The Abbey House

Address: Church Street, Abbotsbury, Dorset, England, DT3 4JJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Church Street, Abbotsbury, is near Abbotsbury Swannery and Nine Stones.
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Travel Blogs from Abbotsbury

Cardiff to Dorset

A travel blog entry by on Jan 07, 2015

5 photos

... some of the village streets are often used in movie scenes. One of the Abbey corridors was in the first Harry Potter movie. Unfortunately thee Abbey and most of the village shops were closed even though it was only 4PM. We took some photos and got back into the car to decide whee to stay for the night. We picked a town called Shaftsbury to aim for and looked up accommodation on the iPad. As soon as the Crown Inn picture showed up with its thatched roof, ...

In limbo

A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Dec 27, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... poor communications, access to the internet is intermittent (more off than on) and there is no phone signal on the site. So it was that on Friday I found myself standing in the strong wind, in a field, on top of a nearby hill ringing the motorhome garage to see if they had returned from holiday. Joy - they were back at work and I have booked the van in for next Wednesday. I then decided to bite the bullet and organise my travel insurance and european ...

Dorset Beckons

A travel blog entry by rdtodd on Dec 26, 2014

3 comments, 16 photos

... in the 1880's. Very quaint and cozy with a small back garden over-looking the Blackmoor Vale(valley) southward to the Dorset Downs. The fields are a vibrant green and mainly for grazing, dotted with sheep. Instead of fences the fields are bordered by hedgerows which incidently also edge the roads, and that term is used loosely. More about that later. the cottage is filled with a large eclectic collection of books and CD's. Most important is the bed ...

A photo worthy day!

A travel blog entry by rdtodd on Dec 24, 2014

15 photos

... giggling that I managed to supress over a plexiglass box with an inch of water in it and called "condensation" for obvious reasons, almost did me in. We soon made a hasty exit and were glad that the admission was free because we really didn't "get it". A stroll across the Thames on the Millennium pedestrian bridge gave us beautiful views of London as the sun was setting. Tower Bridge, ...

The blustery day

A travel blog entry by iaineast on Jun 22, 2013

... quality tourist path to the centre of Lulworth. It was then a fair trek up the road out of town to find our B&B. Whilst quaint from the outside the room was very small. Dinner was at the local pub which was crowded. We tried one of the ciders from the 20+ they had available. Supposedly, it was traditional and it had a good taste but was served still which was most ...