4 bed roomed home in Bridport, Dorset

4 bed roomed home in Bridport, Dorset

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Lovely large contemporary 4 bedroom home in Bridport set on a hill top with fine views across the fields and down to the sea at West Bay
We are currently looking for a swap in Edinburgh in August.

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More about us

  1. Alistair works in education and Catherine in social work

  2. We love gardening

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Where is it?

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Dorset is Thomas Hardy country, steeped in history, in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the gateway to the South West of England. This is a great location for walkers and there are many walks straight from the house into stunning countryside and on to the South West Coastal path.
Bridport is an attractive Georgian market town (Port Bredy in Hardys Wessex). Its also known as a thriving centre for the arts and culture and there are always festivals and other arts event happening here.
A wide range of amenities are found in Bridport, which is a bustling and vibrant market town with a history of rope making and which is now a gateway to the Jurassic, World Heritage coastline at nearby West Bay. It has a variety of independent shops, pubs and restaurants catering for a range of tastes and excellent arts and music events. Bridport is conveniently placed for Dorchester and Weymouth to the east and Axminster and Lyme Regis to the west. Walking, water sports and riding opportunities are plentiful in the area. Communication links are good with road links along the A35 and mainline stations at Maiden Newton, Dorchester, Axminster and Crewkerne.

Buzzy restaurants
Plenty
Cool bars
Yes including
Cozy cafés
Yes a must visit is the Soulshine cafe
Retail therapy
Lots of independent shops and a vibrant arts, antiques and vintage andf a loically famous street market twice weekly
Bit of culture
Three theatres which show films and hold live performances and nearby Dorchester for mainstream films
Walks in the park
Stunning walks along the world famous famous Jurassic coast and inland through the beautiful Marshwood vale
Spot of exercise
Local council owned Gym with excellent swimming pool within 2 minute walk, canoeing and swimming at the sea within 5 - 10 minute drive
Day tripping
Beautiful Lyme Regis and East Devon to the west, Weymouth and ancient Roman Dorchester to the east with Poole and Bournemouth just an hour away

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