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Cabins in Dorset

Get rustic on a cabin holiday in Dorset without sacrificing any of the luxuries that make a holiday feel special. Time spent in nature is good for the soul (and the stress levels) and swanky perks like a hot tub, sweeping veranda and pizza oven make it positively blissful. When you can drag yourselves away from your slice of glamping heaven, Dorset is bursting with beautiful scenery and outdoor adventures from fossil hunting on the Jurassic Coast to hiking the South West Coast Path.

Featured cabins in Dorset

Buck's Coppice exterior on the pond side with a backdrop of trees
Buck's Coppice

Buck's Coppice

From £170 p/n
Gold Panners outdoor hot tub
Gold Panners

Gold Panners

From £120 p/n
Silent Owl Cabin from outside
Silent Owl

Silent Owl

From £190 p/n

Why book a cabin in Dorset with Canopy & Stars?

Our cabins in Dorset couldn’t be more different from each other, so whatever tops your wish list, you’re likely to find it in our carefully curated collection. We’ve got a sleek, Scandi lakeside pad, a stunning beach house right on the sand, a ‘tiny’ but swish off-grid barn, and many others. Whichever cabin in Dorset you choose, you can relax in the knowledge that we’ve personally inspected it to make sure it ticks all the boxes for an unforgettable break.

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About cabins in Dorset with Canopy & Stars

Who we are

Canopy & Stars are leading the way in unique, outdoor holidays. We’re a small, independent travel company based in Bristol, with a very discerning eye. We promote responsible, sustainable travel and only accept 20% of applications we receive from new places. So, you know the ones that make it into our collection have something special. You can find out more about how we do business in our latest impact report.

Why are cabins so special?

Cabins are one part adventure and one part relaxation, all set against a backdrop of breathtaking natural scenery. A typical day might begin with a soak in the hot tub in the crisp morning air, followed by coffee on the deck gazing out at rolling hills. Then a long hike through woodland trails, before returning to flop back into that tub and hope that your other half cracks open the fizz. Need we say more?

Cabin holidays with Canopy & Stars

We work closely with our brilliant owners to make sure that our places are comfortable, quirky and set in the most idyllic, remote locations. We want as many people as possible to experience the joyful, life-affirming pleasure of spending time in nature – that’s why we don’t just find you somewhere to stay, we tell you all the brilliant things you can do outdoors while you’re there. If you’ve got any questions about our places, our friendly guest experience team is on hand to answer them.

Is Dorset worth visiting?

Dorset’s scenery is world-famous, and you can’t travel far without stumbling across an iconic landmark like Lulworth Cove, Corfe Castle or the ancient cobbles of steep Gold Hill in Shaftesbury. Not to mention Durdle Door, Old Harry Rocks and Chesil Beach. Fortunately, Dorset is also awash with pretty, bunting-clad towns like Bridport and Lyme Regis, where you can stop for delicious refreshments and a leisurely browse of the independent shops and bustling markets.

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