The Great British Coast

Dorset’s Dramatic Jurassic Coast The Jurassic Coast is Britain’s only natural World Heritage Site, putting it in the same leagues as the Great Barrier Reef. Why is it special? To explore the 95 miles between Old Harry Rocks overlooking Poole Harbour to the red sandstone cliffs of East Devon is to journey through 185 million years of time, back to the age of dinosaurs. In Lyme Regis, don’t miss the Town Museum and its fossil collection, and the Cobb, the

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Abbotsbury Swannery and Tropical Gardens

Abbotsbury St Catherines Chapel Dorset

The village of Abbotsbury is set amongst the hills behind the great Chesil Bank and is well-known world wide for it’s Swannery and the Sub-Tropical Gardens.  It is only about 3 miles from the cottages and the views out over Lyme Bay and the countryside  from the coastal road running from Rodden to Abbotsbury are stunning.  A very pleasant walk or bike ride. Abbotsbury Swannery The Swan sanctuary, over 600 years old, can be found around the Fleet Lagoon behind

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Weymouth Seaside Town.

Weymouth, Dorset

The seaside town of Weymouth lies about 4 miles to the east of our Dorset holiday cottages. Blessed with one of the warmest and sunniest climates Weymouth offers something for everyone. The 3 mile long sandy beach is perfect for youngsters to play in the sand and enjoy the very calm, safe shallow sea. There are a huge amount of fun things to do to keep everyone occupied. The Sea Life Centre is definitely worth a visit and next door

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