Dorset Holiday Cottages
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Dorset Cottage Holidays - Dog Friendly Self-Catering Holiday Cottages in DorsetDorset has been lucky enough to avoid development and therefore offers a laid back pace of life often missing in today's modern world. The beautiful Jurassic coast has been awarded World Heritage Site Status - those of you who have visited Lulworth Cove or Durdle Door will know why! The sandy beaches at Studland, Swanage and Weymouth are a delight whatever the season.
Our service - handpicked self-catering holiday cottages in Dorset
We have visited every single holiday cottage on our list, enabling us to offer first hand advice and a friendly knowledgeable local service. Handpicked self-catering holiday cottages that have something special to offer - be it four poster beds, open fires, panoramic sea views, a fun family holiday near the beach, a luxury villa with a swimming pool or just peaceful countryside seclusion.
All of our graded holiday homes meet a three or four star English Tourism Council grading, which means good to excellent quality.
Each holiday home is thoroughly cleaned and inspected prior to your visit.
The list of attractions in Dorset is endless: the Sea Life Centre in Weymouth, Monkey World, Swanage Steam Railway, Compton Acres or Lulworth Castle to name but a few. Enjoy miles of safe sandy beaches and an endless network of footpaths including the South West Coast Path (the longest in England); visit our adventure farms, parks, zoos, cinemas, swimming pools, castles and much more.
Enjoy the mild climate Dorset offers at one of its Blue Flag beaches. Studland beach, cared for by the National Trust is just one of many to offer safe family fun in beautiful coastal locations. Swanage and Weymouth beach one of few in England with direct access from the town onto the beach, stroll from your holiday home, bucket and spade in hand.
All of Dorsets coastline is recognised as a natural World Heritage Site, the area is recognised for its unique geology, this picture of Lulworth Cove is one reason why! The Heritage Centres as Lulworth Cove and Durlston Country Park (Swanage) take you back to the time of the dinosaurs.
Dorset's unusually varied countryside provides many different walking environments. Hundreds of miles of footpaths and bridleways take you from the cliff top walks at Old Harry Rocks (Swanage), through rare habitats at Studland heath onto typically English countryside of hedgerow and field to end up enjoying a cream tea at Corfe Castle.
Although noted for its quiet villages and country lanes Dorset was once home to a royal castle at Corfe which was blown up during the civil war, the ruins are well worth a visit as is the village they tower over. Going back even further in time, Maiden Castle at Dorchester is the largest iron age hill fort in Britain!
Though too numerous to list, Dorset has every kind of family entertainment for any time of year. Dorset is home to the famous Monkey World, Corfe Castle, Hardy's Monument, Badbury Rings and the unusual but equally delightful, Putlake Adventure Farm, Teddy Bear Museum at Corfe Castle or Blue Pool at Wareham.
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