The Hotel combines the beauty of an historic building, complete with oak beams and inglenook fireplaces, with all the advantages of a modern hotel. The George Hotel is a striking, idyllic 15th Century coaching inn, built in 1495 it is one of the oldest coaching inns in the country, allowing you to tread on the path of history. Situated opposite the famous Dorchester Abbey & Museum.
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The elevated beamed dining room with its secret garden and waterfall creates an idyllic setting to sample some of our fine cuisine, using only the finest fresh ingredients our Chef has created dishes to suite every palate and to compliment your meal, we also offer the finest of wines from our wine cellar.
On arrival you can enjoy an aperitif in the lounge or bar before being escorted to your table. Then all you have to do is enjoy the George’s famous hospitality.View Our Menus
Pot boys Bar at the George Hotel
Of course, the centre of any coaching inn was always the tap room and this is another fine old English tradition which we have the pleasure to maintain at The George. The name Pot Boys refers to the bell ringers who used to gather near the fire over looking the Abbey for some refreshments after ringing the Abbey bells. A fine range of real ale is available with a strong influence from local Oxfordshire brewers in hand with a generous range of wines and spirits.
The George Hotel has been used over the years as a location for Midsomer murders Used as "the Maid in splendour" pub in "The Maid in Splendour" (2003) The Feathers Hotel in "The house in the woods" (2005) The George Hotel in the "Ballad of Midsomer" (2014)
Dorchester lies at the confluence of the Rivers Thame and Thames, on the Thames Path, and near to Day's Lock, the location for the matchless Pooh Sticks competiton.
High Street, Dorchester on Thames, Oxon OX10 7HH
T: 01865 340404