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Local Information For Your Stay At Poll Dorest Log Cabin



Discover All That Dorset Has To Offer On Our Door Step

Poll Dorset Cabin is nestled in the heart of the stunning Dorset countryside, surrounded by fantastic walking trails, brilliant pubs and restaurants, and close links to some historic towns and villages that are well worth a day trip too.

Whether you would like to explore a country estate, walk across clifftops and discover sandy beaches, or take in the romantic town of Dorchester - Dorset has it all.






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Evershot is a charming little village and civil parish located in the Dorset area of outstanding natural beauty, it is perfectly situated for exploring this amazing area of England. There is also an abundance of trails for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers.

Much of Evershot dates back from the Victorian era which is reflected in the architecture and style of the town, and you will notice this in the bow-fronted shops and beautiful brickwork.

Evershot has even been mentioned in the books of Thomas Hardy, and there is definitely a Dickensian feeling in the air. The village has the right number of shops, restaurants and country pubs which provide the perfect rest stop when you are strolling through town.

The seclusion of Evershot makes it the perfect place to go if you love rural, untouched towns. The beauty of Evershot becomes even more apparent in the summer, when the green countryside comes to life.


Pubs And Restaurants 

The Acorn Inn

Our charming 16th-century coaching inn transports you to the pages of a Thomas Hardy novel. Featured in Tess of the d’Urbervilles, the atmospheric inn boasts old beams, oak panelling, roaring fires and an original skittle alley.




The Saxon Arms  

The Saxon Arms in Stratton is a village inn offering real ale, great pub food and a hearty welcome. The pub's daily-changing specials often include mixed meat platters, pork medallions and Creedy Farm duck breast






The Restaurant at Summer Lodge

The Restaurant at the Summer Lodge is a fine dining experience set in a romantic country hotel. Expect traditional English classic dished with a European twist!





Book Your Stay In An Area Of Natural Beauty 

Book your stay at Poll Dorset Log Cabin, and enjoy the breath taking views and rich culture that Dorset has to offer.
You can book your stay by clicking below and choosing your preferred dates.

All bookings are handled through Sykes Cottages, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.


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Whats Around You?

 Newton Maiden

Newton Maiden is 5 miles away from Evershot and is an old market town that offers an interesting mix of old and new. There is a rich biodiversity in the area which makes it a very fascinating place for those on nature trails.

For history buffs, there is the church of St. Mary which dates back to Anglo-Saxon settlements and bears the marks of a number of wars. There are also excellent transport links should you like to visit Weymouth, Bristol or Bath.


Just 8 miles from Evershot is Yeovil. Situated on the cusp of South Somerset, Yeovil boasts a number of attractions. Nearby is the National Trust property of Montacute House. A late Elizabethan mansion that is surrounded by beautiful greenery, it truly is a stunning piece of English architecture that deserves to be seen up close.

There is also Ninesprings country park which encompasses 20 acres of woodland footpaths. The park is an idyllic place that offers some amazing scenic walking, and there is a café on-site should you get hungry during your walk.











Dorchester is a 20 minute drive away and has a number of museums to keep you interested, including the Dorset County Museum and Keep Military Museum. If you would like to learn more about the Tolpuddle Martyrs, the birth of trade unions and ancient Egypt, you’ll have your hands full at Dorchester.











If you would like to visit some sandy, golden beaches then you should take a quick trip to Weymouth. Whether you want to build sandcastles with the kids, or laze in the sun with a good book, Weymouth is the place to go, and it’ll only take you half an hour to get there.