Visit Studland and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Studland, Dorset. The village is mainly of red brick and is set on a beautifully soft bit of coast, with trees and combes, dunes and beaches. Essentially it is a place for walking: the sea is not even visible from the road. The church is the finest Norman one in the county, built on Anglo-Saxon foundations with superb rounded arches and vaulting. The outside north wall is wondrously red with lichen, and a nearby yew cannot be much younger than the church.
North from the village to the mouth of Poole harbour is a National Nature Reserve with nature trail and observation post.
About 1 mile North West, in the great moor which stretches unbroken almost to Wareham, is the Agglestone, a single rock some 17 ft high and reckoned to weigh 400 tons. You have to walk to it.
Nearby towns: Bournemouth, Corfe Castle, Poole, Swanage, Wareham
Nearby villages: Arne, Bloxworth, Boscombe, Bransgore, Broadstone, Canford Cliffs, Canford Magna, Corfe Mullen, East Parley, Hamworthy, Holdenhurst, Holton Heath, Hurn, Kimmeridge, Langton Matravers, Lytchett Matravers, Lytchett Minster, Morden, Northbourne, Parkstone, Sopley, Southbourne, Stoborough, Studland, Tyneham, Ulwell, West Parley, Worth Matravers
Have you decided to visit Studland or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Studland bed and breakfast (a Studland B&B or Studland b and b)
- a Studland guesthouse
- a Studland hotel (or motel)
- a Studland self-catering establishment, or
- other Studland accommodation