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The Hunters Moon, , , Sherborne, DT9 5QN
Welcome to Hunters Moon, a traditional mid-18th century former coaching inn.

Here you will find "an outstanding place to visit, whether for a refreshment stop, snack, leisurely meal, overnight stay or longer stay" as a base to explore the exceptional Dorset countryside and coastline.

So come down and meet the team at Hunters Moon and let us take care of you, the way only a traditional inn can.

Here at Hunter's Moon we have 8 tastefully furnished en-suite bedrooms. 4 of these are double rooms and offer shower, television and tea/coffee making facilities.

The other 4 rooms are even more spacious with a king size bed and a comfy sofa as well as shower television and tea/coffee making facilities. These can be used as either double or twin rooms. Alternatively they can be transformed into family rooms with the sofabed suitable for an adult or child.

Camp beds and travel cots are available upon request.

All of these rooms are suitable for one night stays, or longer, and can be reserved for groups.

Our location makes this accommodation an ideal base for exploring the fantastic countryside and coastline nearby. You'll also find the Cerne Abbas Giant, Sherborne, Dorchester and other local points of interest as well as nearby outdoor activities such as shooting and fishing.
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A352 - Road: The Hunters Moon is easy to find, situated on the A352 about 10 miles north of Dorchester.

Railway:

Chetnole

Yetminster

Thornford

Sherborne

Attractions:

Butterfly Farm

Huish Park

Mapperton Gardens

Montacute Museum