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Corfe Castle bed and breakfast & hotel accommodation

Visit Corfe Castle Dorset and the surrounding villages and stay in bed breakfast, hotel or vacation rental accommodation provided by BedPosts members.

Corfe Castle is a village in Dorset named after a fortification built by William the Conqueror in the 11th Century which overlooks the village. The castle is owned by the National Trust and is open to the public.

Nearby towns
Nearby villages
  • Acton
  • Bushey
  • Church Knowle
  • Cocknowle
  • Creech
  • Creech Bottom
  • East Creech
  • Furzebrook
  • Harman's Cross
  • Herston
  • Kimmeridge
  • Kingston
  • Langton Matravers
  • Little Woolgarston
  • New Buildings
  • Norden
  • Ridge
  • Steeple
  • Stoborough
  • Stoborough Green
  • Town's End
  • Woolgarston
  • Worth Matravers

Information for visitors to Corfe Castle seeking B&B, hotel or self-catering cottage accommodation; and for accommodation-providers new to this site:

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