Swanage

Swanage on the Isle of Purbeck is a wonderful old-fashioned seaside resort, nestled in its own bay, with plenty of charm and attractions that link the present day with its Victorian past its steam railway and fine pier to name but two... Read More

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Swanage Events

May
Swanage Walking Festival
July
Swanage Regatta and Carnival
September
Steam Gala weekend & Vintage Vehicle Rally
October
Swanage Blues Festival
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Hotels in Swanage - 6 places to stay

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Purbeck House Hotel

Purbeck House Hotel

In extensive gardens overlooking Swanage Bay, this unique family-run hotel combines the atmosphere of a traditional country house with all the amenities of a modern hotel.
Purbeck House Hotel was once a convent. The 38 bedrooms ... More | visit website

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Grand Hotel

Grand Hotel

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The Grand Hotel, Swanage nestles in the heart of the beautiful Isle of Purbeck and dates to 1898. It commands a majestic situation providing a most spectacular view across Swanage ... More

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The Cheese House (2.87 miles)

The Cheese House

4* rated. A lovely Grade II detached cottage, adjacent to the farmhouse, with its own private garden area, BBQ and seating. The Cheese House has just undergone a complete renovation and has been decorated in ... More | visit website

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Kingston Country Courtyard (4.07 miles)

Kingston Country Courtyard
Kingston Country Courtyard gives you a taste of authentic farmstead life in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Situated in open countryside on a picturesque ridge amid the beautiful Purbeck Hills, it offers spectacular views ... More | visit website
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Mortons House Hotel (4.43 miles)

Mortons House Hotel

Mortons House was built from Purbeck stone circa 1590 in the shape of an E to honour Queen Elizabeth I and was formerly linked by underground tunnels to Corfe Castle. Traditional bedrooms make good ... More | visit website

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Scott Arms Hotel (4.43 miles)

Scott Arms Hotel
The Scott Arms, located in Kingston near Corfe Castle. We offer B&B accommodation which has been recently renovated to a very high standard along with our delicious locally-sourced breakfasts, we believe The Scott Arms is ... More | visit website
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Haven Hotel (5.08 miles)

Haven Hotel

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The Haven is located literally on the waters edge, on the famous Sandbanks peninsula in Poole. The facilities at the 77-bedroom hotel include everything you would expect from a four-star hotel ... More

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Classic Cottages (5.51 miles)

Known as the gateway to the Purbecks because of its ferry link to the idyllic Studland shore, Sandbanks is a sandy peninsula connected to the mainland by an isthmian road. Home of the Royal Motor Yacht ... More
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Sandbanks (5.98 miles)

Sandbanks

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One of the only hotels in the country with direct access to a Blue Flag beach, this modern hotel provides spectacular views over the famous Sandbanks.

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Harbour Heights (6.30 miles)

Harbour Heights

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Originally built in the 1920s and transformed into a modern classic, this serene boutique hotel is characterised by contemporary elegance and stunning panoramic views across Poole Harbour. The Harbour Heights Hotel offers ... More

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Milsoms Hotel Poole (6.55 miles)

Milsoms Hotel Poole
The elegant village of Canford Cliffs sits on a hill-top close to Poole Harbour, the Purbeck Hills and some of the best beaches in the country.
Milsoms hotel is situated above the stunning Loch Fyne Restaurant ... More | visit website
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Salterns Hotel (6.78 miles)

Salterns Hotel

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A stylish AA 3-star Hotel with panoramic views over Poole Harbour, Sandbanks and Brownsea Island. Set in an area famous for its history and outstanding natural beauty. The award winning beaches ... More

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