Explore Dorset

North Lodge is located in the heart of the Dorset countryside, a couple of miles outside the Georgian market town of Blandford Forum.

From here, Dorset is yours to explore, whether the sandy beaches of Sandbanks and Studland or the world heritage coast path; the rolling downs of the Blackmore Vale or landmarks such as the Hardy monument. And, for relaxing at home, the farm is literally on your doorstep.

Places to eat and drink: We are now spoilt for choice for great places to eat and drink in Dorset, from gastropubs like the Museum Inn in Farnham, excellent seafood restaurants, brilliant pizza and burgers, and much more, as well as many pubs to enjoy craft beer and locally distilled gins…

Blandford Bridge

Walking: There are long and shorter walks through the woods on the farm, and a short drive away fabulous walks along the river and around the prehistoric hill forts of Hod Hill and Hambledon Hill …

Cycling: There is a mountain bike track through the woods on the farm, and another close by at Okeford Hill. And of course the opportunity to explore coast and countryside on the roads throughout the county …

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Coast: Dorset’s exceptional Jurassic coastline offers sweeping cliffside walking with breathtaking views across the land and sea. Don’t miss Kimmeridge on a windy day in winter to experience the raw power of the elements…

Seaside: In addition to rugged coastline Dorset has many miles of fabulous sandy beaches, from the famous Sandbanks and Studland beaches to Durdle Door and Burton Bradstock …

Places to visit: Whatever your interest, you’ll find great days out for all the family, including the unique Monkey World ape rescue centre and Bovington Tank Museum; historic houses such as Kingston Lacy; gardens; castles, forts and ancient sites; museums, galleries, follies …

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