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Beautiful views of Corfe Castle

Beautiful views of Corfe Castle

Milton Abbas

Milton Abbas

Views over Abbotsbury

Views over Abbotsbury

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Alton Pancras

Running alongside the River Piddle, Alton Pancras is a small village with its church dedicated to…

Bookham Court

Sydling St Nicholas

Sydling St. Nicholas is a stunningly picturesque village, winding along the little Sydling Water…

Sydling St Nicholas, Visit Dorset

Holt

Several scattered hamlets with wonderful names; Gods Blessing Green and Pig Oak, make up Holt,…

West Moors

A large village with a modern parade of shops and two village pubs. The village lies on the route…

West Moors Plantation (Credit: Laura Moss-Holland)

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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Add Winterborne Came to your Itinerary

    Winterborne Came

    South Walks Road, Dorchester

    Winterborne Came is a small rural parish located 2 miles south of Dorchester and is well known for its connections with the Dorset dialect poet William Barnes, who was rector here for 24 years until his death in 1886.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. Add East and West Lulworth to your Itinerary

    East and West Lulworth

    West Lulworth, Wareham

    The Lulworth Estate is located in south Dorset. The scenery around the area is stunning, with the estate boasting some of the country's most iconic features. It also forms part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.

  7. Add Milton Abbas to your Itinerary

    Milton Abbas

    West Street, Blandford Forum

    One of Dorset's most famous villages, its 'street' a picture postcard thatch village with pretty cottages and wide lawns.

  8. Add Burton Bradstock to your Itinerary

    Burton Bradstock

    Bridport

    Burton Bradstock is a pretty village famous for its position along the Jurassic Coast with its iconic sandstone cliffs marking the start of Chesil Beach.

  9. Add Mudeford to your Itinerary

    Mudeford

    Mudeford, CHRISTCHURCH

    Mudeford has an intriguing history of smuggling over the centuries and the picturesque quay is still the focal point of the local fishing industry.

  10. Add West Stafford to your Itinerary

    West Stafford

    South Walks House, Dorchester

    West Stafford is a small, thatched village in the Frome valley with good connections to Thomas Hardy’s work..

  11. 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.

  12. 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'.

  13. Add Maiden Newton to your Itinerary

    Maiden Newton

    South Walks Road, 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.

  14. Add Studland to your Itinerary

    Studland

    Studland is a small village located on a peninsula in south Purbeck, and is close to both Swanage and Corfe Castle.

  15. Add Crossways to your Itinerary

    Crossways

    South Walk Road, Dorchester

    Crossways is a new and expanding village which is mainly residental approximately 6 miles east of Dorchester.

  16. 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.

  17. Add Poundbury to your Itinerary

    Poundbury

    South Walks House, Dorchester

    Developed on land owned by the Duchy of Cornwall, Poundbury was the brainchild of the Prince of Wales to build an urban extension to the historic county town of Dorchester.

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