The Re-opening of The Trooper Inn
We are excited to announce that we will be re-opening on Monday 12th April.
On Monday 12th April there will be a celebratory re-opening from 5pm to 8ish. (Drinks only).
Please book your table in advance!
We are open for meals from Wednesday 14th April.
See bottom of website for our new opening hours and food times.
All subject to Covid-19 guidelines and of course the weather; outside table service only for Rule of 6 or 2 households per table.
We continue to offer Trooper Takeaways for all our meals.
We thank you all for your amazing support in these difficult times and wish you the very best for 2021.
Kindest regards, The Troopers xx
These days and times are only applicable up to 17th May 2021.
After this date we hope to be able to offer table service inside the pub with Rule of 6 or 2 households applicable and increase our opening hours, again subject to Covid-19 guidelines at that time.
Hidden away in the pretty village of Stourton Caundle in the Blackmore Vale, The Trooper Inn is a traditional pub dating from the 17th century – yet with a modern feel.
Off the beaten track, on a quiet village lane, The Trooper Inn is a well kept secret in the heart of the north Dorset countryside – with real ales, good food and great atmosphere!
We have a separate function room with its own bar which, in previous times, was a cider house.
Visitors will find our pub friendly, welcoming and cosy – home from home.
Our CAMRA award-winning pub has a relaxed atmosphere for you to sample our selection of real ales, gins, wines - and more.Dine in comfort with our wholesome meals, light lunches and cream teas, freshly-prepared in The Trooper Kitchen.We now have a beautiful courtyard to the rear of the pub, in addition to our gardens at the front and side.Meet Trooper the dog - otherwise known as our big ball of fluff. And bring your own too! We're a dog-friendly pub.Horses sometimes visit us.And we have friendly neighbours.
In the heart of undiscovered Dorset!
There is a sense of timelessness, surrounded by nature, with the ancient Dorset coastline an hour’s drive away.
From the Napoleonic Wars to Enid Blyton, the village is rich in history.We are close to areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Special Scientific Interest, with a diversity of wildlife.
And in the summer, our swallows and martins are a delight to watch while sitting outside with a pint.We are about an hour's drive from the sea. The dramatic coastline is a World Heritage Site, with sandy coves, dog-friendly beaches, cliff walks, cycle trails and the wilder Chesil Beach and Portland Bill.