South Lytchett Manor Caravanning and Camping Park is situated on land that once belonged to the historic South Lytchett Manor House, where three generations of the Lees family lived while Lords of the Manor at Lytchett Minster.
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Green and lush, the grounds offer an abundance of flowering plants, mature trees and local birds and wildlife, and make the perfect holiday backdrop for visitors about to experience the beauty of Dorset at first hand.
In 2007, the natural beauty of the park was at the forefront when new owners Joanne and David Bridgen invested in the development and extension of all site facilities, with every care taken to house new, modern amenities in oak-framed buildings complementing the site’s peaceful, countryside environment.
Today, a strong emphasis is placed on promoting a green and sustainable holiday environment. Ever mindful of environmental issues, South Lytchett Manor takes care to encourage birds and wildlife of all types, and to maintain plant and animal habitats. A recycling scheme is also run on the campsite to minimise its impact on the environment. This is backed up multiple South and South East in Bloom Awards and South Lytchett Manor was a finalist in the Green Initiative Award 2018.
Offering everything needed for a wide range of holidays including budget breaks, family caravanning and camping trips to motorhome tours, South Lytchett Manor is the ideal choice for camping holidays in Dorset and the South West.
The site is run as a family venture. Site Managers Paul and Allison, proprietors Joanne and David and son Matthew, and all the other members of the team work together to help make each and every holiday as special and enjoyable as possible.