Park Lodge Bungalow
We give you a warm welcome to Park Lodge Bungalow. We aim to make you as comfortable as possible.
We are situated in a side road off the main road, so we are quiet and you cannot hear traffic noise from the bedrooms.
We have two guest bedrooms, one double (ensuite) and one twin with private facilities. Both are centrally heated but we have supplementary heating for those chilly Summer evenings!
We hope you would sit in our landscaped garden, which has plenty of chairs in which you can relax.
Blandford Forum itself has much to offer. It is a small Market town, which was destroyed by fire in the 18th century, but was then rebuilt in the Georgian style of architecture. It has its own local museum and also a famous costume museum. Nearby is the Royal Signals Museum at Blandford Camp.
Blandford is a good centre for exploring all of Dorset. There is good walking on ancient hill forts such as Hod Hill, Hambledon and Badbury Rings and pretty Dorset villages with good pubs.
The nearest coast town of Poole is only 15 miles away and the Dorset Jurassic Coast if now world famous.
There are many interesting houses to visit such as the National Trust property, Kingston Lacy, which is only five miles away. Other houses include Athelhampton House, Monticute House, Chettle House as well as castles such as Corfe Castle, Sherborne Castle and Lulworth Castle. There are many others and all are worth a visit.
The Dorset Steam Rally is also held near to Blandford and every year thousands of visitors flock to see this world famous attraction.
There are plenty of pubs and restaurants in Blandford so it is easy to leave your car here and stroll into the town to find a good eating place. There are tea and coffee making facilities in the guest rooms and I can supply fresh milk if you would like it.
There is a hair drying in the rooms and I can supply an iron if required.
We do try to make you as comfortable as possible, so do come and visit Blandford and enjoy the Dorset countryside.
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This page was last updated: 28 December 2010