Parkdean - West Bay Holiday Park
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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A weekend, 3 night break to take in 11 miles of the Jurassic Path and what a great way to start by arriving at West Bay and settling down into a clean, well presented 3 bed Caravan, practically brand new. A tidy little site nestling behind the harbour. Adequate facilities including pool, club house, restaurant and for the kids a small arcade. A nice setting ideally located for taking in the Dorset coast. West Bay is served by the X53 Jurassic Coast bus that travels from Exeter to Poole. With Lyme Regis, Weymouth and many a quaint village in between you won't want for much else to do.
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