Are you dreaming of a staycation in one of the most expensive hotels in Dorset? 

With marble bathrooms, grand wood-burning fireplaces and Michelin starred restaurants, these hotel rooms have it all.. If you can afford to stay there. 

Here are some of the most expensive Dorset hotels on to visit:

Summer Lodge Country House Hotel

Duplex suite


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You could get the self-described 'celebrity treatment' at the Summer Lodge Country House Hotel in their Duplex Suite if you are willing to splurge £495 for one night. 

The Georgian manor house is set amongst four acres of landscaped gardens in the picturesque village of Evershot.

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A real look into the lives of the rich and famous, this five star hotel has a fine dining restaurant, indoor swimming pool, hot tub and sauna. There is also a fitness centre, tennis courts, croquet lawn and treatment rooms.

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The duplex suite is a stunning two bedroom residence with a beautifully designed bathroom with roll top bath. 

Sounds pretty incredible but would you pay more than the average weeks wage to stay here?

The Priory Hotel 

Superior double room


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The Priory Hotel is nestled within 4 acres of English cottage gardens beside the River Frome.

With indulgence oozing out of this hotel their wine cellar features 200 vintages - talk about posh.

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If you don't mind forking out £320 for a night away then you could be in for a real treat with an extra-large double bed in a gorgeous room. 

The homely rooms have en suites and complimentary bathrobes and slippers, so you can really relax like royalty. 

Moonfleet Manor

Deluxe family suite


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Overlooking Chesil Beach and the Fleet Lagoon, this Georgian manor hotel has an award-winning restaurant and spa treatments.

If you're happy to spend more than the average Brit's weekly wage to have a night away with your family then maybe you could visit the Moonfleet Manor

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The £499 a night family suite is very spacious and has one large double bedroom and an open plan lounge area or a spearate sleeping area for children. 

The hotel interior design is very traditional and perhaps outdated to the average pauper. 

All prices are correct at the time of publishing for a one night stay on Saturday 14 November 2020 (Moonfleet Manor is accurate for Friday 2 October 2020). 

Which hotel room is your favourite? Let us know in the comments.