Welcoming Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Swanage, Purbeck, Dorset
The Purbeck Peninsula and Jurassic Coastline
Swanage forms part of the world famous Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site which covers 95 miles of coastline from Old Harry Rocks at Studland to Exmouth in East Devon. West Dorset is considered to be a very good area in which to find fossils and the beaches around Kimmeridge are very popular with fossil hunters.
The South West Coast Path is popular with walkers at all times of the year, being the longest of the country’s National Trails. Only a few miles away you can find Corfe Castle and Wareham, an ancient walled town located on the river Frome, with boat trips down the river into Poole Harbour.
Swanage has a well earned reputation for being a good place to relax, enjoy the scenery, walk, cycle, dive and enjoy the warm south west weather.
Many visitors return each year to enjoy the many attractions of the local Purbeck area, fossil hunting along the Jurassic Coast, walking the South West Coast Path, visiting many local atractions including Old Harry Rocks, Durlston Country Park, Lulworth Cove, Corfe Castle and Durdle Door.