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Holiday Lodges 1 to 10 in Dorset
New Forest Lodges in Cranborne, Dorset. New Forest Lodges are located in just on the edge of the world famous New Forest National Park. They are located in a beautiful and tranquil location. This stunning cluster of lodges is a haven of peace and tranquillity offering the perfect luxury escape. These luxury lodges have great views over private lakes.
Merley Woodland Lodges in Wimborne, Dorset. Merley Woodland Lodges are surrounded by 10 acres of beautiful parkland and boast 5 acres of woodland. This small cluster of luxury lodges sits just a mile from the ancient market town of Wimborne. With easy access to the beautiful New Forest and coastal resorts such a Bournemouth these lodges are an ideal location.
Saxon Maybank Lodges in Bradford Abbas, Dorset. Saxon Maybank Lodges are tucked away amid lush Dorset farmland that boasts unrivalled views over some of England's finest countryside. These gloriously positioned lodges offer a blissfully peaceful haven far from the stresses of everyday life.
Sandford in Poole, Dorset. Set in acres of peaceful Dorset woodland close to the World Heritage Jurassic coastline Sandford offers a truly special base for a memorable family holiday. Glorious sandy beaches are close by and you are superbly placed for exploring the New Forest or the bustling towns of Poole and Bournemouth.
Burnbake Forest Lodges in Burnbake Wareham, Dorset. Located in the heart of the Rempstone Estate these superb architect-designed lodges boast hot tubs for making the most of the wonderful woodland setting and the nearby unspoilt views stretching to Poole Harbour and renowned Studland Beach. A truly unique Dorset experience!
Endymion in Ringwood, Dorset. Composed of a scattering of farms and cottages, the little hamlet of Linwood is found towards the western end of the New Forest National Park, not far from Ringwood - a community well served by two pubs renowned for their good food and real ales. The New Forest – the country's smallest National Park – is comprised of 150 square miles of magnificent woodland and heather covered heathland dotted with picturesque villages. The area is famous for its unusual wildlife such as herds of wild ponies, cattle and deer, and a great many species of birds. The forest is full of wonderful paths, which are great for walking, cycling and horse riding with bike hire and pony trekking available from nearby Burley. The famous National Motor Museum at Beaulieu is within easy reach, as are the stunning gardens at Exbury.
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