New House Farm

Lyme Regis

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An abundance of wildlife can be seen in the garden at New House Farm

Bird in garden at New House Farm

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The Jurassic Coast

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Welcome to the Kingdom of Wessex. There is so much to see and do. We are in an ancient landscape of deep vales, high hills and marvellous views with lots of tiny villages, all to be discovered.

Hardy's Cottage

Now maintained by the National Trust, Thomas Hardy was born here at Higher Bockhampton in 1840. If you are familiar with his novels you can visit Max Gate, Dorchester (Hardy's Casterbridge) which is the heartland of Hardy's Wessex.

Lulworth Cove

Golden Cap

The highest point on the south coast with far reaching views. Seatown offers a nice beach, pub and fossils. A walk over the top and the ruins of St Gabriel's lies to the west then off again over Stonebarrow and down into Charmouth. Wonderful!

Abbotsbury

Hardy's Cottage

Lulworth Cove

As part of the Jurassic Coast the cove itself and the Stair Hole is a wonderful example of the effects of the sea on rocks.

There is also the Castle, and pretty little whitewashed stone and thatched cottages. Fantastic walking across the Army ranges when open. Visit the lost village of Tyneham.

Seatown and the Golden Cap

Abbotsbury

Such a lot to offer! The famous swannery, the sub-tropical gardens, St Catherine's Chapel built completely of stone - roof as well, so the walls are 4ft thick! Tythe Barn always something going on.

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