Lodges & Holiday Parks in Dorset

Dorset is renowned for its varied landscape, with stunning beaches, rugged cliffs and pretty villages, making it a lovely location for a range of different holidays. The long coastline is a paradise for pets and explorers looking for an active break with clifftop walks and rolling countryside, while the beaches are perfect for those looking to unwind against a backdrop of spectacular sea views or partake in watersports, with surfing and sailing readily available. One of the biggest draws to this part of the country is the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site showcasing breathtaking cliffs, hidden coves and fossils dating back millions of years. Our Dorset lodges and holiday parks have everything you need for a perfect break in England, providing a real home away from home for you and your loved ones. Why not add a little wow factor by booking a lodge with a hot tub in Dorset or a luxury holiday park for the family? With many of our holiday homes offering all-weather facilities such as indoor pools, children's entertainment and games rooms, you can enjoy a break whatever the British weather has in store. Choose from peaceful woodland log cabins for a romantic break, spacious lodges that are perfect for celebrating with friends, or dog-friendly holiday parks where you can enjoy a Dorset holiday with the whole family, including your furry friend.

View of Rock formation Durdle Door on the Dorset Coast, England

Dog friendly lodges in Dorset

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Holiday parks in Dorset with hot tubs

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Dog friendly holiday parks in Dorset

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Inspiration for short breaks and family holidays in Dorset

Hike the South West Coast Path on a lodge holiday in Dorset...
The longest waymarked footpath in England, the 630-mile South West Coast Path, runs from Minehead in Somerset, along the coasts of Devon and Cornwall before reaching Poole Harbour in Dorset. The section within South Dorset is well worth a visit and includes a stunning variety of coastal scenery, making it the most photographed part of the path. Taking you through the popular resorts of Swanage, Weymouth and Lyme Regis, the walk passes some of Dorset's most famous landmarks including the flat sands at Studland, Old Harry Rocks, Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. It's no wonder this section of the path has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Book one of our Weymouth lodges and holiday parks and benefit from having this incredible walking trail right on your doorstep.

Explore outstanding natural beauty with our holiday homes in the Dorset countryside...
Dorset's countryside is a haven for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, with rolling hills, scenic walks and picturesque villages like Shaftesbury and Abbotsbury. Make the most of the Dorset countryside with a holiday in Wareham, a historic town on the River Frome and a gateway to the Isle of Purbeck. Visit the enchanting Corfe Castle, an ancient ruin perched atop a hill; take a walk on the wild side with a day out for all the family at Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre; or use the town as a jumping off point for visiting the nearby Jurassic Coast and RSPB Arne Nature Reserve. For a different view of the Dorset countryside, choose one of our Beaminster holiday parks and lodges. This charming market town in West Dorset is in a prime spot for walking and cycling trails, and visiting the historic Mapperton House and Gardens. You can also use the town as a gateway to the Jurassic Coast.

Discover Dorset’s best beaches on a luxury lodge break or family holiday by the sea...
Whether you’re planning a romantic retreat full of clifftop picnics and sunset strolls or a family holiday packed with fossil hunting and sandcastle building, a beach break on the Dorset coast promises a memorable holiday by the sea. For a luxurious coastal retreat or a day of thrilling watersports, the small peninsula of Sandbanks is a great choice. Located in Poole Harbour, Europe's largest natural harbour, it offers picturesque views across the wildlife haven of Brownsea Island and the chalk landscape of the Purbeck Hills. Take the Sandbanks Ferry over to the coastal area of Studland and explore even more stunning beaches, including Studland Bay, Shell Bay, Knoll Beach and Middle Beach. Browse our fantastic range of Dorset holiday parks and luxury lodges near the beach for a fun family getaway or a relaxing escape to remember!

Fishing harbour at sunset in Weymouth, Dorset