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Purbeck Self-Catering Holidays

Boasting some of Britain’s best beaches and evidence of the Mesozoic Era

Purbeck Cottages

Welcome to Purbeck

A beautiful peninsula located in South Dorset, Purbeck is home to some of the country’s most well-loved landmarks including Lulworth Cove, Corfe Castle and Durdle Door. Visitors to this exceptional destination can expect sandy beaches and wonderous bays along the coast and hills like green quilts at its centre. Hunt for fossils on the Jurassic Coast, hike the hills and heathlands or take part in a seashore safari before retreating to your cosy cottage.

Purbeck last minute getaways

It’s never too late for a spontaneous trip to one of our cottages in Purbeck

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Best walks on the Isle of Purbeck

With so much to explore throughout this stunning area, the best way to take it all in is definitely by foot. From the Purbeck Hills to the sandy beaches of Swanage, there is a great range of walks that will allow you to experience the best this destination has to offer.

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Things to see and do in Swanage

Take a trip to the pretty village of Swanage on the east coast of the beautiful Isle of Purbeck. A traditional seaside resort full of amusements and attractions and with its own promenade and pier, it is the perfect place for a traditional family holiday by the sea.

Things to see and do in Kingston

Come and explore Kingston, a pretty rural village on the beautiful Isle of Purbeck. Near to a wonderful selection of beautiful golden beaches as well as the ruins of the magnificent Corfe Castle, you can spend days walking the many footpaths of the area as well as visiting the famous Studland Nature Reserve.

Things to see and do in Corfe Castle

Corfe Castle, a pretty village in Purbeck is home to the ruins of Corfe Castle, as well as a whole host of other historical places of interest. Catch a steam train from Swanage to Corfe Castle and its surrounding beaches of Swanage and Worth Matravers for a holiday full of coastal fun.

Studland Beach

Studland Beach, on the Purbeck peninsula, is a four mile stretch of unspoilt, wild sands and dunes. With wide open views and lots of secluded spots to bird watch and see the ships and boats out in the Bournemouth Bay. Sunbathe, build sandcastles, and swim in the surf, this is an escape from day-to-day life.

What to do in Purbeck

Purbeck is a holiday hot spot thanks to its memorable views, famous coastline and wealth of things to do both on land and at sea. Wake up in one of our beautiful holiday cottages before adventuring out to explore historic villages, such as Langton and Kingston, or relax on the sandy beaches of Swanage or Studland. At golden hour we highly recommend walking or cycling the Purbeck Hills in pursuit of unforgettable panoramas.

Purbeck has a wonderful range of holiday activities for you to enjoy during your stay. There are adventurous way of exploring the Jurassic Coast, walks in the hills, historic monuments and building to see and tracks for cycling and horse riding. Purbeck is also a brilliant base to explore the rest of Dorset from, with more castles and sea-carved bays only a short drive away.

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