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Swanage Bay

Swanage Bay

Overlooking Portland and Chesil Beach

Overlooking Portland and Chesil Beach

Colourful poppies in the North Dorset countryside

Colourful poppies in the North Dorset countryside

Views to Christchurch Priory

Views to Christchurch Priory

West Bay Harbour

West Bay Harbour

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  1. Add Chideock and Seatown to your Itinerary

    Chideock and Seatown

    Bridport

    Chideock is a small, hilly village located between Bridport and Lyme Regis. Both Chideock and its neighbouring hamlet, Seatown, have much to offer the visitor.

  2. Add Southwell - Isle of Portland to your Itinerary

    Southwell - Isle of Portland

    Portland's most southerly village made up of quaint quarrymen cottages and new houses with a village pub in the centre. Good point to start exploring the round-island cliff walks. Self catering cottages and The Venue hotel and spa.

  3. Add West Moors to your Itinerary

    West Moors

    Wimborne

    A large village with a modern parade of shops and two village pubs. The village lies on the route of the Castleman Trailway a walking and cycle route which runs from Poole to Ringwood.

  4. Add Poundbury to your Itinerary

    Poundbury

    Dorchester

    Poundbury is an innovative, high density urban extension to Dorchester, designed by Prince Charles.

  5. Add Verwood to your Itinerary

    Verwood

    Wimborne

    A modern town near the New Forest border surrounded by forest and heathland. There are a number of shops and community and leisure facilities and a selection of pubs and restaurants.

  6. Add Stinsford to your Itinerary

    Stinsford

    Dorchester

    A small hamlet, much loved by Hardy, which features in 'Under the Greenwood Tree' and a number of his poems. Hardy’s heart is buried in the churchyard here next to his wives, Emma and Florence plus other members of his family.

  7. Add Poole to your Itinerary

    Poole

    4 High Street, Poole

    Poole is home to the second largest natural harbour in the world and is renowned for its watersports. Poole Quay is lined with beautiful merchant houses alongside modern architecture.

  8. Add Broadmayne to your Itinerary

    Broadmayne

    Dorchester

    The village of Broadmayne lines the main road between Dorchester and Wool and has some good brick cottages.

  9. Add Lower Bockhampton to your Itinerary

    Lower Bockhampton

    Dorchester

    Lower Bockhampton is a small hamlet on the River Frome, home to the school where Thomas Hardy first attended as a young boy.

  10. Add Wimborne Minster to your Itinerary

    Wimborne Minster

    Wimborne Minster

    Historic market town with a selection of high street and independent stores, a range of great pubs and cafes and some unique attractions; a wonderful model town, quality crafts centre, museum, market and the charming Minster Church.

    Special Offers

    • Visit the Wimborne Minster Food and Drink Festival on 21st October 2017. Enjoy free events and demonstrations against the beautiful backdrop of Wimborne Minster's streets and courtyards.  For more information visit https://www.foodevents4u.co.uk/

      More offers like this - Eating Out Offers

  11. Add Thorncombe to your Itinerary

    Thorncombe

    Bridport

    Thorncombe lies in the north-west corner of Dorset, bordering both Devon and Somerset and has won a number of village community awards.

  12. Add Sturminster Newton to your Itinerary

    Sturminster Newton

    Sturminster Newton

    A pretty town on the River Stour with working mill and quaint town museum, Sturminster Newton has a rich history and strong links with the dairy and cheese industry, celebrated with the Cheese Festival each September.

  13. Add Chedington to your Itinerary

    Chedington

    Bridport

    Chedington is an attractive village made entirely of rich golden ham stone and commands one of the finest views in Dorset.

  14. Add Morecombelake to your Itinerary

    Morecombelake

    Lyme Regis

    Sitting under Hardown Hill, Morecombelake is the home of Moore’s Biscuit Factory, famous for its Dorset Knob.

  15. Add Bovington and Wool to your Itinerary

    Bovington and Wool

    The Tank Museum, Monkey World and Clouds Hill are found near Bovington.

    Wool is a small, quiet village with it's own train station. Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door, the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and Wareham are within a short distance.

  16. Add Piddletrenthide & Piddlehinton to your Itinerary

    Piddletrenthide & Piddlehinton

    Dorchester

    These small, sweet villages provide a charming base from which to explore Hardy country, whether it be for the literary links or just to enjoy some of England’s best countryside.

  17. Add Sandford Orcas to your Itinerary

    Sandford Orcas

    Sherborne

    Sandford Orcas lies in a valley approximately 2½ miles north of Sherborne and is most well known for its Manor House, rumoured to be haunted by no less than 14 ghosts!

  18. Add Warmwell to your Itinerary

    Warmwell

    Dorchester

    This unpretentious village was once home to the eccentric 17th century prophet, John Sadler, who on his deathbed before witnesses, predicted the Plague, The Great Fire of London and the Monmouth Rebellion.

  19. Add Wyke Regis to your Itinerary

    Wyke Regis

    Weymouth

    Wyke Regis is home to the newly restored Tudor Sandsfoot castle and gardens and the Crab House Cafe at Ferrybridge. Wyke old village has a store and local pubs.

  20. Add Fortuneswell - Isle of Portland to your Itinerary

    Fortuneswell - Isle of Portland

    The main road through to the top of the island has a wide variety of properties, some are small Portland stone cottages that were built on steep slopes. Self catering cottages and B&B's are a short stroll from the National Sailing Academy.