During your stay with us why not visit local National Trust properties and take part in a Cadbury’s Easter Egg hunt this Easter.
There are hunts taking place within a few miles of Burnbake Forest Lodges at Corfe Castle, Studland Bay and Brownsea Island on Friday 30 March to Sunday 15 April.
- Corfe Castle – 2.02 miles from Burnbake
Exploring the castle ruins is the ultimate family adventure this spring. Discover 1,000 years of this castle’s history as a royal palace and fortress, as you clamber around the ruins looking for fallen walls, secret places, ‘murder holes’ and arrow loops – all with the backdrop of breath-taking views across Purbeck.
- Studland Bay – 2.71 miles from Burnbake
Head to Studland Beach and stroll along a four-mile stretch of golden sand. Look out for the views across to the Isle of Wight and make the most of the trails winding through the sand dunes and woodland.
- Brownsea Island – 3.73 miles from Burnbake
Offering wildlife, woodlands and a lagoon, it’s no surprise Brownsea was a favourite camping spot for Robert Baden-Powell. Perfect for families looking to get away from the bustle of the mainland.
Follow the clues to receive your Cadbury chocolate reward and enjoy a day-out at iconic National Trust treasures in Dorset, before returning to your luxury forest retreat at Burnbake, in the heart of Purbeck, to endulge your chocolatey treats.