Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
Close to beautiful sandy beaches and the lovely harbour of Weymouth town, in Dorset there is the amazing valley where Osmington Holiday Park is set. It is right in the middle of astonishing rural countryside, where the seaside is just 200m away the woodland from which this holiday park is surrounded.
Perfect place for relaxing as well for a fully-active time to spend in the nature, the Osmington Holiday Park has all the facilities you could require to really enjoy your holidays. The Country Club will be the centre of your holiday time at the resort and has the restaurant, bar and take-away, with a great sunbathing terrace overlooking the outdoor heated swimming pool.
During the peak months here you will find a wide range of entertainment especially for families with shows, comedy and much more. You will find here also a games room with Wi-Fi and darts, and outdoor a toddlers splash zone and the new play area for children with the Pirate Ship they really love.
You can take your family horse riding as well, or fishing to a neighbouring lake, having a lot of fun during your day out at the Wally’s Lake. Your accommodation at the Osmington Holiday Park can be a comfortable two or three bedroom 12ft-wide static caravan or a beautiful lodge and it will coast between £169 and £914 per week, not considering some standard savers.
In fact you can save up to £50 off if your holidays are longer than fifteen days and up to £20 if a member of your family or group is over 55s or under 5s. Your accommodation will have a fully furnished kitchen, TV, shower, bed linen and duvets, gas and electricity, all included.
So you will have plenty to enjoy at the Osmington Holiday Park, to discover the land all around it and some villages and towns that are within easy reach from the park. As Bridport, for example, 18 Miles away, with its surprising Bridport Arts Centre, where several exhibitions and plays take place throughout the year with its 200 seat theatre. You have just to check its event calendar and go!Tags: