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Corfe Castle village

Corfe Castle village

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Highlights

Charminster

Charminster is a small village 2 miles north of Dorchester full of delightful traditional cottages...

Charminster

Buckland Newton

Buckland Newton is an average sized village which sits at the head of the Blackmoor Vale and lies...

Domineys Cottages

West Stafford

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

West Stafford

Kingston, Worth Matravers & Langton Matravers

Kingston, Worth Matravers and Langton Matravers are found south of Corfe Castle. The area is very...

Views from Kingston towards Corfe Castle

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  1. Add Batcombe to your Itinerary

    Batcombe

    Sherborne

    Batcombe is a very small village hidden under the northern slope of the Dorset Downs and is surrounded by mysterious legends.

  2. Add Burton Bradstock to your Itinerary

    Burton Bradstock

    Bridport

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

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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!

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. Add Highcliffe to your Itinerary

    Highcliffe

    Highcliffe, CHRISTCHURCH

    Highcliffe's attractive coastline, with its panoramic views of the Isle of Wight to the east and Bournemouth to the west is just a few minutes walk from the award-winning village centre.

  10. 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.

  11. Add Puncknowle to your Itinerary

    Puncknowle

    Bridport

    Puncknowle, pronounced ‘Punnle’ is a handsome village of stone cottages and farm buildings. A ridge of downland shelters one side of the village from the sea and on the other side is the beautiful Bride Valley.

  12. 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.

  13. 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.

  14. 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'.

  15. 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.

  16. Add Cranborne to your Itinerary

    Cranborne

    Wimborne

    A charming village of red brick and cob houses on the River Crane. The village has two pubs, a restaurant, village stores selling local produce and a garden centre.

  17. Add Frampton to your Itinerary

    Frampton

    South Walks Road, Dorchester

    A quirky village with many attractive cottages.

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