In and around Moreton

The small village of Moreton has plenty of things to keep you entertained. It has one of the longest fords in England, a popular place for young families to paddle and mess about in the river. There is a beautifully kept walled garden to explore, before you have lunch or afternoon tea  in one of the two cafes in the village, award-winning Moreton Tearooms or the Dovecote Café. 

Over the long bridge there are miles of bridle ways through the heaths and woodlands for walking and cycling.


The Jurassic coast stretches the length of  Dorset, from pretty Lyme Regis, famous for fossil hunting in the west, all the way to the Isle of Purbeck in the east. 

There are long sandy beaches, cliff top walks, stone quarries, busy harbours and pretty coves.

If you love the coast there is something for everyone: kayak tours, sea fishing, sailing, coastal walks or bucket and spade holidays. We are happy to guide you to the best  spot to make your holiday a memorable one.



There are some amazing cycle routes around Moreton that have kept our family entertained for years, with the majority of the routes being easy enough for your little ones, and a few interesting bits hidden away in the woods for the more confident riders (just ask and we'll show you).

For the road cyclists about, Dorset has miles of quiet roads through scenic countryside with beautiful views hidden around every bend. You can cycle to Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door in less than an hour and enjoy a swim at this well known beauty spot.


Dorset is great walking country with miles of dramatic coastline to the rolling hills inland. Moreton is ideally placed to start your walk, or drive for a few miles and set off.

Over the long bridge at Moreton Ford there are many tracks and bridleways through heath and woodlands, ideal for cycling and walking. The Dorset Jubilee Trail, a 90 mile walk from Forde Abbey on the Somerset border to Bokerley Dyke on the Hampshire border, passes through Moreton.

The Isle of Purbeck is definitely not to be missed, it is home to one of the 50 rarest habitats on earth.



Moreton ford is a popular destination for families with a wide shallow river. The water isn't too deep so it's safe for toddlers to splash about and feed the ducks. 


Clouds Hill (National Trust)                                                      2 miles Bovington Tank Museum                                                            3 miles

Monkey World                                                                               3 miles

 Lulworth Cove and Durdle door                                              6 miles

Tolpuddle, home of the Martyrs museum                              5 miles

Seaside town of Weymouth                                                       11 miles


Food shopping:

Crossways -   Coop, Post office                                                1.5 miles


Wool - Family bakery, Spar, local butcher                            4 miles


Dorchester - Tesco, Waitrose,

           Market on Wednesdays                                                   7 miles


Wareham  - Sainsbury’s, Coop,

            Market on Saturday mornings                                     7 miles


Nearest pub:

Frampton Arms,  at Moreton station  is a  3 minute drive              * Unfortunately we do not recommend walking to the pub, as it is 1 mile away along a busy road *


Moreton station is one mile away and there are hourly trains between London Waterloo and Weymouth. If you want to arrive by train we are happy to meet you at the station, please arrange this in advance. we do not recommend walking form the station.

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