Dorset is a county that attracts and welcomes thousands of visitors every week, growing in number all the time. Like you, they are keen to experience and enjoy the Jurassic Coast, the hills and valleys, castles and wildlife locals love too. Take all the hassle out of planning a walking route and…Read More
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Thomas Hardy, Enid Blyton, Ian McEwan, John Meade Faulkner, Jane Austen, John Fowles: Dorset has more than its fair share of bookish connections, so it’s no wonder that several book festivals have grown up around this literary heritage. Here, the Good Hotel Guide has paired some of its favourite…Read More
Halloween is the time of year when the supernatural are at their most hair-raising and spine-chilling. Feel your skin crawl as you stand amidst ghostly occupants of Dorset’s spooky pubs, stately homes and historic buildings where paranormal activity haunts the grounds and current residents. A…Read More
Lyme Regis is a fabulous place to visit with so much going on and things to do aplenty so we thought we’d help you plan your time by giving you our top 10 things to do in Lyme Regis! 1. Beach Days Lyme Regis boasts some fantastic family beaches so pack up your bucket and spade and get ready for some…Read More
Swanage is the perfect getaway destination for all seasons. Swanage is located on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset and is the Eastern Gateway for exploring the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. Visit the award winning and family friendly Swanage beach Popular with all generations and evoking…Read More
Have you ever watched your favourite show and been blown away by the scenery? Or maybe you’ve vowed to book your next holiday to that beautiful beach you’ve seen on the big screen? If you’re nodding your head in agreement, then you’re amongst thousands of tourists that have travelled specifically to…Read More
The county town of Dorchester is located at the heart of Dorset. It has a long history dating from Neolithic times through to the Iron Age, the Romans and civil wars. Its thriving town centre and pretty riverside walks make it a great place for a long weekend or short break. If you happen to be here…Read More
Day 1 The picturesque market town of Wimborne is set in the lush water meadows of the rivers Stour and Allen and is most famous for Wimborne Minster which houses the fascinating Chained Library. During your day here, make sure to visit The Treasures of Wimborne, which are unique attractions…Read More
Often forgotten by the thousands of visitors attracted to Dorset’s famous Jurassic coastline, in the northern half of Dorset there lies a beautiful and largely untouched rural landscape waiting to be explored. Just forty minutes from the sea, North Dorset is filled with chocolate-box pretty…Read More
A great way to discover Dorset's famous Jurassic Coast is on a guided tour. Martin runs Jurassic Coast Guides and his enthusiasm for his work is infectious and his knowledge captivates and inspires everyone, learn more about his story and guiding services here... Where it all began, my story As an…Read More
So summer is just around the corner, and you look like you need a holiday! And unless you’ve...
A great way to discover Dorset's famous Jurassic Coast is on a guided tour. Martin runs...