You’re sure to find your dream holiday accommodation in Dorset when you browse our selection of stunning locations and properties.
Whether you choose an impressive converted barn near Swanage, a 5-star contemporary property in Weymouth or a thatched cottage near Poole, there is something to suit all tastes in our extensive range of holiday properties in Dorset. Search and discover the best places to stay in Dorset and you’ll be spoilt for choice with our diverse range of holiday properties.
Your trip to this charming English coastal county is sure to be memorable when you book one of our picture-perfect properties for your next holiday. See below our selection of 10 of the best places to stay in Dorset…
Visitors will be truly spoilt by Bournemouth’s 7-mile stretch of sandy beaches and vibrant pier, making it a truly fantastic coastal holiday destination.
Bridport is a charming market town with plenty going on. Enjoy varied landscapes and a great balance between coast and countryside, with the Jurassic Coast and the National Trust’s Golden Cap both a short distance away.
One of Dorset’s most iconic landmarks, Durdle Door is the first natural World Heritage Site and a must-visit for those wanting to see the spectacular beauty the Jurassic Coast offers.
The breath-taking Jurassic Coast is one of the world’s natural wonders, encompassing 95 miles of spectacular coastline between Devon and Dorset. A must-see for those who appreciate beautiful landscapes and want to know more about its fascinating history.
Famous for its stunning horseshoe-shaped natural cove, Lulworth is a great destination for those passionate about all things coastal, including rock pooling, water sports, walking trails and climbs.
The charming coastal resort of Lyme Regis, nicknamed the ‘Pearl of Dorset’, is a picturesque resort on the Devon/Dorset border that’s full of history, heritage and beautiful scenery.
Known for its iconic and magnificent natural harbor, Poole is a seaside haven with sandy beaches, a range of water sports and scenic coastal walks to enjoy.
The seaside town of Swanage boasts natural attractions, an award-winning beach and offers a chance to explore the eastern half of Dorset’s World Heritage coastline.
The idyllic harbor town of West Bay is also referred to as the Golden Gateway of the Jurassic Coast, with its quaint harbor and iconic sandstone cliffs offering a dramatic backdrop.
Awarded the TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards for the number one beach in the UK in 2017, Weymouth is the place to be for golden sands, delightful waters and stunning Jurassic coastline.