Self Catering Accommodation in Wareham

So you’ve decided that Wareham is your destination – now choose where to stay. Whether it’s a romantic weekend for two, a fun-filled family holiday packed with entertainment or a get-away with friends, there is plenty of choice for all budgets.

Want to get the real countryside experience? Why not stay in a traditional farmhouse on a working farm and see just what it’s like to be a modern day farmer. East Creech Farm House and Cottage is surrounded by rolling hills and woodland and has an indoor heated swimming pool – perfect for a couple’s retreat or a family get-together as they can cater for up to 11 guests.

Golf and activity breaks

Wanting to brush up on your golf skills or aiming for a hole-in-one? Then a golfing holiday could be the answer. You’ll find the Dorset Golf Resort in privately owned woodland with truly peaceful and picturesque surroundings.

Stay in one of their fairy-tale Scandinavian style houses which comes complete with wood-burning stove and sauna. The Resort also has two fully-stocked coarse fishing lakes and nature trails for you to explore the ancient woodland and watch the local wildlife.

Next to the Resort is the Dorset Golf and Country club with two of the most challenging courses in Dorset.

Holiday Parks

More than just your average campsite, our local holiday parks offer swimming pools, entertainment, children’s play areas, games rooms and more. Plus they can arrange or suggest days out and activities for you. It really is the whole package.

Cosy cottages

Whether it’s a weekend break or your annual holiday, a stay in one of our cute and cosy cottages is just what you need to relax and unwind. They’ll have everything you need to make your stay a memorable one and allow the flexibility to come and go as you please.

Some are located in quaint villages or hamlets with country pubs, walking and cycling trails or local beaches and beauty spots that will take your breath away.

Camping and Caravanning

It’s not just about pitching up your tent these days. There is glamping, shepherd’s huts, romany caravans, yurts, tipis or camping pods to choose from. But if you’d rather stick with the traditional sense of camping, there are plenty of campsites to choose from – from the more rustic sites all the way to 5 Star.

But if you’d rather bring your home with you or stay in a static caravan, chalet or lodge, there are plenty of options for you. Or you could rent a retro VW Campervan to tour the area in style.

Things to see and do in Wareham

Now that you’ve chosen where you are going to stay, plan the rest of your holiday to Wareham. Find things to do, where to eat and shop and what events are taking place. 

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