Our chefs use as many local ingredients and suppliers as possible, your dining experience will be one to remember.
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We know that you want the most important day of your lives to be a perfect memory – our aim is to make this dream come true.
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If you are planning a conference, business meeting or training day, we would be delighted to take care of your needs.
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An ideal location to enjoy all the sporting facilities from Southern Counties Leisure
Our hotel is ideally situated to enjoy the facilities provided by Southern Counties Leisure, including clay shooting and go karting.
Southern Counties Shooting
‘Southern Counties Shooting’ is now the largest shooting ground in the country. As well as the serious competitor, they cater for novices under the guidance of qualified instructors.
Clay Pigeon Raceway
‘The Clay Pigeon Raceway’ is a professional kart racing centre with a 815 metre circuit hosting regular British and national Championships. They also offer the opportunity for the novice to experience the speed, excitement and drama of kart racing.
A warm welcome awaits you at the George Albert Hotel
The George Albert Hotel is a private, family owned hotel located in the rolling Dorset countryside. Offering all the modern facilities you would expect from a new hotel, it still retains a distinctive friendly atmosphere.
Situated on the A37, between the county towns of Yeovil and Dorchester. The air conditioned, purpose built hotel opened in 2010 and was designed and equipped to fulfil a variety of purposes. These not only include providing quality accommodation with 39 beautiful en-suite bedrooms, but also to be an ideal venue to hold wedding functions, business meetings, corporate events and conferences.
Olympic Gold Medailist shooter Peter Wilson presents AA Rosette award
During 2013, the Hotel was awarded a prestigous AA Rosette, an award that the whole team at the George Albert Hotel are very proud of. The AA quote the following: "Of all the restaurants across the UK, approximately 10% are of a standard which is worthy of 1 Rosette and above. This is indeed a huge achievement and something not to be underestimated." General Manager Jason Hambleton said "we've been improving for the past 2 years, and trying to earn this honour. A lot of hard work went into securing this and everyone here is delighted."
Jason also said "Peter Wilson trains very nearby to us and has watched us develop into the place we are today." "We had a small do and enjoyed Champagne and Canapes made by Head Chef Andy Pike, without whom the award would not have been won. The next step is trying to get 2 Rosettes." Picture Shows (L - R) GM Jason Hambleton, Head Chef Andy Pike, Gold Medalist Peter Wilson, and Owners Michele and Barry Crook. Please click for larger image.
With a range of packages and a flexible ground floor layout we can cater for the smallest of parties to the largest (approx 350 people). We also believe its all about YOU, so speak to us about tailoring your day.
Our informal lounge and 2 licensed bars are a perfect place to relax, enjoy the views with a drink, a variety of snacks and cooked food. If you fancy something a little more special then take a peek at our Kings Restaurant menu.
All of our bedrooms are a good size, tastefully decorated and comprise a modern en-suite to provide all the comforts of a modern hotel, with a little dash of luxury to make your stay with us – a special one.
Out & About
Within a short drive you can visit picturesque country villages with their traditional pubs, Dorset’s celebrated Jurassic Coast – great for fossil hunting with the kids, wonderful sandy beaches and many towns, both large and small.
- Cheddar Caves
- Cricket St Thomas
- Abbotsbury Swannery &
- Jurassic Coast
- Dorset Towns & Villages
- Bovington Tank Museum
- The Fleet Air Arm Museum,