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Stonebarrow Manor
Stonebarrow Lane
Charmouth
Dorset

DT6 6RA | View map

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Stonebarrow Manor is ideally placed for day excursions into East Devon or east to the Georgian town of Bridport and “Hardy” country to Dorchester. There are several beaches nearby and many wonderful walks across the cliffs or local paths and nature reserves. Local leisure facilities include a covered heated pool, Golf, Sailing, Tennis, Deep Sea Fishing and Diving; Fly fishing, Coarse Fishing and Horse Riding across Golden Cap. Organised Fossil Hunts are regularly available. A little further a field are the unique Chesil Beach, Abbotsbury, with its Swannery and sub-tropical gardens, and the bustling resort of Weymouth.There is a wonderful Saturday street “Brocante” market in Bridport. Axminster, Dorchester and Honiton are excellent hunting grounds for antiques, old and rare books etc.

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