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Dog-friendly Dorset

Our furry friends deserve a change of scene as much as we do, and Dorset is the perfect place to take your pet on a dog-friendly holiday or short break. Glorious beaches beckon (many of them open to dogs year-round), as does incredible countryside. Meanwhile,...

Family Holidays in Dorset: A Guide

Family Holidays in Dorset: A Guide Devon and Cornwall might get the lion’s share of the press, but that only makes Dorset even more of a exciting choice for family holidays – less crowded and less pricey, yet with its own unique attractions that you won’t...

What’s On in Dorset in 2020

What’s On in Dorset in 2020 From food and drink to art, music, theatre, history and outdoors activities, Dorset packs a punch when it comes to events all through the year. The following are just some of our favourites over the coming 12 months. Ecofest, 22 March...

Christmas in Dorset

  Whether it’s a white Christmas or just a chilly one, the festive season is a glorious time of year for a Dorset break, with lots of fun events to enjoy and all of that gorgeous countryside and those lovely beaches to enjoy free of the...

Our Top 40 Songs for Car Journeys with Kids

There’s no disguising the fact that road trips with kids can be trying – even with a lovely holiday or break, or a family-friendly festival, waiting for you at the other end. And though it’s tempting just to let children play with their gadgets to keep...

Traditional Dorset Recipes You Have To Try | Greenwood Grange

  Dorset is famous far and wide for its food and drink, including its super-fresh seafood. And appreciating the county’s culinary delights to the max is a way of both fully enjoying your holiday or break and immersing yourself in local culture. Famous places to eat in...