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We know your dog is as much a part of your family as any other member (if not more…), so we’ve created this quiz so your dog can have a say in the holiday too. All you have to do is ask your dog to answer a few simple questions and we’ll recommend which one of our holiday parks is right for you.
We’ve got 6 UK holiday parks, with 2 new ones opening in 2017, in Suffolk and Berkshire. All of our parks have dog friendly accommodation options to make sure no one is left outside in the cold. Here’s a little bit about our parks and the fun things you can do there for you and your family…or just you and your dog.
At the tip of the country, near sandy beaches, great golf courses and fruitful fishing spots, reside our Dream Lodges in Cornwall. Cornwall has been a favourite destination for holiday makers for almost as long as we’ve been eating Cornish pasties. Cornwall lodge holidays mean you have the freedom to explore the wider area without feeling trapped in a resort. But at the same time you’ll know you can head home to the comfort of your luxury lodge when the day is done.
Head to one of many of Cornwall’s famous beaches, such as Widemouth Bay and Crackington Haven, which are both within 12miles of our Cornwall lodges. But, it’s not all surfs up and heading to the beach in Cornwall (even though we do recommend you give it a try) there are other, diverse attractions to be explored. We suggest you head to the world-famous Eden Project and spend the day in the warmth of the world’s largest indoor rainforest. Better yet, take a walk on the wild side by visiting the Monkey Sanctuary or the Newquay Zoo, and get up close and personal with the animal kingdom.
Lodge holidays in Cornwall are an exciting treat for the whole family, including the dog. Your dog can join you on trips to the beach and thank you by giving you a big, wet hug at the end of a day playing in the water.
New to Dream Lodge Holidays in August 2016 is Fornham Park in Suffolk. We’ve added this scenic, idyllic location, ironically once part of the Duke of Norfolk’s estate, to our list of impressive UK holiday parks. Suffolk holidays have been one of the UK’s best kept secrets and we want to let you in on all of the fun. Surrounded by a green and coastal landscape, your holidays in Suffolk will have plenty to do for you and your family (including the dog).
Nearby to our holiday lodges in Suffolk are many historic sites where you can brush up on your British history as well as perhaps learn something new. Visit Bury St. Edmunds to learn more about the Magna Carta; one of the most momentous events in British history. Alternatively, head to the Abbey Gardens where you will encounter a riot of colour with all of the flowers in full bloom. There is a children’s play area, aviary, maze, wildlife feeding area and much more; so take a picnic and make a day of it.
There are other upbeat activities within driving distance of a holiday lodges in Suffolk, including the Bury Bowl bowling alley, the Theatre Royal and Curvemotion (a roller rink!). Alternatively, take a road trip to the coast and immerse yourself in the chic coastal towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold – make sure to get some fish and chips!
Our lodges in Suffolk are surrounded by a large lake, breath-taking views and wide open spaces where you and your dog can take off and run free. For even more information, visit the Fornham Park information pages on our website.
Famous for its clotted cream and serene beaches, our lodges in Devon make for the perfect dog friendly holiday (you can bring the rest of the family too). Blossom Hill is the ideal UK retreat, escape the city and the speed of everyday life with the peace and tranquillity of our Devon lodges. Set on a private estate amidst the serenity of the East Devon countryside, there are plenty of activities nearby to keep you entertained all holiday. Try a bit of golfing, fishing or paddling in the sea, then finish it all off with an ice cream at one of the coastal villages reminiscent of a different time.
There are many more attractions nearby such as exploring the Bicton Botanical Gardens or even learning to fly at the Dunkeswell Aerodrome. For other top tips or inspiration for what to do, visit our luxury holiday park in Devon page.
When looking for holidays in Berkshire you should take a look at the different things to nearby to our soon-to-open holiday Park: The Sanctuary. For those looking for luxury lodges and a five star holiday experience, you have come to the right place. Nearby to full fishing lakes, sprawling golf greens and other exciting adventures you’ll not be stuck for things to do in Berkshire.
If you’re a foodie, you’ll be pleased to know that there are many excellent cuisines to be tried nearby, including at The Yew Tree Inn (you might even be able to take a doggy bag for your furry friend). Days out in Berkshire aren’t all food and drink; you can visit Highclere Castle, the real Downton Abbey. Walk in the steps of the Grantham family and learn more about the history of the area. Alternatively, time your holiday so you can a fun-filled day at the racecourse.
We have even more information about our Berkshire lodges on The Sanctuary pages of our website, to get you excited about this new opening!
Additionally to these four stunning locations, we also have holiday lodges in Essex, East Sussex, Cambridge and Norfolk. Each of these country parks offer something different and unique to their visitors, but take a look at our holiday lodge location information pages to find out more. The one thing they do have in common though is they all have some dog friendly accommodation, so no one gets left behind.
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