The Waterside Safari Lodges are part of the exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, a blissful haven of bespoke luxury accommodations that are nestled on the edge of the world-famous Jurassic coastline. The safari lodges are situated just a short distance away from the bustling resort of Weymouth with its iconic golden beach, making this the perfect location for couples or families alike who are looking for an unforgettable vacation retreat whatever time of year you choose to visit.
During your vacation stay you can back and soak up the peace and tranquillity of the retreat, with some safari lodges even boasting their very own outdoor hot tub, or for the more active vacationers take advantage of the numerous onsite leisure facilities on offer that includes indoor and outdoor pools, state of the art luxury spa, and gym along with plenty of other family activities just waiting to be enjoyed. Each of the safari lodged has been designed to be the ultimate under the star's experience and the last word in luxury. This vacation rental location is a paradise for anyone who loves the coast, with Dorset boasting attractions all year round, from world-famous fossil hunting to extreme sports along its historic cliffs, there’s so much to do during your stay. The Waterside Safari Lodges are located in Weymouth, Dorset.
Some of the amenities you can enjoy during your vacation stay include outdoor swimming, heated indoor pool, children's play area, sauna, and steam room, luxury spa, gym, outdoor gym, wifi access, children's entertainment, entertainment, bar and restaurant, and sports bar. Other amenities you can enjoy during your vacation stay include a sports bar, takeaway, soft play area, amusements, pool tables, volleyball court, all-weather sports pitch, outdoor adventure play area, shop with off-license and a launderette.
The Waterside Safari Lodges are a unique holiday in the perfect setting. Dorset has plenty of natural beauty to enjoy featuring places such as Pulpit Rock, Durdle Door, Golden Cap, Chesil Beach, and Lulworth Cove to name a few. The county also has 5 country parks with Brownsea Island in Poole Harbor being voted Britain’s favorite nature reserve in 2013 and the area around Wareham recognized as the most botanically rich in the United Kingdom. Dorset has beaches and harbors to include Weymouth Beach, Dorset with nearly 100 miles of coastline and award-winning, golden sandy beaches at Christchurch, Bournemouth Sandbanks, Swanage, Christchurch, and Weymouth. There is a variety of watersports to enjoy in the area to include paddle-boarding and kite surfing. What better way to enjoy your vacation than a swim at the beach.
Dorset has the Jurassic Coast, which is the only natural World Heritage Site in England. In this scenic location, you might hunt for fossils at Kimmeridge or Charmouth and see if you can discover a dinosaur. If you enjoy climbing the highest point along the south coast of England, you can head to Golden Cap which is owned by the National Trust. Over the centuries, the Dorset landscape has inspired writers, artists, and scientists to produce outstanding original work. A few of the writers inspired by this area include Jane Austen, Thomas Hardy, and Enid Blyton.
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