The azure seas, soft sands and striking cliffs of Dorset’s coastline are just a short drive away from Warmwell. Highlights include Durdle Door, a mammoth limestone archway that extends into the sea, and Lulworth Cove, a unique landform where striking seas contrast beautifully with sweeping golden sands and a crescent-shaped headland.
The market town of Dorchester is just minutes from Warmwell. Here you can shop for fresh local produce, explore varied museums and enjoy excellent shopping and dining venues. While further afield you’ll discover sailing capital Weymouth, historic Wareham and chic Sandbanks.Request a brochure Arrange a visit
A historic market town on the banks of the River Frame, famously known as the birthplace of novelist Thomas Hardy and its 18th Century elegant houses.
A busy cosmopolitan seaside resort that boasts a traditional harbour contrasting against a bustling modern town centre.
One of England's most fashionable resorts, Bournemouth attracts millions of visitors of all nationalities every year.
A 65 acre ape rescue centre that's home to 150 primates of 15 different species. Keep the kids busy all day in the woodland walk, pets encounter and play areas.
The Tank Museum
Boasting the world's best location of tanks, The Tank Museum brings the history of tanks to life. Learn about the experiences in Afghanistan, walk in the footsteps of a world war one soldier and learn why the tank was invented.
Abbotsbury Sub Tropical Gardens
A magnificent 20 acre garden filled with rare and exotic plants from all over the world. It also boasts stunning views across the Jurassic coastline that are not to be missed.
Weymouth Sea Life Park
With something for the whole family, this fantastic park holds over 1000 creatures including giant crabs, sea dragons, otters and penguins. Peak season it has thrilling rides such as the Splash Lagoon.
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