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Appletree Cottage B&B Winterborne Zelston Blandford Forum Dorset England Bed and Breakfast Places To Stay Lodgings Accommodations
Hosts: Angelo and Jane
Guestrooms: 2 (one double and one twin)
Address: Appletree Cottage, Winterborne Zelston, Blandford Forum, Dorset DT11 9EU England
Telephone: +44 (0) 1929
Activities/Attractions: Winterborne Zelston is a village in north Dorset, England situated in a winterbourne valley on the A31 road eight miles south of Blandford Forum and ten miles north west of Poole. The first name of "Winterborne" comes from the River Winterborne, which flows from west to east through the village. The river only flows over ground during the winter, hence the name. To the west is Winterborne Tomson and to the northeast is Almer. The river flows through both these villages as well.
"We had an amazing time at Appletree Cottage. The bedrooms were wonderful, clean and comfy, the piece de resistance was the breakfast, 10 out of 10 - and from a Chef! Will be recommending Jane and Angelo to all our friends - their hospitality was second to none."
"Enjoyed our stay in this delightful cottage and exploring the beautiful countryside. Many thanks to Jane and Angelo for their hospitality - they really have been the perfect hosts."
"Thank you Angelo and Jane for looking after us so well. We had a warm welcome despite our delayed arrival 2:15am! A comfortable room, delicious breakfast and great hospitality. We hope to return."
"Being the first guests to stay at Appletree Cottage was a real treat. Very welcoming and relaxing, a really pleasant stay. Hope to come back again one day. I can only endorse what Lynda has said and to say that Angelo and Jane have made wonderful hosts. Thank you very much."
"Warmest of welcomes. Couldn't do enough for us! Beautiful rooms and surroundings. Excellent breakfast. Would love to come back when in area again. A big Thank-You!"
"Dear Angelo and Jane. We will miss you both a lot - you are such a lovely couple. Wonderful food - Good company - Just like part of our family. Indeed - we will see you both again - maybe next summer. We will keep in touch."
"What a welcome, like meeting old friends and treated like Royalty. Only stayed for a long weekend but wish it had been longer. Could not find any faults with food or accommodation. Would come back again if in the area. Best wishes to you both."
General Information: Welcome to Appletree Cottage Bed & Breakfast ... a pretty, thatched character cottage (formerly a 17th century village ale house) in the peaceful village of Winterborne Zelston, Dorset which has a 14th century church, pub, village green, duck pond and sits on the River Winterborne.
Winterborne Zelston is a short distance from the picturesque Purbecks which feature attractions such as Corfe Castle, Lulworth Cove, Swanage Steam Railway, Blue Pool and includes spectacular coastal walks and bike rides. We are also within easy reach of the coastal resorts of Poole, Bournemouth and Sandbanks and a short drive from Weymouth, Dorchester, Blandford, Wimborne, Wareham and Swanage. Bed and Breakfast features include:
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"Thank you for making it feel like home, lovely accommodation, great food, friendly animals too! Great part of the countryside to stay. Thank you very much."
"11th Anniversary of the passing of Michael Grylls - Very dear Angelo and Jane. Thank you kind friends. You always make me feel so warmly welcomed. You always make me feel like HM The Queen. You feed my soul with kind thoughts. You fill my tummy with great food - and you encourage me to move forward with spiritual nourishment and hope. Thank you for all you do for me and the community in Winterborne Zelston. God bless."
"We had a lovely time, spoilt rotten. We would like to come back again. Thank you for everything."
"What a joy to stay here! Angelo and Jane made us feel very comfortable and at home - we are already trying to work out when we can come back! Thank you for everything!"