Maiden Newton Bed and Breakfast is an ideal stopover point on all kinds of travels.
In addition to the accommodation we provide, our popular village Café is located directly below, with a wide range of other amenities that will cover all your requirements during your stay, including a historic church, village stores, pub and a petrol station, with all being surrounded by beautiful rolling West Dorset hills.
If your interest is to pull on some comfy shoes and go for a stroll amongst the scenic surroundings, then the village of Maiden Newton certainly caters for you.
For the Macmillan Way, we are the first/last stop on your journey depending on whether you are heading out of or into the county, on the 290 mile route between Abbotsbury in Dorset and Boston in Lancashire.
The Wessex Ridgeway is a popular route crossing the heartland of the Dorset and offers many breathtaking views of the county.
No.64 Café is a regular haunt for local cycling clubs on various routes through the village. Our Bed and Breakfast accommodation is an ideal solution for those who wish to rest their weary legs a bit longer! Your bike will also be safe, in our secure storage area.
Maiden Newton is situated on the A356 between Crewkerne and Dorchester. Easy access to the A37, and a short drive to the large town of Yeovil provides a link with the main A303. The village also benefits from train and bus services, with Maiden Newton Railway Station being a stop on the Heart of Wessex Line, which runs a regular service to Bristol, Bath, Dorchester (10 mins) and Weymouth (20 mins to the beach and Olympic Sailing events). For more information, visit the village websites Transport page.