Abbots Bed & Breakfast and Tearoom, Dorchester, Dorset

The Tearoom

Abbots Tearoom in Dorset

Visit our Tearoom and enjoy a traditional Dorset Cream tea with homemade Scones, local Blackmore Vale Clotted cream and delicious Duchy Originals Strawberry Jam whilst watching the comings and goings of this pretty village.

All cakes and biscuits at the Tearoom are homemade by Nicola with a good choice on offer and for those looking for something more substantial you will be tempted by the homemade soup, Tasca's, and light lunches. Where possible, we use local Dorset produce.

Children are welcome and we cater for those smaller appetites with their very own menu. Highchairs are available upon request. We have baby changing facilities in the toilets.

Abbots Tearoom is licensed to sell alcohol and stocks a good range of local beers, ciders & wines.

Abbots Tearoom has a spacious garden for those warmer Dorset days. Dogs are welcome in the garden.

Please click this link to view our latest menu....2018 AUTUMN Menu Main

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Opening Hours

January & February opening Tues to Friday

10am - 3pm

From Feb half term we will be open Tues - Sun 10am - 4pm

The Tearoom

"Yummy Lemon Drizzle Cake, very hospitable..."

We have an ever changing Specials Board - we try to have plenty of choice for vegetarian and vegans.  This dish is Vegan Pasta - stuffed with Quinoa and Spinach and served with a olive oil, pinenut and tarrogan dressing

We serve breakfasts daily, from Poached/Scrambled/Fried eggs on toast to full English Breakfasts - we also do a Vegetarian Breakfast and a Gluten Free Breakfast too...

We make all our own soup daily....this beauty is Spinach & Fennel....usually always vegetarian and can be served with a Gluten Free roll.

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+44(0)1300 341 349

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Abbots, 7 Long Street, Cerne Abbas, Dorchester, Dorset DT2 7JF

Telephone 01300 341 349  |  Email:

Opening Hours

Open 7 days a week.

10am - 4pm

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  1. Cycling in Dorset: Part 2 | A Scotsman in Suburbia on 22nd September 2015 at 9:46 pm

    […] up and over to Cerne. However by the time we arrived in Cerne it was time for lunch. We stopped at Abbots Tea Rooms where they do a really good lunch, reasonably priced, at least to someone used to paying London […]

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