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Moonfleet Manor


An impressive Georgian manor with a fascinating history, perched on Dorset's Jurassic coastline

Ideal for

Babies Toddlers Kids & pre-teens Teenagers

Book your stay at Moonfleet Manor

From days spent wandering the South West Coast Path and soaking up Dorset’s sea air – to child-free spa pampering and peaceful post-dinner drinks – you’ll end each day in luxury at Moonfleet.

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What we think

"It is a home from home, the staff are excellent, friendly and sooo helpful. The facilities for those with kids are amazing, we desperately needed some child free time and were very happy to leave our little one with the fantastic staff at the creche and enjoy a spa treatment and a quiet afternoon tea by the fire (bliss)."

Reviewed by

Jenny & family

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Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Baby listening Baby listening
  • Swimming pool Swimming pool
  • Farm animals Farm animals
  • Indoor play room Indoor play room
  • Babysitting Babysitting
  • Spa Spa
  • Restaurant Restaurant
  • Wifi Wifi
  • Kids club / creche Kids club / creche
  • Outdoor play equipment Outdoor play equipment


Eating at Moonfleet Manor


Eating at Moonfleet Manor


Eating at Moonfleet Manor


Ground floor rooms and lifts are available.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

The nearest train station is Weymouth, approximately seven miles away and from London the journey time is 2.5 hours. Taxis are available at the station if needed.

By air

Bournemouth airport is just over an hour’s drive away (approximately 40 miles). Exeter airport, to the west, is only a little further (just over 50 miles).

By road

From the South accessible via the A35 for Dorchester and A354 Weymouth. From the West, take the B3157, passing through Abbotsbury.

About the owners

We are part of the Luxury Family Hotel Group

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • Dinosaurland is one of the best collections of fossils in the southwest. See creatures from 200 million years ago, as well as exotic exhibits from around the world. The museum’s collection includes real Chinese dinosaurs, a Russian cave bear and a 73kg lump of dinosaur dung!

  • On sunny days, there’s a whole coast-full of wonderful beaches to explore: nearby Weymouth is a classic seaside resort with donkey rides, deckchairs on the prom and ice cream aplenty, while there are a wealth of rocky coves and secluded beaches along the coast.

  • Weymouth Sea Life adventure park, with more than 1,000 creatures to discover, an amazing underwater tunnel to walk through, a rock pool adventure and children’s rides, offers a full day’s family entertainment! Visit the rainforest display and see if you can spot the blue poison dart frogs.

  • The famous Portland Bill lighthouse stands 153ft high at the very top of the island. Surrounded by spectacular views, it makes the perfect spot for blustery winter walks. Pop into the Trinity House visitor centre to learn more about the lighthouse keepers that once lived here.

  • Just 45 minutes away by car is the famed ‘Jurassic coast’, where ancient life can be glimpsed through layers of rock. Charmouth and Lyme Regis are great places to spend a day searching for fossil ammonites, sea creatures, or even a dinosaur.