Hill Lodge

From towering sea cliffs, rolling hills and heaths to the dunes and sandy beaches of Studland, nowhere else packs such a variety of landscapes into such a small area.


Old Harry Rocks forms the western point of the Jurassic Coastline, a World Heritage Site, which stretches for 95 miles and is where 185 million years' worth of geology has been exposed.

To the west, just over the border into Hampshire, you’ll find the wonders of the ancient New Forest, with is beautiful woodlands and health land, accompanied by its own Forest ponies.

There is a lot to explore – a lot to enjoy!

Hill Lodge is a tastefully converted annexe offering accessible self-catering accommodation for up to 4-6 people.

It is set in an enviable location, just 10 minutes from Poole Harbour and within half an hour of some of the finest beaches in Europe.

It is set on the edge of the Isle of Purbeck:

“A place apart where beauty and adventure come to life”