Rural Dorset

Rural Dorset – perfect for a holiday or short break. Enjoy stunning countryside with panoramic views, timeless villages and charming market towns, delicious local food and fun-filled days out at a wide range of attractions and historic sites.

If you are looking for accommodation then a wide range of quality assessed properties await, welcoming B&Bs, holiday cottages, town houses, touring and holiday parks, whatever your budget you will find something to suit.

Enjoy one of their fantastic, colourful, annual events; here is just a small selection Wimborne Folk Festival Gold Hill FairSting in the Tale, a festival of stories The Great Dorset Steam Fair Sturminster Newton Cheese Festival Feast of Dorset Wimborne Food FestivalAs this little ‘taster’ of events suggests, they love their food in Dorset – when you visit be sure to try some of their famous apple cake, some wonderful local beers and cheeses or perhaps sample a Dorset Knob!

Rural Dorset is ideally situated to explore Dorset’s stunning World Heritage Jurassic Coast or the nearby New Forest National Park, the historic port of Poole, the cosmopolitan resort of Bournemouth or the safe sandy beaches of Weymouth and Portland, the venue for the sailing events for the London 2012 Olympics.

To learn more of this picturesque area, to find your perfect holiday, order the Rural Dorset guide

CLICK HERE to request the Rural Dorset Brochure.

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