Anvil Inn

Address: Salisbury Rd , Pimperne, Dorset, England, DT11 8UQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Salisbury Rd , Pimperne, is near Bournemouth Balloon.
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    Travel Blogs from Pimperne

    Cashmoor to Cranborne 14k

    A travel blog entry by sallyj22 on Jul 08, 2015

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    Mary cooked us a lovely breakfast in her Aga. We also had a variety of fruit, including gooseberries from the garden. Mary had a long chat-- she has to cycle now due to bad eyesight stopping her from driving. We set out for our last day of walking at around 9oc. It was an easy walk, pretty flat and only slightly overgrown in places. Passing the watercress ...

    Pimperne to Cashmoor 13k

    A travel blog entry by sallyj22 on Jul 07, 2015

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    We had breakfast at 8oc--the dining room was somewhat musty and every surface was full of clutter. Apparently Joyce was a car boot sale addict and the whole house was bulging with her purchases. John was in charge at breakfast , doing all the cooking and serving. There was no sign of Joyce --perhaps there was a boot sale on !! We walked back through the village and uphill over farmland and woods to Tarrant Gunville, then through Chettle and on ...

    Milton Abbas to Pimperne 17k

    A travel blog entry by sallyj22 on Jul 06, 2015

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    ... the road for the last part of the route, to Pimperne. There was very little on the shelves at the Village Shop. I had a coffee there before we started looking for The Old Bakery which was not at the place indicated in the book. We were hailed by John from the B&B on his bike and he took us back to the house to show us our ...

    Big Rocks and Roman Baths

    A travel blog entry by alanandmin on Dec 06, 2014

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    ... stones but you can get very close. Our tour guide told us to be on the lookout for druids doing religious ceremonies which frequent the stones but we didn't see any that day. The site is very picturesque with sheep and animals roaming the perfect green sloping hills just a few feet from the stones.

    The next stop on the tour was the small town of Bath, England. The city became a spa in 60 AD when the Romans built baths ...

    Devizes Revisited

    A travel blog entry by roadmonkey on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... are manned and operated manually... very interesting. There were several canoes being unloaded and we think that a bus full of people coming up when we left were going to have a fun day going through the locks. Off we went to Rowde. This town was just a blip as far as towns go. We found the old church and talked a bit to some women who were doing flowers for a wedding the next day. We think that ...