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Accommodation in Dorset has something to offer everyone. There is a vast range of hotels available, from humble traveller's inns tucked away in picturesque villages, to the popular seaside variety which you can find in any of the coastal towns.
Most people have a 'favourite' restaurant. Just pause for a second and think about your own particular favourite. What makes it special? The food? The ambience? Of course, restaurants are a very personal experience
Away from the coastline there is a whole different side to Dorset waiting to be explored. Over 40% of the county is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Shopping in Dorset is not just about large towns. Any of the small or medium-sized towns and villages will have their own speciality shops
Probably the pinnacle in terms of luxury is the country house hotel. Usually spectacular, historic houses within their own extensive grounds, these hotels can often stand up as a holiday destination in their own right.
A bed and breakfast can vary enormously in terms of what it is and the facilities it offers...
The sheer diversity of Dorset attractions means there is always plenty to keep everyone entertained.
Stretching for 95 miles from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset, this unique natural wonder provides us with a snapshot of almost 200 million years of the Earth's history
Some things you might not know about Dorset
Bournemouth sprang into existence from almost nothing to create the archetypal British seaside resort. In less than fifty years a small hamlet with a population of 695 ...
Weymouth sits in a wide bay which affords it protection from the sea on three sides. It benefits from a beautiful shallow, sandy beach, behind which the esplanade runs for almost the entire length of the town.
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As you might expect from somewhere with as much coastline as Dorset, windsurfing is a very popular pastime for both visitors and local residents
For the ultimate in flexibility, choose self-catering accommodation for your next holiday break in Dorset
Today, for any visitor to Dorset, sailing should be on the list of activities to consider
Many holidaymakers are attracted to Dorset for the climate. Here are some figures to explain why ...
No matter what type of hotel experience you are looking for, Bournemouth has something for everyone.
Many companies also carry more specialist cars on their books. Perhaps an open-top tourer or a coupe-cabriolet would be the perfect way to cruise the Dorset Riviera