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Durdle Door Holiday Park

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When you choose Durdle Door Holiday Park, you won't just be gaining a beautifully finished, luxury Holiday Home -you'll be gaining a personal piece of paradise! Invest in your leisure time, and find a ready-made, like minded community you'll fit right into.

The iconic stone arch and its shingle beach just a few hundred metres from your doorstep, and the intriguing Lulworth Cove a short walk along the South West Coast Path. This is unrivalled access to the Jurassic Coast that you won't find elsewhere. Durdle Door Holiday Park is fantastic for lovers of the Great Outdoors and geographers alike. What's more, both local beaches are dog friendly year-round.

Life at Durdle Door Holiday Park is different to many holiday parks. The owners and guests use the Park as their special retreat, both to relax and recharge and to enjoy the great outdoors. Step into the Park, and you’ll quickly get a sense for this special place.

The Park forms part of the Lulworth Estate, a family-owned private estate which has been owned and managed by the same family – The Welds – for nearly 400 years. The Park first opened in the 1930s, and has adapted and developed over time, but still retains the traditional, relaxed family feel which is set out to create all those years ago. Many of the owners have been on the site for generations!

Durdle Door Holiday Park Properties

Durdle Door Holiday Park
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Durdle Door Holiday Park can be found in the heart of Dorset nestled in the Purbecks on the dramatic UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast. Set on the family-owned Lulworth Estate and surrounded by glorious rolling countryside, Durdle Door Holiday Park is unique – and is the only holiday park with the iconic rock arch of Durdle Door, literally on its doorstep.

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Key Features

  • The Only Holiday Park at Durdle Door
  • A Family Friendly Park
  • Family Owned, Family Feel
  • A Dog Friendly Park
  • A Little Piece of Paradise on the Jurassic Coast