|A nice local museum well worth a visit if you are in the area. It has a fair few display cases containing prehistoric artefacts, not all with a location marked as they've come from collections...
||28th April 2011ce|
|This is a lovely B&B less than a km from Castle Fraser. Eleanor & Jim were very friendly and interested in hearing about the circles. Its reasonably priced at 50quid for a double for 2 people for 1 night. Breakfast was a hearty well-cooked breakfast combined with a lovely view of Mither Tap and visits from a woodpecker who lives in the Castle Fraser woods.
Its well placed for RSC visiting with Inverurie less than 5 miles away.
|9th December 2006ce|
|A lovely "local" pub with a huge beer garden that is situated on the b road from Weymouth to Abbotsbury.
The drinks are slightly overpriced for the area (£2+ a pint) but not so much as to inhibit the flow of alcohol down my throat. The food is gorgeous, though again costs slightly more than I'd like to pay (about £7-8 for a main meal). However they do a fine line in steaks, hitting the bloody side of rare superbly.
During the day the pub is quiet and has a fair share of locals and tourists. By the evening most of the tourists go home but the locals are very friendly and this is a really nice pub to get absolutely blotto in.
It has a pool table, table football and darts. Also several quiet little corners, a dining area and on a saturday night someones dad djing in the corner with his mobile disco.
|8th July 2002ce|
|Marked as Marsh Farm on the OS map (and multimap).
This is a cheery little campsite with half its area devoted to caravans, most of whom seem to be fixed, which gives the site a very friendly family atmosphere.
It has toilets, showers, washing machines & sinks. Also a little camp shop. We paid £8 / night for 2 ppl in early July 2002, though they do vary their prices according to the season.
The location of the site is fantastic for exploring the megaliths nearby; The Hellstone is within an hours walk, Hampton / Portesham Down Circle, The Grey Mare & Kingston Russell circle are all within a days walking. Plus Abbotsbury is only 3 miles away and Chesil beach a further 2 miles beyond that.
|8th July 2002ce||
Default Location: Bullring
Likely activities: Wandering, computering, fathering
Identifying physical deformities: Long hair, likes to wear black, unkempt facial hair
Identifying mental deformities: Belligerence, stone stroking, smiling
Peculiar Listening habits: Radio5, trad goth, drum and bass, dubstep, noise
Least likely to say: lets bosh a road through that henge
Most likely to say: oi stop boshing a road through that henge
Favourite website: Heritage Action