Welcome to Gold Court House
Anthea and Michael Hipwell have
been looking after guests for many years. Their aim is to maintain a high standard of hospitality and service. We look forward to welcoming you to stay for Bed and Breakfast when visiting South Dorset and the Isle of Purbeck.
Gold Court House is a Georgian town house, rebuilt after the Great Fire of Wareham in 1762, on the foundations
of the 13th Century goldsmith's house. The present house lends itself to accommodate six guests in double or twin bedded rooms all with private bathrooms and with a lovely walled garden adding a peaceful and comfortable atmosphere.
Wareham is an ideal place to stay for bed and breakfast, a small market town with much ancient history, but with many cafes, restaurants and galleries within walking distance. Nearby are the magnificent Jurassic Coastline, beautiful beaches, Poole Harbour and Dorset heathland on England's first natural World Heritage site.