Please note Sandyholme Holiday Park is a 40 minute drive from West Bay / Broadchurch
Holidays in Broadchurch
The third and final series of Broadchurch has returned to ITV and it is great to see the local area on TV again. We have 3 Holiday Parks within 3 miles of West Bay (Broadchurch) with Lodges, Caravans, Apartments, Bungalows, Safari Tents, Camping Pods and Bell Tents for hire, as well as Pitches for Touring Caravans, Motorhomes and Camping. We also have Caravans and Lodges for Sale. All of the 3 parks are within walking distance of West Bay along the South West Coast Path, which runs over the iconic golden cliffs that were so important in the show.
If you have been amazed by the beautiful scenery in Broadchurch, why not come and visit West Bay and the West Dorset area by staying on one of our Holiday Parks
Highlands End Holiday Park
Highlands End Holiday Park is spectacularly located on the clifftop overlooking West Bay (Broadchurch). The Lodges and some of the Touring Caravan / Motorhome Pitches on the Park have views out over Broadchurch while some of the other Caravans, Touring Caravans / Motorhome / Camping Pitches overlook the ‘Broadchurch Hut’ and Eype Beach. The South West Coast Path runs right past the park and it is a 10 minute walk down in to West Bay (Broadchurch). There is a Leisure Club, Bar & Restaurant and Coffee Shop all on the Park, plus a Pitch and Putt Course that overlooks West Bay.
Golden Cap Holiday Park
Golden Cap Holiday Park is located 3 miles west from West Bay (Broadchurch) and is just a 150 yard walk from Seatown Beach and the South West Coast Path. There are seaview Lodges for hire as well as Caravans, Safari Tents and Bell Tents plus Pitches for Touring, Camping and Motorhomes. Walk in either direction east or west and you will have spectacular clifftop views over 99 miles of Jurassic Coastline, including West Bay (Broadchurch).
Graston Copse Holiday Park
Graston Copse Holiday Park is located 3 miles east from West Bay (Broadchurch) near the village of Burton Bradstock. This quiet park is situated in the peaceful Bride Valley next to the river and is a great place to get close to nature. There is a woodland and riverside walk and the village is a 15 minute walk away with its pubs and farm shop and Burton Bradstock beach with its golden cliffs, shown in Broadchurch, a further 15 minute walk. Bridport and West Bay (Broadchurch) are a 3 mile drive away.
Holiday Homes for Sale
If you would like to make regular visits to this beautiful area then why not take a look at the Holiday Homes we have for sale. View our current Sales List online or if you are visiting the area pop up to our Sales Office at Highlands End Holiday Park (DT6 6AR) and see the stunning views over Broadchurch for yourself. As well as having Caravan Holiday Homes for Sale at Highlands End Holiday Park and Golden Cap Holiday Park, we have a new 2017 development of 24 bespoke luxury Lodges at Larkfield Holiday Park known as ‘Jurassic Retreat.’ The development is just 500 metres from the beach in the idyllic village of Burton Bradstock and is a 5 minute drive from West Bay/Broadchurch.
If you would like to make an enquiry please contact the Sales Team on 01308 426917 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
View the video below which shows an amazing ‘fog waterfall’ over the golden cliffs of West Bay taken in October 2016.
View the video below which shows a timelapse of the filming of the final scene of Broadchurch Series 2 from the Cowshed Coffee Shop at Highlands End Holiday Park.
Take a look at our fantastic virtual tour of Highlands End Holiday Park, which shows the incredible view over West Bay/Broadchurch from our Holiday Lodges.
At Highlands End Holiday Park we have two ‘live’ ‘Broadchurch webcams showing the view over Broadchurch from our Lodges and Pitch and Putt course and another looking over the hut at Eype Beach, which was the crime scene in the first series.
View images of the accommodation and views from Highlands End Holiday Park as well as some photographs from around West Bay (Broadchurch). Images supplied by James Loveridge Photography