Things to see and do - Swanage
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Swanage Travel guide
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A scenic road leads to this quarry town (marble), whose port was the starting point for shipments of stone and marble used to build Westminster Abbey and the cathedrals of Exeter, Lincoln and Salisbury. Swanage also offers visitors a fine beach and numerous seaside leisure facilities.
Tourist attractions Swanage : Things to see and do
GB - Studland BH19
Not far from the village of Studland are Old Harry Rocks, extraordinary stacks of gleaming chalk that were once part of an unbroken shoreline leading to the Isle of Wight on the other side of the bay.
91 High Street GB - Swanage BH19 2LZ
Nestled in extensive gardens in central Swanage, less than 300 metres from the seafront, this family-run hotel combines traditional country house atmosphere with modern amenities. Steeped in history, the rooms all have a private bathroom, and some h..
Burlington Road GB - Swanage BH19 1LU
Prix Prices from : 65 £
Dating from 1898, this wonderful hotel commands a majestic location, nestled in the heart of the Isle of Purbeck, providing a spectacular view across Swanage Bay and Pevril Point. Many of the rooms and public areas, where you can enjoy a drink, ..
34-36 Burlington Road GB - Swanage BH191LT
Stunning sea views are offered at this cliff-top hotel overlooking Swanage Bay. With private steps down to the beach, The Pines provides free parking and full English breakfasts. Light and traditionally furnished, every room at The Pines Hotel has a..
Manor Rd GB - Studland BH19 3AU
Ferry Rd GB - Studland BH19 3BA
Simply furnished seafood restaurant with a decked terrace; superbly set on the waterfront and boasting views over the water to Brownsea Island - all tables have a view. The daily menu mixes the classical with the more adventurous.