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Langton House

Dorset, England
Explore the waters around Swanage Pier

Explore the waters around Swanage Pier

Posted by Katy Peck on 15 October 2019

The iconic Swanage Pier is just a 10-minute drive (or 25 minutes by bus) from...

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5 tantalising food destinations around Langton House

5 tantalising food destinations around Langton House

Posted by Katy Peck on 26 April 2019

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Bournemouth: where your world turns upside down

Bournemouth: where your world turns upside down

Posted by Jonathan Broom on 14 November 2018

The largest resort on England’s south coast, Bournemouth has long been a magnet for tourists. More than five million visitors flock to the town each year, attracted by its soft sand...

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To market, to market...

To market, to market...

Posted by Jonathan Broom on 5 September 2018

Holidaying in well serviced self-catering accommodation really does give you the best of both worlds: comfort that’s close to luxury, and the freedom and flexibility to do what you want,...

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A holiday, and a wedding day: Dorset comes up trumps

A holiday, and a wedding day: Dorset comes up trumps

Posted by Jonathan Broom on 25 April 2018

Hoidaymakers Jane and Tony Parker from East Sheen enjoyed a break with difference recently – a holiday at Langton House, the highlight of which was their daughter’s wedding at nearby...

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Dorset

Dorset's 'Shroom Raiders!

Posted by Jonathan Broom on 3 April 2018

Dorset may be rightly famous for its Jurassic Coast, the Isle of Purbeck and Portland Bill, but one of Britain’s smallest counties boasts other attractions – natural, but somehow...

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200-million-year-old fossil found in Dorset

200-million-year-old fossil found in Dorset

Posted by Luci Ackers on 10 January 2018

A 200-million-year-old fossil has been found on the coast of Dorset, and it’s a pretty big deal! The Dorset and East Devon Coast is a world-famous UNESCO World Heritage Site that...

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Visit one of the best pubs in Dorset for live music, great drink and its very own Stonehenge...

Visit one of the best pubs in Dorset for live music, great drink and its very own Stonehenge...

Posted by Luci Ackers on 30 October 2017

Best pub in Dorset? We don’t claim to be the ultimate authority on such matters, but the Square and Compass in Worth Matravers certainly ticks a lot of boxes and...

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Visit Corfe Castle

Visit Corfe Castle

Posted by Luci Ackers on 6 September 2017

Corfe Castle has a fantastic range of events and history to keep both adults and children entertained. Just a ten-minute drive from Langton House is this magnificent medieval castle,...

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Try Dorset

Try Dorset's fantastic seafood

Posted by Luci Ackers on 4 September 2017

The south coast of England is brilliant for culinary delights. And Dorset is the place to be for seafood. Thanks to its location overlooking the English Channel, this southern county has excellent...

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The smugglers of the Dorset Coast

The smugglers of the Dorset Coast

Posted by Luci Ackers on 23 August 2017

The Dorset coastline is famous for a number of reasons: the views, the stunning marine life, the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site with its 185 million years’ worth of...

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RSPB Arne Nature Reserve in Dorset

RSPB Arne Nature Reserve in Dorset

Posted by Luci Ackers on 24 April 2017

Spring is the perfect time of year to pay a visit to Arne, the fantastic RSPB Nature Reserve close to Langton House. At...

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Nordic walking in Britain

Nordic walking in Britain

Posted by Luci Ackers on 31 October 2016

Walk this way! Why should we all take up Nordic walking? Everything you didn't know you needed to know about this energetic new trend. READ MORE

History in Dorset: World War II, Churchill and the Isle of Purbeck

History in Dorset: World War II, Churchill and the Isle of Purbeck

Posted by Luci Ackers on 19 September 2016

 Image: © Copyright Mike Searle and licensed for reuse under CC BY-SA Fort...

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Go Wild in Dorset | How to get kids exploring the great outdoors

Go Wild in Dorset | How to get kids exploring the great outdoors

Posted by Luci Ackers on 8 August 2016

Help youngsters get back to nature around Langton House. There's lots of wildlife throughout the lovely Dorset countryside and we've embarked on a new project called...

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Summer Solstice at Stonehenge

Summer Solstice at Stonehenge

Posted by Luci Ackers on 13 June 2016

Why is Stonehenge here? For thousands of years Stonehenge has baffled us all. Thought to have been originally constructed between 3000 and 2000 BCE,...

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Brownsea Island: wildlife, walks and a wetland reserve

Brownsea Island: wildlife, walks and a wetland reserve

Posted by Luci Ackers on 18 February 2016

Brownsea Island is tucked into Poole Harbour off the south coast of Dorset. It's a tiny island that was the birthplace of the Scout Movement in 1907, and is now mostly owned and...

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Christmas at Longleat

Christmas at Longleat

Posted by Luci Ackers on 10 November 2015

Longleat has long been one of the UK's favourites, renowned for being the first drive-through safari park outside of Africa, and a pioneer in animal enclosure design. Set in a...

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Events in Greenhill Gardens, Weymouth

Events in Greenhill Gardens, Weymouth

Posted by Luci Ackers on 11 August 2015

Greenhill Gardens overlook Weymouth's seafront and slope up from the beach and promenade to offer great views out over the bay. These public gardens provide a great gathering area...

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Durlston Country Park and National Nature Reserve

Durlston Country Park and National Nature Reserve

Posted by Luci Ackers on 20 April 2015

On the southern tip of the Isle of Purbeck, with excellent views out over the Channel, sits Durlston Castle. A Victorian Building constructed completely of local stone that was originally built as...

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The Swanage Railway: on the trail of Enid Blyton

The Swanage Railway: on the trail of Enid Blyton

Posted by Luci Ackers on 17 March 2015

As is well known, Enid Blyton was one of Great Britain’s most prolific and widely-read children’s authors. Born in London and largely raised in the capital and the Home Counties, she...

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Visit the Stunning Borough Gardens, Dorchester

Visit the Stunning Borough Gardens, Dorchester

Posted by Luci Ackers on 10 March 2015

Borough Gardens are situated within a few minutes' walk of the pretty town centre of Dorchester. They are a great area to take a stroll and stretch your legs. There are some lovely flowerbeds...

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Our Top 5 Favourite Walking Routes near Langton House

Our Top 5 Favourite Walking Routes near Langton House

Posted by Luci Ackers on 4 March 2015

Durlston Country Park This route is short but sweet! It is a 3 mile circular walking route which takes you around the beautiful Durlston Country Park. It begins at the car park and...

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