mother's day in dorset

Still need to book somewhere for Mother’s Day? We’ve listed some of our favourites in Dorset. Please enquire with the venues directly as to their availability, but in our opinion, they’re some of the prettiest in the region.

Alexandra Hotel
Pound Street, Lyme Regis, DT7 3HZ 

Set in a fabulous location with beautiful private gardens and magnificent views over the famous Cobb harbour wall and out across the UNESCO world heritage site sea view of Lyme Bay.

Every mother and grandmother will receive a complimentary potted flower. 2 courses £30 or 3 courses £37.50. Choose from delicious dishes such as Hand Picked Brixham Crab, Chilli and Spring Onion Linguini followed by Slow Cooked Chapel Farm pork Belly with crushed new potatoes, curly kale, thyme jus.

The Crown Inn
Church Street, Puncknowle, Dorset, DT2 9BN

The Crown Inn is a beautiful 16th century thatched pub situated in the village of Puncknowle (pronounced Punnel), a stones throw away from the stunning West Dorset coastline.

Known for it’s amazing Sunday lunch, this is the perfect traditional venue to enjoy at.

The Eastbury
Long Street, Sherborne, Dorset, DT9 3BY

The Eastbury offers a range of flexible dining and drinking spaces, each with their own individual decorative character and atmosphere.

Enjoy 2 courses for £21.50, 3 for £25 and every mum enjoys a free gift.

The Italian Kitchen
37 South Street, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 4LR

Situated in the Saxon walled town of Wareham, overlooking the River Frome and Water Meadows. The Restaurant has superb views towards the distant Purbeck hills.

The Head Chef John Newing leads the dedicated team of chefs to bring you a modern style Italian menu using only the finest seasonal produce, our dishes are lovingly and freshly prepared, combining locally landed seafood, premium quality meats and New Forest vegetables along with the finest Mediterraenean ingredients.

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