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Why Own A Holiday Home in Dorset?
Mon 19 February 2018
With some of the most breath-taking views in the UK, with miles and miles of sandy beaches and mystical woodlands, Dorset makes an idyllic destination for you to own a holiday home.
Along with the vibrant towns of Bournemouth, Poole, Weymouth and Dorchester there are also smaller picturesque towns and villages to explore, bursting with places to shop, eat and drink, all only a short distance from Hoburne Park in Christchurch.
With the keys to your very own holiday home, you have the freedom to come and go as you please. No planning, no stress - your holiday home is waiting for you and your family to spend precious time together. Take pride in your holiday home, make wonderful memories and explore your favourite parts of Dorset.
Hoburne Park is conveniently located just a short distance from the awe-inspiring coastline of Avon Beach. Avon Beach is a perfect family-orientated beach, equipped with facilities such as a café, toilets, shops and various ice-cream vendors. The beach has grown significantly over the last 30 years and now boasts a small lagoon near the café.
With just an hour’s drive until you reach the historic Jurassic Coast, you are never far from a unique Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The area is recognised for its landscape and history and is home to some of the most iconic locations in the UK, including Chesil Beach, Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door, Old Harry Rocks and many more.
Dorset has nearly 100 miles of coastline with award-wining beaches at Bournemouth, Sandbanks, Christchurch, Swanage and Weymouth, so you’ll get to make the most out of all the beaches right on the doorstep of your holiday home.
When choosing where to buy your own holiday home you will be sure to consider many factors, but choosing the place with the best weather is a no- brainer!
Dorset is known for having the most sun in the UK and with 364 more hours of sunshine throughout the year in comparison to the UK average, why would you choose anywhere else?
WHAT TO DO
As well as having miles and miles of unspoilt countryside, Dorset is scattered with traditional towns and villages. Dorset is a walker’s paradise; the South West Coast Path runs the length of the county which offers a great walking trail.
There is a diverse range of things to do, with festivals and events running throughout the year and some of the best visitor attractions anywhere in the country. There’s something fun for everyone!
If you’re looking for something a little bit quieter, there are plenty of beautiful gardens, historic castles and galleries to visit. Keep an eye on our events page to discover more.
The New Forest is just a short drive away from our Dorset Holiday Park and boasts more than 200 square miles of unspoilt forest, heathland and coastline, just waiting to be discovered.
One of the lasting memories of your long breaks away is finding fantastic places to enjoy the incredible local food and drink.
Dorset is known for its quality of food and drink. With seafood in abundance and plenty of local produce, Dorset will not disappoint. With its mild climate and fertile soil, the county is also home to some of the finest local produce, a winning combination for fabulous food and drink.
Why not have a wander around one of the many farmers’ markets; enjoy the organic foods which are most likely to have been produced just a few miles from the market itself.
These are just a few reasons why so many people choose to buy their holiday home in Dorset. To view the range of holiday homes the Hoburne has for sale, click here.