Chesil Vista Holiday Park in Weymouth

Welcome to Chesil Vista Holiday Park in Weymouth offering a choice of 10 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Chesil Vista Holiday Park including Chesil Vista Holiday Park photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Chesil Vista Holiday Park online securely. Chesil Vista Holiday Park is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Weymouth or Dorset.

Enjoying a fantastic location just minutes away from Chesil Beach and the centre of Weymouth, Chesil Vista is ideal for a wonderful family holiday. There is a heated indoor pool. For those of you looking for fun there is an action packed entertainment programme with new acts and children’s activities for the family whichinclude Pirate Parade and The Great Chesil Bake Off not to mention all the fun and games with Vic the Sea Monster. All accommodation is self catering but if you fancy a night off, Vista Diner serves all the family favourites. Chesil Vista is perfectly situated for exploring the surrounding area. Within easy reach is the Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park and Monkey World. Chesil Vista is also right on the Jurassic Coast. Indoor heated pool and bubble pool. Sauna/solarium. Gym. Clubroom and bar with nightly entertainment and outdoor terrace. Children’s entertainment with Vic the Sea Monster. Big Screen TV with Sky Sports and BT Sports. Vista Diner and takeaway. Wi-Fi access (in club area). Costa Coffee®. Indoor soft play area. Pool tables. Children’s outdoor play area. Sports Field including football pitch, outdoor gym, table tennis, basketball hoop. Amusements. Shop with off licence. Launderette. All other facilities available for all dates.

A superb choice of two bedroom apartments and two and three bedroom caravans, all well appointed and equipped. Parking is alongside your caravan or near your apartment.

  • Flat screen TV/DVD
  • Kitchen including microwave
  • Shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area (except Chesil View Apartment)
  • Heating throughout
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • Travel cots and highchairs £14pw each
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £40 per week or per short break each (max 2) (in Classic 8 (Pet), Deluxe 8 (Pet) and Superior 8 (Pet) only)
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Chesil Vista Holiday Park have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Sauna
  • Wifi Internet
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Gym / Fitness Room
  • Bar
  • Kid's Play Area
  • Golf Course
  • Beach Nearby
  • Family Entertainment
  • Café / Takeaway
  • Shop / Supermarket
  • Launderette
  • Fishing
  • Non Smoking

Accommodation at Chesil Vista Holiday Park

Classic 6 (Caravan)

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12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Additional WC. Fridge/freezer. Double glazed and centrally heated. No pets.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms

Classic 8 (Caravan)

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12ft-wide caravan with one double and two twin. Additional WC. Fridge/freezer. Double glazed and centrally heated.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms

Chesil View Apartments (Apartment)

Typical Chesil View Apartment | Chesil Vista Holiday Park, Weymouth

First floor apartment with one double and one with bunks. Open plan lounge/dining area and kitchen. Dishwasher. Shared balcony with fantastic views. Accessed by 20 steps. No pets.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

Classic 8 (Pet) (Caravan)

Classic 8 (Pet) | Chesil Vista Holiday Park, Weymouth

12ft-wide caravan with one double and two twin. Additional WC. Fridge/freezer. Double glazed and centrally heated. For those of you looking for fun there is an action packed entertainment programme with new acts and children’s activities for the family which include Pirate Parade and The Great Chesil Bake Off not to mention all the fun and games with Vic the Sea Monster.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms

Superior 8 (Pet) (Caravan)

Superior 8 (Pet) | Chesil Vista Holiday Park, Weymouth

12ft-wide superior caravan with one double and two twin. Additional WC. Open plan lounge/diner with kitchen area. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah with outdoor furniture.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms

Deluxe 8 (Pet) (Caravan)

Typical Deluxe 8 (Pet) | Deluxe 8 (Pet) - Chesil Vista Holiday Park, Weymouth

12ft-wide superior caravan with one double and two twin. Additional WC. Open plan lounge/diner with kitchen area. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah with outdoor furniture. Please note the layout may vary.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms

Classic WF (Caravan)

Classic WF | Chesil Vista Holiday Park, Weymouth

12ft-wide caravan. One large twin with sliding door and one twin. Wet room with grab rails. Low level sink. Double glazed. Ramp access suitable for parties including visitors with partial disabilities – please check when booking. No pets.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms

Superior 6 (Caravan)

Typical Superior 6

12ft-wide superior caravan with one double and one twin. Additional WC. Open plan living area. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah with outdoor furniture. No pets.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms

Superior 8 (Caravan)

Typical Superior 8

12ft-wide superior caravan with one double and two twin. Additional WC. Open plan lounge/diner with kitchen area. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah with outdoor furniture.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms

Deluxe 8 (Caravan)

Typical Deluxe 8

12ft-wide top of the range caravan with one double (some with en-suite shower) and two twin. Fully equipped kitchen with fridge/freezer (some with dishwasher). Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah with outdoor furniture. Early 2. 00pm check in. Please note the layout may vary as there are different styles of Deluxe caravans. No pets.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Lynne Faulkner on 31st August 2019

There's loads to do with children - swimming pool, soft play, outdoor playground and the amusements. Everywhere was spotlessly clean. The accommodation was very comfortable with everything that you could need for a self catering holiday.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Lizzie Clough on 9th May 2019

Just been for the May Day bank holiday weekend and it was lovely! It was quite quiet but that was what we wanted. We only stayed for kids entertainment and bingo but that was good and kids enjoyed it. Drinks quite expensive but not much more than pubs. Staff were really friendly and the park was nice and clean. We went swimming on the Saturday afternoon and had the pool to ourselves - bonus! Caravan was in very good condition and again nice and clean. Best caravan park we've been to yet (but no idea what their summer holiday prices are like!). Oh and the restaurant. We decided to eat there on the Sunday eve and we ordered the roast dinners. Wow, they were amazing! Much better than most pub roasts you can get. Really great. Top marks to the chef! Thanks Chesil Vista :)

Rated 5 out of 5 by Ian Spencer on 6th June 2019

Every year our holiday here just gets better.The new restaurant is fantastic, the entertainment team are brilliant and the standard and cleanliness is just perfect.We simply love this place and have been coming every year for 6 years.It really is the perfect holiday.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Jim Randle on 23rd April 2019

I'll be upfront, I'm a 10 year returning customer, but there's a reason for that and it's primarily due to the fantastic holiday we always have at this holiday park. They cater for everyone. We like a quieter holiday so they always put us in a part of the park away from the entertainment and the noise. My kids love it here. The swimming pool has a great slide and the water is always a nice temp. This year for the first time they have a proper restaurant. I'm always sceptical about new places but they claim it's all cooked fresh and so we took the plunge tonight. Wow. The food was genuinely incredible. As good as any top end pub grub. The burgers we simply mouthwatering and the onion rings, well they have to be seen to be believed. If you stay here, eat at the restaurant at least once, you will not be disappointed. We'll be back again next year!!

Rated 5 out of 5 by Danny Measures on 22nd September 2019

Perfect place for me and my daughter clean caravans and brilliant staff with a lovely pool will definitely come again

Things to do near Chesil Vista Holiday Park

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Chesil Beach, Portland - 2.1 Miles away

Chesil Beach is 18 miles long and is a shingle tombolo connecting Portland to Abbotsbury. It's great for families, and with such a long stretch to choose from, you can find your own area to enjoy.

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Durdle Door West Beach, West Lulworth - 10.2 Miles away

Why not visit one of Dorset's most famous landmarks and enjoy a day at the beach? Although a popular beach, it tends to be quieter than some of Dorset's other stretches of coastline. Enjoy a swim in the sea, or go for a stroll along the front.

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Hive Beach, Burton Bradstock - 13.6 Miles away

An expansive coarse sandy beach framed by rolling farmland and dramatic cliffs. The water is clean but there are strong currents and care should be taken when swimming. Don't let this put you off though, this really is a beautiful beach.

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Charmouth Beach, Lyme Regis - 22.6 Miles away

A truly beautiful two mile beach between Golden Cap and Black Venn. Explore the local rock pools and do a spot of fossil hunting.

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Branksome Chine Beach, Poole - 25.4 Miles away

A great beach for kids, that is safe to swim at and has loads of watersports on offer. Additionally, there is a lost children's patrol during peak times.

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Canford Cliffs Chine Beach, Poole - 25.4 Miles away

This is a popular local beach, which is one of the quieter beaches in Poole. With clean, safe water it is ideal for swimming and water activities. It has Blue Flag status and is recommended in the Good Beach Guide.

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Eype's Mouth Beach, Eype - 27.4 Miles away

This is a beautiful beach of gravel and sand, framed by impressive cliffs, which are the highest on the south coast and give a wonderful view over the beach and sea.

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Rural Dorset, Dorchester - 8.9 Miles away

A great route of about 30 miles between Dorchester and Lyme Regis. Dleve into the heart of the countryside and maybe divert off to see West Dorset's World Heritage coastline .

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Winterbourne's And Hardy's Monument, Dorchester - 8.9 Miles away

This route takes you towards the ancient hill fort of Maiden Castle. Your climb past Hardy's Monument will be rewarded with spectacular views over Weymouth Bay, Portland and Chesil Beach.

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Castleman Trailway, Dorchester - 8.9 Miles away

Part of the old Dorchester to Southhampton railway line closed in 1964 by Dr. Beeching. Pass through the beautiful areas of Avon Heath and Upton Country Park. It is a fairly gentle route over about 16 miles of stunning countryside.

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The Brit Valley Way, West Bay - 15.4 Miles away

Starting at the pretty harbour village of West Bay, this route follows the path of the meandering River Brit. The 11 mile walk north from West Bay to the Beaminster Downs takes in both stunning coastline and unspoilt countryside, and the walk's conclusion

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Wool Dorset Loop, Wool - 19 Miles away

A great circular route around the lovely Dorset countryside. On mainly tranquil, country lanes it is a fairly easy route.

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The South West Coast Path, Poole - 22.9 Miles away

Stretching over 630 miles, the full walk is not for the faint-hearted, although of course it couldn't be easier to undertake just a small section of it and still enjoy some of the finest views in the country.

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North Dorset Trailway, Stalbridge - 26.1 Miles away

Running along the old Somerset and Dorset Railway line, these disused tracks journey through pretty little villages found throughout the Blackmore vale.

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Wessex Ridgeway, Ashmore - 29.9 Miles away

Starting at Ashcombe on the Dorset/Wiltshire border, the Dorset section of this 63 mile route meanders across chalk downland and river valleys, and over ancient hill forts.

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Sienna, Dorchester - 9 Miles away

Michelin listed and awarded 3 AA rosettes, this restaurant artfully combines excellent food prepared with carefully sourced top quality ingredients, many of them from the local area, with a great wine list, good service and a relaxed atmosphere.

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6 North Square, Dorchester - 9.1 Miles away

This bistro and wine bar offers a wide range of dishes, with vegetarian options. There's a daily specials board and a fish bar with freshly caught fish.

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Hix Oyster and Fish House, Lyme Regis - 22.6 Miles away

Spectacular views of the Jurassic coastline greet you on arrival, thanks to the restaurant's floor to ceiling windows. All fish is freshly caught and cooked to order and you can observe chefs at work in the open plan kitchen downstairs.

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The Corner Restaurant, Swanage - 22.7 Miles away

If your taste runs to fine cuisine served in comfortable and friendly surroundings, the Corner Restaurant will surely whet your appetite. They have four seasonal menus and a daily specials board which includes freshly caught fish.

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Cauldron Bistro, Swanage - 22.8 Miles away

Whilst the restaurant's ambiance and cuisine are French in style, it seems the real draw is the quality and range of fresh fish on the menu. Lobster, Dover sole, scallops, crab and prawn are all likely to make an appearance.

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Da Vinci's Warehouse Brasserie, Poole - 23 Miles away

Da Vinci's sits on the waterfront with stunning views over the Poole Harbour. Main courses draw heavily on the best fresh ingredients and the fish is displayed daily on the fish counter.

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Mulberrys Bistro, Yeovil - 25.4 Miles away

Mulberrys specialises in grills and steaks, which have earned high praise from food critics. Their menu selection is based on fresh seasonal produce and they pride themselves in creating healthy balanced meals.

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Ring O'Bells, Bath - 25.6 Miles away

Established as an alehouse in 1837 and now a modern gastro pub/restaurant, The Ring O'Bells is a friendly place with home-from-home decor, a Franglais menu and eclectic wine list to accompany any meal or snack.

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Landmarc Restaurant Theatre, Bournemouth - 27.5 Miles away

Winner of the 'Best Evening Experience' at the Bournemouth Tourism Awards 2006, the Landmarc caters for all ages and tastes, regularly hosting evening entertainment on its purpose built stage, inside a converted Methodist church.

Location: Bournemouth

Coriander, Bournemouth - 27.6 Miles away

Coriander has built a reputation as a good place to party – its great vibrant atmosphere is ideal for celebrating birthdays. There are menus to suit everyone with many vegetarian dishes as well as plenty of traditional Mexican dishes.

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Ciao Restaurant , Bournemouth - 27.9 Miles away

Ciao caters for all party sizes, and offers diners a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere to enjoy one of their speciality dishes. Whether it's sea bass, steak, mussels, chicken, pasta or pizza, there's something for everyone.

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New Farm Restaurant, South Petherton - 28.2 Miles away

Modern British and international cuisine is given distinctive style at this award winning restaurant (Taste of the West Gold Award 2003). The menu changes monthly to take full advantage of seasonal ingredients.

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Bennett's Water Gardens, Weymouth - 2.3 Miles away

Explore the impressive 8 acres at Bennett's Water Gardens and see a superb water lily display, complete with a Monet style Japanese bridge. Use the paths to discover the wild plant life, exotic cacti, wetland plants and numerous species of wildlife.

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Abbotsbury Sub Tropical Gardens, Weymouth - 8.6 Miles away

Since the restoration of the garden after the great storm of 1900, many new and unusual plants have been introduced. Covering over 20 acres, the garden is now a mixture of formal and informal, with charming walled garden walks and spectacular woodland val

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Kingston Mauward Gardens, Dorchester - 9.6 Miles away

Kingston Maurward House was built between 1717 and 1720 for George Pitt. The series of garden rooms were originally designed by Sir Cecil and Lady Hanbury in 1914, after their purchase of the estate. The gardens themselves feature an array of items and plantlife including, yew hedges, water features and topiary.

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Athelhampton House and Gardens, Dorchester - 12.8 Miles away

Althelhampton is an exceptionally fine 15th century manor house, surrounded by one of the great architectural gardens of England. The walled gardens include the world famous topiary pyramids, and collections of tulips, roses, magnolias, clematis and lilies.

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Minterne House and Gardens, Dorchester - 17.3 Miles away

Enjoy the natural tranquillity of a beautiful traditional English garden with wild woodland where magnolias and rhododendrons thrive and see some lovely water plants. Noted for its spring and autumn colour, it's the setting of Great Hintock House in Thomas Hardy's 'The Woodlanders'.

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Mapperton Gardens, Dorset - 17.6 Miles away

This 1660s Jacobean manor features a fanciful Italianate garden on the upper level with grottoes, stone ornamental birds and animals. There are also 17th century fish ponds and a modern orangery to enjoy.

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Langmoor and Lister Gardens, Lyme Regis - 22.6 Miles away

The first phase of the gardens was laid out in 1913 on land purchased with a bequest from a reclusive fern collector. It's now a very colourful garden with stunning views of The Cobb and Lyme Bay.

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Lower Severalls, Somerset - 25.2 Miles away

Lower Severalls is a 2 acre garden surrounding a charming old farmhouse. The plantswoman's cottage garden has been developed over the past 25 years. The herb garden, mixed borders and island beds planted with hardy geraniums and salvias will delight the eye.

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Compton Acres, Poole - 25.4 Miles away

First laid out in 1929, Compton Acres is an exceptionally well preserved example of a classic late Victorian garden. There are several gardens to take a stroll around and enjoy, such as the Japanese Garden and the Italian Garden.

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Dean's Court, Wimbourne - 25.8 Miles away

Dean's Court garden is a peaceful haven near the centre of the busy market town of Wimbourne. The 13 acres of partly wild gardens surround an old house that was once the Deanery to the Minster.

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Knoll Gardens, Hampreston - 28.4 Miles away

Home to one of the country's most extensive collections of grasses, the four acre garden features specialist plants which are available to buy in the nursery. See if you can count the 6000 named plants, or just wander among the trees and shrubs.

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Tintinhull Garden, Yeovil - 28.8 Miles away

The small mansion at Tintinhull was originally an unassuming Somerset farmhouse dating from around 1600. Today, it is surrounded by formal gardens featuring small pools, immaculate lawns and herbaceous borders.

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Burrow Farm Gardens, Axminster - 29.9 Miles away

Created from farmland, and still being developed, this 6 acre garden is recommended by the 'Good Garden Guide'. Moisture loving plants and wild flowers adorn the woodland garden which is located in a Roman clay pit with ponds. Plants are for sale in the nursery.

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Dinosaur Museum, Dorchester - 9 Miles away

The Dinosaur Museum is Britain's only museum solely devoted to dinosaurs and their fascinating world. Fossils, skeletons and life size dinosaur reconstructions combine with audio-visuals to bring the dinosaurs to life.

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Monkey World, Dorset - 13.7 Miles away

Amidst the woodland of Dorset lie 65 acres of sanctuary for over 160 primates. Monkey World works in conjunction with foreign governments from all over the world to stop illegal smuggling of apes out of Africa and Asia.

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The Blue Pool, Wareham - 17.1 Miles away

The Blue Pool at Furzebrook was once a claypit which accounts for a rare phenomenon that has attracted visitors from across the world since it opened in 1935. Minuscule, light diffracting particles of clay retained in the water cause it to change colour.

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Farmer Palmers, Dorset - 19.7 Miles away

Once in the farm park Straw Mountain greets you with slides and tunnels. The undercover facilities in the play barn include pedal tractors, a bouncy castle and ball pits. You can also take part in the timetable of bottle feeding the baby lambs and goats.

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Putlake Adventure Farm, Swanage - 20.9 Miles away

With 30 acres of fun, Putlakeis home to many animals including barn owls, guinea pigs, ferrets, pigs, alpacas, ponies and a shire horse. Outside there are bouncy castles, trampolines, pedal tractors, and the opportunity to bottle feed lambs and goats.

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Gus Gorilla's Jungle Playground, Poole - 24.1 Miles away

Gus Gorilla's jungle playground has three exciting levels to explore: there's the spiral slide, a drop slide, tube slides, a ball pool, a ball cannon you can fire and a ball juggler to keep children entertained.

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Model Town at Wimbourne Minster, Dorset - 25.8 Miles away

Built well over 50 years ago, the superb 1/10th scale models continue to surprise and amaze visitors with their quality and realism. The historic market town of Wimbourne Minster has been recreated, exactly as it was during the 1950s.

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Oceanarium, Bournemouth - 27.7 Miles away

Explore the world and see the many underwater species from the Amazon, the Mediterranean, Africa, the Ganges and the Florida Keys. There's even an underwater dive cage which submerges visitors in a 270 degree continuous view of the ocean.

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Pecorama, Beer - 28.6 Miles away

Home to the award winning Beer Heights Light Railway and PECO Model Railway Exhibition, Pecorama also has five steam miniature locomotives pulling passenger carrying trains on a mile long route over bridges, through steep sided cuttings and even a long dark tunnel.

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The Cerne Abbas Giant, Cerne Abbas - 15.2 Miles away

High on the hill over the picturesque village of Cerne Abbas is the Cerne Giant, a 180ft high male figure believed to be an ancient symbol of spirituality, and also thought to represent the Roman god Hercules, who was often depicted naked with a club and animal fur. The earliest known reference to the giant is in the mid-1700s. However, certain schools believe its history is far older than realised.

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Jurassic Heritage Coast, Charmouth - 21.4 Miles away

The Dorset coastline has been awarded World Heritage Site status, and has won international acclaim. There have been many fossils found on this stretch of coast over hundreds of years, making it one of the most popular fossil sites in Europe.

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Swanage Museum and Heritage Centre, Swanage - 22.7 Miles away

Learn about the history and heritage of Little London by the Sea with a fascinating insight into how Swanage town and its people have evolved over the millennia. Enjoy the film, information panels and activities as well as some incredible views. (Limited disabled access)

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Stock Gaylard House, Sturminster Newton - 22.9 Miles away

An 80 acre deer park around a picturesque lake, 250 acres of oak woodland and 80 acres of common land form part of the estate surrounding Stock Gaylard House, an early Georgian house close to St Barnabas parish church.

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Brownsea Island Castle, Poole - 23 Miles away

Brownsea Island sits in Poole Harbour and is the largest of eight islands – a very natural site for Henry VIII to construct one of his coastal castles in the 1540s. Now in the care of the National Trust, Brownsea is an important habitat for red squirrels. It was also the location of the first Scout camp in 1907 led by Lord Baden-Powell.

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Sherbourne Castle, Sherbourne - 25.2 Miles away

With a rich and varied history, this castle is a must see for all ages. The original building was medieval hunting lodge, situated in the Deer Park belonging to Sherbourne Old Castle. However, Sir Walter Raleigh built his own property on the site in 1594. After his death it was purchased by Sir John Digby and has been in the family ever since. In addition to its early life, the castle played a pivotal role in both world wars, as a Red Cross hospital and as the headquarters for the commandos of the D-Day landings. (Wheelchair access to the ground floor only)

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Montacute TV, Radio and Toy Museum, Montacute - 27.3 Miles away

This family attraction takes a nostalgic trip through the world of radio and TV programmes, guaranteed to bring memories of your favourite shows flooding back. The museum also has many toys, games and annuals from yesteryear.

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Montacute House, Montacute - 27.3 Miles away

An exquisite late 16th century house, with fine Renaissance features, Montacute's treasures include magnificent state rooms, a long gallery featuring portraits from the National Portrait Gallery and an exhibition of 17th century samplers.

Location: Montacute

Lodmoor RSPB, Overcombe - 3.8 Miles away

Spend the day exploring this wonderful reserve and taking in the numerous species of birds and plant life. Keep an eye out for Cetti's warblers, bitterns and common terns.

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Radipole Lake RSPB, Weymouth - 8.6 Miles away

Commanding beautiful panoramic views, this wonderful reserve is located in the centre of Weymouth and provides easy to access paths around its grounds. Look out for otters, bitterns and Cetti's warblers.

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Arne RSPB, Wareham - 17.3 Miles away

A wonderful place of open heathland and old oak woodland – this habitat is rare in Britain today, but you can enjoy its vast expanse and discover some of the special wildlife which makes its home here.

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Lankham Bottom Butterfly Reserve, Chalmington - 20.3 Miles away

Visit this impressive collection of moths and butterflies spread over 46 hectares of West Dorset chalk downland. The views across the River Frome valley and the West Dorset coast are truly stunning and a the area itself is a lot of fun to explore.

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Alners Gorse Butterfly Reserve, Kings Stag - 21.5 Miles away

A mixture of woodland, scrub and wet grassland over 14 hectares. This wonderful reserve has had much restoration after a period of neglect. It is now a flourishing sanctuary for many species of wildlife.

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Durlston Country Park, Swanage - 22.7 Miles away

A wonderful country park, spanning 113 hectares with sea-cliffs, woodland, haymeadows and hedgerows. In this varied area live equally varied species of wildlife. There are recorded; 33 species of butterfly, 500 wildflowers, 500 moths and over 250 species of birds.

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Brownsea Island , Poole - 23 Miles away

A relaxing haven of an island with huge varieties of wildlife. Set in Poole harbour, Brownsea island has stunning views over Studland. This little island has played host to a Victorian pottery, an Edwardian country estate and played a decoy during World War Two. It was also the location of Baden Powell's first scout camp in 1907!

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Studland and Godlingston Heath, Studland - 23.1 Miles away

Located on the southern side of Poole Harbour, this nature reserve encompasses 5 kilometres of beaches and many wildlife habitats, including scrub, bogs, heathland and sand dunes. You can also discover all 6 varieties of British reptile here.

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Weymouth Golf Club, Weymouth - 2.1 Miles away

A beautiful parkland course with views over the Dorset coast and countryside. The course has been given a regional Silver Award by HSBC, and whilst it's almost 100 years old, continues to develop each year.

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Henley Hillbillies, Buckland Newton - 17.4 Miles away

A sport of great skill that favours those with a cool and collected attitude when things happen fast. They offer days for everyone, no matter what the level of experience, and all equipment is provided. In addition to the excellent clay pigeon shooting, ride quad bikes, fire crossbows and try archery in an exciting adventure of your choosing!

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San Gina Fishing, Swanage - 23 Miles away

An experienced, professional and safety conscious skipper and crew await your company for a sea fishing trip. Take a ride out on the Jurassic Coast and experience a day's deep sea fishing, bass angling, mackerel trips and wreck fishing.

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Axe Cliff Golf Club, Seaton - 26.8 Miles away

Founded in 1884, Axe Cliff Golf Club is not only one of the oldest courses in Devon but was designed by legendary golf course architect and five times open winner in the early 1900s, Scotland's James Braid.

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South Coast Kitesurfing, Bournemouth - 28.9 Miles away

South Coast Kitesurfing is the only dedicated kitesurfing school providing lessons in Poole Harbour. They can provide kitesurfing lessons tailored to your specific needs.

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Bournemouth Surf School, Bournemouth - 29.1 Miles away

This is the only Level 3 British Surfing Association Approved surf school on the South Coast of England. All coaches are BSA Professional Surf Instructors with many years of experience. There are lessons for everyone, from those with no surfing experience to the hard core surfers out there!

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Surfsteps, Bournemouth - 29.1 Miles away

The Bournemouth surf school offers lessons for everyone, from beginners to the experienced. You will be given tuition from an expert, and they even offer surfing trips.

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Mill House Cider Museum, Owermoigne - 9.2 Miles away

At Mill House Cider you can learn exactly how cider is made. Displays and equipment depict the importance of cider as a drink over the years, so why not sample some of the range in the shop.

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Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum, Tolpuddle - 13.6 Miles away

The Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum tells the harrowing tale of the Martyrs arrest, trial and punishment, which led to the foundation of modern day trade unionism.

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Bridport Arts Centre, Bridport - 16.1 Miles away

Based in the heart of West Dorset in the market town of Bridport, this historic venue has a 200 seat theatre and three exhibition spaces. It also runs life drawing classes, exhibitions, films, farmers' markets and live music.

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The Rex Cinema, Wareham - 17.3 Miles away

The Rex Cinema is 85 years old, and as well as showing all the latest and greatest movie blockbusters, they also show classic and art house films, and hold regular film festivals.

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Smugglers Hole, Lytchett Minster - 21.4 Miles away

Hands on learning has never been such fun! Captain John is a teacher of all things pirate based, he runs the Smuggler's Hole and tells stories, gives demonstrations in pyrotechnics on the battlefields and features in the stage shows.

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Lyme Regis Museum, Lyme Regis - 22.3 Miles away

The museum stands in the heart of the town, just where the beautiful coastlines of Dorset and Devon meet. Lyme Regis' local history is well represented by maritime and domestic objects and illustrated by paintings, prints and photos.

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The Mulberry Tree Gallery, Swanage - 22.7 Miles away

The gallery contains a large number of original pictures as well as collectible limited edition prints from the country's leading artists. It also stocks a collection of glassware, ceramics and jewellery.

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Orange Box, music venue, Yeovil - 25.5 Miles away

The Orange Box has been host to some of the best local, national and international acts on the touring circuit. Its 350 capacity makes it an intimate place to watch and get close to bands and artists.

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Seaton Tramway, Seaton - 27.1 Miles away

Ride the heritage railway along the Axe Valley between Seaton, Colyford and Colyton. The journey takes you through two nature reserves in which you can get some great views of the local wildlife.

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Seaton, Seaton - 27.1 Miles away

Situated at the mouth of the River Axe, Seaton is famous for it’s heritage from railway. Seaton Tramway’s fleet of gleaming lovingly restored heritage trams makes a nostalgic progress along a three mile narrow gauge electric tramway through the beautiful Axe Valley with stops at Colyford and Colyton. Seaton also have a Marshes Nature Reserve where you may see wildfowl and wading birds in winter and dragonflies and butterflies in summer. The town itself has a good mix of beach themed shops, galleries, bookshops, antiques, crafts and gifts. Also excellent for walkers, there are stunning views of the Jurassic Coast from the South West Coast Path of Seaton.

Location: Seaton

The Avenue Shopping Centre, Bournemouth - 27.5 Miles away

If you're looking for a relaxing shopping experience with all the top high street stores then The Avenue is for you – everything you could want all under one roof.

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Bournemouth Pier Theatre, Bournemouth - 27.7 Miles away

The original pier was built in 1861, and has had to be rebuilt several times due to weather damage and attacks by marine teredo worms. It now houses a theatre which hosts many music, comedy, magic and dance performances.

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Beer, Beer - 28.2 Miles away

Beer is a picturesque village with a fascinating past that includes smuggling and lace making. A colourful population of fishing boats, fresh fish for sale and mackerel fishing trips speak of Beer’s long fishing heritage. To neighbouring villages, residents of Beer, may sometimes be referred to as Spaniards. Tradition has it that a Spanish vessel was wrecked off the shore and that the crew settled in Beer which was thinly populated owing to the plague. Definitely somewhere to visit before you leave us!

Location: Beer

Chard and District Museum, Chard - 29.3 Miles away

Giving an insight into the life of the area over the centuries, the museum exhibitions contain several collections of national importance. there is even a display of 1960s costumes and accessories, including items by Christian Dior and Mary Quant.

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Bournemouth O2 Academy , Bournemouth - 29.4 Miles away

The Opera House opened in 1895, and has just completed a restoration project. One of Bournemouth's oldest entertainment venues, it features many different events including tribute acts, bands, club nights and magic shows.

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Branscombe, Branscombe - 30 Miles away

On your way back from Beer, curving along a spectacular valley to the sea, Branscombe is believed to be the longest village in the country. It is one of the most relaxing and picturesque villages in Devon, with it’s thatched cottages and colourful hanging baskets appearing on many Devon Picture postcards. The beach at Branscombe Mouth has plenty of parking, a thatched, licensed restaurant and an abundance of rock pools just waiting to be explored. Those keen on fishing can take a trip out on a boat to catch mackerel. We think it is truly beautiful here and worth a visit!

Location: Branscombe

Nearby Holiday Parks

Here is a selection of other holiday parks near Chesil Vista Holiday Park. Alternatively you may wish to view all our holiday parks in Dorset or holiday parks in Weymouth.

Sandford, Poole

Waterside Safari Lodges, Weymouth

Sandhills Holiday Park, Christchurch

Weymouth Seaview, Weymouth

Peckmoor Farm Lodges, Crewkerne