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Bournemouth: Bournemouth is renowned as one of the most fashionable holiday destinations in Europe and is certainly the largest holiday resort in Dorset. With seven miles of sun-kissed beaches, beautiful parks and gardens, an excellent choice of attractions and vibrant nightlife, holidays in Bournemouth promise something for everyone. Bournemouth\'s popularity as a holiday resort started during Victorian times and has continued to grow so that it now attracts millions of visitors of all ages and nationalities every year. In recent times, Bournemouth has been extensively developed to incorporate casinos, clubs, pubs and an international conference centre. Bistros, bars and family friendly restaurants are much in evidence along the mainly traffic free promenade, and Bournemouth also has a new-look square, with palm trees and mosaics, giving the town a touch of continental chic

Weymouth: Weymouth is a historic sea-side town on the south coast of England. The long stretch of golden sand and extremely safe bathing water make Weymouth in Dorset a top holiday destination for all the family. Perfect for a Seaside Holiday - Weymouth's award-winning beach retains many of the traditions associated with the British seaside family holiday, including Punch and Judy, donkey rides, a merry go round and pedaloes. Deckchairs can also be hired from several places along the beach.

Poole: A bustling Quay, the best beaches in England and a stunning harbour make Poole a natural first choice for a trip to the South Coast.

Swanage: Swanage is a popular family holiday destination steeped with history, it has many attractions including a country park, Victorian pier and steam railway. With its varied restaurants and pubs, it offers something for all ages.

Dorchester: The beautiful market town of Dorchester is the county town of Dorset. It is steeped in history and culture and boasts great places to visit, shop and eat. No holiday in Dorset would be complete without a visit to this fascinating town and its 6000 years of history. Dorchester was an important town in Roman times then became a thriving Saxon mint during the 10th century, before becoming a Roundhead stronghold during the English Civil War. Much of the town was destroyed by fire in the 17th and 18th centuries and most of the buildings visible today date from Georgian times

Selected properties in Dorset...

Todays featured Broadstone, Dorset Hotel:

Broadstone Hotel

 

Todays featured Iwerne Minster, Dorset Bed and Breakfast:

Whispering Chimneys Bed And Breakfast

Whispering Chimneys is in the heart of rural Dorset set between Shaftesbury and Blandford Forum. We are ideally situated for local wedding venues including The Larmer Tree and Chettle House as well as visits to local independent Schools such as Claysmore, Hanford and Bryanston. Our stylish room, within a self contained annex - with its own bathroom and private entrance - is perfect for both .....

 

Todays featured Poole, Dorset Hotel:

Sandford Holiday Park

 

Todays featured Bournemouth, Dorset Guest House:

Derwent House

 

Todays featured Walditch, Dorset Hotel:

The Old Dairy House

 

Todays featured Chetnole, Dorset Guest House:

Fourwinds Bed & Breakfast

Four Winds offers you Bed & Breakfast Accommodation and a Holiday Cottage situated on the fringe of the picturesque village of Chetnole, with its award winnng pub, all set amidst glorious countryside near to the delightful towns of Sherborne, Yeovil and Dorchester. It lies within a short drive of Sherborne's Abbey, its two Castles and many interesting shops.

 

Todays featured Sherborne, Dorset Bed and Breakfast:

Bakehouse

An 18th century former bakehouse newly refurbished to high standards. Located in the centre of historic town of Sherborne in the county of Dorset, in two minutes walk from the famous Sherborne Abbey, town centre and ancient castle.

 

Todays featured Blandford Forum, Dorset Bed and Breakfast:

Park Lodge Bungalow

 

Todays featured East Chaldon, Dorset Bed and Breakfast:

Limekiln House

200 yards along a permissive farm track and bridleway, off of the lane between Winfrith Newburgh and East Chaldon (also Chaldon Herring). Lulworth Cove is four miles by road and is a three mile walk through the countryside. The house is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a World heritage Site and an area of Special Scientific Interest.

 

Todays featured Dorchester, Dorset Bed and Breakfast:

Chapel House Bed & Breakfast

 

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