Swanage is a great place to visit in the Autumn and Winter with great walks through the countryside and along the many miles of sandy beaches. What better way to relax after a hard day, or perhaps plan your next day in front of a real log fire or wood burner. All of these cottages have a real fire and would make an ideal cottage to book for an off season visit. You can further refine these results to ensure the cottage you book exactly matches your needs.
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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
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
Fernlea is set in a conservation area in the hamlet of Acton between the villages of Langton Matravers and Worth Matravers. Located just 1 mile from the coast, the house has views over open countryside towards Swanage Bay and the sea beyond. All the bedrooms are en-suite, have a TV, radio and a...More Details
Mulberry Cottage is just 1 mile from the Dorset coast in the small hamlet of Acton close to Langton Matravers and Swanage. A former quarryman's cottage, it has been fully refurbished but has kept its old charm with low beams and stone fire surrounds. Although you will benefit from the quiet...More Details
Newton Manor House is a listed building dating back to the early 1600s just 1 mile away from the sandy beaches of Swanage Bay. Made from the local Purbeck stone, the house offers perfect holiday accommodation for large families or groups of friends. From the first and second floors there are...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
The Old Forge is a single-storey stone cottage in the village of Kingston with views towards the ruins of Corfe Castle. Recently renovated, including a restored forge, the cottage sits next to an ancient stone pub. Lots of things to do and visit close by including Corfe Castle, Swanage Steam...More Details
Quince Cottage is just 1 mile from the Dorset coast in the small hamlet of Acton close to Langton Matravers and Swanage. A former quarryman's cottage, it has been fully refurbished but has kept its old charm with low beams and stone fire surrounds. Although you will benefit from the quiet...More Details
Simkin is located in Wareham within easy walking distance of the shops, pubs and restaurants of the town. Located on the edge of the Purbecks in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty you are well placed to explore all the area has to offer. Arne Nature reserve is a short drive or take a walk along...More Details
Haycraft Cottage is a Grade II listed stone holiday cottage surrounded by beautiful countryside set in the small village of Harman's Cross, between Corfe Castle and Swanage. As such you are perfectly located to explore both of those locations, Corfe Castle with its spectacular scenery and...More Details
Oxford Terrace lies just a few hundred yards from heart of Swanage where there are a good selection of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes. You are very close to the South West Coast path where you can explore along the Jurassic Coast or stay within Swanage and explore Durlston Country Park. Hop...More Details
Tranquillity Cottage is located in Winfrith Newburgh just 3 miles from the Dorset coast and Lulworth Cove. It has chocolate box good looks with its thatched roof, dates from the 17th century and is Grade II listed and is surrounded by stunning countryside that has been designated an Area of...More Details