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SWANAGE HOLIDAYS

Seaside, steam trains and Old Harry Rocks

Visit Swanage

The seaside location of Swanage, in its privileged position on the tip of the Isle of Purbeck in South Dorset, offers fantastic opportunities for exhilarating coastal walks, relaxing seaside strolls, adrenalin-fuelled water sports or peaceful deckchair snoozes. Whatever your pace of life, Swanage makes a fantastic choice for a vintage holiday by the sea complete with arcades, ice creams and buckets and spades.

Swanage Cottages

With our wide range of accommodation in Swanage, you can find a base suited to you, whether that’s large houses for eight or more, dog-friendly cottages or cosy romantic boltholes by the coast.

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Dorset Cottages

Our Dorset cottages are found in wonderful locations throughout the county, where you can enjoy a slice of rural life or coastal relaxation. Take a look at our portfolio and start making memories.

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Things to do in Dorset

Before heading off on your Dorset holiday, we’d really suggest planning your trip - because there is so much to do that you wouldn’t want to miss out on! We’ve put together our suggested things to do covering activities all over the county, including the stunning Jurassic Coast and its beaches, the wonderful attractions for families, the various wonderful walking routes, and more…

Interactive map of Dorset

Dorset is a beautiful county, featuring a mix of coastal and rural locations, found in the South West of England on the English Channel coast. Dorset shares its four borders with the counties of Devon which is to the west, Somerset to the north-west, Wiltshire to the north-east, and Hampshire to the east. Use our map of Dorset above to discover the perfect location for your holiday in Dorset.

A mythical scene

The pretty coastal town of Swanage offers visitors many points of interest. Walk the South West Coast Path and admire the Old Harry Rocks, wreathed in myth and folklore on the most easterly point of the Jurassic Coast or experience a unique steam train journey from Swanage Railway through six miles of beautiful scenery passing the magnificent ruins of the National Trust’s Corfe Castle, the ‘battle-scarred survivor of a turbulent past’, down to the Blue Flag beach.

Back in the town centre, enjoy the gardens, parks and pier for leisurely wanderings or hop on the ferry at Shell Bay to cross the water to Sandbanks. Then finish your day the traditional way with a portion of fish and chips on the white sand beach or discover some of the great cafes, restaurants and pubs that Swanage has to offer.

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