Visiting Gillingham, Dorset on business and need a place to stay?

We continue to meet a fascinating range of guests who are in the Gillingham, Dorset area on business and who want to stay somewhere that has a bit more personality than a chain hotel – but yet which appreciates the need for flexibility when it comes to dealing with business travellers.

In recent weeks,  we’ve hosted guests who work for such a diverse range of entities as the NHS, our local coffee roastery (918 Coffee – check it out in Waitrose!), the National Trust and an international charity, as well as guest speakers and performers at many of our local area schools.

Feedback from 918 Coffee who often use us to host their guests:

“They said they really enjoyed their stay and felt very pampered by you – I really appreciate it.”

And from the guests themselves: “Thank you for a good night’s rest after a busy working day.  A beautiful house with very welcoming hosts.”

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(c) Francis Frith Collection

Some of our locally based companies include Dextra, Sigma, Neal’s Yard and vintage photo company Francis Frith (owner of this lovely photo, taken in 1965,  which shows the road around the corner from ‘Sunflowers’) – so if you have Gillingham, Dorset area based business dealings with these or any other local companies, please do keep us in mind for your accommodation needs.

We offer fast wi-fi as standard and are happy to check you in/out and to serve breakfast at times to suit your business commitments. We also have a private guest dining room where you are welcome to work outside scheduled meal times. Please call Cleo via the link on the page to discuss – and we look forward to meeting you soon.

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