Olivers of Corfe Castle

Olivers of Corfe Castle


0.5 miles
5 West Street, Corfe Castle, Nr. Wareham, BH20 5HA
This pretty building on West Street was built in 1833 and has been many things in its time, including a tearoom and a greengrocer. Fast-forward 180 years, and it's now home to acclaimed restaurant and guest house, Olivers, which has won two TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence awards in 2014 for its accommodation and food.

We thoroughly enjoyed a satisfying lunch of Caribbean chicken panini with chutney, coconut and fresh mango, and a light and delicious goat's cheese and red onion quiche with warm potatoes and salad. Everything is homemade using local ingredients, and there is a tempting selection of seasonal specials to choose from too. You can wash your meal down with something from the wide range of wines, beers and spirits, or a hot drink, iced coffee, or one of Olivers' indulgent milkshakes. Prices are extremely reasonable considering the high standard of food and service offered here.

Just a stone's throw away from Corfe Castle and near to local attractions such as the breathtaking Jurassic Coast, Studland Bay, and many scenic walking and cycling routes, Olivers is an idyllic and interesting location for a weekend away or an informal lunch. We were impressed with the appealing blend of modern furnishings and original features, and agreed this would be an ideal base from which to explore all this unspoilt area has to offer
+1Olivers of Corfe Castle
Open: Weds-Sun 11am-4pm

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