A fantastic place for families to explore, groups to celebrate special occasions and couples to hide away from the world. Dorset is a stunning slice of the UK with plenty of gorgeous historical landmarks, bustling coastal towns and picturesque hilltop villages to wander. There are adventure parks inland to amuse the kids and adults alike including Adventure Wonderland, Farmer Palmer’s and Monkey World Rescue Centre.
Why spend February Half-term in Dorset?
It’s a lovely region to explore. Take a look at the stunning Christchurch Priory or explore the independent shops, cafés and pubs of the area. Stop by Corfe Castle, both the village and castle ruins are great places to investigate or spend the day exploring Poole and its wonderful harbour.
Things to do at February Half-term in Dorset:
Eat a delicious meal at an award-winning pub, cycle the gorgeous coastal path or wander through pretty villages and bustling towns in the Dorset countryside. There are endless historical sites to visit scattered throughout the county including castles, forts and ancient burial mounds.
Why stay in a Dorset cottage at February Half-term?
It’s a place to make special memories with the kids. There’s plenty of attractions and entertainment and well as gorgeous cottages to hide away in. Take in a spectacular view of the coast from Jurassic Skyline in Weymouth and while there, venture across to the Isle of Portland. Once you've finished the day exploring, head back to one of our fantastic cottages in Dorset to relax and unwind.
Three must see things in Dorset at February Half-term:
- Play games at the arcade and stop for a coffee and cake at Poole Harbour.
- The kids will love exploring Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park.
- Wander the coastal path from Swanage to Old Harry Rocks at Studland Bay.