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Glowing Review in The Telegraph for Wooden Cabbage

Published on: 28th September 2010
By Alacrify



Glowing Review in The Telegraph for Wooden Cabbage

This Summer Martyn and Susie Lee's gorgeous Dorset bed and breakfast was featured in a brilliant review by The Telegraph's Fiona Duncan. (Their B&B is called "Wooden Cabbage" after the local name for stunted oak trees.)

She writes, "If there were an Oscar for service in this sector of the industry, no one would deserve it more than Susie and Martyn Lee. Hardly surprising that they tell me their establishment is being used more and more as a hotel than a fleeting b & b, with guests wanting to linger after breakfast and return in time for tea."

You can read the full story here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/hotels/ukhotels/7846019/Wooden-Cabbage-Dorset-hotel-review.html#disqus_thread

Wooden Cabbage Bed and Breakfast in Dorset

This autumn we've updated their site to mention the review and also to add in a new series of photographs of the house's interiors. In particular there are two new pictures of the bedrooms that really show the stunning quality of the accommodation.

They also asked for a few more textual changes here and there to improve their local eateries' listings and freshen up their guest book comments.

Do take a mo to visit their site - and if you've time book a  stay in this wonderful part of the country. www.woodencabbage.co.uk

 

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