 556857

This wonderfully unique hotel is located in Bournemouth’s Soho Quarter. There are 15 chocolate themes rooms and enough accommodation for 29 guests. the Chocolate Boutique Hotel was also named as one of the top six novelty hotels in the world by The Sunday Times Travel Magazine and has also been internationally recognised by CNN.

www.thechocolateboutiquehotel.co.uk

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Tilleys Hut Bed and Breakfast

The Hayloft, Redmans Lane, Barfoot Farm, Melbury Abbas, Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 0DB, 01747 854375

Tilleys Hut is located on the foot of the Melbury Downs adjacent to a farm. An early 1900’s renovated Shepherd’s Hut provides a relaxing environment

fully insulated and furnished. Local breakfast produce is delivered to the door every morning of your stay.

www.tilleyshut.com

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Tudor Cottage

Tudor Cottage, 9 Dorchester Road, Frampton, Dorset, DT2 9NB, 01300 320382

The Tudor Cottage has comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation in a quiet location near Dorchester. Situated in the village of Frampton, the Cottage is great for tourists wishing to travel around Dorchester, Weymouth and the Jurassic Coast.

www.dorchester-bed-breakfast.co.uk

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The Hut

Nettlemoor Farm, Fishpond Bottom, Charmouth, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 6NW, 01297 678424

The Hut is located in amongst over 30 acres of meadows near Wootton Hill and Charmouth Forest. Also nearby is the National Trust owned Iron Age hill forts of Lambert’s and Coney’s Castle. The Hut is perfect for a quiet break away and also excellent for dog walks.

www.thedorsethut.co.uk

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