Queen Anne House

Portland, Dorset

Queen Anne House is a guest house located in Portland. A particularly splendid example of English domestic architecture, Queen Anne House was built by Thomas Gilbert in 1710 from Portland stone at a time when Sir Christopher Wren had initiated its use extensively in the re-building of London after the great fire.

Local dining options close to Queen Anne House include Miss Piggy’s Pantry, Daniels, Cafe India, and The Cove House Inn.

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2-4 Fortuneswell

Tel: 0(130) 582-0028


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