VISIT US

If you’re planning on visiting us at our Automotive Leisure showroom in sunny Bournemouth, here’s our top picks on where to stay, and what to do in the area! Why not make a weekend of it?

recommended Campsites

South Lytchett Manor

South Lytchett Manor

South Lytchett Manor Caravan and Camping Park is an award winning and family-run 5-star site. It’s the ideal base for exploring Dorset and the rugged Jurassic Coast, and you’ll have easy access to Poole, Bournemouth, Sandbanks and Brownsea Island.

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Rockley Park

Rockley Park Holiday Park combines lush greenery with a seaside getaway. You’ll have just as much fun on the park with outdoor pool, watersports sessions, spa treatments and more – all from the comfort of your own pod, caravan or luxury lodge.

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Wareham Forest Tourist Park

Wareham Forest Tourist Park

We wish you a very warm welcome to this 5 star graded park. Surrounded by the quiet and tranquility of 14 square miles of Wareham Forest, the 55 acre park ensures plenty of space whilst our top quality facilities assure you of a comfortable stay.

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recommended HOTELS

Holes Bay Premier Inn

Rooms range from singles to family rooms with 2 pull-out beds, where kids aged 15 and under eat and stay free with paying adults. In-room amenities feature free WiFi, pillow-top mattresses and en suite bathrooms with showers.

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Hilton Hotel

The Hilton is part of Bournemouth’s revival, moving the town from dated to vibrant. Inside, where you could share floors with rockers or the bar with Premier League footballers, you’ll find décor that leans towards minimalist.

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The Cumberland Hotel

Dashes of neon and an Art Deco edge ensure this Bournemouth clifftop hotel stands out from mundane coastal lodgings. It has a student city behind and miles of beach below, and it is home to an easygoing two-AA rosette restaurant. 

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recommended sightseeing

Old Harry Rocks

Standing tall at the southern end of Studland Bay is one of the most famous landmarks on the South Coast – Old Harry. They are part of the Jurassic Coast. The chalk formations are popularly know as Old Harry Rocks, but the name actually refers to the single stack of chalk standing furthest out to sea.

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Brownsea Island

Brownsea Island is dramatically located in Poole Harbour, with spectacular views across to the Purbeck Hills. Thriving habitats including woodland, heathland and a lagoon create a unique haven for wildlife, such as the rare red squirrel and a wide variety of birds, including dunlin, kingfishers, common and sandwich terns.

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Durdle Door

Dorset has always been famous for its Jurassic coastline and stunning dramatic rock formations – including the spectacular Durdle Dor (which takes the shape of an archway but which also looks like adragon leaning over to take a sip of water from the sea) will be sure to fire your imagination.

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