Relax in comfort and enjoy all the delights of Dorset in some of the finest accommodation across the county. Everyone has their own ideas of what makes the best holiday accommodation, but being such a popular tourist destination, there are a whole range of properties to suit every taste and budget all over Dorset.Read More...
Whether you’re planning a coastal escape, want to spend some time in the countryside or you want to hang out in one of the many charming towns and villages here in Dorset. There are plenty of great places to stay, with everything from top quality hotels, country houses, B&B and guesthouses, self-catering properties, from cottages to apartments, holiday parks and campsites.
Wherever you choose to stay, you’ll find a warm welcome, a great night’s sleep and of course, some incredible breakfasts created with the best local ingredients. Each kind of property has its own pros and charms if you like to take advantage of additional facilities, take a look at the range of hotels. You’ll find them in all different shapes and sizes, from the small, intimate boutique hotels to the large, country houses. If you want the chance to sample some of Dorset’s incredible produce but have your day start with a filling breakfast, browse through the B&Bs and Guesthouses. An added plus of staying at one of these properties is the fact that they are usually independently owned with the owners living on-site, so you have built-in tour guides offering the best local knowledge and late bookings are often discounted.
For the ultimate freedom, but all the home comforts, a self-catering property is a great choice. There are a number of different self-catering accommodation providers, from cottages, apartments, barn conversions and more. These properties are great for those that need to be flexible and want more space, so families, larger groups or those that want to really get to grips with the great food on offer might want to consider staying in one of these properties.
Speaking of families, family groups love Dorset’s many holiday parks. These parks have loads of on-site facilities from entertainment, bars, swimming pools and other sporting activities and many of them cater especially for families, so you’ll find soft play, children’s clubs and the option to use a creche. You’ll find these parks in many fantastic locations, from the coast to the country, and you often get a choice of accommodation types too, with caravans, lodges and more.
Or perhaps you want to get back to nature and holiday in the great outdoors? In that case, you’ll want to click here to book a break at one of the many campsites in the region. Either bring your own tent and book a pitch or head to a static park with caravans all year round. With camping you can have as much or as little as you want in terms of facilities, depending on how rustic you want to go! If you need a compromise, give glamping a try! Literally meaning glamorous camping, you get all the charm of camping, but without the faff of having to put up your own tents or having to rummage around in the dark for a torch every time you need a wee in the night. Glamping is becoming increasingly more popular and with the unique accommodation options, as well as the chance to get back to basics and enjoy the countryside, it’s no wonder.
You’ll also find a great range of accessible accommodation here in Dorset, take a look at the properties to see if they’re suitable for your needs and if in doubt, drop them a line. Many of the properties in this region are also dog-friendly, so whether you want to bring a service animal or your four-legged friends are part of the family, they can join in the breaks too.
Take a look at Dorset’s accommodation here and be inspired for your next getaway.