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Milton Abbas, Dorset.

Milton Abbas (50 Pictures) a Picturesque Village in the county of Dorset

(1.8 miles, 3.0 km, direction W of Lower Whatcombe)

Milton Abbas is a superb thatched village which has the distinction of being the first planned village of its kind in England...

Athelhampton House, Dorset

Athelhampton (3 Pictures) in the county of Dorset

(6.2 miles, 9.9 km, direction SW of Lower Whatcombe)

Athelhampton lies close to the little River Piddle which almost entirely encircles Athelhampton House which was built in the 15th-century by Sir William Martyn who was granted the lands and a license to build upon them by King Henry VII in the year 1483...

Bridge over River Stour at White Mill, near Sturminster Marshall, Dorset

Sturminster Marshall (1 Pictures) a Picturesque Village in the county of Dorset

(7.0 miles, 11.2 km, direction E of Lower Whatcombe)

Sturminster Marshall is famous for its beautiful White Corn Mill and for the magnificent eight arched bridge spanning the River Stour...

Sturminster Newton in Dorset

Sturminster Newton (40 Pictures) a Historic Market Town in the county of Dorset

(8.6 miles, 13.9 km, direction N of Lower Whatcombe)

A small attractive Market Town in Dorset...

Wimborne Minster

Wimborne Minster (103 Pictures) a Historic Market Town in the county of Dorset

(10.8 miles, 17.4 km, direction E of Lower Whatcombe)

Wimborne Minster is a magnificent Georgian town in the valley of the delightful River Stour...

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Athelhampton House, Dorset

Athelhampton House (10 Pictures)

(6.0 miles, 9.6 km, direction SW)

Athelhampton House is a fine example of a 15th Century house nestling in deepest Dorset...

Bridge over River Stour at White Mill, near Sturminster Marshall, Dorset

White Mill (5 Pictures)

(7.4 miles, 11.9 km, direction E)

The White Mill is an attraction in the delightful village of Sturminster Marshall. The cornmill occupies a site recorded in.....

A picture of Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre

Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre (47 Pictures)

(7.7 miles, 12.4 km, direction S)

This is a place where "Monkey Business" really is acceptable, for the centre is home to over 150 primates of 15 different.....

View from Badbury Rings, Near Wimborne, Dorset

Badbury Rings (19 Pictures)

(7.9 miles, 12.7 km, direction E)

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Kingston Lacey in Wimborne Minster, Dorset

Kingston Lacy (44 Pictures)

(8.7 miles, 14.0 km, direction E)

Set in 250 acres of spectacular parkland landscaped in the latter half of the 18th century and now roamed by a herd of Red Devon.....

Thomas Hardy's cottage in Higher Bockhampton, Dorset

Hardy's Cottage (4 Pictures)

(8.9 miles, 14.3 km, direction SW)

Home of poet and novelist Thomas Hardy until the age of 34. Under the Greenwood Tree and Far from the Madding Crowd were.....

Cerne Giant in Cerne Abbas, Dorset.

Cerne Abbas Giant (2 Pictures)

(10.6 miles, 17.0 km, direction W)

This magnificent figure cut into the turf of a chalk hillside is best viewed from the north of the village. He is known as "The.....


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