Well the wind is blowing a little here at Highlands End, the sea has gorgeous brilliant white caps on the waves and the Park is really busy, with our customers enjoying a more relaxed atmosphere now the children have returned to school.
Dorset has so much to offer for those who enjoy the autumnal walks in the countryside or along the coastal path, whether you have 2 or 4 legs, you will find a hearty welcome in Martins Bar each evening, which has competitive meal deals between now and the end of October.
The decision to extend the season for touring caravans until the end of November at Highlands End has been a success with a good number of bookings for the winter period.
If you are a fan of Historic Houses, the National Trust has a number of properties and gardens in the area which are well worth a visit. The early autumn shades of golden browns as the leaves turn colour and go crispy before they drop and the picturesque early evening sunsets act as a reminder to bring your camera and snap these gorgeous scenes.
The development of the front of Golden Cap has already commenced and three new holiday lodges will be delivered in early October. We will soon be running a competition for one lucky family to be our “official testers” and have a free holiday before the season starts.
In accordance with our policy to provide the highest quality accommodation at affordable prices; we have already added some new Hire Fleet Holiday Caravans for 2016 from Willerby, Swift, Victory and ABI for both Golden Cap and Highlands End, many of which will have Sea views.
We have a limited number of Seaview Plots for new caravan purchasers at Highlands and Golden Cap, if you were thinking of delaying your decision to purchase to the New Year you risk missing out on a unique opportunity.
If you have a Holiday Caravan anywhere on the parks, I would remind you to turn the water off at the stop cock before leaving in case we receive an early frost, to prevent unnecessary damage.
The Sales Team are busy preparing for the Beaulieu and Westpoint Shows and are busy dealing with an influx of Seasonal Touring customers who are looking to upgrade to their first Static Holiday Home.