We are not currently taking bookings for March - July 2020 as we are planning on carrying out some redevelopment work.
New for 2018, the Club is delighted to bring Bridport Bingham Grange to the network, located in an idyllic setting overlooking an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in West Dorset. Touring facilities are housed in an attractive honeystone barn at the centre of the site. Here you will find a reception, small shop and individual shower rooms. Touring and camping pitches are landscaped to preserve the natural ambience of the estate. Grange Garden's mature planting provides shelter and privacy and tent visitors will love Valley View field's stunning countryside views and amazing sunsets.
The site is located just 3 miles from Bridport and West Bay, the gateway to the Jurassic Coast. This historic market town has a vibrant mix of town, sea and country life, hosting festivals, carnivals and events throughout the year. West Bay offers stunning landscapes and breathtaking views from its dramatic coastline. It is the perfect base from which to explore west towards Charmouth and Lyme Regis, and east to Dorchester and Weymouth. You will certainly find plenty of things to do in Bridport with fishing trips, leisure centres, golf and cycling, and not forgetting the miles of wonderful walking routes that will allow you to take in the beautiful scenery. You just need to decide what to do first!
excellent dog walking facilities
individual shower and toilet rooms
Just a short car journey from the jurassic coast of Westbay.
Abbotsbury Swannery and Sub-Tropical Gardens, Chesil Beach, Lyme Regis, Weymouth, Charmouth and many other picturesque villages only a short journey away.
Based on 5 review(s)
01 Aug 2016
Found the site clean and friendly with a good shower block with showers that were actually spacious and hot. Our pitch was a good size with small trees to give a little privacy. We were however very disappointed with the restaurant facilities. It's advertised as a pet friendly site but to be able to use the on site restaurant you either have to leave your pet in your unit or eat in the area underneath the balcony which is dingy and exposed to dust and grit which falls down on you from the people walking above. The menu looked quite extensive and we didn't fancy a takeaway so it was quite disappointing.
West sussex 26 Jun 2011
This our second visit to this site and our expectations were greatly enhanced by the amount of work which has been carried out to improved all facilities to make our stay even more pleasurable.
Great site, great people, great restaurant, great time had by all.
Oxfordshire 11 Sep 2010
Everything on this site was superb. Beautifully kept site very clean and tidy. Staff were very helpful and welcoming nothing to much trouble.
The jewel in the crown is Buzzards the sites small Bar and Reastaurant. The food is excellent and much above the usual Burger & Chips you get on most sites. The West Bay Salad is wonderful and the Cod in Beer Batter is the best I have had. Dorset surprised me what a wonderful county.
yorkshire 30 Jul 2009
We have just spent a week here this is a very clean site with facilities to match, the toilet blocks are spacious with showers included, there is also a seperate bit which when you enter there is five seperate showers some of which include wc. there is a resturant and bar on site and although we didn't use it other people we spoke with all had good things to say.Having two dogs we are sometimes limited but i have to say the dog walk is impressive this includes a long walk down to a small river so they can have a paddle or there is a gate to the left where there is a huge field so you can let them off to have a good run around.If you head towards Dorchester on the A35 after about nine mile you will pass a Little Chef on your right shortley after there is a turn to the right signposted> Martinstown as you go through the village there is a pub called The Brewers Arms not only are dogs welcome but you can a really good meal here (we went back twice). There is loads to see down here with many markets in different days and if you are in Lyme Regis i can recommend the fresh fish shop down near the Lifeboat station. The campsite itself was not cheap as we paid for a fully serviced pitch/ two dogs /awning but i still think it was worth it. would we return YES after all you get what
Binghams Grange Caravan Park, Bridport, Dorset you pay for.
Notts 30 Mar 2008
Well, what a beautiful site! We stayed at Bingham's Farm for Easter 2007 and had a wonderful stay (helped by some unseasonably warm spring weather). On arrival the staff were very welcoming and friendly, and even assisted with placing our caravan on our hardstanding pitch! The pitches were spacious in in very good condition - it is clear that the owners take great pride in the appearance of their site.
The award-winning toilets lived up to their considerable reputation - being warm and spacious. Having a personal bathroom to yourself is a luxury most parks can only aspire to!
Our stay included walking visits to the coast, to the local Palmers and Badger Breweries, and to just chill out and relax for a week away from work - to say we were frazzled when we arrived would be a gross understatement, but we came away truly refreshed and feeling well looked-after. Highly recommended site.