5 Star Swanage Holiday Cottages to suit all tastes and budgets. 5 star Swanage holiday cottages sleeping six to twelve people. You can get results that match your exact needs by refining the results further using the options below. Click on the holiday cottage image or more details button to be taken to the cottages full information..
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Woodyhyde Courtyard is a single storey holiday home on the outskirts of Corfe Castle set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This is a very popular property as it has a host of leisure facilities including an indoor heated swimming pool and sauna with changing room with shower and toilet. If...More Details
Overbay is located in Swanage and with stunning views over Swanage Bay from the large, decked terrace. Arranged 'upside down' to make the most of the views, you are just 150 yards from the town centre and only 250 yards from the Blue Flag beach. For days out hop onto the Swanage Steam...More Details
The Old Barn is situated in the hamlet of Harmans Cross on Dorset’s picturesque Isle of Purbeck. Set on the owners working farm, the barn is detached and has been converted and furnished to an extremely high standard as reflected in the Visit England 5 star rating. Vintage railway enthusiasts...More Details
The Old Guildhall is located in Corfe Castle in the Isle of Purbeck and has been renovated to mix period features with contemporary design. The house contains many original works of art and has been featured in House and Garden magazine. The landscape is dominated by the ruined castle, which is...More Details
Hambury House is a beautiful, new build, thatched cottage in the quaint village of West Lulworth. The property has been tastefully designed to delicately incorporate traditional features such as a thatched roof and wooden ceiling beams into the build, whilst retaining a contemporary feel. Situated...More Details
Red Lion Cottage dates back 400 years and was originally ’The Red Lion Inn’ and served its own ale to King George III in 1802. Refurbished to a good standard, yet retaining many of its original character features. All bedrooms have been individually designed and furnished, and offer...More Details