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Manston Guest House 4 Stars

2 Northwood Cottages, Manston, Sturminster Newton, DT10 1HD Show on map  2.27 miles from Sturminster Newton
Score 9.0 from 7 reviews
Manston Guest House
Phone: +44 (0)1258 472666Online booking and availability
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Single£59.00
Double£59.00
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£59.00per room per night
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The Swan Inn 

Market Place, Sturminster Newton, DT10 1AR Show on map  1.72 miles from Sturminster Newton
Score 7.9 from 143 reviews
The Swan Inn
Phone: +44 (0)1258 472208Online booking and availability
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Single£40.00
Double£40.00
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Sturminster Newton is located in Dorset and is frequently referred by locals as simply Stur. It is situated near the Blackmore Vale area. The town is perhaps most well known as being home to the author and poet William Barnes. In addition, Thomas Hardy also made his home in the local area for awhile. There are dozens of shops located in the area as well as a variety of different restaurants. A local market is held on Mondays. There are also numerous accommodation options located in Sturminster Newton as well as in the immediate area.

The town of Sturminster Newton is located within the Blackmore Vale area of Dorset. The town of Sturminster Newton is home to the author and poet who is known as William Barnes. Thomas Hardy also lived in the town for some of this life. The town of Sturminster Newton has a population of about three thousand, one per cent of the population are retired.

The town of Sturminster Newton has a vast array to offer including forty-three shops, a primary school and a secondary school. Both of the schools within the town are in need of expansion so that they are able to cope with the increasing numbers of pupils.

There is a market held in the town and this takes place once a week on a Monday. The town at one point had one of the largest cattle markets in England however the market closed in 1998 and it is currently part of a major redevelopment project for retail and housing. The town is part of the historic circuit for the West Country Carnival.

The town of Sturminster Newton is located on a low ridge that is made from limestone within a meander on the River Stour. The town is at the heart of a large region of dairy agriculture and a large part of the economy of the town is made up of this sector. A large part of the economy of the town is made up of shops and other services.

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