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Breakfast In Style

Breakfast with locally sourced produce

Our Rooms

We have 4 individually decorated rooms providing a calm and comfortable environment in which to relax. Each of the King size ensuite rooms is equipped with a 32 inch HD, Free view Television. A Blue Ray DVD player and an extensive range of DVD’s suitable for all ages is available on request. The single room with private bathroom has a 20-inch TV with built in DVD player. Our hospitality trays include a selection of Fair Trade teas, Hot chocolate and ground coffee. We offer a variety of breakfast choices and we cater for those with special dietary requirements. badger1

St Leonards History

St Leonards Farmhouse is a grade 2 listed building. Located 15m back from the B3082 and near the centre of Blandford forum it typifies a late 18th Century Georgian Farmhouse thus displaying the architecture expected of its period with its slate roof and wide eaves.


Blandford Forum

Blandford has been a fording point since Anglo-Saxon times, when it was recorded as Blaen-y-ford and as Blaneford in the Domesday Book, meaning ford of the river of blay, or bleak (Alburnus alburnus). By the 13th century it had become an important market town with a livestock market serving the nearby Blackmore Vale with its many dairy farms. The Latin word Forum, meaning market, was recorded in 1540. There is still a weekly outdoor market and a bi-weekly indoor market held in the Corn Exchange. badger1