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Bridport Food Festival is a celebration of everything delicious in the Bridport Area. This year's festival will take place from Sunday 13th June to Friday 25th June. Foodies will love it!
Categories: Jurassic Coast
In Lyme Regis you’ll be spoilt for choice with a variety of eateries to choose from. These range from delicious street food takeaway and fine dining experiences using some of the best local produce. If you’re a bit of foodie check out these superb eateries in Lyme Regis.
Categories: Things to do in Dorset
As part of our ongoing efforts to improve our holiday park we often use the months during off-peak season to upgrade the site. This year has been no exception with work carried out over the winter months to make several exciting new upgrades to Newlands. We also had a very famous guest visit the park!
There are a variety of benefits that come with the freedom you have when owning your own holiday home. Enjoy quality time with family whenever it suits you, without the hassles of needing to pre-book. Here's a just few reasons why now is the perfect time to buy a Dorset holiday home at Newlands.
Mary Anning is the world’s most famous fossil hunter. She was born in Lyme Regis in 1799 which is now known as the famous Jurassic Coast.
If you're looking for Stand Up Paddle boarding adventures near Newlands look no further than Jurassic SUP & Fitness.
If you’re looking for a UK staycation on the Jurassic coast, Newlands Holiday Park in West Dorset is the perfect place for your fun-filled escape. Our Charmouth-based camping and caravan touring park is ideally located just a stones throw from the beach. The area is packed with unmissable landmarks and attractions, which creates endless reasons to choose the Jurassic Coast for your Dorset staycation.
Ideas to see and do whilst here in beautiful Dorset.
Categories: Blog, Things to do in Dorset
Sea Swimming have you tried it?
Have you heard of the benifits of cold water swimming for mental health and even links with reducing the risk of dimentia?
Read a little more here from Newlands advocate Natalie.