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Tolpuddle

Tolpuddle is a tiny, thatched village by the River Piddle which has become globally famous for the...

Tolpuddle

West Bexington

West Bexington is a small coastal village on the Chesil Beach, between Burton Bradstock and...

Gorselands Apartments

Maiden Newton

Maiden Newton is a pleasant blend of old and new buildings surrounded by AONB land, located on the...

Lancombe Country Cottages

Osmington

Osmington is a smart, well preserved village with grey stone cottages, narrow lanes and bright...

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  1. Add Tolpuddle to your Itinerary

    Tolpuddle

    Dorchester

    Tolpuddle is a tiny, thatched village by the River Piddle which has become globally famous for the story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs.

  2. Add West Bexington to your Itinerary

    West Bexington

    Bridport

    West Bexington is a small coastal village on the Chesil Beach, between Burton Bradstock and Abbotsbury surrounded by National Trust land.

  3. Add Maiden Newton to your Itinerary

    Maiden Newton

    Dorchester

    Maiden Newton is a pleasant blend of old and new buildings surrounded by AONB land, located on the confluence of the Rivers Frome and Hooke.

  4. Add Osmington to your Itinerary

    Osmington

    Dorchester

    Osmington is a smart, well preserved village with grey stone cottages, narrow lanes and bright gardens. Carved into the chalk hillside nearby is a figure of George III on horseback, cut to commemorate the Royal visits to Weymouth.

  5. Add Cerne Abbas to your Itinerary

    Cerne Abbas

    Dorchester

    Cerne Abbas is a charming and quaint village that is world renowned for the Cerne Giant, a 180 ft high ancient chalk figure carved out into the steep sloping hillside above the village.

  6. Add Corscombe to your Itinerary

    Corscombe

    Bridport

    Corscombe lies in lovely wooded country north of Beaminster with its main street climbing up the chalk hillside. It commands splendid views over Somerset from the upper road and is one of the most peaceful parts of Dorset.

  7. Add Symondsbury to your Itinerary

    Symondsbury

    Bridport

    Symondsbury is a large, pretty village of golden sandstone, known for its iconic landmark – Colmers Hill, which is featured extensively on postcards of the area and is the subject of many atmospheric photographs.

  8. Add Higher Bockhampton to your Itinerary

    Higher Bockhampton

    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.

  9. Add East and West Lulworth to your Itinerary

    East and West Lulworth

    West Lulworth, Wareham

    The Lulworth Estate is situated in south west Purbeck. The scenery around the area is stunning, with the estate boasting some of the most dramatic features of Purbeck and also forms part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.

  10. Add Broadwindsor to your Itinerary

    Broadwindsor

    Bridport

    A large village made up of period houses and pretty cottages. A popular craft and design centre is situated nearby.

  11. Add Woodsford to your Itinerary

    Woodsford

    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.

  12. Add Poundbury to your Itinerary

    Poundbury

    Dorchester

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

  13. Add Bere Regis to your Itinerary

    Bere Regis

    Bere Regis is found in north west Purbeck District between Dorchester and Poole and is a short distance to the villages of Moreton and Bovington. The beautiful Athelhampton House is just a short drive away on the edge of Puddletown village.

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  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 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.

  16. Add Toller Pocorum to your Itinerary

    Toller Pocorum

    Bridport

    Toller Pocurum is a popular little village which nestles in a beautiful area of environmentally sensitive land.

  17. Add Frampton to your Itinerary

    Frampton

    Dorchester

    A quirky village with many attractive cottages.

  18. Add Langton Herring to your Itinerary

    Langton Herring

    Dorchester

    This picturesque, rural village has a quaint appearance, with a number of original thatched cottages from the 17th and 18th century and four listed buildings.

  19. 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.

  20. 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.