Dorset is a fascinating county featuring all that is best in rural England and Sherborne is ideally located on the Dorset and Somerset borders, with excellent links to London and throughout the South and Southwest.
Situated in the centre of Sherborne, Cumberland House dates from the 17th Century and sits in a lovely old terrace, less than 5 minutes walk from the historic Abbey and ten minutes from the railway station.
With an abundance of medieval buildings and Historic locations Sherborne has much to offer visitors. It has become an important town for Art and Antique dealers and has a delightful shopping centre with a large choice of handcrafted goods and elegant fashions.
For your stay in Sherborne, Cumberland House is an ideal choice and excellent starting point, being located in the centre of town, and with easy access to the many places of interest. A warm welcome and a comfortable stay is assured.
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Bristol Road - Road: From Bristol Road turn into Priestlands Lane, follow lane up hill baring sharp left, follow road past garages on left. Stop when you come to a metal gate with 'Kymin' marked on it. Go through the gate and the parking area is the third on left. Look for the sign saying Cumberland House and enter through the back entrance. Note: Please ignore the Beware of dog sign, she is a big softy!
Sherborn Train Station - Train: When leaving the train station turn right, follow South Street to crossroads and cross over to Cheap St. Croos Cheap St to the front of the green restaurant and bear right. You will arrive at A30 junction, cross over the main road and walk 100ft on your left down the hill and we are the 2nd cottage on the left.