Nestled amidst rolling Dorset countryside and overlooking the Horton Folly Tower, Drusilla’s Inn invites travellers to reconnect with nature and enjoy a rustic glamping experience in cosy shepherd’s huts. Guests can take a leisurely stroll to the 18th-century Horton Folly Tower and ruins of a Norman church, or take a refreshing bike ride to discover the natural beauty of the area.
The huts feature hot drink-making facilities and en suite bathrooms for guests’ convenience.
When hunger strikes, guests can dine in the cosy bar area which is over 200 years old or choose more contemporary round dining area which overlooks the Horton Folly. The chef’s team prides itself on a rich menu including vegetarian and vegan options. Themed evenings and curry nights are organised regularly.
Groupon’s Guide To Dorset
Stretching on the English Channel Coast of South West England, Dorset beckons tourists with a plethora of opportunities. The outdoorsy globetrotters can relish the natural assets of the county: more than half of the territory is classified as Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The coastal area has just as much to offer to holidaymakers as the landlocked locations: more than half of it is a World Heritage Site. Dotted with unique sites such as the Isle of Portland, which marks the very centre of Jurassic Coast, the peculiar Durdle Door neighbouring Lulworth Cove and the shingle-based Chesil Beach, the coast allures travellers to move inland and search out the rolling clay valleys and slopping limestone ridges of the county.