Did you know... Dorset was Jane Austen's home and features in many films?

Dorset’s beautiful and dramatic scenery has long made the county a favourite with writers, poets and film crews. Jurassic cliffs plunge alongside picturesque harbour towns and coastal resorts, providing an impressive backdrop for many destinations. Blue Chip Holidays offer self catering accommodation in many of the county’s towns, each of which has a slightly different experience to offer than the next.

Dorset’s relatively small size as a county proves convenient for guests, as the various family attractions are within easy reach of one another for handy days out.
Dorset’s many beaches comprise the famous Jurrasic Coast, the first natural World Heritage site in England. There are several ways in which visitors to Dorset can experience the Jurrassic Coast, including specialised walks, a boat trip, or even by hopping onto the area’s Jurrassic Coast bus.

The Chetnole Inn

The Chetnole Inn sits surrounded by Dorset’s countryside, and this friendly pub and restaurant have a loyal following of fans. The menu includes everything from three course meals to light snacks and the snug bar is one of those that just makes you want to pick an armchair and curl up for a chat. There’s plenty of seating outside in...

Sherborne Museum

Sherborne Museum sits right in the centre of town, and it’s housed inside a Grade II listed building that once belonged to the abbey. The attraction opened in 1968 and since then its collections have expanded so much that it’s had to buy what was once a shoe shop next door to expand. Inside, the museum’s home to some of...
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