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Tel code: 01308 | code search
Postcode: DT2 | code search
Population: 130
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West Bexington is a small village on the southern coast of Dorset, close to the west of Weymouth and the east of West Bay. The centre of the village is on a hill that leads down directly to Chesil Beach. It is a part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. The beach at West Bexington is a popular launching place for sea fishing. There is a Dorset Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve to the west of the car park, consisting of a shingle beach, wet meadow, reed bed and scrub. The reserve is an excellent spot for bird watchers. There are two popular walking routes, one at West Bexington; Swyre and Puncknowle which is 4.1 miles long and another at Limekiln Hill which is 3.3 miles. There is also a route which combines parts of the two to make a longer 6.2 mile walk. Visitors can stay at The Manor Hotel in West Bexington, situated 400m from the sea and overlooking Chesil Beach. The Manor Hotel is located not far from Bridport, Dorchester and Weymouth. The Manor Hotel was converted from a sixteenth century Manor House with Jacobean oak panelling and flagstone floors and has an excellent reputation for cuisine and service.

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Manor Hotel (The) (0.15 miles)

Manor Hotel (The)
The 'Country House Hotel by the Sea'. 16th century Manor House 500 yards from Chesil Beach with Jacobean oak panelling and flagstone floors. Set in rolling Dorset countryside and overlooking spectacular Chesil Beach and Lyme ... More
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The Old Lime Kiln (3.69 miles)

The Old Lime Kiln
At The Old Lime Kiln we offer quality bed and breakfast accommodation in the pretty, quiet village of Shipton Gorge, situated just 2 miles from the historic bustling market town of Bridport. The World Heritage ... More | visit website
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Haddon House Hotel (4.78 miles)

Haddon House Hotel

At Haddon House Hotel in West Bay, West Dorset, we offer comfortable hotel accommodation with en-suite bathrooms, good food in a wonderful environment.
With a friendly bar offers superiour hotel accommodation in Bridport. Haddon House is ... More | visit website

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Bridport Arms (4.81 miles)

Bridport Arms

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Bridport Arms is a Thatched Inn right on the beach at West Bay, an ideal base for walking, fishing and fossil hunting along the Jurassic coast line.Afterwards why not relax ... More

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The George (4.87 miles)

The George
The George is a family run friendly pub offering excellent dining and comfortable affordable accommodation in the heart of Dorsets famous Jurassic Coast. We have just been newly refurbished for 2011 in our ground floor ... More | visit website
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Bridge House Hotel (5.39 miles)

The BRIDGE HOUSE HOTEL is situated on the eastern edge of Bridport town centre, next to the River Asker and gardens which follow the river's course. It is a town house built in 1760 to ... More | visit website
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Marquis of Lorne Inn (5.48 miles)

Marquis of Lorne Inn

Family run by Julie, David and son since Januray 2001, this Award winning rural Country Inn has a great reputation for food. Nestling in the West Dorset hills in the yellowstone Hamlet of Nettlecombe and ... More | visit website

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The Bull Hotel (5.52 miles)

The Bull Hotel
At The Bull Hotel, an 1850s coaching inn in food-fabulous Dorset, Regency elegance is meted out with a modern eye for detail in a relaxed gastropub. Stripped wooden floors and well-chosen antiques partner bold-print papers ... More | visit website
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The Coach and Horses (5.61 miles)

The Coach and Horses

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The Coach & Horses, as it's name suggests, is a former coaching inn dating back to the early 1800's. In rolling countryside, it is perfect for exploring Dorset's beautiful Jurassic ... More

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Churchview Guest House (5.70 miles)

Churchview Guest House
Our 17th Century Guest House noted for comfort, warm friendly hospitality and delicious breakfasts, makes an ideal base for exploring beautiful West Dorset.

Our character bedrooms, many recently refurbished are well appointed and include television, clock ... More | visit website

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