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Betchworth House, Chideock, Dorset

Betchworth House
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Charming 17th Century Grade II Listed Guest House offering Bed and Breakfast accommodation with a selection of double, twin and family bedrooms, all with either en - suite facilities or separate private bathrooms. Situated in the picturesque village of Chideock in an outstanding area of West Dorset - part of the Jurassic Coast of Devon and Dorset which in 2001 was granted World Heritage Site Status.

The village can be found on the A35 between Bridport and Lyme Regis and the House is situated within one mile of the beach at Seatown. Ramlblers can enjoy excellent walks along the Dorset Coastal Path, take in breathtaking views from Golden Cap, at 618 feet the highest cliff on England's South Coast, or search for fossils along the National Trust Coastline.

The village has three pubs, all of which serve bar snacks and evening meals. There is a Tea Room and also a village store incorporating a Post Office.


Ratings/Awards: AA/RAC 4 Diamonds
RAC Warm Welcome and Sparkling Diamond Award
Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 3 + 2 private bathroom

Price per Person

Double: From 25
Twin: From 25
Single: 35
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome - Over 8 years
Special Diets Catered For -Prior notice required
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
Open All Year - Closed at Christmas
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms

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