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The Best Destinations for Farm Stays in Dorset
Farming activities are very much a part of life in Dorset, from working farms to farm parks or conservations for animals and wildlife, but don't forget to visit the world-famous Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove.
and Lulworth Cove This magnificent limestone arch can be found on any postcard in Dorset. Located on Lulworth Estate it was England's first UNESCO-World Heritage Site because of its geological importance.
Honeybrook Adventure Farm
This is a great adventure park for younger children who can see farm animals, ride the train along the river, and go on a tractor ride. A visit to the Victorian Farm is a must.
Kingston Maurward Animal Park and Gardens
This is a great day out for children of all ages and they can see a variety of farm animals and alpacas, run free in the gardens, and visit the interpretative centre at the Play Barn.
Farmer Palmer's Farm Park
Perfect for kids under 8, this fun park has indoor and outdoor play areas, farm animals, and trails to hike and stroll, During the growing season, there is a Maize Maze to enjoy as well.
Dorset Heavy Horse Farm Park
This is an award-winning park and conservation centre, where you can see 20 or more rare breeds of Heavy Horses. At the farm, visitors can go on a carriage or tractor ride and enjoy meals and drinks at Smokey Joe's Cafe.
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