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West Bay Harbour

West Bay Harbour

Beautiful Christchurch Harbour

Beautiful Christchurch Harbour

Overlooking Portland and Chesil Beach

Overlooking Portland and Chesil Beach

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  1. 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.

  2. Add Charmouth to your Itinerary

    Charmouth

    Lyme Regis

    Charmouth is a friendly and traditional village situated at the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast, an ancient coastline of dramatic cliffs, fossils and beautiful scenery.

  3. Add Castletown - Isle of Portland to your Itinerary

    Castletown - Isle of Portland

    Castletown is popular with divers and is steeped in military history. The Tudor fortress, Portland Castle is well worth a visit and it's just a short stroll to the National Sailing academy.

  4. Add Portesham to your Itinerary

    Portesham

    South Walks House, Dorchester

    A pleasant village, sheltered beneath the 776 ft Blackdown Hill on which the iconic Hardy's Monument stands.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. Add Kimmeridge to your Itinerary

    Kimmeridge

    This small hamlet is humble yet dramatic with great cliffs and a beautiful bay. It is famous for its fossil finds which regularly fall from the unstable rock face and its unique geology means that it is home to many interesting marine creatures.

  9. 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.

  10. Add Sutton Poyntz to your Itinerary

    Sutton Poyntz

    South Walks House, Dorchester

    Sutton Poyntx is picture-postcard pretty with a village pub overlooking the duckpond.

  11. Add Abbotsbury to your Itinerary

    Abbotsbury

    Bridport

    Abbotsbury is a popular, pretty, picture-postcard village steeped in history and surrounded by spectacular scenery.

  12. Add Fleet to your Itinerary

    Fleet

    Dorchester

    A small, pretty, romantic village situated on the Fleet lagoon, setting for the famous novel 'Moonfleet' by J Meade Falkner, a stirring tale of smugglers in the 18th century.

  13. Add Buckland Newton to your Itinerary

    Buckland Newton

    South Walks Road, Dorchester

    Buckland Newton is an average sized village which sits at the head of the Blackmoor Vale and lies amongst lush AONB meadow land and gentle hills.

  14. Add Higher Bockhampton to your Itinerary

    Higher Bockhampton

    South Walks Road, Dorchester

    Higher Bockhampton is a tiny hamlet on the edge of Puddletown Heath containing the woodland cottage where Thomas Hardy was born on 2nd June 1840.

  15. Add Cattistock to your Itinerary

    Cattistock

    South Walks Road, Dorchester

    Known by many as the “knob-throwing village”, Cattistock’s recent rise to fame is thanks to a peculiar tournament of the same name held annually in the village.

  16. Add Shaftesbury to your Itinerary

    Shaftesbury

    Shaftesbury

    Saxon hilltop town with famous Gold Hill and stunning views. Visit the abbey ruins and gardens, Gold Hill Museum or browse old-fashioned shops and stores.

  17. Add Hooke to your Itinerary

    Hooke

    Dorchester

    The quiet village of Hooke is tucked away in the Dorset Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Close by is Eggardon Hill Fort and the historic town of Beaminster.

  18. Add Charminster to your Itinerary

    Charminster

    South Walks Road, Dorchester

    Charminster is a small village 2 miles north of Dorchester full of delightful traditional cottages and possesses a typical Old English feel.

  19. Add Woodsford to your Itinerary

    Woodsford

    South Walks Road, Dorchester

    Woodsford lies to the east of Dorchester in the Frome Valley. The young Thomas Hardy assisted with convernsions to the manor house here and it was on the strength of these that he was offered an architectural apprenticeship with John Hicks.

  20. Add Wareham to your Itinerary

    Wareham

    Wareham

    Wareham is a curious and fascinating town. It has a history that goes back nearly 2000 years; flourishing in Saxon times and was a strategic stronghold for King Alfred the Great.

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