Alford House B&B

Address: 120 _ 122 East Street, Corfe Castle, Dorset, England, BH20 5EH, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 120 _ 122 East Street, Corfe Castle, is near Corfe Castle, Brownsea Island, Durlston Country Park, and Lulworth Castle & Park.
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Travel Blogs from Corfe Castle

Exeter

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Dec 02, 2014

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... Exeter Underground Passages. They were started in the 1300s to supply water to the cathedral and, later, to the town. A system under the city that carried the lead, then the iron, water pipes. Not enough bookings so he missed out and we had to be content with the museum display and video. Next time.

Drove on to near Dorchester to camp on a farm. Our LAST night camping for 2014 - we survived it ...

The day before it all starts.

A travel blog entry by sophiebishop1 on Nov 23, 2014

... br> The 1st - 5th of December will be our In-Community Orientation and on the 6th we'll travel to our individual villages and move into our host homes.

I'm packed and ready to go; spending my last day at home with nothing to do. However my Mum and Dad did have a fake Christmas lunch with me yesterday so I can't sound too bothered :)

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Is that a bulldog? Oh Yes!

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Aug 25, 2014

We arrived back from Winchester tired, so we rested for a bit and had dinner quite late.

Tuna and tomato pasta, cooked on our portable gas stove. Not bad... and while it was still cooking, a visitor bounded over and licked one of our plates! We heard it coming and saw by the light of our torch that it was a bulldog. I said to Dave, "wouldn't it be funny if it turned out to be called Churchill?" Its owner followed behind, ...

Day of exploration

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Aug 24, 2014

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... very calm and peaceful. We saw several new Forest ponies, not on the heath itself but in a bracken patch and a copse. I really liked that. Some of the ponies were bay coloured and some were black and white.

The next stop was something I was particularly keen to see while we were in the New Forest. This was the Rufus Stone, a stone that marks the spot where William II, nicknamed 'William Rufus', met his death in 1100 ...

The New Forest

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Aug 23, 2014

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... Forest ponies, bracken and trees.

After setting up our tent and having a rest for a couple of hours, we chucked rugby, cricket and tennis balls around for a bit in an empty field and then it was time to drive down the road for a quick foray into the edge of the Forest. Several New Forest ponies wandered around, drinking at the stream, crossing the road and nibbling at grass in ...

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