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Purbeck Links

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Places to stay, visit or to discover more about Purbeck

We've added some links below to enhance your visit to Purbeck....ideas for places to stay, visit or which provide more information about this lovely corner of Dorset and how the land is managed.

Places to stay:

If you want to get away from it all and stay in a magical location in the heart of Purbeck, and close to Poole Harbour, why not try Burnbake Forest Lodges and Campsite - perfect for a family escape to the country - all year round.

You'll be sure of a warm welcome from owners Steph and Richard at Spurwing Guesthouse and just 5 minutes walk from the historic Saxon town of Wareham. 

Experience the delights of a traditional farm manor house in the heart of the Purbeck Hills. Bradle Farmouse is the perfect location for a relaxing break in the Isle of Purbeck

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Places to visit:

Why not visit the Purbeck Cider Company located just outside Corfe Castle. Wander through their orchards and sample some of the best tipples Purbeck has to offer at the Dorset Cider Farm

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Discover Purbeck:

On our safaris, we travel across the rare lowland heath habitat of the Purbeck National Nature Reserve. Find out more about how this unique landscape is being protected and the exciting development of the Purbeck Heaths Grazing Unit

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The Isle of Purbeck forms part of the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Discover some of the work that the organisation undertakes to protect and enhance the Dorset landscape

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The Visit Wareham website has a huge amount of information to help visitors to the area discover what there is to see and do around the Wareham area and across Purbeck to make the most of your stay

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