Guessing the location of this old photo is probably the toughest challenge we've posed to date!

The building is in a rural location with a stream in front of it.

As usual it's from the Andy Hutchings collection and is a place many readers will be familiar with.

This public building is in a Dorset village and had a cottage opposite it called Myrtle Cottage, which had a model in its garden which became an attraction in its own right!

The cottage had a model of the Dorset coastline - the work of Mr Donald Harbour. He built it round the edge of his lily pond and it was an impression of the coastline from Portland Bill to Swanage, featuring the many little bays and coves and white cliffs.

This village, which is close to Weymouth, was also home to one of Dorset's well known brewers.

If you guessed that this building was a pub then you've done well.

In fact, this pub started life in the 1890s as a hotel. Before then, this village actually had two pubs, neither of which exist today.

If you guessed that this was an old picture of the Springhead pub at Sutton Poyntz, then well done! You have excellent knowledge of the local area.

Here's a picture of how the pub looks today.

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And here's a picture of the beautiful village the Springhead is situated in, Sutton Poyntz.

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