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Attractions near Lime Tree Lodge
This is a list of the attractions near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this bed and breakfast.

Tank Museum (4 Miles)*
The Tank Museum brings the history of tanks and tank crew to life, supported by the world's best collection of tanks, and boasting action-packed live displays during school holidays.
Clouds Hill (5 Miles)*
Although it is a long way from Arabia, Clouds Hill was the simple Dorset home of writer and British Army Officer, T.E. Lawrence, also known as Lawrence of Arabia.
Lulworth Heritage Centre (5 Miles)*
A variety of displays illustrate the natural and social history of the area. A modern rocks gallery tells the story of Lulworth from 150 million years ago to the present day.
Athelhampton House and Gardens (5 Miles)*
Considered one of the finest 15th century houses in England, Athelhampton delights visitors with its superbly furnished rooms. The gardens, dating from 1891, are full of vistas and gain much from the fountains and River Piddle flowing through.
Dinosaur Museum (5 Miles)*
The Dinosaur Museum is Britain's original dinosaur museum solely devoted to dinosaurs and their prehistoric world.
Dorset County Museum (6 Miles)*
The Museum is housed in a beautiful, gothic-style building, which dates from 1881. It houses an array of fascinating galleries, dealing with a wide range of subjects from the natural sciences and geology to art, history and literature.
Lulworth Castle and Park (6 Miles)*
Lulworth Castle was built between 1608 and 1610 and became the family home of Humphrey Weld when he purchased the estate in 1641. It was built primarily as a hunting lodge and has played host to a total of seven monarchs.
The Keep Military Museum (6 Miles)*
A modern military museum which uses touch screen computers and creative displays to tell the stories of courage, humour, tradition and sacrifice of those who served in the regiments of Devon and Dorset for over 300 years.
Weymouth Sea Life Park (6 Miles)*
Experience an up close and personal look into the lifecycle of our Sharks. Observe how they develop from eggs into babies, then juveniles into adults.
Portland Castle (8 Miles)*
Discover one of Henry VIII's finest coastal fortresses - Portland Castle, perfectly preserved in a waterfront location overlooking Portland harbour.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Lime Tree Lodge
This is a list of the towns near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this bed and breakfast.

Owermoigne (< 1 Mile)*
Moreton (3 Miles)*
Quiet, peaceful, off the beaten track, Moreton is a mixture of village styles - linear in parts with a little thatched street, dispersed in others.
Whitcombe (3 Miles)*
Preston (4 Miles)*
Preston is a large, quiet residential suburb of Weymouth just over 2 miles east of the town centre. Although part of Weymouth it retains its village feel and still includes farmland.
Overcombe (5 Miles)*
Overcombe is a quiet beachfront area on the eastern side of Weymouth. It is about 2 miles from the town centre and harbour, with a frequent bus service. There is adequate parking. The beach itself is sand and shingle and is safe.
Dorchester (6 Miles)*
The county town of Dorchester has much to offer the visitor, with its bustling shopping precincts, elegant 18th century houses and vital cultural life.
Tolpuddle (6 Miles)*
Turners Puddle (6 Miles)*
East Stoke (6 Miles)*
Weymouth (7 Miles)*
Weymouth is a diverse and popular resort set in the heart of the UNESCO Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. It's bounded by Lyme Bay and Chesil Beach to the west, and Weymouth Bay to the south and east.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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