Welcome to Gorselands Caravan Park
Here in the heart of some of the most beautiful land and seascapes that Dorset has to offer lies our independent caravan park. Situated in six luscious acres, on the seaward side of the Bridport to Weymouth road, it overlooks the famous Chesil beach, an undeniably popular attraction for many a visitor, both far and wide. Along with Chesil beach, there is of course the renowned World Heritage Jurassic Coast that featured in hit television series Broadchurch.
You’ll find Gorselands set in the valley, providing guests to our coastal holidays in Chesil beach’s area with superb panoramic views of the beach and Lyme Bay, which really are something magical!
One of the perks of staying with us here at Gorselands is that the road passes our location and heads quite literally on to the beach at West Bexington – a part of the famous Jurassic Coast. Alternatively, you can opt for another scenic option and stroll down through the meadows along Fisherman's Walk.
Gorselands has a wide range of dog friendly accommodation and whats more dogs are free of charge
If it’s a quiet and picturesque setting you’re looking for, then Gorselands is just the place. Uniquely situated and providing a peaceful haven even at the peak of the holiday season, our holiday park in Dorset is ideal for those who appreciate a quiet, relaxing holiday. Additionally, if you fancy heading to the local attractions, we’re never too far away, so a stay at Gorselands really does have the whole package!
4 July 2020
The caravan park is now open! Our online booking page is not available at present. Please email us with your enquiry and we will do our best to assist.
24 June 2020
We are delighted to say that we have been given the go ahead to reopen the caravan park on Saturday 4th July 2020.
As you can imagine, there are lots of holiday bookings that did not go ahead during to the lockdown. Once we have made contact with all of those customers we will then be in a position to take new bookings. If you have already made a holiday enquiry, we will get to you as soon as we can but if not, please wait for the on line booking to become available. Please do not email as we will not be able to deal with your enquiry at this time. This page will be updated when the booking pages go live again. Thank you for your consideration in this matter. We are working as quickly as we can.
24 May 2020
Due to the government advice, we sadly remain closed until at least Friday 3rd July 2020. However, this date may be extended by government and we may have to have a phased opening.
Our customers with bookings for holidays that arrive before 4th July have been contacted and bookings amended.
If you have a booking with us arriving from 4th July onwards there is no need to do anything at present unless you wish to postpone your holiday. Skeleton staff are working from home but can be contacted by email email@example.com if you would prefer to move your booking. We realise that many of our customers will be “shielding” and may not feel comfortable coming on holiday this year, therefore we are happy to move bookings to 2021 if that suits you better.
We thank you for the support our customers have shown during this unprecedented time. We look forward to being able to re-open as soon as it is safe to do so. We are not currently taking new bookings for the rest of 2020 until we know for certain our opening date.
In the meantime, stay safe and we look forward to seeing you as soon as we can.
Tues 24 March 2020
We are now closed. Contact my email only as Staff working from home
Monday 23 March 2020
We have ceased taking bookings at the present time and are speaking to our customers due to arrive in the next few weeks. This is taking place in arrival date order, so please hold tight, we will get to you. These are unprecedented times and we all have a reponsibility to consider not just ourselves but the people in the local community, on our park and in the UK.
The government guidelines state that essential travel does not include visits to second homes, camp sites, caravan parks or similar, whether for isolation purposes or holidays. People should remain in their primary residence. Please do the right thing and stay safe at home.
Monday 16 March 2020
It’s understandable that you may have questions regarding the recent outbreak of COVID-19 and how it could affect your holiday. We want to reassure you that we are open for business as usual and the health and safety of our holidaymakers, holiday home owners and our team is our top priority.
The risk is currently low and we have a team constantly monitoring the situation and following the government guidelines. As things stand all holidays and services will be continuing as planned however, should any information change from official sources, affected customers will be contacted with a view to making alternative arrangements.
For holidays booked prior to today, we are offering you the option to amend your booking for a stay later this season, subject to availability. For guests wishing to cancel their booking, our regular conditions of booking cancellation policy still applies. The balance for all holidays is due 28 days prior to your arrival date and if this remains unpaid by the due date and you have not requested to amend your dates, then the booking will be deemed cancelled and deposit will be forfeited. If your arrival date is before 18th April 2020 we will have already made contact with you to discuss your options.
Please ensure you have travel insurance in place and check your policy to see what you are covered for. We would advise you to check the GOV.UK website for the most up-to-date information.
When visiting our park, please follow the government advice regarding preventing the spread of coronavirus by:
- Washing your hands regularly with soap and water for at least 30 seconds
- Use tissues when coughing or sneezing and dispose of them safely
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
- If you show any symptoms, please phone Reception and speak to a member of the team – 01308 897232.