B&B review: La Fosse in Cranborne, Devon, is in Hardy country and something to write home about

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Travel Insider 🔵 YOUR UPDATES TODAY 🔵 Lizzie Enfield checked into La Fosse in Cranborne, which Thomas Hardy based his fictional Wessex town of Chaseborough on. The B&B has six individually decorated rooms.

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Run by chef-patron Mark Hartstone and his French wife Emmanuelle, their background of working in hotels around the world (they met at the five-star Chewton Glen in Hampshire) is evident in the standard of food and service, which they make appear effortless.


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