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Chesil Holiday Park
Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 2
Holiday home facilities
Holiday home facilities
Bed linen and towels provided free for guest use
40" Smart TV and a DVD player in living room and 24" Smart TV/DVD combi in twin room
Broad selection of adult, family and children's DVDs
Children's games, books and toys
Multiple double USB sockets throughout the caravan (bring your own USB leads)
Hand food mixer
Small slow cooker
Complimentary extras provided for guest use
Cooking oil, salt pepper and a range of condiments
Cleaning products/equipment/bin bags/toilet roll provided
Chesil Vista Holiday Park is part of the Waterside Holiday Group and has 5 star status, it is situated at the lower end of Wyke Regis in Weymouth overlooking Chesil Beach
Our caravan is located in the lower green section of the park our caravan is only a short walk to the main building with the award-winning Breeze restaurant and bar where an excellent dine in menu is on offer as well as a selection of take out options and Costa coffee available from the bar.
The Venue entertainment complex (you won't struggle to find a seat) hosts daily kids activities in the morning and early evening with kids disco/games followed by adult/family entertainment including cash bingo and visiting acts which includes singers, comedians, and magic acts with the night rounding off with a late disco or karaoke. Pizzas can be ordered from the bar if you want to want to eat while enjoying the entertainment The park upgraded to Hi speed Wifi for the start of this season and it is freely available in the caravan and around the park.
Complimentary entertainment passes
Our caravan is PET FREE and NON-SMOKING indoors due to owner having allergies, it is centrally heated with radiators throughout with a heated towel rail in the shower room. There are 2 bedrooms (max occupancy of 6 persons - including infants in cots ) applies , one with a king-size bed, a combined wardrobe and drawers, dressing table/mirror and en-suite WC/washbasin. Next door is there is a large shower with WC/washbasin and opposite the main bedroom is the second bedroom with twin beds (2' 6" width) and a half size wardrobe, bedside table and wall mounted 24" smart tv/dvd combi. The living room has 2 comfortable sofas (one with pull out double sofa bed), a coffee table, and an electric convection fire for when you want to take the chill off the air without heating the whole caravan.
The kitchen diner has a table with 4 chairs and the kitchen has a full size fridge/freezer full size cooker/ hob, microwave, toaster and kettle, there is a full selection of crockery, glassware and cutlery as well as a full selection of cooking dishes, baking trays/saucepans and frying pans.
The caravan is set up to make your stay comfortable and family friendly with multiple USB charging points throughout (remember your own cables), the living room has a 40" smart TV (with a Netflix subscription), plus a DVD player along with a good selection of DVDs with extra touches such as board games, children's books and toys to keep the family entertained when you don't feel like going out or to the entertainment lounge.
We also have a range of baby/toddler equipment for our guests with young children to use free of charge
Outside we have a good size balcony with rattan effect seating and a parasol where you can enjoy partial views across to Portland and there is a private parking space next to the caravan (additional parking can be found next to the main building.
Please note disposable BBQ's are NOT PERMITTED ANYWHERE ON THE DECKING/ NEXT TO CARAVAN/DECKING and the PARK RULES stipulate if used THEY CAN BE USED ON the GRAVELLED AREA but MUST BE AWAY FROM GRASSED AREAS in case of FIRE and disposed of responsibly.
The onsite shop carries a good range of necessities such as bread, milk, butter/spread, tinned, fresh and frozen goods plus newspapers, magazines and alcohol. Adjacent to the shop is an onsite launderette and tokens available from main reception.
There are further shops (Tesco Express and Coop at top of Portland Road and a Lidl store next to Portland Harbour while in Weymouth town centre you will find an Asda superstore, Iceland, Poundland, Wilko, Debenhams, TK Maxx Superdrug, Boots, M&S Food as well numerous smaller shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. On the edge of the town centre behind the Rail station is Jubilee retail park where there is Aldi, Matalan, Currys/PC World, Halfords, B&Q and Sports Direct, while on nearby Dorchester Road near the junction for Weymouth Relief road there is a Morrison supermarket and a Sainsburys superstore and at the bottom of Dorchester road there is an NHS urgent care/walk in centre.
OUT & ABOUT
Outside the park entrance there is a regular bus service to Weymouth town centre/beachfront and on the opposite side of the road (either further up the road opposite Central convenience or further down adjacent to Smallmouth beach) there are bus stops over to Portland where you can find among other places Portland Bill lighthouse and Portland Castle.
A short walk over the Portland bridge is UNESCO world heritage site of Chesil Beach with its information centre, a cafe and on the opposite side there is Billy Winters restaurant while further toward Portland there is the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy (WPNSA) and the OTC which hold water sports events and offer water sports courses throughout the year.
For the more active person, Portland has some scenic walks and just off the Smallmouth beach there is the Rodwell trail walk into Weymouth which is part of the National Cycle Route 26.
Weymouth has plenty to do with Sealife centre, Pirate Crazy Golf, Sandworld and Lodmoor Country Park, the harbour has a good selection of cafes/pubs if you want to relax and watch the world go by. If history is your thing then Nothe Fort looked after by English Heritage is on the edge of the harbour, built in the mid 19th century to protect Portland and Weymouth harbours it is now a museum and café.
Dorset certainly has a wealth of history, in Dorchester for the history buffs there are several museums including on the outskirts the Tolpuddle martyrs museum, The Dorchester Keep with its historic weapons, Dorchester museum with its Tutankhamen & Terracotta Warrior exhibits and the Dinosaur &Teddy bear museums for the kids. The town of Wimborne has its famous minster and the model town is great for entertaining the kids
Along the coast you may want to visit Abbotsbury with its Subtropical gardens, Swannery bird sanctuary and Children’s Farm and play-barn. Further along the coast is West Bay (where Broadchurch was filmed), Lyme Regis and Exmouth.
Lulworth Castle (https://www.lulworth.com/) hosts events during the summer season or you might wish to relax on the beach at Lulworth Cove or Durdle door. Another great day out is Monkey World the ape sanctuary or the nearby Tank museum (https://www.tankmuseum.org//whats-on/events) at Bovington with its annual Tankfest exhibitions and demonstration.
In Corfe Castle village you can see the castle ruins destroyed in the English civil war which was the ancestral home of the Bankes family who were ardent Royalist supporters, you can enjoy a light lunch or afternoon tea at the tearooms with its model village at the rear or enjoy a trip on the steam railway which runs into nearby Swanage.
Holiday park facilities
Holiday park facilities
The award winning Breeze Restaurant , The Venue entertainment lounge/bar with daytime activities and and evening entertainment , kids play park, sportsfield with basketball hoop, enclosed football pitch and outdoor gym equipment, multilevel softplay , amusement arcade, and for additional daily/weekly charge there is a swimming pool/slide/jacuzzi/ toddlers pool , fitness room and sauna.
Shop and self service laundrette on site