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Dorset Holiday lodges

Holiday Lodges in Dorset are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to traditonal Dorset holiday parks. Lodges offer a more luxurious and romantic base for your holiday and tend to have more mod cons like dishwashers and flatscreen tvs. Newlands Park is a good example as they have lodges in addition to caravans and apartments. This 5 star holiday park has indoor and outdoor pools as well as a peaceful setting. Warmwell holiday lodges in Weymouth are also highly recommended. These spacious lodges have a scenic woodland setting and are perfect for all year round breaks.
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New Forest Lodges

A haven of peace and tranquility this stunning cluster of lodges offers the perfect luxury escape.

Saxon Maybank Lodges

A rural retreat in the heart of Dorset, these luxurious lodges with hut tubs are ideal for relaxing holidays.

Osmington Holiday Park

Osmington Holiday Park is just 5 miles from the seaside town of Weymouth and offers a relaxing base to explore this stunning area.

Warmwell

Warmwell makes a lively base for your family lodge break with indoor pool, kids clubs, mini 10 pin bowling and evening entertainment.

Newlands Park

Newlands Park is recommended for families as it has an indoor and outdoor pool, kids clubs and adventure playground. Choose to stay in lodges, apartments or caravans.

Fun Days Out in Dorset

Monkey World is not only a local attraction but the work they carry out is amazing.  Rescuing and rehabilitating monkeys and assisting governments around the world to stop the smuggling of primates are just some of the purposes of the centre. You get to see the primates themselves many of which have become famous from appearing on the TV show Monkey World - a documentary about this place. Open year round we think this is one of best attractions in Dorset and you even get the chance to adopt a monkey if you choose.

This family orientated museum is dedicated to Teddy Bears both old and new Edward Bear and his family of people sized bears are one of the main attractions.  You can buy teddy bear gifts from the quaint shop including top notch brands.  The Steiff Teddy Bear and Merrythought bears are very popular.  Open 7 days a week all year round (except 25th and 26th December) this is a perfect all weather place to visit.

Kingston Maurward Gardens and Animal Park is a magical place to visit with grand gardens and plenty of animals to meet.  From goats and ponies to alpacas and pot bellied pigs this attraction is excellent value for money.  You can feel free to explore the grounds too which are especially lovely on sunny days.  You will see majestic floral displays, stone terraces, a temple and even a lake.

Recent Reviews of Dorset Holiday lodges

Anne Quoroll
Park: Warmwell, dorset
Date of stay: July 2010
I went with my family of 2 daughters,5 grandsons,husband and brother. It is a really lovely place to stay, surrounded by woodland and we had 2 lodges by the lake. We saw deer, ducks,a goose,squirrels and lots of birds. Although high season, it was not at all noisy and no drunken revellers were in evidence. All the children we met were very well behaved as were the adults. Staff were very helpful and kind. We are returning in November and have asked for a lodge near the car park as my husband has kidney failure and cannot walk very far without tiring, this was duly alloted to us even though, this time we are going on a Sun Newspaper cheap holiday. We cannot find anything to complain about with this lovely venue. Accomadation is spacious and clean.
Rebecca
Park: Dorset
Date of stay: July 2008
This was a very good adventure I visited with my school a few years ago and now my sister has just gone. So far she is enjoying . As much as I did ( or more!) . My favourite attraction was the Big Swing . My least favourite attraction was the trapeze. All the same the whole group was pleased , it was a once in a lifetime adventure , I reccommend it too anyone . Though maybe next time people WON'T call us the " little welsh school" . All the same I thouroughly enjoyed. The prices were reasonable and the lodges were comfortable and thats coming from and 11 year old girl who went at 9.
Mrs
Park: Warmwell Holiday Lodges
Date of stay: March 2011
had a fab time if i was you ...... GO THERE !!!!
mr m willcox
Park: Warmwell
Date of stay: April 2011
always have a really great time in warmwell so relaxing and plenty to keep the whole family happy we have been 10 years running and always rebook before we leave for the next year it has to be one of our most favorite holiday destinations
Peet
Park: Osmington Holiday Park
Date of stay: April 2009
THIS PLACE IS AWESOME! Summer 2008 i went here and it was cool. we never went golfing but we went to one of the pools, and we took walks aruond the resort. And it is close to the largest McDonalds in the world, Universal Studios, Sea World/ Auquatic Sea World Water Park, and many places! GO TO MYSTIC DUNES! One of my fave choices. I miss it there and it was alot of fun. Ah i want to go back so badly!
Jen
Park: Warmwell
Date of stay: June 2012
Wow, Warmwell is amazing if you haven't been to Warmwell then you don't know what you're missing!
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2nd September 2014