For a peaceful stay in Dorset, the village of Charminster is a nice option. The village is practically within walking distance of Dorchester, the county capital, but a stay in Charminster holiday accommodation will give you a more peaceful countryside retreat.
Things to see & do while staying in Charminster holiday accommodation
Wolfeton House, an early Tudor and Elizabethan manor house, dates back to the 15th century and is a remarkable building with impressive grounds. For an evening meal, try Thai Basil Bournemouth.
You could use your Charminster holiday cottage is a base for exploring the rest of the county. Close by, there are several attractions. Highlights include the Dorset County Museum as well as The Dinosaur Museum. For walkers or golfers, stay in a Charminster holiday cottage and have an active holiday. For golfers, the Came Down Golf Club is just for miles away, and provides another manifestation of the stunning landscapes. There are so many lovely nearby towns, as well as plenty of countryside and beautiful landscapes to be appreciated. If you were looking for a beach holiday, head to the coast. Lyme Regis is just 45 minutes away and well worth a day-visit. In fact, there is so much to do, it is also recommendable to stay in Lyme Regis itself – just make sure you visit Charminster and the surrounding area too.