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Highlands End Holiday Park

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Satnav Quick Search ID: S25000S

Bridport, Dorset, England, United Kingdom, DT6 6AL

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http://www.highlandsendholidaypark.co.uk/
01308 422139

Open from Feb to Nov

Camping & Touring is stunning at Highlands End. With incredible panoramic views over the Jurassic Coast and the Dorset countryside, it really is one of the best touring and camping parks in Dorset. The pitches are all set on the cliff top, with many pitches enjoying views east and west of the dramatic coastline. The views from the touring and camping areas are guaranteed to take your breath away. They are surrounded by acres of West Dorset coast and countryside, everything you could be looking for in an escape or walking holiday – dogs love it! Highlands End is one of the best campsites in Dorset.
£24 - £40
Dog £3.50!

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Review by: AdyP
Visit date: Apr 2019
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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Another good stay here, grass pitch this time with hook up. Clean amd well kept site and facilities, busy as it was easter but quiet at night. Great for coastal walks and beaches. Nice motorhome service point as well. You do pay extra though for swimming, golf etc. Staff great.
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Review by: AdyP
Visit date: Feb 2019
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Great site, very well maintained, fabulous location on the cliff top above West Bay and Eype. Facilities top notch, decent sized hard and gravel pitches. The better lower seaview pitches closed, go for these when they open for best views. Stayed during half term week, all pitches taken. Didnt use restaurant or pool but it looked good.
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Review by: NickGG
Visit date: Feb 2019
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We spent two nights here. It’s a lovely sight. Clean and quiet this time of year. When it’s fully open it maybe a bit busy with all the static caravans. It has a pool and pub/restaurant on site. It’s a 15 minute walk to West Bay, 20 minutes on the way back up the hill (Broadchurch fans may recognise it), which has a large beach. The south west coastal path runs right past the site. It’s very dog friendly with a large off lead exercise area and dogs are allowed in the bar and most of the restaurant. The hard pitches have water and electric.
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Review by: poin
Visit date: Oct 2018
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This is a beautifully kept, beautifully clean site with plentiful hot water which is very important to me! We had lunch in Martin's bar on our arrival which was the best fish and chips we'd had in a long time. We had absolutely no view except other vans and hedges due to the area we were directed to where we could choose our pitch. We chose the least sloping we could find which still needed levellers. The walks are lovely and scenic if a bit tricky at times if you're a bit unsteady on your legs (like me!!).
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Review by: mollybullterrier
Visit date: Jun 2018
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Great location with fabulous views to West Bay and along the coast. Staff very helpful and facilities are great and always clean. We had a choice of pitches to choose from and all seemed quite flat. The Bar/ restaurant was well stocked and offered a good choice. small shop for essentials and there is a leisure centre that you can use for a charge (£3.50). Great location as a base to explore neighbouring villages and towns, Bridport, Weymouth, Lyme Regis and of course West Bay all worth visit.
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Review by: jackieturner99
Visit date: Apr 2018
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Lovely holiday park with great facilities and fabulous views. We had a gravel pitch as the views were better, ours looked down to Eype. The site was level and there was an enclosed area to exercise the dogs and very near the coastal path. There was a bar and restaurant, childs play area, swimming pool, shop and golf course, although we didn’t use any of these as we only stayed one night. We will definitely be back as we love the sea views.
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Review by: loiney
Visit date: Oct 2017
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We stayed here for a last minute night away.
The check in procedure required a lot of details, address and full name for every member of the party. We were given free rain of any of the available grass pitches. We chose the one with the best view and that was closest to being flat. It was flat enough that chocks sorted us.
Our pitch was <3 minutes from the coast path and <15 minutes from Eype. Facilities were great. Site has own bar/cage, swimming pool and golf course!
We will be back soon!
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Review by: midona
Visit date: May 2017
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This is a lovely site with stunning views over the South Dorset coastline and easy access to West Bay (Broadchurch) and Bridport. We only had a short stay here, so did not use many of the facilities which include a pub, restaurant, coffee shop, gymnasium and swimming pool. Many of the pitches are on slight slopes, so levelling ramps are essential. The web-site says to call if your motorhome is longer that 7m. Ours is 7.5m and this was not a problem. We saw many motorhomes that were larger. Dog friendly (£2.50 extra), but beware the cliff! Maybe a little pricey.
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Review by: modaabbott
Visit date: May 2017
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The campsite has a shop, small coffee bar, bar, restaurant, swimming pool (pay extra), pitch and putt and two children's playgrounds as well as a large field for games. Great views. Bus to Lyme Regis from West Bay. Walks along coastal route both ways. Apart from inconsiderate campers being noisy coming back from bar after 11pm, cars being driven around late at night and noisy dogs we enjoyed a lovely 4 days with our grand daughter who loved crabbing in West Bay.
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Review by: ajeffe
Visit date: Feb 2017
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As a motor home with all onbaord facilities and only staying a few nights, we didn't feel the need to use the facilities but these were clean and plentiful for this time of year. Value for money. ..... at £25pn for a hard standing pitch which we only just fit on, we feel is very steep again for Feb and low season! ! Location is great for coastal walks and views are very good, but we don't feel we will be visiting here again. Gravel pitches are only £1 less per night. Pool is £3.50 for adults and £2 per child. Same for gym or combined access is £6 per adult per visit. No free Wifi despite the pitch fees. This is a corporate set up and would most probably suit families better for value for money? ? Or maybe those who don't live close to a coast? ? Departure time is 11am. £8 extra for late exit of 3p (£2ph!!!!) You'd think at this time of year this would be a lot more competitive in price. Hope this information helps people.
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Review by: gooner123
Visit date: Oct 2016
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We have been to Highlands end a few times. Stunning views and walks along the Jurassic coast. It can be a bit rough if the wind is strong as you are on top of a cliff. The walk down to West Bay one side or Eype on the other side is always challenging but worthwhile. Showers and toilets are always spotless. The bar and restaurant serve good food and is reasonably priced and you can take your dog into the bar which is nice. If you like a site which has all the facilities you cant go far wrong.
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