• Where is the nearest Supermarket?

There is a Spar shop in the local village in the Highlands End Holiday Park where you can pick up all your essentials. Alternatively, there is a Morrisons superstore in Bridport only 5 minutes drive from the park which has a fuel station and cash machines. On the other hand, there is a Waitrose in the centre of town.

  • How far is the park from the beach?

The park is situated just a 5 to 10 minute walk from the beach. Access to the beach itself is via 2 flights of steps onto a shingle beach.

  • Is there a local Pub?

Yes, we have a local pub located in Lower Eype, The New Inn, just a two-minute walk from the park. Well-behaved dogs are welcome at the pub which serves good food and is open every day during the season (closed on Mondays during the off-season).

Alternatively, if you take a short walk to Seatown or West Bay there are plenty of other options.

  • Which days are market days in Bridport?

Bridport has a large outdoor street market on Saturdays and Wednesdays which has been active in the town centre since 1253. With crafts, antiques, bric-a-brac, clothes, household goods and lots of local produce on over 100 stalls there is something for everybody at this famous market.

  • Where is the nearest shop I can buy provisions?

There is a Spar shop in the local village in the Highlands End Holiday Park where you can pick up all your essentials.

  • Are there steps down to the beach?

Yes, there are 2 flights of steps leading down to Eype beach.

  • Can I park outside my property?

Yes, all the properties have allocated parking spaces within 10 metres of your property. If any extra space is required for a 2nd car for example please let us know at the time of booking as we are able to accommodate limited extra parking spaces.

  • Is the park fenced off and can my dogs run free in the park?

No, the park is open plan and surrounded by hedges that are not necessarily ‘dog-proof. You do however have secure enclosed gardens where you can relax with your furry friends.

  • Is the park accessible if I don’t have a car?

Golden Acre is in a rural area which by definition means it is not easily accessible without a car. It is possible to take a train to Dorchester, a bus to Bridport and then a taxi from Bridport to the park. However, this journey is only recommended if you are comfortable with traveling by public transport with your pet and are fully aware of the costs involved.

  • What do I need to bring with me?

As a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic we ask that you bring your own:

  • Towels
  • Tea towels
  • Torch as no street lights.
  • Any Pet items

Bedding is now provided.