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Dorset Hotels Guide

South England's hidden treasures await you here. Situated on the southern coast of England on the English Channel. Home of the first land in England to be a World Heritage site.

Book Cheap Hotels in Dorcet

Heights Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

“The wonderful location of our stylish establishment makes us the ideal place for those who want to experience the delights of this beautiful region, while enjoying the relaxing and refined atmosphere of our award winning hotel. If you are a single traveller on business or family here on holiday we have the perfect accommodation for you. ”

Isle Of Portland, Nr Weymouth, Portland

rooms from £80.00 View Prices
Eastbury Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.4/5

“Our stylishly elegant establishment provides calm and peaceful accommodation for visitors who want to experience the delights of the Dorset countryside. Privately owned and operated the atmosphere is always warm and welcoming, and with just twenty one supremely comfortable and well equipped single and double rooms you will have everything you need for a relaxing stay. ”

Long Street, Sherborne

rooms from £65.00 View Prices
King's Head Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.2/5

“Our location in the town of Wimbourne, just a short distance from England's largest natural harbour and only minutes from the Marina and superb beaches, everything you need for a relaxed and enjoyable holiday is within easy reach. Our welcoming establishment is warm and welcoming, and we know that you will enjoy your time with us. ”

The Square, Wimborne Minster

rooms from £42.50 View Prices

Sights to See

With 90 acres of glorious countryside the New Forest is a splendid area indeed. Many other attractions are here for you discover like Cerne Abbas Giant and of course miles of splendid and dramatic chalk cliffs which are great for the fossil hunters. Maiden Castle the iron age hill fort is here too.

Historic Dorcet

Full of fascinating towns, good old sea side resorts, with Roman, Saxon and Viking history you will find it hard not to enjoy this splendid county. About half of this county are Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is popular with tourists bringing upwards of 17 million visitors each year. The South Coast pathway will take you on a coastal walk along the famous natural wonder that is the Jurassic Coast in Dorset.

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