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Corfe Castle village

Corfe Castle village

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Abbotsbury

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

Credit Mark Simons

Winterborne Came

Winterborne Came is a small rural parish located 2 miles south of Dorchester and is well known for...

Winterborne Came

Morecombelake

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

Morecombelake

Symondsbury

Symondsbury is a large, pretty village of golden sandstone, known for its iconic landmark – Colmers...

Colmers Hill - Copyright James Loveridge

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  1. Add Cerne Abbas to your Itinerary

    Cerne Abbas

    South Walks Road, 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Add Eype to your Itinerary

    Eype

    Bridport

    Situated just West of Bridport on the Jurassic Coast, Eype has been described as one of West Dorset’s most beautiful villages.

  6. Add Burton to your Itinerary

    Burton

    Burton , Christchurch

    Burton is a village in Christchurch. It has a strong community feel with a village green as the hub. The Green has a local shop, doctors surgery and 2 churches. They have a yearly veterans parade and scouts carnival.

  7. 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!

  8. Add Kingston, Worth Matravers & Langton Matravers to your Itinerary

    Kingston, Worth Matravers & Langton Matravers

    Kingston, Worth Matravers and Langton Matravers are found south of Corfe Castle. The area is very popular for walking and a number of our walking trails pass through or near these villages.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. Add Warmwell to your Itinerary

    Warmwell

    South Walks House, 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.

  12. Add Moreton to your Itinerary

    Moreton

    Moreton's highlights include St. Nicholas Church's beautiful glass windows engraved by the late Sir Laurence Whistler. T.E Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) lived nearby at Clouds Hill, Bovington and his last resting place is in the cemetary.

  13. 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.

  14. Add Evershot to your Itinerary

    Evershot

    Sherborne

    Evershot is the second highest village in Dorset at 625ft above sea level and is well known for its inclusion in much of Thomas Hardy's literature.

  15. Add Melbury Osmund to your Itinerary

    Melbury Osmund

    Sherborne

    This quiet and unspoilt village is where Hardy’s parents were married in 1839.

  16. Add Melbury Bubb to your Itinerary

    Melbury Bubb

    Sherborne

    This attractively named farming village, tucked between a heavily wooded area and Bubb Down is refreshingly reminiscent of how the region would have looked in the 19th century.

  17. Add Puddletown to your Itinerary

    Puddletown

    South Walks Road, Dorchester

    Nestling in the Piddle Valley, surrounded by rolling hills and woodland lies Puddletown, one of Dorset’s most attractive villages and which features heavily in Hardy’s novels - most notably 'Far from the Madding Crowd'.

  18. Add Powerstock & Nettlecombe to your Itinerary

    Powerstock & Nettlecombe

    Bridport

    Powerstock is an attractive village situated under Eggardon Hill, surrounded by beautiful countryside. Nettlecombe, featuring lovely old stone cottages, has an award winning pub and makes a great base to explore the surrounding area.

  19. Add Bridport & West Bay to your Itinerary

    Bridport & West Bay

    Bridport

    Set amongst the spectacular rolling Dorset hills, Bridport is a lively town with a friendly and vibrant character. A mile south is West Bay, a bustling harbour which becomes a popular tourist resort in the summer months.

  20. Add Corfe Castle to your Itinerary

    Corfe Castle

    Corfe Castle

    Corfe Castle village is overlooked by the outstanding ruins of its castle perched on a hill. The Castle, built in 1086, was one of the country’s great strongholds and was defended by Lady Bankes during the English Civil War.

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