With Winterborne Zelston as your base, we can help you plan your day to make the most of your time in Dorset. Whether you’re here to explore the great outdoors – walking, cycling or admiring the outstanding beauty and dramatic coastline of the Jurassic Coast, with the world famous Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, maybe visiting one of Bournemouth’s sunny beaches, taking in the fresh air, fantastic views and breath-taking scenery from the top of the Purbeck Hills, or exploring the history of the area through a visit to one of the many iconic market towns Dorset has to offer. Dorset is also host to some fantastic National Trust properties such as Corfe Castle, Kingston Lacey, or Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour.
Fish & chips at Swanage. Swanage Railway form Corfe to Swanage. Jazz Festival. Steam Fair. Larmer Tree. Wimborne Folk. Tank Museum. Monkey World.
For those in search of sustenance we are within easy reach of many pubs serving excellent food. We can highly recommend these:
Winterborne Zelston is a village in north Dorset, England. It is situated in the winterborne valley near to the A31 road, eight miles south of Blandford Forum and ten miles north west of Poole. The village has a population of 141.
The first name of “Winterborne” comes from the River Winterborne, which flows from west to east through the village. The river only flows overground during the winter, hence the name. To the west is Winterborne Tomson and to the northeast is Almer. The river flows through both these villages as well.
Read more out the history of Winterborne Zelston.