Mytime Outdoor Centre, Off Renscombe Rd, Worth Matravers, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset. BH19 3LL
Call MYTIME on 01202 710701
OverviewMYTIME’s R&R Retreat Accommodation Centre is surrounded by open farmland and just a short walk from the Jurassic Coast. It offers the perfect base from which to enjoy everything that the spectacular Isle of Purbeck has to offer. With a World Heritage Site and the South West Coastal Path on its doorstep, the Centre represents the perfect choice for lovers of the great outdoors. Mere minutes from the idyllic village of Worth Matravers and the popular Square and Compass Pub, there’s truly something for everyone to enjoy. Dormitory-style bedrooms, a large, self-catering kitchen and a communal lounge area accommodate up to 24 guests, while outside, there’s space on site for as many as 16 campers. The building is wheelchair-accessible and offers plenty of space for parking, so for a family get-together, hen or stag do, school trip or other sizeable group, the Centre represents the ideal destination. Facilities include a cosy log burner, BBQ, table-tennis table and basketball court. With miles of wonderful walking paths to choose from nearby, why not bring the dogs along with you as well? History buffs will find themselves in their element; the Centre was built during WWII and is now all that remains of the radar development site that once stood at Worth Matravers.
Beds & Rooms:40: 24 inside: 1x2, 1x4 en suite, 1x8, 1x10 (max group sie 24). Plus 16 camping.
Price per night:Whole centre from £350 (24 people). 16 more can camp (BYO tents) at £7pppn. Bedding £5pp. Dog £10.
Booking:Check availability on the website and book online, phone, e mail or via the contact form.
Directions:In Worth Matravers bear right by duck pond. Road turns sharp right then left onto Renscombe Rd. The drive to the centre is 200m further on right.
Public Transport:Train to Wareham. Wilts & Dorset Buses to Worth Matravers.
Walks:Long Distance Walks South West Coast Path
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MyTime self catering accommodation on the Dorset Coast is open again!
May 25th 2021
Treat yourself, your friends and family to a jurassic adventure. MyTime Rural Retreat Centre is just outside the picturesque village of Worth Matravers on the Isle of Purbeck. This rustic centre provides ideal accommodation for groups (in line with the latest government guidelines) wishing to explore the magnificent Jurassic coastline. Experience the enviable range of outdoor activities nearby; from walking and cycling to coasteering and kayaking
Visit Wood Henge on the South Coast
March 20th 2018
Mytime Centre provides great value accommodation for family and walking holidays on the South Coast.
Mytime Centre provides great value accommodation for family and walking holidays on the South Coast. The centre has fabulous views, stunning walks and is close to Wood Henge. Mytime Outdoor Centre, once called the David Donaldson Field Centre, provides great accommodation for walking groups and groups of families. Close to Swanage on the Isle of Purbeck, the area has some superb coastal walks. There are loads of gorgeous beaches in the area and cliff top walks straight from the accommodation. Families can walk down to Chapman’s Pool for a paddle, to gather fossils or play cricket on the beach. Also close by is Wood Henge ! Why not visit to find out more.
Fancy trying Nordic Walking?
January 19th 2018
Book your group stay at the MyTIME Outdoor Centre from 14th to 16th September 2018 and take part in the fantastic Purbeck Nordic Walking Festival 2018.
Find out more about the Purbeck Nordic Walking festival on their website: https://www.nordicwalking-holidays.com/events/purbeck-nordic-walking-festival-2018/
November 4th 2009
We started our walk, straight from the David Donaldson Field Studies Base out along the coast path of the Isle of Purbeck. As soon as we reached the sea at Deadmans Bay we got held up by the hundreds of fossils set in the mud stone. The weather was so hot that the children swam and everyone waded out into the water to see the fossils set in the seabed.Read More