The owners of the Tea Rooms Lisa and Grant are fantastic - attentive and efficient with a kind and lovely nature. The room I stayed in was huge, with inset exposed beams, comfy bed and everything in its place to make for a very comfortable two night stay. The tea rooms has character and soul and ...
unique b&b lots of animals and bits and bobs throughout house and rooms
excellent food, we enjoyed a lovely evening meal and breakfast
We were 5 adults, and we loved the property - sympathetically converted, spacious, well equipped and with such easy access to the coast path. Our queries were dealt with efficiently and we were blessed with good weather. What more can one ask?
We really enjoyed our stay. The room was very nice and we loved the bathroom with the blue glowing lights. The glass shower door was so spotless that our daughter walked into it. We had a laugh over that. The staff was friendly and we really enjoyed our full English breakfast. We would definitely ...
Lovely setting with great views of the sea. Easy walk to the beach. Staff were professional and clearly cared. Suggest it is made clearer to guests about the 'slots' for breakfast as a rush at one time caused a delay in serving. Would certainly come again though!
Had a lovely weekend for my dads 70th. Lots of amazing memories made and we had a great time. Local pub was very accommodating and great landlord. Village is beautiful. Will definitely return.
You'll find the Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens halfway between Bridport and Weymouth, along the B3157. This attraction is an absolute must for anyone with even the faintest interest in plants or for those who simply want a tranquil day out surrounded by the best that Mother Nature has to offer. There's plenty of accommodation nearby, so you won't have to travel far to find it, whether you want to stay in an unassuming B&B, a traditional inn or a luxurious hotel.
The Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens is a multi-award-winning attraction, having chalked-up silver awards at both the Chelsea Show and the Hampton Court Show. A specially engineered micro-climate coupled with Dorset's unusually temperate conditions mean that exotic plants blossom and bloom here to create a unique attraction. If you fancy topping off your visit with a stay in a luxury hotel, be sure to look up those such as the Moonfleet Manor hotel, which boasts its own spa; perfect for a spot of post-plant-pampering!
However, if you're travelling with children or simply want to keep the costs down then there's an array of mid-range accommodation to choose from, such as the Boaters Guesthouse, the Barne's Rest B&B, and the Pink House Bed and Breakfast. These offer warm and welcoming bases from which to explore the local area and all that it has to offer.
There are other attractions close to the Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens such as The Swannery, and the Abbotsbury Children's Farm. The Swannery offers the chance to walk among the worlds only managed colony of nesting mute swans, while the children's farm offers little ones the chance to get up close and personal with a variety of interesting animals. These attractions are available on one ticket, under 'passport' rates for the three. You'll also find plenty of family-friendly hotels and B&Bs nearby, such as the Royal Yeoman B&B and the Birch House B&B.
The Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens are a superb attraction to visit, whether it's for a short stay or an extended visit. There's an extensive selection of inns, hotels and B&Bs to choose from, with prices and rooms to suit all budgets and all tastes.
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