Described as a country convienence store by TV’s Mary Portas, Queen of Shops, she has re-vamped our local village shop, in Corfe Castle.
Consistently voted Dorset’s most interesting pub. The eccentric Square and Compass hosts many events like the stone carving festival and the largest pumpkin fair.
Recently taken over by two gorgeous brothers, The Scott Arms sells delicious food and if you are lucky you may get a Jamaican food night and live music.
The National Trust is large in Dorset has amazing beaches, ruins and house’s that you can visit on your holiday. Corfe Castle, Hardy’s Cottage, Kingston Lacy, Brownsea Island- where you can see the famous red squirrels and Studland Beach.
Sara and Giuseppe have created this local cookery school using Dorset’s finest produce. Anyone can have a go, from age 5-99.
Endangered and abused monkeys from all over the world can find a piece of heaven in this amazing sanctury.
One of only two in the country, your kids will adore this wet day out.
Award winning, luxurious chocolate and factory on our doorstep.
One of Kingston’s cottage industries, now available at Harrods and all over Purbeck!
Purbeck’s best cycle hire shop by Wareham station, see website for cycle routes in the area.
For an exciting experience use Ocean Bay Watersports for banana boat rides, ring rides and jet ski hire.
Fancy cantering along the beach? Contact Studland Stables.
For windsurfing and powerboating and fine dining- visit Shell Bay.
Learn about the technology behind the machines that shaped our military history.
"The pub is great, very friendly, family loved sleeping in the summer house - we will be back"
J Cushnir, Birmingham