Larkfield Holiday Park, located on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, is exclusively for Holiday Home Owners only, with caravans and lodges for sale in Dorset.
- Luxury Lodges for sale from £195,000
- Caravan Holiday Homes from £29,995
- Pre-owned caravans for sale
- 5-10 minute walk from Hive Beach
- Located on the edge of Burton Bradstock village
- Countryside, rivers and footpaths to explore
- Great places to eat within walking distance
- Nearby farm shops, pubs and cafes
- Laundry room on park
- 3 miles to Bridport & West Bay
Park Address – Larkfield Holiday Park, Bredy Road, Burton Bradstock, Dorset, DT6 4ND
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Nestled in the foot of the Bride Valley just a 5-10 minute walk from both the 16th Century village of Burton Bradstock and Hive Beach on the Jurassic Coast, Larkfield Holiday Park is an exclusive holiday home owner’s only park. Part of the iconic Chesil Beach, the Jurassic Coast and located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the beach with its golden cliffs is a special place in Dorset, whether the sun is shining onto a calm sea, or the wind is whipping up white-capped waves.
The caravan and lodge holiday homes are all set within well-maintained grounds and it’s the peace and quiet that makes Larkfield such a popular location for couples and families to own a relaxing countryside retreat near the coast. The park has a small reception building, laundry room and the holiday home owners are welcome to to use the facilities at nearby Highlands End Holiday Park, including Martin’s Bar & Restaurant, Highlands End Leisure Club and more.
Opened in 2018, Jurassic Retreat is a luxury lodge development at Larkfield Holiday Park. There are 24 pitches, just a few hundred metres from the Jurassic Coast, with prices starting from £195,000. There are a number of showhome lodges available to view and purchase on the development, as well as a range of vacant pitches. Pick your favourite pitch, choose from a range of manufacturers (Prestige, Pathfinder, Omar and Tingdene) and customise your favourite lodge to suit your needs.
The lodges all come with an allocated brick-paved parking space, an electric charging point, a spacious decking and an outdoor storage box. The development is beautifully landscaped with a pond and other wildlife friendly zones and features. With a lodge holiday home at Jurassic Retreat, you could enjoy unlimited holidays in Dorset during a 10.5 month season and over a 35 year licence. The lodges are also dog friendly (max of 2).Visit the Jurassic Retreat website
Larkfield Holiday Park is located just a 5-10 minute walk from the village of Burton Bradstock, with its village pubs, convenience store, petrol station, library, post office / farm shop, church, bus stop for the ‘Jurassic Coaster‘ and village green. It is also just a 5-10 minute walk to Hive Beach (National Trust), with the award-winning Hive Beach Cafe right on the beach and the Seaside Boarding House with a restaurant and cocktail bar with a terrace on the clifftop. Burton Bradstock was described by the Telegraph as the ‘gateway to good food, scenic walks and unspoiled beaches.’
Further afield from Burton Bradstock, the fishing village of West Bay with its harbour, fish and chip kiosks and stretches of shingle beach, is just 2.3 miles from the park. 3 miles from the park is the historic and lively market town of Bridport with its net and rope making history, arts and antiques scene and eclectic mix of entertainment and events.
Venture along the Jurassic Coast Road from Burton Bradstock towards Weymouth and you will see spectacular views over Chesil Beach and the Jurassic Coast. The village of Abbotsbury awaits, with its art galleries, tearooms, family-friendly attractions such as the famous swannery, children’s farm and sub-tropical gardens, and St Catherine’s Chapel which perches high on a hilltop overlooking the Fleet Lagoon. The resort of Weymouth and the county town of Dorchester are both around a 30 minute drive from Larkfield Holiday Park, as is Lyme Regis (known as the ‘pearl of Dorset’), with its world-class fossil beaches, independant shops and striking Cobb harbour wall.