Acorn Inn Venue Hire DT2

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Acorn Inn, DT2

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Acorn Inn Skittle Alley, DT2

Acorn Inn Venue Hire DT2

Details:
Address:
28 Fore Street, Evershot, Dorset, DT2 0JW
Map Location
Nearest transport link:
Yeovil Junction
Type of events
TypeCapacity
Reception
Seated dinner
Outside space
Conference

The Acorn Inn, in the picturesque village of Evershot in the heart of the Dorset countryside is an award winning 16th century property and is part of The Red Carnation Hotel Collection.

With original historical character and charm, complete with old beams, oak panelling and flagstone floors, The Acorn offers 2 private function rooms seating a maximum of 60 and 24 respectively.

The Inn also has two bars and an award-winning restaurant serving a range of exceptional seasonal dishes winning Gold in the Taste of the West Awards 2015 and Best Dorset Pub in the South West Tourism Awards 2015.

The restaurant features smartly laid tables, terracotta tiles, soft lighting and an elegant stone fireplace carved with oak leaves and acorns while mouthwatering dishes make inspired use of the finest produce from local and sustainable sources. The bars serve a range of drinks and traditional ales – the perfect place to relax in comfort.

The skittle alley gives the opportunity for some fun teambuilding too!

In addition there are ten individually designed en-suite bedrooms with complimentary wifi, telephones, tea & coffee and homemade shortbread.

Comfort, style, exemplary personal service and country charm all at your disposal.

Further information

Skittle alley – A lovely big room with dark wooden floors, beamed ceiling and striped upholstery. It is transformed into an elegant function room for a variety of uses such as meetings, teambuilding and social functions. It can seat up to 60 in a variety of configurations. It has a data projector and screen and we can provide flipcharts and other necessary equipment.

 

Lounge – A smaller, more intimate function room filled with character. It used to be used by Judge Jeffreys to hold court in the 1670’s. It can be used for more informal meetings with comfortable sofas and chairs or can seat up to 24 on a rectangular table.