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|Things to See and do in the Area|
|Chettle House (6 Miles)
In 1710 Thomas Archer was commissioned to build Chettle House. The house has no corners, all the corners are rounded in common with the Archer style.
Kingston Lacy (6 Miles)
Kingston Lacy is a magnificent mansion managed by The National Trust. It has important collections and is set in attractive formal gardens and parkland.
Priest's House Museum (8 Miles)
The Priest's House is a historic town house dating from the 16th century. This is a Grade II listed building which retains many original architectural features.
Athelhampton House and Gardens (10 Miles)
Athelhampton is one of the finest 15th century houses in England, containing many magnificently furnished rooms. The gardens, dating from 1891, have excellent views and gain much from the fountains and River Piddle flowing through.
Stapehill Abbey (11 Miles)
For nearly 200 years, Stapehill Abbey, home to a Silent Order of Nuns, was a place of quiet retreat and meditation locked away from the outside world. It is now a museum, farm, gardens and craft centre.
Wimborne Minster (9 Miles)
The delightful historic, bustling market town of Wimborne Minster lies in the picturesque water meadows of the rivers Stour and Allen. Wimborne Minster is twinned with Valognes in France and Ochsenfurt in Germany.
Cerne Abbas (14 Miles)
Famed for the Cerne Giant - a striking, mysterious, 180-foot high figure cut into the chalk downs overlooking the village, Cerne Abbas is popular for its picturesque streets, 15th century houses and Abbey ruins.
Milborne Port (14 Miles)
Milborne Port was once one of the most important towns in Somerset, with its own mint. Attractive old buildings include the market hall, Guildhall, church and fives court.
Dorchester (15 Miles)
The county town of Dorchester has much to offer the visitor, with its bustling shopping precincts, elegant 18th century houses and vital cultural life.
Bournemouth (15 Miles)
Internationally renowned for being one of Europe's most fashionable resorts, Bournemouth attracts millions of visitors of all ages and nationalities each year
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