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Theodora´s luxury self-catering cottage on Dorset´s Jurassic Coast
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  • On the Map This luxury self-catering cottage sits within the village of Ryall near Burton Bradstock in Dorset on the south west coast of England
  • By Car Around three and a half hours drive from London
  • By Train Maiden Newton and Crewkerne stations are just a half hour drive away and provide train services to London in three hours 
  • By Air Bournemouth airport is one hour and a half away and Bristol is two hours away 

Please note the property location is approximate only, in order to protect the owners privacy.


Nestled within the heart of rural Dorset is the charming town of Bridport, a lively market town with a fascinating history, surrounded by patchwork countryside. Within easy reach of Dorset’s finest beaches and the iconic Jurassic Coast, Bridport is a popular destination for luxury family holidays in the South West.

An Introduction to Bridport The pretty market town of Bridport boasts a charming ambrosial setting, lying between Lyme Regis and Dorchester on Dorset’s iconic South Coast. Just over a mile inland, Bridport offers visitors looking to explore the surrounding area the very best of coast and country. The town itself flaunts a collection of historic 18th Century buildings with the town hall and its imposing clock tower defining the main street. With an intriguing history, Bridport has long been associated with the production of rope as the raw materials of flax and hemp were grown in the neighbouring fields. Visitors to Bridport will notice the wide streets previously used to dry the ropes after having been spun nearby. These days, the streets can be found brimming with farmers markets, independent shops and quaint boutiques.

Holidays in Bridport Bridport has long been a popular location for family holidays and romantic escapes beside the sea. Lying within the town’s boundary is West Bay, a small fishing harbour oozing coastal charm. With the English Channel lapping at its shores, this quaint seaside resort is popular for those lusting after sea air, picturesque views and exhilarating activities. Forming part of the Jurassic Coast, this 95 mile stretch of stunning coastline was England’s first World Heritage Site. Harbouring 185 million years of history, fossil hunters should head to nearby Chesil beach to unearth these rare relics. In addition to this unique treasure hunt, fishing and sandcastle building can also be enjoyed. For exhilarating activities, a RIB charter from Lyme Bay is great for those looking to indulge in some on the water sightseeing.


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Disclaimer: These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate, are set as a guideline only. They are intended to give a fair description, but should not be relied upon as being a statement of fact. The photographs appearing on this website show only certain parts and aspects of the property at the time when the photographs were taken and it should not be assumed that the property remains precisely as displayed in the photographs. If there are any points of particular importance that need clarifying before you confirm your booking please do not hesitate to ask.

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