Tyneham - Room 8

Our largest of rooms able to sleep a family of 4 (Double + 2 Singles) in bright and airy surroundings. This en-suite room on the second floor, features include flat screen Digital T.V, hospitality tray, double wardrobe and bedside cabinets. The modern en-suite shower room has a large walk-in power shower, wash basin with hot and cold (drinking) water and a toilet.

Family Room – Sleeps 4

A double, single and chair bed are provided to allow up to 4 people to sleep in comfort in our largest room. This room also makes a perfect double / twin dues to its size.

Central Heating

Extra blankets provided, plus fans to cool in the warmer months

Local Information

Information about the local area, places to eat and our guesthouse. We also have a selection of leaflets, maps and brochures which can be borrowed or used by guests.

Hair Dryer

Towels

Hand and Bath towels are provided. If you would like fresh towels each day then just leave them in the shower and we will replace them.

Hospitality Tray

Clipper Tea, Coffee and Hot Chocolate, Herbal Tea, bottle of filtered water plus a Borders luxury biscuit are provided and replenished each day.

High speed free WiFi

High speed free WiFi is available in all rooms of our guesthouse. Millbrook is connected to the internet using BT Infinity ensuring you a fast and reliable internet.

32 inch Samsung Smart TV

Large TV including YouView Catch Up service and internet

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£94/night
‘Large Family’ Double Occupancy
  • 2 person occupancy
  • Breakfast included
less £5 per person/night
‘Room Only’
  • Room Only (No Breakfast)
  • Deduct £5 per person per night from room rate
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less £8 per night
Single Occupancy
  • Deduct £8 per night from room rate

Tyneham

Tyneham: A deserted village near the picturesque Worbarrow Bay which was taken over in the second world war and used for training and is still used to this day as a live firing range. Take a walk to Worbarrow Bay from Tyneham and try to spot the tank wreckage and targets. View the wikipedia page here or read about Dorsets Ghost Village on the BBC website here.