The Lodge appears (on Google Earth) to overlook a large chalet park - am I correct?
There is a chalet park below right of Chesil beach Lodge, but much of it is not seen due to the lie of the land and Chesil beach Lodge is situated higher with expansive views out to sea and up and down the Jurassic coastline
we have not long returned. The 3 mobile homes that appear on some photos on edge of cliff are no longer there, instead there is a wooden chalet type thing. There are mobile homes lower down the cliff, but they can't be seen from lodge. I think the best rooms to choose for views are away from the lodges car park, and the wooden building, which are The Hive Room or Golden Cap on the end which is dual aspect
yes but it is well below the lodge and does not detract from the view, the coastal path runs along side and through the camp.
You can't see it other than just a few roofs. It's to the left and down the slope enough to not be noticeable.
As above it's to the left and does not obscure the view. The caravans used to be a bit tacky but it is going very upmarket now. Some of the static "caravans cost between £100 - 200K. They are owner occupied and over years of holidaying in this area I have rarely seen children there. No clubs, bars etc. Seems to be used mainly by elderly couples. Really not a problem and you can only see a few roofs anyway. To get to Chesil beach, you have to walk along the edge of this park for maybe three minutes but it's not an eyesore.
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