Peaceful island of woodland and heath with a wide variety of wildlife, famous for being the birthplace of Scouting and Guiding.More Details
Clouds Hill in Wareham was the rural retreat of T. E. Lawrence, perhaps better known as Lawrence of Arabia.
Thousand-year-old castle, an iconic survivor of the English Civil War, rising above the Isle of PurbeckMore Details
The Hardy Monument was erected in memory of Vice Admiral Sir Thomas Masterman Hardy of HMS Victory.
The birthplace of novelist and poet Thomas Hardy who lived here until the age of 34
A splendid 17th C house with lavish interiors, a famous art collection and a collection of Egyptian artefacts as well as a Japanese tea garden, parkland and the Iron Age hill fort of Bradbury Rings.
Elegant and spacious 18th-century house in the Cathedral Close, Salisbury. A rare retreat of peace and tranquillity in Salisbury city centre
Phipps House & Dinton Park
Early 19th-century neo-Grecian house, near Salisbury, designed for William Wyndham, a leading late Georgian politician
A celebrated 18th-century landscape garden and Palladian mansion, near Warminster. Enchanting temples, monuments and rare planting around a tranquil lake. A Palladian mansion filled with Georgian treasures: Chippendale furniture and fine paintings.
Studland Beach and Nature Reserve
Glorious sandy beaches stretching for 3 miles and heathland. A haven for rare birds and other native wildlife. The Trust's only designated naturist beach is at Knoll Beach.
Plumber Manor is recommended by:
Michelin, The Good Food Guide, The Good Hotel Guide, the Best Loved Hotels and Johansens guides.