Junction- Bed and Breakfast in Dorchester
The Junction Hotel is a traditional six bedroom coaching inn, located in the heart of this traditional market town on Great Western Road. Dorchester is an historic market town best known for its links with Thomas Hardy and his novel 'The Mayor of Casterbridge' and you can enjoy the ambience and atmosphere of Dorchester itself with its famous market every Wednesday. Read more
Other attractions include the Dinosaur Museum, Roman Town House, Thomas Hardy Cottage and the giant fort just outside the town, dating from 3000BC. The heart and soul of the hotel remains the pub itself and there is plenty of opportunity to find a cosy corner in our traditional bar. Whatever time of day you pop into The Junction, there's plenty of atmosphere as customers tuck into the fine pub food or sample a selection of the superb choice of cask ales, lagers, wines and soft drinks. Hotel accommodation prices include our fantastic free breakfast.
At the Junction Inn, we specialise in traditional pub food at great value for money prices. You can choose from our selection of classic pub meals such as fish and chips, sausage and mash, lasagne and steaks. We also have a range of light bites and sandwiches if you prefer a smaller meal. Read more
We serve a number of lagers and real ales on draught as well as offering a selection of wine by the glass and bottle, spirits and soft drinks.
Dorset contains some of the most beautiful countryside in England and no visit to the county would be complete without a trip to Dorchester. Enjoy the sites of the historic town, from the Roman Amphitheatre at Maumbury Rings to the birthplace of Thomas Hardy. Take a stroll around and you are able to see many of the buildings mentioned in his novels. Read more
There is plenty for the family to enjoy in the town and young guests will enjoy the Dinosaur Museum and Teddy Bear Museum or, for older children, the Tutankhamun Exhibition or the Terracotta Army. The history of Dorchester dates back to Roman times and evidence of this can be found at the fort at Maumbury Rings. If you are feeling active, try your hand at clay pigeon shooting, golf or visit the nearby New Forest for walking and cycling. There's also the nearby South Coast for those fancying a day at the beach and a dip in the sea.
Great Western Road
Manager: Albert Stratford
Telephone: 01305 755000