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    Come and stay near Sandbanks Beach on the Dorset coast and bring your dogs

    2 properties
    The Old Manor, Dorset, EnglandViewed 25 times in last week.
    Sleeps 21
    7 Bedroom
    Weekly price
    £2450 - £3950
    The Old Manor
    Blandford Forum, Dorset
    Dog friendly Property (6 dogs welcome)
    Facilities: Hot tub, Tennis court, Free internet access
    01747 811243
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    More about this property: Whether for a special celebration or just a getaway with a large group of friends or family, the Old Manor near Blandford Forum is a great place to stay. The warm bubbly outdoor hot tub plus games room with table football, pool table, table tennis and air hockey all help to make this a fantastic country holiday house which is conveniently situated amidst beautiful gardens just a short drive from the Dorset coast.

    Friday 22 Mar 2019  |  7 nights  |  £2450
    Currently next available: from 21 March 2019 to 05 April 2019; more available dates

    Canford Dairy, Dorset, EnglandViewed 65 times in last week.
    Sleeps 20
    9 Bedroom
    Weekly price
    £2150 - £4550
    Canford Dairy
    Wimborne Minster, Dorset
    Dog friendly Property
    Facilities: Hot tub, Swimming pool, Free internet access
    01747 811243
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    More about this property: Luxurious large holiday house with a private indoor swimming pool and home cinema, sleeping up to 20 people and ideal for big groups of friends or family.

    Wednesday 20 Mar 2019  |  7 nights  |  £3250
    Currently next available: from 26 March 2019 to 05 April 2019; more available dates

    Sandbanks is an elite holiday destination on the Dorset Coast

    Come and find a holiday letting to rent that isn’t too far from Sandbanks Beach, along the coast from Bournemouth, in Dorset. The long sweep of sand on the Dorset coast extends west to Poole Harbour and the chain ferry terminal. It’s a very family-friendly place with a playpark for children, a seaside café and even a Rick Stein Restaurant.  It is possible to walk with your dog around the various inlets that make up Poole Harbour and watch the coastal goings on. Dogs are permitted all year round on the western end of the beach, up to Poole Point. You can however, walk your dog on a lead along the promenade and the Blue Flag section of beach.A good recommendation is that the rich and famous own holiday homes along this stretch of beach. You may not be able to aspire to staying in a luxury property but the beach is public, allowing anyone to stand and stare.

    The seaside has a calming effect on people when the sun shines. They seem to want to relax in a deckchair with an occasional paddle.  

    Rent a holiday cottage that has a garden

    It can be almost as nice to sit and sunbathe in the garden of your holiday home with your pooch by your side. You will probably need to if you have been out and about along the coast all day. There really is such a lot to see and do, especially if you take part on watersports. Alternatively, sit and watch windsurfers battle the waves and enjoy the spectacle of bright kites in the sky.