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Great place the second time I have stayed breakfast amazing and very fresh inc fruit and the biggest array of cereals I've ever seen Joan is very friendly and an absolute encyclopaedia of local knowledge will be back in the future for a longer stay
We stayed at the Aquila for one night, we had superb stay, we had a 1 year old with us and we were totally welcomed with open arms by Joan, she had a high chair set up for breakfast and even washed up the babies...More
This hotel is run by Joan Cox. She is a charming lady. This B&B is in a lovely area. It looks like two semis combined into one large detached property. It is about a 10 minute walk into North Dorchester. Our room (No 5) was...More
A really lovely little B&B - we stayed for one night while we were visiting relatives, they had found it for us and we are so happy that they did. It's very homely with lovely touches lots of little extras in the rooms. Joan is...More
Stayed for one night on motorcycle tour, easy location for town centre, excellent room (bit small but perfect for short stay). Joan is a great hostess who cooks a simply superb breakfast that kept me going until dinner.Great value.
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Thanks for your enquiry. We regret that our disabled suite is no longer available. We are considering other options for disabled access to our rooms so please keep an eye on our own website for future news.
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"They have a room on ground floor that is suitable for disabled or a family of four"