The Quay Inn, Bed & Breakfast
The Quay Inn built in 1747 as the Shovel and the Crown until 1930 and renamed The New Inn until 1988 when renamed The Quay Inn.
The Pub and its En–Suite accommodation is set on the The Quay at Wareham overlooking the river Frome were most days Boats are mooring on their Journeys from Poole Quay and people feed the Swans and Ducks and visit the Saturday morning market. We were nominated for the Top 100 Pubs in England last year.
The pub high quality & a good selection food menu to make your mouth water. Some of what the menu has to offer is cooked on a volcanic rock in front of your eyes, and you can wash it down with high quality real local ales and beers.
The Quay’s En–suite accommodation is set to a high standard with Plasma TV, DVD and free view facilities overlooking the river.
Within a ten mile radius you have such attractions as Monkey World, Corfe Castle, Swanage Steam Railway, Wareham Forest, Wareham Castle and Studland Beach, only but a few interesting places to mention and not forgetting that Wareham was the home of Lawrence of Arabia.
The CoastlinX53 stops at Wareham. Find out more about the Jurassic Coast Bus Service
National Express operates a direct service to Wareham from London, Poole and Bournemouth. They also go to Swanage from Wareham. Contact them on 08705 808080 or visit Traveline for further information.
Wareham is on the main line from London Waterloo to Weymouth. There are hourly connections to London and Southampton. Visit National Rail Enquiries or call 08457 48 49 50
From the A35 just west of Poole take the A351 to Wareham.
From the West take the A352 from Dorchester to Wareham
Dogs welcome in the bar, not In the B&B rooms
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This page was last updated: 30 January 2019