Coastal Cottages Dorset
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Comfortable, detached chalet dormer bungalow within the village of Easton on Portland. Well-appointed with enclosed garden. Near local amenities. Ideal for exploring Dorset's Jurassic Coast. Weymouth 6 miles. (Ref. 28523)
7 nights from £332Book Now
Quietly situated down a narrow lane in the hamlet of Wakeham on the Isle of Portland. Sea views from the second floor sitting room and master bedroom. Pet-friendly. Woodburning stoves. Portland 2.3 miles. (Ref. 934291)
7 nights from £417Book Now
Well-presented modern end-terrace Hampshire cottage. Quiet residential area near Barton on Sea beach and the New Forest. Enclosed garden. WiFi. Perfect holiday choice for couples and families. Bournemouth 11 miles. (Ref. 926160)
7 nights from £310Book Now
A semi-detached Victorian family house in Weymouth. Well-presented and comfortable holiday accommodation. Enclosed garden. Close to harbour and beaches. Weymouth beaches 15 mins walk. Dorchester 7 miles. (Ref. 912573)
7 nights from £337Book Now
Welcoming detached cottage in Weymouth, just over a mile from the seafront. Cosy accommodation with large garden. Well placed for exploring the coastline and countryside of Dorset. (Ref. 7688)
7 nights from £339Book Now
One of our lovely Hampshire holiday cottages, in Milford on Sea. Cosy cottage, beach close by, great for touring the south of England and Isle of Wight. (Ref. 3757)
7 nights from £313Book Now
Comfortable detached timber lodge on 100 acre coastal Shorefield Country Park. Open plan living. Family-friendly. Near beach. Opportunity to access on-site leisure facilities inc. pools and gym. Close to New Forest. Milford On Sea 1.5 miles. (Ref. 936071)
7 nights from £447Book Now
Please find below a selection of holiday cottages along the
Dorset coastline. All these self catering cottages are within one
mile of the coast.
Book a coastal cottage in Dorset and escape to the magnificent
Jurassic Coast, a natural World Heritage Site stretching for almost
Imagine uncovering 200 million years of history! This sweeping
shoreline is world-famous for fossils and children will love
hunting them out on Dorset's dazzling beaches. More traditional
entertainment, meanwhile, includes donkey rides, pedaloes, crabbing
and all kinds of water sports.
Such outstanding scenery attracts many walkers, keen to explore the South West Coast Path - and even if you're by no means an enthusiast, this coastal path is too good to miss and promises unforgettable views. Or soak up the scenery on a gentle cruise along the coast.
Places to visit on Dorset's stunning heritage coast
During your coastal cottage holiday in Dorset, don't miss
the charming town of Lyme
Regis, with its intricate maze of streets winding down to
historic Cobb Harbour. Also Weymouth, an elegant family resort
featuring the Sea Life Centre and a wonderful three-mile prom
linking to the Lodmoor Country Park. Or head for Bournemouth,
boasting seven miles of award-winning beaches and world-class
entertainment including Europe's first artificial surf reef at
Another reason to book a coastal cottage in Dorset is the
weather - we can't make any promises, but this region does tend
to have a generous share of sunshine. Need we say more?