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Overlooking the beautiful Nothe Gardens and, through the trees, the coastal views of Weymouth Bay and Portland Harbour is Harbour View Bungalow. (Ref. 994244)
- Off-road parking
- Ground floor bedroom
- Washing machine
7 nights from £1147
A Dorset holiday cottage is the perfect base for exploring the South West of England and the spectacular Jurassic Coast. Imagine miles of awe-inspiring coastline, secluded beaches and rolling countryside waiting to be explored.
Why Holiday Cottages in Dorset?
A self-catering stay in Dorset offers a wonderful holiday where you can create long-lasting memories with loved ones.
Spend a day exploring the idyllic countryside within the Dorset AONB, where you’ll find the grand Minterne House and Gardens and the National Trust – Cerne Giant. Or head to the coast, where you can explore the World Heritage site of the Jurassic Coast and relax on golden beaches.
If you’re itching to explore, your Dorset self-catering accommodation is ideally located for exploring all the wonderful surrounding market towns and villages. As well as for getting involved in the variety of family-friendly attractions, which include Monkey World and Farmer Palmers Farm Park.
Places to Visit from your Dorset Cottage
You’ll be spoilt for choice for where to visit first from your Dorset self-catering accommodation!
If you’re craving the sights and sounds of a traditional seaside break, head to Bournemouth, where you can spend the day exploring the pier, enjoy the amusements, or relax on the sandy beach.
Continue your journey along the coast where you can enjoy further seaside delights in Bridport, Lyme Regis, and Weymouth. Of course, no self-catering stay in Dorset would be complete without visiting the world-famous locations of Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove.
Alternatively, head inland and explore some of Dorset’s finest market towns of Blandford Forum, Dorchester, Shaftesbury and Sherborne. Or delve into history in the bustling town of Dorchester, where you can explore the former home of Thomas Hardy at Max Gate, visit the Dorset Museum & Art Gallery, and wander along the Thomas Hardy Trail.
All before returning to enjoy a relaxing evening in your Dorset self-catering accommodation.
Types of Dorset Holiday Cottages
Bring the whole family along to enjoy a self-catering stay in Dorset with this range of large cottages. Or why not book a stay with a difference with this choice of thatched cottages, unique holiday cottages, and unusual places to stay in Dorset.
Browse our collection of holiday homes in Dorset or contact Dream Cottages to book with our knowledgeable travel experts.