Dorset is famous for its Jurassic Coast, home to a captivating castle, a magical island, a treasure-filled mansion, literary homes, fun-packed beaches and glorious countryside.
The National Trust offers a number of wonderful Dorset holiday cottages. The Golden Cap of West Dorset encompasses the Jurassic Coast, including some of the best views on the south coast. We have six Dorset cottages on the estate including Shedbush Farm House, a former dairy sleeping six with views towards the Golden Cap. Smaller Cottages include Oak Cottage, Ash cottage and Elm Cottage - a row of three individual thatched cottages sleeping four to five people in each.
Portland House in Weymouth is pretty unique. An Art Deco style villa sleeping 12, this villa offers wide terraces with unrivalled sea views.
Purbeck, near Corfe Castle in Devon is one of the richest place for plant life in Britain, home to 14 out of 17 British bat species and supports all six native reptiles. Purbeck Holiday Cottages include the Heathland Cottages, 1, 2 and 3, provide views across the heathland towards Poole, and a short drive away from the famous Studland Beach.
The Vineyard Farm Cottage at Corfe Castle was named after the vineyard that was found in the nearby field. Now this charming thatched cottage sleeps four with direct views of the castle.
Don’t forget, many of our Dorset holiday cottages welcome dogs, to find out more about our dog friendly cottages click here.