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Venues Dorset

 
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Our Opinion

 

Dorset is an ideal leisure location for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts all year round as it benefits from a favourable climate due to its central southern position, which means more sunshine, less rain, milder winters and over the year higher temperatures than the national average.

 
   

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The diverse towns of Dorset are packed full of history and charm. Each has its own character and tales to tell: villages as diverse as Abbotsbury with its Swannery and dramatic views across Chesil Beach, and Cerne Abbas famed for its ruined Abbey and 180 foot chalk hill-side giant.

You'll find historic buildings, long established shops selling the finest local fare, tempting tea rooms and superb village pubs. Explore Europe's largest natural harbour, the stunning entrance to Poole, with five fabulous islands, including the National Trust's Brownsea Island. Take one of the daily sailings to Cherbourg and sail through the breathtaking scenery or enjoy a romantic sunset view across the harbour.

Discover the wild openness of the New Forest or step back in time and experience the nostalgia of Swanage Steam railway.

Explore on foot following our extensive network of paths, or join the circular 73 cycleway, which largely uses the quiet country lanes through North Dorset.

 
   

Featured Venues

 
Dorset offers a wide range of venues to hold your ceremony or celebration, choose from intimate to modern Hotels or the many castles giving the perfect backdrop to any ceremony occasion.

Browse our new National Trust page and see if there is a suitable venue near you for your ceremony and celebration, more
 
   

Gay Scene

 

Bournemouth, with excellent restaurants and vibrant nightlife you will be kept entertained into the early hours, just as you would expect from a lively international resort.

The clubs, bars, pubs and theatres make Bournemouth the entertainment capital of Britain's South Coast. Bournemouth also hosts seven glorious miles of sandy beach, which is the main attraction, but being nestled between a national park and a heritage coast means there is something to keep everyone happy!

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