There are also many traces of a much older Dorset such as prehistoric barrows the fascinating hilltop camp called Maiden Castle or the ruined Corfe Castle which dates from Norman times.
Botanists may stumble over some of the rare plants that grow
Dorset, while geologists will find much to interest
in the fossils and the varied and contorted rock strata
The most impressive examples
the stratified cliffs of Stair Hole at Lulworth Cove while a little way along the cliffs is a forest of fossilized tree stumps.
mile to the
stands the famous Durdle Door, a headland from which an arch has been cut in the rock by the action of the sea.
holiday accommodation we have many hotels
to choose from, if self-catering is required we have
and camp sites also holiday
property, cottages and houses available in the South West. Use our
or look in the Towns
and Villages for more local information on the area..
We have wonderful places to visit, links to attractions and days out,
Eden's gardens are the most popular at the present, but we have many
more, look under where
View your accommodation
before you book from quite guest houses, luxurious hotels, to Grand
Manor House in the towns or countryside, we have placed lots of
country clubs within this section as the properties within the grounds
are available for anyone and they do have such wonderful scenery. For
self-catering, there are many caravan
and camp sites to choose from in woodland or near the beach
and sea. In the West Country you will find a variety of golf
courses with accommodations within the grounds.
night out in the South West gives such a variety quaint
old worlde pubs lurk around every corner mouth watering food in many
guises awaits customers at the various restaurants either in town or
country. The various activities have pages to themselves from Cycling,