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Jewels of the Jurassic Coast Walk

Jewels of the Jurassic Coast Walk

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  • Holiday typeSelf-guided walking
  • Duration5 nights
  • Accommodationhotel-to-hotel
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  • Activity level
  • From $915per person, tour only
  • Departures
    Daily Departures from 20 Sep '18 to 30 Sep '19
  • What your holiday price includes
  • 5 nights hotel-to-hotel accommodation in a mix of , and hotels
  • All Breakfasts
  • Management by your local Headwater-appointed agent
  • Route directions and maps
  • Luggage transfers between hotels
  • Optional Upgrades
  • Room upgrades and extra nights at selected hotels
  • Excellent choice for
  • Flora & fauna, bird spotting opportunities, art & history, swimming opportunities, couples, coastal routes, lake & river routes
      from 25 reviews

Mrs Harrison says...
Excellent coastal scenery. Be wary of ticks especially if taking the upper path on the day to Lulworth cove. It is worth having an extra night in Weymouth ...
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Jewels of the Jurassic Coast Walk

  • Sweeping sea-cliffs, panoramic chalk downs, rich rolling hills, ancient woodlands, meadows and hedgerows
  • Rare birds, plants and butterflies; incredible variety of wildflowers
  • UNESCO-listed Jurassic Coast - England's first Natural World Heritage Site
  • Unique history: battle-worn castles, Iron Age forts, WWII bunkers and fossils spanning 185 million years!
  • Traditional seaside towns, spectacular bays and beaches, delightful English villages, world-renowned tea-rooms!

Beautifully varied and wonderfully unspoilt, Dorset's award-winning Jurassic Coast offers 95 miles of idyllic sandy beaches backed by ancient craggy cliffs and meadows carpeted with seasonal wildflowers. In 2001, it gained UNESCO recognition as England's first Natural World Heritage Site charting 185 million years of the earth's history, with rocks and fossils dating to Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous times.

This 5-night walk is the perfect introduction to Dorset's wild and beautiful landscape, where the quietly rolling Purbeck Hills stand in stark contrast to the huge falcon patrolled chalk cliffs, and where every climb is rewarded with fantastic sweeping sea views. In the main, your route follows the coast-hugging long-distance South West Coast Path, pitching and swooping from one downland hollow to the next before a gentle descent into Lulworth Cove by way of the panoramic Burning Cliff and the world-famous rock-arch, Durdle Door. The 280-acre Durlston Country Park is a haven for wildlife (including rare red squirrels) and, with over 250 species of birds, is an ornithologist's paradise. On your final stretch, if you're lucky, you may spot bottlenose dolphins and playful seals emerging from the waves beyond Swanage where the procession of sculpted cliffs and towering chalk stacks known as Old Harry Rocks, marks the end of the Jurassic Coast.

As well as outstanding natural beauty, the region is also rich in archaeology with ancient forts and crumbling castles proudly guarding quintessential rural villages tucked into tranquil corners and crammed with traditional sandstone cottages, tempting tearooms and atmospheric old coaching inns serving great local food. The places you'll be staying in are among the best in the region, including a beachfront B&B in Weymouth and a lovely C19 mansion in the centre of historic Swanage. Breakfasts are included everywhere; with so many dining options on your doorstep, we've left other meals up to you.



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Day-by-day itinerary



Walking information

Varied walking mostly on the South West Coast Path but with sections through open meadows and along country lanes. Some steep, but relatively short, ascents and descents along with some clifftop walking, but a head for height is not necessary.




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Day 1 Arrive in Weymouth

We meet you at Weymouth train station and take you (5 mins) to your contemporary B&B right on the town's splendid Georgian Esplanade. Stroll the amazing sands, visit the bustling C17 harbour or take a taxi (5 mins) to the C16 Sandsfoot Castle - one of Henry VIII's Device Forts. (Staying at the Hotel Rembrandt, Breakfast only)

Day 2 Weymouth to Lulworth/Corfe 15km/9.5mi/5hr

Take a short (11 mins) bus transfer to join one of the most scenic sections of the magnificent 630-mile long South West Coast Path. With the dramatic white chalk cliffs as your backdrop, you follow the classic smugglers' route down to picturesque Osmington where the aptly named C13 Smugglers' Inn does great coffee! A short climb to the top of Burning Cliff is rewarded with the most fabulous views of the fossil-filled Jurassic Coast before continuing on to Durdle Door - one of the most photographed rock arches in the world. Today's final stretch hugs the coast down into gorgeous Lulworth Cove - a great place for lunch, a swim or a journey back through 185 million years of history at the renowned Heritage Centre. A pre-arranged taxi will collect you for the 20-minute journey to Corfe, described as one of the most beautiful villages in England, where you stay overnight. (Staying at Olivers, Breakfast only)

Day 3 Corfe to Swanage 11km/7mi/3hr

Built by William the Conqueror and destroyed by Cromwell's vengeful troops during the Civil War, the dramatic ruins of Corfe Castle - now a National Trust property and the setting for several historical feature films - stand at the gateway to the Isle of Purbeck and its surrounding hills. We've deliberately kept today's walk short to enable you to explore at leisure before setting out on the panoramic ridge high above the village. It's a journey of diverse natural beauty - with Poole Harbour and Bournemouth to your left, the rolling Purbeck Hills to your right and the Isle of Wight clearly visible in the distance - as you follow the pretty Purbeck Way into Swanage, a small Victorian seaside town with a stunning semi-circular bay. You spend two nights at lovely Purbeck House, close to the town centre and just a few minutes' walk from the beach. (Staying at Purbeck House Hotel, Breakfast only)

Day 4 At Swanage (Optional) 8km/5mi/2.5hr

We strongly recommend a circular walk today to Durlston Country Park, a magnificent 280-acre nature reserve of sea-cliffs, downs, meadows, hedgerows and woods. With 250+ bird species, 500+ moths and 33 species of breeding butterfly, few places in the country have the same ornithological appeal as Durlston and, from March to July, hidden deep in the cliffs are sea birds, swifts and swallows. The recently restored Victorian castle boasts a fully interactive Visitor Centre, restaurant and panoramic roof terrace. (Staying at Purbeck House Hotel, Breakfast only)

Day 5 Swanage to Sandbanks 13km/8mi/4hr

Today's magnificent coastal path hugs Swanage Bay as you climb gently out of the town and up to the famous white chalk sea stacks, Old Harry Rocks. As you continue towards the tiny Purbeck village of Studland, you'll pass 'Dragon's Teeth' tank traps and Fort Henry - a concrete observation bunker built in 1943 and used by Churchill, Eisenhower and King George VI to watch the rehearsals for D-Day. From the gorgeous white sands of Studland, it's just a short hop (5 mins) on the chain ferry across to the luxury **** Haven Hotel & Spa on the exclusive Sandbanks peninsula. There's an optional bus ride for those wanting to visit neighbouring Poole - a beautiful coastal town whose natural harbour is the second largest in the world. (Staying at Haven Hotel, Breakfast only)

Day 6 Leave Sandbanks

Where you stay

During your holiday you stay at the following hotels. If you'd like to extend your time at any of these or, if you'd like to enhance your stay with an upgraded room, just let us know at the time of booking.

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Hotel Rembrandt, Weymouth

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Situated just a few minutes' walk from Weymouth's seafront esplanade, beautiful sandy beach and town centre, the Hotel Rembrandt, part of the Best Western group, offers 78 comfortable rooms with contemporary decor. All rooms offer an ensuite bathroom, tea and coffee-making facilities, 24-hour room service, flat screen TV and fibre Wi-Fi.

Guests have complimentary use of the hotel's Leisure Club, an ideal place to relax that features a heated swimming pool, gym, sauna, steam room, spa bath and sun bed. For those aching muscles, there is also a spa treatment room (open Mon-Sat) and a choice of massage and health & beauty treatments (payable locally).

After plenty of sea air to swell your appetite, the hotel's Gallery Restaurant offers wholesome, freshly prepared dishes using locally sourced ingredients. The Gallery Bar is ideal for pre- or after-dinner drinks.

Find out more on the hotel website and read customer reviews on Tripadvisor.

DatesExecutive RoomSuperior Room
01/05/2018 - 30/09/2018£14£28

All prices shown above are valid from 30/04/2018. Executive Rooms offer more space as well as upgraded toiletries, 42' LED Flat Screen Television and a docking station/speaker. Superior Rooms offer more space, bathrobe & slippers, two flat screen TV's, a 2-seater sofa, fresh fruit and flavoured water, minibar/fridge and a pillow menu.

Please contact us for extra night prices.

Olivers, Corfe Castle

Situated in the postcard pretty, historic village of Corfe in the shadow of the incredible castle ruins is this small, friendly, family run B&B. The guest accommodation was built circa 1833 from the fine grey Purbeck stone you can see throughout the village and has worn many hats in its 180 years of life. It has been a tea room, a grocers and a fine crystal shop amongst other things, but now it is a traveller's treasure in one of the most beautiful places in the country. Rooms are all en suite and are furnished to a high standard.

Find out more on the hotel website and read customer reviews on Tripadvisor.

Room upgrades are not available at this hotel.

Please contact us for extra night prices.

Alford House, Corfe Castle

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Dating back to the C17 Alford House has previously also served as the grocer's and has now been tastefully refurbished into a B&B where the rooms make a feature of the old stone walls. There is also a sitting room/dining room at the property with a large selection of local maps and guides. The history of Corfe Village is inseparably linked to the castle, whose slighted ruin dominates the surrounding area.

Find out more on the hotel website and read customer reviews on Tripadvisor.

Room upgrades are not available at this hotel.

Please contact us for extra night prices.

Purbeck House Hotel, Swanage

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Occupying the highest point on Swanage High Street, Purbeck House Hotel was constructed in 1875 in the Scottish Baronial style, imitating a feudal castle. The building was the creation of George Burt, a man referred to by Thomas Hardy as 'The King of Swanage', and features some interesting artifacts including: statues from the Royal Exchange (the one destroyed by fire); a tiled floor originally laid in the House of Commons; an arch that once stood in Hyde Park; a balustrade and columns from old Billingsgate Market; granite left over from the Albert Memorial; a richly carved crown thistle and rose from the mediaeval Parliament Buildings (burnt down in 1834) and a gargoyle said to come from Westminster Hall. The hotel is split into two buildings, the original house and the Louisa Lodge, both offering comfortable well appointed rooms.

Find out more on the hotel website and read customer reviews on Tripadvisor.

DatesSea View Sea view with Balcony
01/05/2018 - 31/10/2018£12£20

All prices shown above are valid from 12/07/2018. Supplements are per person per night based on 2 sharing.

Please contact us for extra night prices.

Haven Hotel, Sandbanks

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The Haven Hotel is on the very tip of the Sandbanks peninsula at the entrance to Poole Harbour and offers incredible views across the water all the way to the Isle of Wight! Rooms are tastefully furnished and well equipped and the hotel has a fantastic restaurant and bar. It also offers guests free use of the impressive spa facilities which include indoor hydrotherapy pools, sauna and steam room, outdoor heated pool, jacuzzi and a sun lounger area. With sea views and a private entrance onto the beach, you can hear the waves crashing as you recline with a glass of wine.

Find out more on the hotel website and read customer reviews on Tripadvisor.

DatesSea ViewHarbour View/Sea View with BalconySuite with BalconySea View Deluxe with Balcony
01/05/2018 - 31/10/2018£14£16£20£24

All prices shown above are valid from 20/11/2017. Supplements are per person per night based on 2 sharing. Sea view and harbour view rooms are the same size as the standard rooms but with sea view or harbour views; the sea view double with balcony is also of the same size but comes with balcony, the Suite is a larger room with separate lounge area and balcony.

Please contact us for extra night prices.

Harbour Heights Hotel, Poole

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Ideally located between Poole and exclusive Sandbanks, with scenic views over the world's second largest natural harbour, the Harbour Heights offers boutique rooms, an award-winning restaurant and stylish cocktail bar. Rooms have a subtle nautical theme and each en-suite room has a spa bath! The Brasserie here serves an impressive seasonal menu and there is also a large, landscaped terrace with panoramic sea views for al fresco dining. Guests of the Harbour Heights Hotel have full use of the spa at sister property, the Haven Hotel.

Find out more on the hotel website and read customer reviews on Tripadvisor.

DatesHarbour ViewHarbour View with BalconyHarbour View with Juliette Balcony
01/05/2018 - 30/09/2018£16£18£24

All prices shown above are valid from 18/11/2017. Harbour View doubles have views over Poole Harbour. Harbour View doubles with balcony have views and a balcony over Poole Harbour. Harbour view deluxe double with Juliette balcony rooms are more spacious and offer a Juliette balcony overlooking Poole Harbour.

Please contact us for extra night prices.

Travel

Transfer from Weymouth train station at any time (2 mins) included and back to Poole train station (10 mins) payable locally.

Please call our sales team on 1-800-267-3347 or email usa@exodustravels.com to arrange connecting flights.

Reviews

Everyone who goes on a Headwater holiday will be emailed a link to our post-holiday questionnaire where they can give us an honest assessment of all aspects of their holiday - everything from how quickly we answer the phone to how clean the hotels were - plus an overall rating and comments about their holiday.

Any feedback collected is posted to our website, so that people can make an informed decision based on past experiences before heading off on holiday. We don’t edit the reviews, the only thing we do is proofread them and alter any typos, where necessary, to ensure they are easy to read for everyone. All reviews will be published (except in certain extreme circumstances), and a member of the Headwater team will respond to any constructive criticisms/comments under the reviews, at their discretion. So, for the real tales, twists and turns of our holidays, look no further than the reviews from our previous travellers.


Mr Reilly, 19/07/2018

The actual walk was perfect but the boot rating needs looking at because of the climbs and descents which are tough in some areas, possibly the routes can be written by a walker with distances give between each marker, in the event of an accident etc. location positions not possible in terms of distance travelled and

unknown distance to next marker location.


Mrs Harrison, 14/06/2018

Excellent coastal scenery. Be wary of ticks especially if taking the upper path on the day to Lulworth cove. It is worth having an extra night in Weymouth as there are lots of things to do such as visiting Chesil Beach, Portland Castle and exploring Portland.


Ms Overstall, 07/06/2018

Headwater take the hassle out of your holiday


Mrs Jefferies, 17/10/2017

It was very easy to book this holiday and follow up with invoicing, final itinerary, final documents, etc. The local agents Roy and Jackie were fabulous and very welcoming and helpful. The route notes and maps were very accurate. I would do this again, just maybe do some more days !


Mrs Stansfield, 15/10/2017

Thoroughly enjoyed this holiday. There was a good variety of walks including the coastal path and an inland ridge walk. The views were very beautiful and often spectacular and we were lucky with the weather. The gentleman rep who met us at Weymouth was very helpful and friendly which made for a good start. All the luggage transfers worked and the one taxi ride we needed went according to plan. The accommodation was interestingly varied but all very good or excellent. Only minor criticisms really were the cooked breakfasts at Purbeck House and Haven Hotel were cold but that can happen with buffet style breakfasts and Purbeck House needs to update the mattress on the single bed in the room we had. Other than that we liked everything about the accommodation we stayed in. The best breakfast was at Olivers and the room with the best view was at B&B Weymouth. The first day of this walk is quite challenging - the coastal path in the Durdle Door area is very steep up and down but we took it slowly and managed OK (and we did walk the first 2 miles instead of taking the bus - but that was worth it as the flat walk along Weymouth prom was beautiful in the early morning sunshine that day). We are glad we went!


Mrs Smith, 02/08/2017

Whilst we have no complaints at all about our actual holiday which we all enjoyed immensely, we did feel that the information coming from you during our booking process assumed that your customers were either British people holidaying abroad or foreign visitors holidaying in the UK. Initially you were insisting that two of our party (British citizens holidaying in the UK) take out travel insurance. We disputed the need for this and it took a while to clarify with you that this was in fact not a requirement of our holiday. We have done many UK walking holidays with various other UK companies and this has never been an issue before. Perhaps your website/brochures could better reflect the fact that some of your customers are British and holidaying in the UK. However on the plus side we were surprised and pleased to receive a personal briefing from your local agent before we started our walk, this is something we have never had before and it was very useful.


Mr Goodman, 15/06/2017

Excellent. Memorable scenery, well planned itinerary and routes, good accommodation and an excellent support available during the walk.


Mr Ballinger, 14/06/2017

A delightful area, very pleasant walking, just the right degree of challenge for us.

Some slight errors in the notes which caused a little confusion but did not lead us astray.


Mrs Axon, 25/05/2017

A challenging and interesting experience. It was good to know there was back up if needed, which in our case proved indispensable as we had to alter our arrangements.


Miss Smith, 16/05/2017

Beautiful coastline ,lovely walks


Mr Rice, 31/10/2016

We were warmly welcomed by the local agent who advised us and made sure collections of us and our luggage happened on time. This generally worked well, with only one slight mishap. Whilst a couple of the hotels on our walking holiday wouldn't necessarily have been our personal choice, all of them were clean and comfortable. Locally sourced food was available in most of them.

The daily walking routes were very well written and only occasionally did we refer to the thoughtfully provided OS map. Going off piste was minimal. The Jurassic coastal path walking was magnificent.

In summary, considering the late time of year, travel to and from the West Country was not included and the fact that the accommodation was only half board, on reflection we felt the holiday was quite expensive. However it was good to have somebody else resolve the logistics so we could focus on enjoying the walking. Thank you to the Headwater team.


Mr Schafer, 19/09/2016

Overview

Wonderful trip with nice lodging and wonderful varied hikes.



Detailed Review

Arrival and Transfers:

This was our 6th Headwater trip and we were joined by another couple on their first trip with Headwater. We flew into Heathrow a day prior to the start of the trip and proceeded to make our way to Weymouth. We had considered using a coach/rail transfer but ultimately decided on a private transfer as it was less expensive for a party of four. We used Thompson Airport Cars (£145.00 for a private minibus). The driver met us at the terminal, was very professional, gave us some ideas for our time in Weymouth and drove us to the front of the Weymouth B+B. This was a very relaxing, efficient, and stress-free way to get from Heathrow to Weymouth for the start of the walk. While in Weymouth we purchased our return train tickets from Poole to Waterloo Station, taking advantage of a £16 off peak, advance purchase rate on

Southwest Trains.

We had arranged to meet with the local agent (Roy) shortly after our arrival and he went over the particulars of each day and gave us a great overview of the hiking, lodging, logistics and some restaurant and activity recommendations. He was very friendly and has a great sense of humor.

Lodging:

Weymouth B+B: Excellent central location across from the waterfront and bus stops. Very plain but comfortable rooms. Our room faced a courtyard and was quiet. Our travel companions room faced the side street and, maybe because of the bank holiday, they encountered a lot of street noise late into the night. The breakfast consisted of a small buffet and cooked to order eggs, sausage, mushrooms etc.

Alford House (Corfe Castle): Very Nice B&B on the main street about a five minute walk from the center of Corfe Castle. Our host, Suzie offered us refreshments upon our arrival, dinner recommendations and a cooked to order breakfast. The room was large, nicely furnished, quiet and very comfortable.

Purbeck House (Swanage): A beautiful hotel about a 5 minute walk uphill from the center of town. Our room was a nice size room up several flights of stairs facing a courtyard. The room was fairly quiet, but as it faced south west tended to be a little warm. Breakfast was a combination of a buffet/cooked to order.

Harbor Heights (Poole): A modern, comfortable, air conditioned hotel that was about a 25-30 min walk from the ferry dock. Great views of the harbor. Two strong ecommendations if you stay in this hotel. Ask the local rep/headwater about taking the local bus from the ferry to the hotel. After the wonderful hike from Swanage to the Poole Chain ferry, the walk to the hotel was along a road and not particularly scenic. Also, the hotel is not very close to other restaurants and while the on-site restaurant was good, the available dining times were somewhat limited the night of our stay. It might be worthwhile to ask the rep (or call ahead) to secure a reservation at the time you want

The Hikes:

The hikes were accurately described in the program and the the directions were clear and easy to follow. The 1+ boot description was accurate. Three of the hikes had wonderful coastal views , while the the hike from Corfe Castle to Swanage provided expansive

views across the countryside.

As I mentioned, we arrived a day early in Weymouth and took the local bus to the cliffs at West Bay and explored Abbotsbury. On our short day in Swanage, we finished up our hike by 2:30 and were able to take a tour boat along the coast from Swanage to Poole (and Return). This was a great, relaxing way to see the next day's coastal hike from the sea. I would highly recommend it.


Mrs Rarick, 19/09/2016

These trips are like a treasure hunt. Each day you wake up and embark on a new adventure following detailed notes/maps not knowing what you will see or encounter around the next bend. The scenery on our Jurassic coast walk was just spectacular.


Mrs Bryan, 13/09/2016

Lovely route, fantastic scenery, quite challenging in some places and paths a little higher than expected for a person with vertigo.


Mis Nair, 13/09/2016

A good holiday with manageable walks , nice weather and stunning coastal and countryside views . Best was Corfe Castle , a lovely little village overlooked by the impressive castle ruins.

Accommodation fine except for the B + B in Weymouth ; room cheerless and austere , and location rather noisy ; was woke twice in the night by people shouting and swearing in the street below.


Mrs Frames, 29/08/2016

Overall had a fantastic holiday walking along the Jurassic coast. We were extremely lucky with the weather and pre-booked all but one of our evening meals (using Trip advisor) to ensure they too were of an excellent standard. The accommodation provided varied in style but all were scrupulously clean and offered an excellent selection of food at breakfast; the four star accommodation at the end of the holiday which included access to a heated outdoor pool and spa was especially welcome after all the walking. The route notes were excellent; very easy to follow.


Mr Pryor, 22/07/2016

They were happy to wait unitl 10,00 a.m. to collect our luggage in the mornings, which was great,as we were on holiday and didn't want to rush our

breakfast, before walking. All the hotels were well chosen. The holiday was well thought out. We took the wrong route at Durdle Door and ended up on

an extremely steep area, so listen carefully to the Rep's instructions. Our rep recommended restaurants for us and booked them, so we had a nice

meal at Rick Steins in Poole, and several other nice places, that we might have missed otherwise. Make sure you take a sun hat, as there is not

alot of shade on the walks. Expect to feel quite tired, unless you walk 8 miles on a regular basis.


Mrs Currie, 07/07/2016

Good walking with fantastic scenery.


Mr Boyd, 02/07/2016

The holiday provided us with an opportunity to visit and explore an interesting part of England which was unknown to us and the walks were varied with some spectacular scenery. Apart from the walking itinerary itself, there were lots of places and sites to visit, including Portland Bill, Brownsea Island, Corfe Castle, the Swanage Railway, and by way of expedition from Weymouth, both of Thomas Hardy's houses near Dorchester. As usual with Headwater the accommodation was comfortable and thoughtfully chosen.


Mrs Fairhall, 30/06/2016

If you enjoy being in the open air enjoying the country then this holiday is great with very comfortable rooms and great food and places to see, I would recommend this to anyone.


Mr Cheetham, 19/05/2016

For keen walkers who want a holiday organised for them, including luggage-transfer, and are prepared to pay, this is an excellent holiday, but not for the faint-hearted or unfit, as although the distances seem short, the walks are often very strenuous, and there are frequent opportunities for stumbling over loose surfaces, especially on descents. The route descriptions are meticulous, and well-marked,and there is really no need for map-reading. The evening food is often expensive, especially at The Haven, where there is really no local alternative.


Ms Cozort, 09/05/2016

Beautiful region, fantastic scenery, good walks but not too strenuous.


Mr Whitehurst, 14/09/2015

Great opportunity to visit famous sites in UK within a structured organised and well supported walk


Ms Waddington, 19/06/2015

Wonderful walking trip - could definitely be done more challenging walking options outlined in route notes & more of the coatst covered. It really is a turquoise coast when the sun shines!


Mr Martin, 06/06/2015

A unique experience that gave great opportunities to see parts of the country that we might not see if we were traveling independently. Following the route notes gives you the confidence to venture further, knowing that you could then get back to your route. Having a rep at the end of the phone just in case anything went wrong gave us a sense of safety and security and proved invaluable when I was unable to walk on the final day.



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Holiday type
Self-guided walking Managed locally by Headwater appointed agent.

Departures
Daily Departures from 19th Sep 2018 to 30th Sep 2018, for 5 nights.

Meals
All Breakfasts

Other details
Transfers included from Weymouth train station at any time and on return you will need to get a taxi/bus Poole station payable locally.

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Transfer from Weymouth train station at any time (2 mins) included and back to Poole train station (10 mins) payable locally.

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