Posted by Linda Davidson
Owners of Propex caravan water heaters can find peaceful tranquillity in the Dorset countryside.
Dorset provided the back-drop for the recent film Tamara Drew and the movie's location manager Jonah Coombes told the Daily Mail that crew came away as "life-long fans" of the county.
"It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for everyone. I was really touched by the countryside there. The landscape is dramatic but the atmosphere is very pure, gentle and peaceful. I didn't want to leave," he told the newspaper.
Those considering a caravanning excursion to Dorset may be surprised to learn that there are no major attractions, motorways or big cities, but that only seems to enhance the county's charm.
Visitors to the area cannot miss the chance to see the Cerne Abbas Giant, a huge naked figure cut into the chalk hillside, the source said.
Visit-dorset.com added that the dramatic Dorset coastline, which represents 185 million years of earth history, was England's first natural World Heritage Site.