Close to areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Special Scientific Interest, our diverse region is host to a wide variety of wildlife.
OttersOtters can be seen in the River Stour. They have even been spotted by camera in our village! They were investigating food & water bowls, presumably having travelled along the village stream.
Red SquirrelsBe enchanted by the red squirrels on a day out to Brown Sea Island.
Wild GoatsThere are even wild goats to be easily spotted at Cheddar Gorge.
An hour's drive away.
NightingalesYou might not see these shy visitors, but in the Spring you can hear nightingales at nearby Alners Gorse Reserve, and you can find rare butterflies and moths all summer long.
DolphinsYou might be lucky enough to spot dolphins off the coastline at Portland Bill.
Mute Swan ColonyYou are sure to see flocks of swans at Abbotsbury Swannery near Chesil Beach. In the Springtime, you will see the baby cygnets too.
Roe DeerWatch out for our native roe deer as you are driving around the lanes. A joy to see, they can also be a driving hazard.
HedgehogsOn a summer's evening, you might hear the strange huffing of hedgehogs. They are not very shy and are easy to spot, once you know they are there.
Mondays - closed except for bank holidays & private functions Tuesdays - 6pm to close Wednesdays - 6pm to close Thursdays - 6pm to close Fridays - 6pm to 11pm Saturdays - 12.30pm to 2.30pm; 5.30pm to 11pm Sundays - 12.30pm to close
Mondays - closed except for bank holidays & private functions Tuesdays - Pizza Night with Dan the Bakerman: 6pm to 9pm Wednesdays - Village Hot Pot: 6pm to 8.00pm Thursdays - kitchen closed Fridays - Fish & Chips Night: 6pm to 8.00pm Saturdays - Light Lunches: 12.30pm to 2pm & Burger Night: 5.30pm to 8.00pm Sundays - Light Lunches: 12.30pm to 2.30pm
The Trooper Inn ⚬ Stourton Caundle ⚬ Dorset ⚬ DT10 2JW
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