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1. Sip and Swirl the Finest English Wine in Dorset
May 10, 2018

Holidays and a glass of wine go hand in hand,but you don’t have to be lapping up the Mediterranean sun or indulging in a sunset over the Atlantic to enjoy the taste ofsome great vintages in a relaxed environment. The UK has some amazing vineyards and they’reproducing a diverse range of wines that are, today,holding their own among their more famous European counterparts. Dorset is an up and coming county when it comes to viticulture and is a wonderful spot to visit if you’re looking for a short break that doesn’t involves overseas travel. Dorset weekend breaks are particularly attractive ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Gearing Up for Dog Friendly Holidays in Dorset
May 10, 2018

Holidays that accommodate a four-legged friend are becoming ever more popular in the UK, and if you’re a fan of dog friendly holidays, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall have a host of wonderful retreats from which to choose. Because we want you to get the most out of your break, we’ve put together some top tips to help you organise and prepare for a trip away with your pooch. Choosing the Right Holiday It’s definitely worth thinking carefully when you’re planning to take your furry friend away with you. Taking them to a city, for example, is not really a great idea, and bear in mind that so... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Discover Dorset's Prehistoric Past on the Jurassic Coast
May 08, 2018

There are a range of short breaks in Dorset that will give you a full and fun experience, but we have a personal recommendation. If you’re a fan of the prehistoric past, then get yourself to the Jurassic Coast to experience history at its finest, and to really throw yourselves back in time. Historic Landscapes The Dorset coast is a geographer’s dream, with multi-coloured geological strata, visible erosion and naturally sculpted rock formations. As well as these special attractions, there are also classic sandy beaches, walkable headlands and some cute hidden coves, all perfect for t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Tips for Taking Your Dog to a Dorset Beach
May 08, 2018

Options for dog-friendly holidays in Dorset are everywhere. With beaches aplenty and miles of green landscape, your pup is going to LOVE the coast! Know the Beach Before you come, make sure you know the specific restrictions that the beach has in relation to man’s best friend: at what time of day you can go and whether you need to keep your furry companion on a lead. Another thing to consider, and to plan for, is the tide height. Check tide times before you go, so that you know when you’ll be able to walk along the sands. Also keep an eye out for hidden dangers on the beach. T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Holiday Inspirations Close to Home: Dorset, Scotland and Brecon
May 08, 2018

Holiday Inspirations Close to Home: Dorset, Scotland and Brecon The United Kingdom is home to a hoard of natural beauty and history, but sometimes we are all a bit too busy looking abroad to realise it. Here I’ve listed some hidden gems where I love to holiday. Holiday Parks in Dorset If you’ve just about had it with gloom and rain, head for a refreshing break in Dorset. Amongst the seaside regions, Dorset has some of the lowest levels of rainfall, and –most importantly– the highest number of sunny days, making it an unmissable destination for beach lovers. You can also marvel ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Find the Filming Locations of Broadchurch on Your Dorset Holiday
May 08, 2018

Find the Filming Locations of Broadchurch on Your Dorset Holiday In 2013, viewers around the world were captivated by the mystery facing DI Alec Hardy and DS Ellie Miller detectives in the fictional town of Broadchurch, starring David Tennant and Olivia Coleman. Many of the heart-achingly beautiful landscapes of Dorset served as the backdrop to the arresting story. If you find yourself on a short break in Dorset, drop by some of these unmissable filming locations. Jurassic Coast Inspiration “Broadchurch” doesn’t exist – rather the town was comprised of scenes filmed in West B... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Kingston Lacy: Discover Dorset's Unexpected Italian Mansion
May 08, 2018

Considering a trip away somewhere in the UK? Looking to experience culture and the countryside? How about a Dorset weekend? Breaks like these are unparalleled for relaxation, historical entertainment, and rural adventure options, but there’s one thing you should make sure you don’t miss out on: Kingston Lacy. A Stunning Interior Kingston Lacy is a beautiful country mansion in the rolling green hills of Dorset, with countless options to fill a day. Offering you something a bit different to your average day away, Kingston Lacy dates back to 1683, when the local family, the Ralphs, mov... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Regional Dorset Specialities to Try on Holiday: Part 2
May 08, 2018

Do you love to try new food when you’re away on holiday? Are you intrigued bylocal specialities and impressed by the abundance of fresh ingredients in the different regions of the UK? If the answer is yes and you’re looking for ideas for your next self catering holiday, Dorset should be pretty high on your list. We’re lucky to have such a diverse national cuisine in the UK and it’s one that relies very much on the local produce of each region.Being close to the coast, with the benefit of a milder climate than elsewhere in the UK, this delightful county is a true haven for foodies and fam... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Local Dorset Treats to Taste on Holiday: Part 1
May 08, 2018

For lovers ofself catering holidays, Dorset is a wonderful destination. Fabulous scenery, reliable summer weather and deliciously intriguing local cuisine, this county has all the ingredients anyone could need for a self catering holiday to remember. One of the best parts of looking after yourself when it comes to wining and dining on your holiday ishaving the time to taste the delicious home grown products and to dine out on food you would never otherwise try. Dorset is deservedly on the UK national food map, mainly thanks to the attention bestowed on it after the successful River Cotta... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. On the Trail of Dorset's Literary Heroes
April 20, 2018

If you’re looking to visit somewhere with a rich literary heritage, one excellent choice is Dorset. Caravan parks in the county allow you to stay in cosy, comfortable accommodation that makes the perfect base from which to explore a region that has inspired countless writers throughout the years. Dorset caravan parks are dotted all throughout the county, so no matter which writer’s haunts you’re interested in visiting you’ll find somewhere to suit. Why not explore the worlds of these great authors? Thomas Hardy The famous novelist and poet Thomas Hardy set most of his tales in a fictional p... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Make History Fun for Kids in Dorset
April 20, 2018

Taking a family trip to stay in one of the fantastic holiday parks in Dorset? This county is an amazing destination for a getaway with the kids, with tons to do and see along the Jurassic Coast. But there’s more to the area than just its beautiful beaches and well-appointed holiday parks. In Dorset you’ll also find a rich heritage waiting to be explored and it’s a perfect place to get your kids invested in Britain’s fascinating past. A visit to Dorchester, in particular, offers some unmissable historical attractions that the whole family will love. Roman Town House The Roman Town House is t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Family Fun in Dorset: Discover the Castles and Forts
April 20, 2018

Taking the kids to one of the amazing holiday parks in Dorset? As well as being a fantastic break, you can also make your trip educational by immersing them in the history of the area. This county’s ancient heritage is definitely worth exploring, and there’s nothing more likely to spark children’s imaginations than the idea of a mighty castle standing tall above the landscape. It’s tempting, of course, to think of the region along the Jurassic Coast as only being notable for its amazing beaches and holiday parks. In Dorset, however, there’s so much more to see, so make sure you don’t miss out... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Travel Through Time on the Ancient Jurassic Coast
April 20, 2018

Fancy a trip through time? Why not take a break at one of the Jurassic Coast’s fantastic holiday parks? In Dorset, the unique geology and heritage of the seafront is a huge draw for visitors, with ancient cliffs and beaches formed from rock that was laid down in prehistoric times. Durdle Door Durdle Door is a natural wonder that is one of Dorset’s most famous and visited landmarks. This vast limestone arch jutting out into the sea really has to be seen to be believed, offering some idea of how unique the county’s geological landscape really is. It’s not just Durdle Door itself that’s worth ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Let it Rain: Indoor Activities in Dorset
April 18, 2018

If you’re taking a holiday to Dorset, caravan parks are ideal places to stay, offering a wonderful outdoorsy feel that brings you closer to nature and the Jurassic Coast’s striking scenery. Of course, like anywhere in England, the weather is not always sunny in Dorset. Caravan parks are still fantastic for looking out upon the local countryside, magnificent come rain or shine, but if you’re facing a downpour, you’ll probably want to make some changes to your itinerary. Here are our recommendations for the best indoor attractions in Dorset. The Tunnel Target Sports Centre Try you... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Follow the Festival Fun in Dorset
April 18, 2018

Caravan holidays in Dorset are a guaranteed good time for the whole family. With striking scenery, a rich heritage, and all sorts of outdoor activities to take part in, you’ll never run short of things to do, whenever you visit. However, there’s a lot to be said for picking the right time of year for caravan holidays. In Dorset, there are so many festivals and events that it may be worth scheduling your holiday to coincide with one or two of them. Here are a few of our favourites – see if any catch your eye! Camp Bestival Based at Lulworth Castle, Camp Bestival is a music festiv... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Amazing Animal Adventures in Dorset
April 18, 2018

Caravan holidays in Dorset are the perfect way for anyone to get closer to nature. The Jurassic Coast and its surrounding countryside have a truly wild feel to them, telling the tales of animal life past and present. That’s why those looking to truly immerse themselves in the county’s natural history often come here on caravan holidays. In Dorset, you won’t just find glorious countryside and coastlines, however – there are also plenty of attractions and activities that allow the whole family to meet and learn about some amazing animals. Monkey World Made famous by popular TV sho... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. 3 Great Family Days Out in Dorset
April 18, 2018

Once you’ve taken your pick from the huge range of kid-friendly holiday parks in Dorset, you’ll want to start planning your itinerary. Fortunately, there’s no shortage of destinations for a family day out in this fun-filled county. In fact, you’re likely to find yourself spoilt for choice with so many attractions and events within easy reach of the many holiday parks. In Dorset, there’s just so much to do, which is why we’ve picked out a few favourites that guarantee a fantastic family visit. Mapperton Gardens At Mapperton, you’ll find a stunning Jacobean manor house surrounded by un... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Dining Out in Dorset with Man's Best Friend
April 11, 2018

While taking the family pet away with you is a wonderful experience, finding suitable places to eat can be one of the more difficult aspects of dog-friendly holidays. Dorset, fortunately, boasts a huge variety of eateries that welcome a visit from man’s best friend – here we list a few of the best. Edie Mae’s Located in the village of Stourpaine, with easy access from the brilliant walking route that is the North Dorset Trailway, Edie Mae’s offers a tea room with hot drinks, homemade cakes and light meals. A brilliant place to visit with your dog, it has a wonderfully creative feel t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Highlands End Park for Dog Friendly Holidays
April 11, 2018

When you’re planning a holiday with the family pet, it’s vital to find the right dog-friendly accommodation. Dorset boasts plenty of places to stay, but one of the best is undoubtedly the fantastic Highlands End Holiday Park, which has all of the amenities that you’ll need to make the most of a break with man’s best friend. Whether you’d prefer a comfortable caravan, luxurious lodge or well-appointed apartment, this resort can provide you with appropriate dog-friendly accommodation. Dorset and its many attractions are easily accessible from its convenient location, set upon the famous Jur... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. More Great Dog Walks for Holidaymakers in Dorset
April 11, 2018

As a destination for dog-friendly holidays, Dorset is difficult to beat. Its magnificent coastline and beautiful countryside give you a range of appealing walking routes, whatever kind of surroundings you’d prefer to take a stroll through with the family pet. Why not try out some of these great locations? Old Harry Rocks At the most easterly point of the county’s famous Jurassic Coast, you’ll find the chalk formations known as Old Harry Rocks. These are part of the Isle of Purbeck, a peninsula noted for its natural beauty and therefore a superb destination for dog-friendly holidays. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Canine Dos and Don'ts When Holidaying in Dorset
April 11, 2018

With walking routes galore and a range of dog-friendly accommodation, Dorset has always been a welcoming holiday destination for dog owners. Why not repay the hospitality by ensuring that you behave responsibly with your pet? Here’s a few tips to keep in mind when visiting Dorset. DO… Clean Up After Them Just as you would at home, you should always pick up after your pet and deposit their waste in an appropriate bin, whether you’re out exploring the countryside or simply walking them in the area around your dog-friendly accommodation. Dorset is known for its natural beauty, so do yo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. The Best Places for Walkies with the Dog in Dorset
March 29, 2018

For dog-friendly holidays, Dorset can’t be beaten, and one of the reasons is the wide range of fantastic walking routes available. Whether you’d prefer to stroll along the magnificent Jurassic Coast with your canine companion, or enjoy the breathtaking countryside views, this scenic county is guaranteed to have something for you and your pet. Here are some of our favourite walks in the area. Golden Cap The clifftops at Golden Cap are a destination well suited to dog-friendly holidays. Dorset is famed for the rugged beauty of the Jurassic Coast, and this is the highest point along it,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Sandy Claws - The Best Dog-Friendly Beaches in Dorset
March 29, 2018

Let’s face it, you can hardly call it a family break unless you get to bring along your precious pooch too, which is why so many people nowadays opt for dog-friendly holidays. Dorset is the perfect destination for this kind of getaway, with so many opportunities for bracing strolls amid beautiful natural scenery. The county’s coast is particularly striking – here’s a look at some of the best dog-friendly beaches in Dorset. Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove The natural limestone arch known as Durdle Door is one of Dorset’s most striking landmarks, not to be missed by any visitor to the ar... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Our Favourite Dog-friendly Attractions in Dorset
March 29, 2018

An ideal destination for dog-friendly holidays, Dorset boasts all sorts of amazing attractions where you’ll find a warm welcome for you and your canine companion. A common concern when bringing the family pet on holiday is that you’ll struggle to find places to visit where they’ll be allowed too, but in Dorset you’ll find a full range of appropriate activities and attractions, no matter what you’re interested in. Here are some great ideas to get you started. Corfe Castle The history of this amazing county is open for all to explore, including those who need to find dog-friendly holi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Wondrous Walks in Dorset: A Guide for Nature Lovers
March 19, 2018

For those lucky enough to be staying in one of the spectacular holiday parks in Dorset, there are myriad spectacular walking routes to indulge in. Whether you’re a family of leisurely strollers or hiking aficionados, Dorset is the perfect region to pause the clock and enjoy some family time outdoors. Along the way, you’ll be treated to some hidden villages, stunning coasts and chocolate-box cottages. Cranford Heath Nature Reserve This is one of the biggest heaths in all of Dorset with a history that’s just as impressive. Along the four-mile trail of heath lie abundant reminders of Br... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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