You can’t stay at Millbrook Guest House and not hear or see Swanage Steam Railway.
A hand drawn Swanage Town Trail map which was kindly given to us by some of our regular guests. Well worth investigating whilst visiting Swanage.
One of Dorset’s most famous landmarks is ‘Colmers Hill’, many people will know of it by sight but not in name or what else it offers for a day out. From Millbrook Guest House in Swanage, it is approximately an hours drive away in the pretty village of Symondsbury which is very close to the […]
Just the other side of Wimborne, about a 40-minute drive from Millbrook B&B here in Swanage is the beautiful National Trust property and gardens of Kingston Lacy
The Jurassic Coast is world-famous for its fossils, Kimmeridge and Lyme Bay are on our doorsteps and guarantee a find every time!
Old Harry Rocks is a national treasure, situated at the tip of Studland Bay and just round the corner from Swanage, it is a must-see place whilst staying at Millbrook Bed & Breakfast.
A sunny day in March gave the perfect excuse to photograph Swanage Bay from many different angles.
A lovely walk from Millbrook Guest House to Dancing Ledge is well worth the effort. Although you can drive if feeling less adventurous!
Swanage Bay in full from the east (Whitecliff) or the west (Townsend Nature Reserve / Durlston).