Your hosts, Ted and Beverly Clayton
and Beverly’s sister Alison, came to Mortons House
in October 2000 and since then have upgraded all aspects
to the current standard.
Just so that you know who’s
who; Beverly and Alison are sisters and Ted is married
to Bev. Their daughters are all involved in the business
between their studies!
We are pleased that ‘Visit Britain’ has yet
again awarded the hotel a ‘Gold’ standard.
We are equally delighted that we have maintained our
2 Rosettes from the AA for the 10th consecutive year,
for Fine Dining. Our chefs are a very accommodating bunch!
Any special requests are welcomingly received with 24
Our wish is that you enjoy your stay with us in a relaxed
atmosphere. If there is anything you wish, please do
ask and we will be only too pleased to help!
Mortons House is one of the earliest
in Corfe and perhaps the finest. Dating back to circa
1590, the house was originally known as 'Dacombs', after
William was a wealthy gentleman owning
many plots of land and the Dacomb family themselves
were prominent citizens of the village of Corfe.
was extended in 1666, probably with stone taken from
the ruined Castle. Inherited by John Morton in 1712,
the house was then passed to the Bond family through
Mortons House was once linked by underground
tunnels to Corfe Castle. The imposing entrance
the original minster stone fireplace and leads
to a magnificent oak-panelled drawing room, lined with
which were carved by Indonesian sailors.