Corfe Castle Cottages


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The village of Corfe is one of Dorset’s most delightful treasures. Overlooked by the romantic ruins of Corfe Castle, the castle and dwellings in the village are all built from the same Purbeck stone, including the wonderful post office, the Corfe Castle Tea Rooms and the ice cream parlour, all of which exude delightful nostalgia. In addition to all of the history that the village boasts, Corfe also has some particularly gorgeous pubs and galleries that are an absolute must to visit. 

Corfe Castle Holidays

Corfe Castle was built more than 1,000 years ago, the ruins will teach you the history of the battles, mysteries and plots that surrounded the castle and the final destruction when an act of Parliament was passed to destroy it. If you park in the car park and walk up to the castle, keep your little ones occupied by doing the Wildlife Walk and Play Trail on the way up. Then use binoculars to spot the ravens that nest high up in the stonework.

The pretty shops and lovely quaint lanes, full of charming cottages, make Corfe a wonderful base for exploring the Purbecks. The beautiful golden sandy beach of Studland Bay is nearby, as is the pristine blue flag sandy beach at Swanage.

If a beautifully bracing walk is on your holiday agenda, then simply step outside your cottage door and pick one of the many walking routes that pass by.

Corfe Castle Holiday Cottages

Our Corfe Castle cottage collection contains an eclectic mix of smaller cottages, perfect for romantic getaways to larger properties for group or family holidays. Our chocolate box style cottages come equipped with some fantastic amenities including WiFi, gardens and open fires, ensuring absolute comfort for our guests. Enjoy staying in the village centre itself or find a bolthole just outside in the surrounding countryside to enjoy a truly rural escape.

If you are looking for a nearby dog friendly cottage or simply a self-catering Corfe holiday cottage for your next getaway, look no further.