Holiday cottages in Dorset

Nestled in picturesque landscape, Dorset with its stunning coastline, and charming villages, is a dream destination for a tranquil retreat. With our wealth of holiday cottages in Dorset, we've got you covered from coast to countryside. Explore the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where ancient secrets are unveiled in dramatic cliffs and hidden coves. Wander through historic towns like Lyme Regis or Shaftesbury, where time seems to stand still. Embrace nature at the serene New Forest or revel in local flavours at bustling farmers' markets. Our holiday cottages in Dorset offer a cosy haven, making it the perfect escape for those craving a quintessential English holiday.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Dorset

Dorset, located in the southwest of England, is a county renowned for its stunning coastline, charming villages, and natural landmarks. If you want a little more opulence then why not treat yourself to one of our Dorset luxury cottages? Whether you're looking to book a romantic getaway or to spoil yourself our Dorset cottages with hot tubs tick all the right boxes. 

Here are the top five things to see and do in Dorset:

  1. Jurassic Coast: Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast, a stretch of coastline that spans 95 miles. It is known for its impressive cliffs, fossil-rich beaches, and unique rock formations. Don't miss iconic landmarks like Durdle Door, Old Harry Rocks, and Lulworth Cove.

  2. Corfe Castle: Visit the majestic ruins of Corfe Castle, a medieval fortress perched on a hill in the Purbeck Hills. Discover its rich history, including its role in the English Civil War. The castle offers fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.

  3. Studland Bay: Enjoy the beauty of Studland Bay, a scenic beach backed by dunes and heathland. It's a perfect spot for beachcombing, swimming, and picnicking. The nearby Old Harry Rocks are also worth visiting for their dramatic chalk formations.

  4. Abbotsbury Swannery and Subtropical Gardens: Visit Abbotsbury Swannery, the world's only managed colony of nesting mute swans. It's a unique experience to see hundreds of swans up close. Afterwards, explore the nearby Subtropical Gardens, showcasing a diverse collection of exotic plants.

  5. Lulworth Castle: Wander through Lulworth Castle, a 17th-century country house set in beautiful parkland. The castle features impressive architecture and hosts events and exhibitions throughout the year.

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