Durdle Door Holiday Park is a friendly, non-commercial holiday park that offers guests modern day comforts. They are set in a beautiful location and they have access to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, clean safe beaches and rolling Dorset countryside.
The park has luxury caravan homes for hire that are modern and fully-equipped. Campers can enjoy the site's spacious woodland and open areas. They have an area called the Sea View that is perfect for motor homes and touring caravans.
The park is very popular with outdoor lovers who come to see the Durdle Door Holiday Park's natural beauty. They have attracted walkers, water sport enthusiasts, families, bird watchers and other types that simply want to get away from it all. The South West Coastal Path passes the entrance to the park.
Durdle Door Holiday Park's facilities include a well-stocked shop, bar and restaurant, bike hire and a children's play area. They have some fully-serviced pitches available. They allow dogs on the park.
The site has recently added Pod hire to their list of accommodations. Pods are a great option to those who light to camp but who want to travel light.
Contact Durdle Door Holiday Park if you are interested in owning your own holiday home on the Jurassic Coast. They have both new and previously owned units available for sale.
It costs £12 for camping per night for camping. It is £16 a night for camping with electric hook-up. Pods cost £30 per night. Each Pod can sleep up to 4 people.
Durdle Door Holiday Park is open from the 1st of March until the 31st of October every year.
To find out more information e-mail email@example.com or call 01929 400200.
The local area has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. At the park you will see rare species of birds, plants and insects. There have 32 different kinds of butterflies recorded.
Top tourist attractions in the area include Abbotsbury Swannery and Gardens, Swanage Steam Railway, The Tank Musuem at Bovington and on the doorstep Lulworth Castle, Lulworth Cove and the iconic stone arch of Durdle Door. Nearby historic towns and villages worth visiting include Wareham, Swanage, Poole Quay and Dorchester.
FESTIVALS AND EVENTS
Major resorts nearby are Bournemouth, Poole and Weymouth with a programme of festivals and events throughout the season including fireworks, carnivals, art, entertainment and sporting events. This year don't miss the sailing events for the 2012 Olympics which take place in the sheltered waters of Weymouth and Portland Bay.
? Harry's Café Bar open daily with a warm welcome, good selection of guest ales, pool table.
? Harry's Takeaway.
? General store with fresh local produce, daily newspapers, magazines, beers & spirits and a good range of camping necessities
? Direct access to Durdle Door and Man O' War beaches
? Wi-fi available
? Mountain bike hire
? Launderette with tumble dryer & ironing facilities (token operated)
? Toilets with hairdryers, free showers and dishwashing facilities
? Baby Changing facilities
? Disabled toilet and shower facilities
? Family shower rooms available
? Chemical disposal point
? Children's Play area
? Cot and highchair hire
? Allocated serviced pitches
? Extensive dog walking areas surrounding the park
? Large grassed recreation area with picnic benches
? Gas bottle exchange
? Freezer facility
? DVD and video hire
? Summer entertainment
? Reception and information centre
? Pods â?? the ideal way to camp without a tent
For further information and on-line booking click on our web-site link below
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01929 400200