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"Initially slightly non-plussed when walking into reception - basically a not very friendly pub - I was pleased with the smart room, comforta..."
About the hotel
Our menu has been specially created to provide something for everyone at fantastic value. See for yourself! Download the menu now from our website. We also have hot and cold snacks, tea and coffee available throughout the day, every day.
The South Western was one of two Railway hotels built following the construction of the London and South Western Railway through Tisbury in 1859. The South Western was built in 1884 to provide accommodation for travellers using the line and was particularly helpful to Shaftesbury people. We are situated right opposite the Tisbury main line train station from Waterloo to Exeter. If you are looking for somewhere to stay in this area then we have everything you need. Clean, cosy bedrooms with all the amenities you would expect for a comfortable and restful stay. Contact us for more information.
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant , Bar
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- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Ideal location for station
Initially slightly non-plussed when walking into reception - basically a not very friendly pub - I was pleased with the smart room, comfortable bed and powerful shower which I thought represented good value for money.
Breakfast was fine, and you could not be better placed for the station. It's also short and idyllic walk up to the high street. Tisbury is a beautiful little place and the hotel was a convenient place to be for a business stop off particularly for someone only using public transport such as myself.