There has stood something on this land since neolithic times. The remains of a Norman church which was extensively remodelled during the 14th century sits amongst a pagan henge. Reputed to be haunted by a variety of ghosts from weeping nuns to shadowy men in top hats, we visited this site on a somewhat bleak […]
Situated on the Lulworth Estate and the Jurassic Coastline of Dorset, sits this little limestone delight. A natural formation in the rocks produced by countless years of battering by the sea, it is another pretty and photogenic tourist attraction.
A short walk from Abbotsbury, and a scenic hike downhill from St Catherine’s chapel, is the stunning shingle banks of Chesil beach.
Built in the latter part of the 1300s, the beautiful chapel on the hill survived the dissolution of the monasteries in the 16th century simply because of its location. Overlooking Chesil beach in Abbotsbury this fine building was allowed to remain so that it could be used as a lighthouse. High in the tower you […]
High on a hillside sits one of the most iconic images of Dorset – Corfe Castle. We ventured out on a very cold and windy day to visit this site and weren’t disappointed, if not a little chilly.