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Located in the heart of Swanage, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Swanage Museum and Heritage Centre and Swanage 18 Hole Pitch and Putt. Durlston Country ...
Swanage is located at the very end of the A351 and is part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. Offering a spectacularly rugged coastline, beautiful beaches and a bounty of fascinating attractions, it's an ideal destination, whatever you want from your downtime. There's plenty of Swanage accommodation to choose from, ranging from discreet B&Bs and inns blistering with character, to quiet country cottages and impressive hotels. With something to suit virtually every budget, your trip away can be a comfortable one, whether you're visiting for business or pleasure.
When it comes to attractions, Swanage is famous for the sheer number of local attractions it holds within its borders. Corfe Castle acts as the ruined portal to the Isle of Purbeck. Having stood for over a thousand years, it's one of the finest examples of architecture from the time of the English Civil War. Durlston Country Park & National Nature Reserve is another popular attraction, offering over 280 acres of unspoilt greenery, acting as home to over 250 species of bird, over 30 species of butterfly and over 500 species of wildflower. Many Swanage hotels, such as the Arbour House B&B and the Purbeck House Hotel, are within a stone's throw of most of the local sights.
While it might appear to be dominated by gift shops and cafés, Swanage offers some fantastic shopping opportunities. The town centre hosts a number of independent retailers and boutique shops, in addition to the usual high street chains and upmarket stores. However, if you want high-end shopping centres, both Poole and Bournemouth are less than an hour away. Booking a Swanage hotel, such as the Town Hall Lodge, puts you within easy reach of all the fabulous amenities that Swanage has to offer.
Swanage is well served by restaurants, with many having settled along Shore Road. However, if you don't fancy going out for dinner, many hotels, such as the Purbeck House Hotel, boast their own restaurant, serving superb, locally-sourced dishes.
With an astonishing array of attractions, enviable shopping and outstanding accommodation, Swanage is a superb destination at any time of year.