Caravan Hire Ideas in Dorset
With our Caravan Hire Centre being based just outside Salisbury in Wiltshire, access to Dorset and the wide variety of interesting destinations it offers is easy. For clients looking for touring caravan hire in Dorset we have pleasure in noting below some travel distances from ourselves for your journey planning.
Located on the Hampshire & Wiltshire border we are perfectly situated for exploring Dorset and the South of England. Our touring caravans give you a base to explore the stunning coast of Dorset and take in the beauty of the Jurassic Coast. Check out the map at the bottom of the page for our precise location or give us a call today on 01980 863 636 for details of our caravan hire services.
Journey Times from major Dorset locations:
From central Bournemouth - 38 miles & 60 minutes by car
From central Blandford Forum - 32 miles & 50 minutes by car
From central Christchurch - 35 miles & 55 minutes by car
From central Dorchester - 49 miles & 65 minutes by car
From central Shaftesbury - 30 miles & 50 minutes by car
From central Verwood - 27 miles & 50 minutes by car
From central Wimbourne - 35 miles & 60 minutes by car
Please note these distances and travel times are only for guidance and should not be relied upon
Journey times by rail from major Dorset train stations
Our two local train stations are the mainline Salisbury Station and the smaller Grateley station. We can offer motorhome hire clients free transfers from either station if arranged in advance.
Bournemouth to Salisbury - one change - from 76 minutes
Christchurch to Salisbury - one change - from 69 minutes
Dorchester to Salisbury - one change - from 120 minutes
Please note rail services may vary and travel times are only for guidance and should not be relied upon
Major tourist attractions in Dorset
If you would like some ideas of what to visit in Dorset, this brief list might get you started:
Monkey World - An internationally-acclaimed ape rescue centre
Tank Museum - Exhibitions and displays following the invention of the tank around 100 years ago
Why not visit www.visit-dorset.com for more ideas?