Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
In West Dorset, at the mouth of River Char, there is a village called Charmouth, and the beauty of the nature here is not a pun. In fact this small village has been overlooking the fossil beach of Lyme Bay for over two centuries, visited by artists and royalty, as Jane Austen and Catherine of Aragon, who built here one of the residences of her. From Charmouth, in a fifteen minutes walk you can reach the Newlands Park.
For you and your family this place is absolutely perfect, and there is even a David Bellamy Silver Award for Conservation won by the Park to testify that. The facilities are well-inserted in the surrounding environment and here you can really enjoy your time.
There is an indoor heated swimming pool, where to enter costs just £10 for 10 sessions, an outdoor heated pool with water slide, a Children Club especially for kids being between 5 and 10 years old, several pool tables, an adventure playground and a soft play area.
Newlands Park is pet friendly and between its accommodations you can choose apartments, a static caravan or even a timber lodge. All of them are non smoking and include kitchen, TV, bed linen and duvets, gas and electricity.
Their cost goes from £135 to £959 per week, without considering the standard savers by which you can save up to £50 off for holidays longer than fifteen days, and up to £20 off if any member of your family or group is over 55s or under 5s. Newlands Park is located between the market town of Bridport and the coastal town of Lyme Regis, nicknamed ‘The Pearl of Dorset’.
From the holiday park fast and easy to reach is also Weymouth, the seaside town located on a bay at the mouth of River Wey, and Portland Harbour next to the Isle of Portland, well-known to be one of the largest man-made harbours in the world. And then, by looking at any map, you will easily notice that around Newlands Park there are many other places to visit and enjoy during the full days away-from-it-all on your holidays.Tags: