Featured hotels in Dorset

  • £106

    Average price per night

    Coombehayes Lodge, Uplyme
    Description Coombehayes Lodge is situated in Uplyme. This holiday home also has free WiFi. The holiday home comes with a TV and 1 bedroom. Guests can also relax in the garden.
  • £141

    Average price per night

    Cowleaze, Leigh
    Description Cowleaze is located in Leigh. Complimentary WiFi is featured. The holiday home is fitted with a TV and 3 bedrooms. Guests can relax in the garden at the property.
  • £103

    Average price per night

    Marlott, East Orchard

    Marlott

    East Orchard

    Description Marlott is set in East Orchard. This self-catered cottage has a garden. The cottage features 2 bedrooms, a TV, an equipped kitchen with an oven and a toaster, and a bathroom with a shower.
  • £123

    Average price per night

    Exchange Building Apartments by esa, Bournemouth
    8.1 Very good 20 reviews
    Description Exchange Building is located in a quiet side street within the centre off Bournemouth and 5 minutes’ walk from its beaches.
    Review

    "Great accomodation, smoth transatcion, everything perfect."

    Nat86. United Kingdom
  • £59

    Average price per night

    The Riviera Hotel & Holiday Apartments Alum Chine, Bournemouth
    8.3 Very good 1,573 reviews

    2 people are looking at this moment

    Description The Riviera Hotel has a peaceful location, looking out over the trees of Alum Chine to the bay. With free Wi-Fi and free parking, leisure facilities include a hot tub and indoor pool.
    Review

    "Very welcoming for my dog - the staff go out of their way to welcome us. I got an upgrade to a room with a balcony and I loved being able to sit and look at the view."

    Judith. Guernsey
  • £80

    Average price per night

    Cottonwood Boutique Hotel, Bournemouth
    8.3 Very good 1,087 reviews

    4 people are looking at this moment

    Description With magnificent panoramic views across the bay, the chic Cottonwood Boutique Hotel has a superb cliff-top location.
    Review

    "Lovely, clean rooms and friendly staff, will be visiting again"

    Ashleigh Dilley. Australia

Southern English Natural Charm

With one of the highest proportions of conservation areas in England, the Dorset County includes 2 ‘Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ covering more than half of its territory. It is also famous for the ‘Jurassic Coast’, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that actually represents three-quarters of the county’s coastline.

Considering that half of the population lives in the south-east of the county, Dorset is characterised by an enchanting countryside atmosphere. Languid limestone hills and clay valleys cover a big part of its surface. Loads of Dorset hotels and inns are spread throughout this area.

Shaftesbury is one of the most picturesque towns, rolling down the hill with old rural houses. A visit to the chief town of Dorchester and its County Museum is a must. Check out some of the Dorset boutique hotels located in old refurbished manor houses, and spread throughout the county.

The Jurassic Coast runs along 155 km. It includes magnificent formations like the Lulworth Cove and the Durdle Door arch, plus the Isle of Portland with Chesil Beach and its large tidal lagoon.

The cities of Weymouth, Poole, Bournemouth, and Christchurch are located along its coasts. Experience this charming piece of England, don’t miss the Booking.com special offers for Dorset hotels.

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