4 Of The Most Interesting Accommodations In Dorset

The Chocolate Boutique Hotel

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If you are looking for a really interesting place to stay, then take a look at Bournemouth’s very own Chocolate Boutique Hotel. Based in the Fashionable Soho quarter, The Chocolate Boutique Hotel will offer a warm a friendly welcome for its visitors and with its chocolate themed rooms, expect more than your normal consumption of chocolate.

Each room has a daily helping of delicious chocolate, a nice en-suite bathroom and the usual things that most hotels have. The chocolate is the main focus here! For breakfast, they make some delicious chocolate pancakes!

The Green House Hotel

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If you are looking for a luxury and boutique hotel then look no further, The Green House in Bournemouth is the place for you. The Green House have the tagline that they are serious about luxury, serious about sustainability. The Green House is actually a grade II listed Victorian Villa with a lot of history behind it, some of that history being that they have worked effortlessly to become the greenest most sustainable hotel in the UK, quite an impressive feat.

From 100% wool carpets sourced and created locally, and comfortable eco beds nearly every piece has been thought about. Even the solid wooden furniture is made from felled trees from storms or tree surgeons.

So if you fancy yourself a bit of an environmentalist, this could be the place for you.

 

Dorset Forest Garden Glamping

 

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Dorset Forest Garden Glamping offer a few different shepherd’s huts. They offer a kingsize bed with a nice comfy sprung mattress and feather duvet,  ensuite bathroom with a flushing poop shute. The farm site is located close to the Jurassic coast, so you should be able to have some great walks around that area.

Cooking options seem pretty limited, but if you are looking for a fun experience with Luxury Camping UK, then go on, give it a go!

 

Cliff Camping

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If you have ever been insane enough to want to sleep on a little raft suspended 90ft above the freezing English Channel, then cliff camping sounds ideal for you. The cliff camping offers stunning views of the beautiful blue Dorset coastline. You’ll be able to experience ‘ a night on the ledge ‘ which will allow you to sleep on the ledge and enjoy a beautiful sunset with dinner on the side of a cliff face, not something many people could attest to. If you are interested, rock climbing can also be part of the experience.