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Silverlake

Weymouth, Dorset

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Moreton Road, Warmwell, Dorset, DT2 8HU

Tel: 01285 869489

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THE ESTATE

Silverlake, located in Dorset, is a true jewel located in the environs of West Dorset. Formerly the site of RAF Warmwell, Silverlake is rich in history and offers a stunning space that celebrates unspoilt nature, beautiful wildlife and everything the great outdoors has to offer. Its woodlands and hedgerows are home to a diverse range of native wildlife.

Silverlake is home to a wide range of wildlife including wonderful birds like the Dartford Warbler, Woodlark and Nightjar. The heathlands turn an amazing shade of purple in late Summer as the heathers comes into flower and Dartmoor ponies roam free grazing the heathlands. Butterflies, including the rare Silver-studded Blue, can be seen over the Summer months and the lakes support many brightly coloured dragonflies and damselflies. Sand Martins arrive from Africa in Spring and Sika Deer can be seen year round. Autumn brings the most incredible Starling murmurations over the lakes and reedbeds.

ACCOMMODATION

Rare and memorable holidays in natural surroundings, in superbly appointed self-catering accommodation, with an exclusive on-site private spa and ample opportunities for outdoor activities in hundreds of acres of unspoiled nature reserve.

No matter what your intent: getaway with the family, solo retreat, or escape with your loved one, we have a wide range of holiday villas for you to choose from…

Silverlake offers a plethora of opportunities for boating and fishing, while cyclists and runners can take advantage of the fresh, clean air in complete safety thanks to a network of private footpaths. Whether by foot, bike or water, adventure awaits in this stunning part of rural England.

Silverlake is located 30 minutes from Poole and a short drive from the beautiful towns of Dorchester and Weymouth. In addition to benefitting from stunning views, Silverlake is also home to a stunning collection of architecturally designed, sustainable and secure holiday homes.

Architecture and people live in harmony with Mother Nature. When not exploring the Great British coastline, guests can make use of the on-site spa or explore ‘The Island’, a fantastic area with zipwire and adventure playground. Tennis court and MUGA (multi use games area) are available for the more active amongst us!

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