I know a few people that are proud caravan owners currently living in the UK, there’s a certain sense of excitement behind having your own caravan this time of year – I really wish the Constants had one. Haven gave me the following information as a guide for Dorset holidays, whatever the weather and now the summer seems to be at an end, it couldn’t have come at a better time!


From weeks of meticulous planning to just packing up the car and heading in whichever direction the wind takes you, nothing beats the experience of turning the everyday into a holiday. I dream of one day, hopping in the caravan or campervan and scooting around the UK there are so many beautiful places I have yet to see.

Quality time in a quality retreat

While the summer has already come to an end, there’s an exciting beginning right round the corner. In a nation blessed with the most picturesque views and breath-taking landmarks, see England in a different light – when nature really comes to life.

As forests burst into a dazzling array of reds and oranges, and the nights begin to cool offering the perfect respite for a family night round the campfire, there’s never been a better time to celebrate the seasons changing, by venturing into the sights and sounds of our beautiful island.

From having the freedom to roam the roads to bringing your nearest and dearest together wherever you may be, there’s no greater feeling than owning a piece of privacy from the luxury of your caravan.


Exploring Dorset in autumn

A favourite with many a family, you can’t go wrong visiting the shores of Dorset. This coastal getaway has something for everyone, and with an abundance of natural riches adorning the landscape, there’s no better way to discover Dorset than from the comfort of your own caravan.

Lose yourself in the infamous Dorset Downs, and let this Area of Outstanding Beauty remind you of the quintessential English treasures that makes Great Britain truly great.

Unwind in your own home away from home, and wake up in the middle of nature’s most stunning surroundings. With Dorset literally on your doorstep, see another side to this county – and wander across the sand dunes, gasp in awe at the rock arches and take in Dorset like never before.

Really make the most of your visit and explore Weymouth Bay and its link up to its sister park, Seaview Park – giving you the bonus of ‘two parks for the price of one’. As the children enjoy the pair of indoor and outdoor pools available, adults can take it easy along Weymouth’s sandy beach – only a 15 minute drive from the park.


The rural setting of Weymouth Bay makes it a must-see for many a holidaymaker – and with golden sand stretching for miles, there’s plenty of watersports on offer. With plenty of daytime activities for the children, the kids can enjoy hours of entertainment – while off site, visitors can take a walk to the idyllic Bowleaze Cove. Take in the spectacular views of the White Horse of Osmington Hill, or traverse a few more miles and hunt for fossils along the infamous ‘Jurassic Coast’.

Within the park, let the kids run free in the playing field – or interest them in the Seaview kids club. Whether they’re wanting to try out a new activity such as archery or fencing, or perhaps would like to see some live entertainment over at the ShowBar, children – and adults – are spoilt for choice.

So take the family away for a trip to remember, and enjoy the delights of Dorset today.


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Last Update: Tuesday, 17th September 2013