Where Are We

We are completely immersed in nature here on our peninsula in Studland on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, watching our heath, shoreline and woodland change throughout the seasons is a constant source of inspiration for us. We have designed our foraging and wild food adventures to get you close to nature and to let us guide you through what makes this area of Dorset so special and unique.
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The Hutquarters, Middle Beach, Studland
01929 761515 | 07933 507165
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Accomodation in Studland

If you are looking for somewhere to stay nearby in Studland or Swanage before or after your adventure with us, then see our local recommendations for accommodation. We are located on Studland beach a diverse environment with woods, heathland, seashore and beach, which guarantee a whole scope of adventure, from kayaking and paddle boarding, fishing, snorkelling, bushcraft, beach school, wild food & wild camping.

Within walking distance of our base on Middle beach are two very lovely hotels, Knoll House Hotel and The Pig on The Beach.

There are other various B&Bs in the village which will come up under the local search too and a few self catering cottages.

Accomodation in Studland and Dorset
The Pig on the Beach, Studland

Good for

Great Food, sumptiously styled rooms and a glorious setting overlooking Old Harry Rocks.


Sip cocktails at sundown around the fire pits in the grounds or laze your days away on a sunlounger overlooking the sea.

Knoll House Hotel, Studland

Good for

Enviable setting and luscious lawns, a great choice for families


Cool off in their outdoor and indoor pools or get your double bubble fix with a glass of fizz in the hottub!

Burnbake Campsite Studland

Good for

A rural campsite set in gorgeous greenery, great facilities and super helpful staff, perfect for families and groups.


Forest camping, variety of pitches and luxury lodges with hot tubs.
*Contact us for special rates on their lodges.