The Crown at Marnhull Inn Sturminster Newton
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The Crown at Marnhull is steeped in heritage. It features been used as a pub and features been serving clients since the time of King Henry the eighth. The thatched part of the structure dates back to the sixteenth century and features as far as possible remained untouched. A priest hole is silent visable in the brasserie that linked the pub to the surrounding St Gregory`s church. Thomas Hardy was a frequent guest to The Crown and the pub has in his most popular novel, Tess of the D`urbervilles as ` The Pure Drop Inn` located in the countryside of Marlot.(Marnhull). Nowadays, The Crown brags its most new addition. five luxury adjacent letting bedrooms. Wide and entirely furnished with king size beds, Egyptian cotton bed linen, large fluffy towels, bath robes, slippers, flat screen HD TV`s with freeview, stereo system with ipod dock, straight dial telephones, alarm clock, tea/coffee making service, suite secure, independent WIFI, power showers and deep roll upper baths or a wet apartment supplied with Out Of Edon toiletries. In our restaurant you'll find food catered all day. We use only the freshest local ingredients that Dorset`s wonderful larder can offer. Our eggs are all self-sufficient collection, vegetables are used in season and we try to cut out food miles by buying fresh and local. All our dishes are homemade and cooked to order. The major brasserie `The pure Drop Inn` is open all day serving Cask Marque quality authentic ales, wines and soft drinks or even just a coffee by the roaring log fire. Christmas and New Year packages comprise bed breakfast and suppers.
The Crown at Marnhull Inn Sturminster Newton Facilities
|24 Hour Reception||Coffee / Tea Maker|
|Elevator / Lift||En suite|
|Family Room||Free Parking|
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