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Private one-day luxury guided tour of Poldark TV-series locations from Cornwall
"This is a luxury Private tour for up to 6 people. You'll be picked up in a Land Rover Discovery from your hotel for our journey reliving the life times and locations for Ross Poldark's epic tales.First stop is historic Charlestown which was used to depict Truro in the show.The old port and tall ships are sure to transport your mind back to the times of Ross Poldark .We'll then head for Chu Gunwalloe. This attractive sandy cove is overlooked by the tiny church of St Wynwaloe dating from the 13th century. The cove was the location for the night time ship wreck scene which relived the coves real smuggling history.After lunch (not included) the next location is beautiful Porthgwarra Beach location for the steamy skinny dipping scene from the series. Once a thriving fishing cove the crystal clear sea and views from the coast path are exhilarating and you can still see the evidence of the smugglers of yesteryear.Departing Porthgwarra
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One-day Private Guided Tour of Poldark TV-Series Locations from Devon
"This is a luxury Private tour for up to 6 people. You'll be picked up in a Land Rover Discovery from your hotel for our journey reliving the life times and locations for Ross Poldark's epic tales.First stop is historic Charlestown which was used to depict Truro in the show. The old port and tall ships are sure to transport your mind back to the times of Ross Poldark. You'll then head for C Gunwalloe. This attractive sandy cove is overlooked by the tiny church of St Wynwaloe dating from the 13th century. The cove was the location for the night time ship wreck scene which relived the coves real smuggling history.After lunch (not included) the next location is beautiful Porthgwarra Beach location for the steamy skinny dipping scene from the series. Once a thriving fishing cove the crystal clear sea and views from the coast path are exhilarating and you can still see the evidence of the smugglers of yesteryear.Departing Porthgwarra
From GBP255.00
 
Salisbury Museum Entry Ticket
"The Salisbury Museum is based in the King's House a medieval grade I listed building opposite of Salisbury Cathedral. The museum's displays include nationally important archaeology from Stonehenge fine art including watercolours by JMW Turner and impressive local history.In the stunning new Wessex Gallery of archaeology you can discover 500000 years of history. Exhibits include the famous Amesbury Archer and the Pitt-Rivers Wessex collection of archaeology. The other galleries reveal the history of Salisbury through costume fine art everyday objects and ceramics. The museum also has an exciting programme of temporary exhibitions - for example later this year John Constable's Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows will be on display at the museum.The museum has a vibrant family often with family trails over the school holidays. The cafe (open 10am - 4pm Monday to Saturday) offers wonderful home baked meals with outdoor seating that has unrivaled views of Salisbury Cathedral."
From GBP8.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Corfe Castle

Tyneham Village

This outing was the recommendation of the owner of our B&B, and a very good recommendation it proved to be! You can only visit Tyneham at the weekend, and in the school summer holidays; the rest...
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toonsarah
Jul 09, 2012

Lulworth Cove

From Corfe Castle it is an easy drive to some of the most dramatic coastal scenery in England - the so-called Jurasic Coast. This is a designated World Heritage site, a status achieved because of the...
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toonsarah
Jul 14, 2008

Blue Pool at Wareham

I’d remembered the Blue Pool from a childhood visit, and was keen to visit while in the area. The pool is actually an old clay quarry, and it is the very fine clay particles suspended in the water and...
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toonsarah
Jul 06, 2008

Worth Matravers

Worth Matravers is a pretty village a few miles to the south of Corfe Castle. It has a duck pond, a church, some pretty cottages and a great tea-room, where we enjoyed an excellent Dorset cream tea –...
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toonsarah
Jul 06, 2008

Worbarrow

While visiting Tyneham we also took one of the walks in the area, an easy 20-25 minute stroll to Worbarrow Bay. The path runs between woodland on one side and a hill marked out for firing targets on...
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Jul 06, 2008
 
 
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Things to Do Near Corfe Castle

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The Gardens

The walk from Bournemouth town centre to Bournemouth Pier takes you through some attractive gardens.Within the gardens you will find several things to see and do.These include mini golf,a large bird...
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Beach

Of course I knew that Bournemouth was a beach town, but when I went to the beach on my first afternoon in town, it took my breath away for a short moment. I really had not expected such an impressive...
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Russell Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

A wonderful museum that surprised me very much! I read about it in my travel guide and decided to go. The museum is located on the east cliff, a beautiful location overlooking the ocean. In the front...
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Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove

Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove are two of the most popular sights on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset. The former is definitely worth a trip while the latter is a tourist trap par excellence. Durdle Door...
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Martyrs Tree and Memorial Shelter

The village is famous for being the home of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, six men who after being sentenced for forming a trade union were transported to Australia . This great sycamore tree is the...
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Kingston Maurward Gardens & Animal Park

During the First World War the estate was purchased by the Hanburys,a well known family who also owned La Morola in Italy.In the Second World War,the estate was taken over by the American Armed...
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Top 5 Corfe Castle Writers

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"A very English village"
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"A ruin to remember"
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Gwenvar

"Where the Norman kings built"
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Jenniflower

"The village Corfe and its castle!"
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"Corfe Castle village."
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