Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
In Dorset, a magnificent area for nature lovers and holidaymakers this area offers many gems to discover. Such as the Fleet Pond Local Nature Reserve in the north-eastern part of this part of the South of England. The ‘pond’ and the woodland surrounding it are a sanctuary for a variety of plants and animals to watch and the reserve covers an astonishing area of 141 acres. A wide area of enchanting beauty, easy to reach from the Littlesea Holiday Park, well-set in a peaceful lagoon with views of the 29 kilometres shingle Chesil Beach and the dramatic cliffs of the Isle of Portland.
This amazing location for a fantastic holiday park enriched by many facilities, sports activities and an noteworthy entertainment calendar with discos and cabarets. Talking about the facilities at the Littlesea Holiday Park, you will surely enjoy its indoor heated pool complex and its outdoor heated swimming pool with padding and sunbathing terrace, its kids’s club for 0-12s and its teen club for 13-16s, and then pool tables, an adventure golf and an adventure playground, archery, fencing and tennis court.
There are also many other activities to play and several possibilities to learn different kind of sports thanks to professional coaching, all the year long. The weekly cost of your comfortable two or three bedroom caravan here will go from £234 to £1145 and will include fully furnished kitchen, TV, gas and electricity, and your pets are allowed to come with you! When you book your holidays at the Littlesea Holiday Park ask for the discount more suitable to you.
In fact here there are many of them to save up to 40% off, depending on the period of the year you would book. From the fantastic Littlesea Holiday Park not only you can discover the Fleet Pond Local Nature Reserve but even other astonishing places, unforgettable for the nature they show, for the sports you can practice there, as the windsurf in Weymouth Bay and Poole Harbour, for example, and for the history of an ancient past you can admire on the Jurassic Coast, where even the dinosaurs have let their footprints!Tags: