January is nearing an end and it is the time our thoughts turn to holidays.
Decisions to be made
1. Should we go abroad or enjoy a staycation here in Britain?
A staycation has a lot going for it :-
No queuing at airports or travelling to and from them, this can use up precious days of your holiday (not to mention flight delays).
Britain has so many things to offer whether you prefer city breaks, countryside walks or a beach holiday.
2. Do we stay in a hotel or go self catering and if we choose self catering cottage or static caravan?
A static caravan is a great economic way of holidaying and gives you the freedom to come and go as you please.
Static caravans now often called holiday homes have come on a long way in the last few years.
Many have en suites, central heating and double glazing. They have fully fitted kitchens often with fridge freezers and microwaves. You can choose to suit your budget.
You can either choose a large all dancing, all singing holiday park where there is plenty of entertainment or maybe a smaller more peaceful park where you can relax .
Here at Gorselands you can certainly relax and enjoy the stunning views on offer, not only of the famous Jurassic coast but also of the beautiful Dorset countryside.
The park is just a few minutes from West Bexington Beach, very popular with fisherman or just a few miles West along the coast you can go fossil hunting in Charmouth or East visit the sandy beach of Weymouth.
Gorselands is surrounded by beautiful countryside with many walks either inland or coastal.
The park is also a good location to for you to visit stately homes, gardens or other historical landmarks. Abbotsbury Swannery and Tropical gardens are just 3 miles away.
Also no matter whether you wish to cook for yourselves or eat out Dorset has a wealth of locally sourced food and even its own vineyard producing lovely sparkling wine.
The only thing we cannot guarantee is the weather however rain or shine there is plenty to do here in West Dorset so go ahead and book your Dorset caravan holiday at Gorselands now.