Snap up an Easter treat.
Why not whisk you and your loved ones away this Easter and enjoy the Dorset life. With beautiful beaches, sweeping countryside, fantastic local pubs, the freshest produce and that famous friendly Dorset welcome.
We have some fantastic last-minute availability, but you had better be quick before they are snapped up.
Looking for local events this Easter? You can read more about all the chocolate based fun to be had on our events round up page.
In the West of the County
Boasting bustling market towns such as Bridport amongst a patchwork of rolling countryside and dramatic coastline at West Bay and Charmouth. Our westerly properties offer a chance to take a break and relax. Indulge in local produce, stroll the Jurassic Coast and step back in time, with fossil hunting, or wile away the days rock pooling, walking or shopping.
In the East of the County
The Purbecks offer unspoilt views over beautiful reserves, as a haven for wildlife, you can watch the deer roam in Arne, or catch sight of a red squirrel over on Brownsea Island, one of only a handful of places you can now see this native species. Stroll the River Stour from Wimborne taking in the bird song and spring blooms. Head down to the Victorian town of Swanage to get a taste of a traditional seaside holiday, or take in Dorset’s most famous landmarks at Durdle Door and old Harrys Rocks. Check out our easterly properties here.
In the centre of the County
Surrounded by winding walk ways across beautiful countryside, central Dorset is the perfect base to see as much of the county as you can. With the County Town of Dorchester, as a hub and easy access to public transport you can enjoy the best of both worlds, the peace and space of rural Dorset and the amenities of the town. Why not take a day trip to Hardy’s Monument, standing 72 feed high, this monument commemorates the life of Vice Admiral Sir Thomas Hardy, a commander in the battle of Trafalgar. Jump into Wessex Country and enjoy the charms of rural Dorset from this incredible view point, or head to Dorchester’s equally famous Hardy and take a tour of Thomas Hardy’s cottage, see the inspiration behind such books as Far from the madding crowd. For central properties you can find a selection here.
In the South of the County
From traditional fisherman’s cottages to contemporary harbour side apartments, the south of the county has a lot to offer. Boasting golden sands, clear blue waters for swimming and sailing and a warren of cobbled streets full of boutiques to explore there is something for everyone. Why not take in the impressive Portland Bill light house, or walk the lush green gardens at The Nothe. Sit back, relax and enjoy the multi award winning beach at Weymouth or explore the hidden coves all along this part of the coastline. You can book your southern Dorset property here.
We have a few last minute offers available now, so why not enjoy an Easter treat in Dorset.Email us your story