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Kelly’s Purbeck Guidebook

Kelly

Kelly’s Purbeck Guidebook

My favourite local eats
One of my favourite local pubs, serving local seasonal food. In the summer, sit in the rear garden and drink in the truly spectacular view of Corfe Castle. In the winter, cosy up next to one of the roaring fires.
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The Scott Arms
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One of my favourite local pubs, serving local seasonal food. In the summer, sit in the rear garden and drink in the truly spectacular view of Corfe Castle. In the winter, cosy up next to one of the roaring fires.
Cosy, historic old coaching inn nestled at the foot of Corfe Castle. Great food, dog-friendly, great mussels!
The Greyhound Inn
Cosy, historic old coaching inn nestled at the foot of Corfe Castle. Great food, dog-friendly, great mussels!
A real treat for the foodies. Delicious food from home-grown or local produce. Eat out on the terrace to make the most of the beautiful Studland views. On the slightly pricier side but absolutely worth it. Often has a waiting list so book early to avoid disappointment!
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The Pig - on the beach
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A real treat for the foodies. Delicious food from home-grown or local produce. Eat out on the terrace to make the most of the beautiful Studland views. On the slightly pricier side but absolutely worth it. Often has a waiting list so book early to avoid disappointment!
Superb little deli and cafe serving super-fresh and utterly delicious food at great value. Visit The Salt Pig Too in Swanage!
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The Salt Pig
6 North St
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Superb little deli and cafe serving super-fresh and utterly delicious food at great value. Visit The Salt Pig Too in Swanage!
Visit for the truly amazing 270° view and stay for the tasty fayre. Great menu and friendly staff. Sit out on the often sunny, sometimes windy balcony, share a portion of triple-cooked chips and see if you can spot the dolphins that sometimes swim past.
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Durlston Castle
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Visit for the truly amazing 270° view and stay for the tasty fayre. Great menu and friendly staff. Sit out on the often sunny, sometimes windy balcony, share a portion of triple-cooked chips and see if you can spot the dolphins that sometimes swim past.
Local favourite, small but perfectly formed. Famous for its ale, pasties and stone-carving.
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The Square & Compass
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Local favourite, small but perfectly formed. Famous for its ale, pasties and stone-carving.
The great outdoors
Grab your walking shoes, a picnic and your swimming costume and make for this stunning hidden cove, accessible only by foot or boat. Walk from the cottage for a slightly more challenging 3 mile walk via Worth Matravers or drive a couple of minutes to Kingston and walk the easier, approx. 2mile, gently descending path.
Chapmans Pool
Grab your walking shoes, a picnic and your swimming costume and make for this stunning hidden cove, accessible only by foot or boat. Walk from the cottage for a slightly more challenging 3 mile walk via Worth Matravers or drive a couple of minutes to Kingston and walk the easier, approx. 2mile, gently descending path.
Stride out from the back of the cottage, straight towards the coast and you will end up at Dancing Ledge. A flat area of rock, used in the past for quarrying of the local Purbeck Stone. A steep drop into the sea meant boats could come right up to the ledge to be laden with the precious rock. Ramsgate harbour was built from rock loaded straight from Dancing Ledge. Be sure to take your swimming costume (in the summer!) and take a dip in the famous tidal pool, blasted into the ledge in the early 1900s under the instructions of a local headmaster of one of the then world famous Langton boarding schools. The school boys (amongst them, Ian Fleming, David Niven and various foreign royal princes) were apparently marched from Langton every morning, summer or winter, to swim in the bracing sea water!
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Dancing Ledge
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Stride out from the back of the cottage, straight towards the coast and you will end up at Dancing Ledge. A flat area of rock, used in the past for quarrying of the local Purbeck Stone. A steep drop into the sea meant boats could come right up to the ledge to be laden with the precious rock. Ramsgate harbour was built from rock loaded straight from Dancing Ledge. Be sure to take your swimming costume (in the summer!) and take a dip in the famous tidal pool, blasted into the ledge in the early 1900s under the instructions of a local headmaster of one of the then world famous Langton boarding schools. The school boys (amongst them, Ian Fleming, David Niven and various foreign royal princes) were apparently marched from Langton every morning, summer or winter, to swim in the bracing sea water!