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Cheryl’s guidebook

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Cheryl’s guidebook

My Favourite Restaurants
These are some of my favourite restaurants to eat, both in Weymouth and the surrounding areas. The standard at all the establishments is high and I have had some amazing times there. I hope you will too if you decide to try any of them!! It would be very advisable to pre-book all of these as they all get very busy and booked up to avoid your disappointment.
Superb if you love fresh local fish and seafood but also provide great meat and poultry dishes too
Crustacean
59 St Mary St
Superb if you love fresh local fish and seafood but also provide great meat and poultry dishes too
The food here is also to a very high standard - always a good idea to book in advance as quite a small restaurant but you should not be disappointed by the food
Hall's Kitchen
46 St Mary St
The food here is also to a very high standard - always a good idea to book in advance as quite a small restaurant but you should not be disappointed by the food
This is an amazing restaurant with amazing beach/sea views and a lovely atmosphere, again if you love fish and seafood in stunning setting this is the place to come to
The Club House
This is an amazing restaurant with amazing beach/sea views and a lovely atmosphere, again if you love fish and seafood in stunning setting this is the place to come to
This is another superb restaurant with a stunning cliff top outlook and beautiful sea views. If you want to spoil yourself then book here. Billy Bragg owns the house next door too!!!!
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The Seaside Boarding House
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This is another superb restaurant with a stunning cliff top outlook and beautiful sea views. If you want to spoil yourself then book here. Billy Bragg owns the house next door too!!!!
These are the best Fish & Chips in the whole of Weymouth. You can either sit on the harbourside with your takeaway or eat in the restaurant provided, either way you are sure to be more than happy with your choice
Marlboro
46 St Thomas St
These are the best Fish & Chips in the whole of Weymouth. You can either sit on the harbourside with your takeaway or eat in the restaurant provided, either way you are sure to be more than happy with your choice
If you like Italian food, then look no further! The Restaurant is owned by a charming Italian man and they have a wide range of very authentic Italian food. You are certain to find something which is belissimo!! This is regular eatery for us and just mention we have recommended you!! ;-)
Enzo Ristorante & Pizzeria
110 The Esplanade
If you like Italian food, then look no further! The Restaurant is owned by a charming Italian man and they have a wide range of very authentic Italian food. You are certain to find something which is belissimo!! This is regular eatery for us and just mention we have recommended you!! ;-)
This has to be my all time favourite!! The Station Kitchen is situated in a converted railway carriage at the platform of the old West Bay Station, they have the loveliest staff there and after a drink in the former waiting room, you are shown to your table within the converted carriage. You should google it to appreciate the quirky and fabulous features this truly is a one off place and I have NEVER had a bad meal there, it is excellent specialising in using locally sourced, seasonal produce. It really is a delight!
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The Station Kitchen
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This has to be my all time favourite!! The Station Kitchen is situated in a converted railway carriage at the platform of the old West Bay Station, they have the loveliest staff there and after a drink in the former waiting room, you are shown to your table within the converted carriage. You should google it to appreciate the quirky and fabulous features this truly is a one off place and I have NEVER had a bad meal there, it is excellent specialising in using locally sourced, seasonal produce. It really is a delight!
The Hive Beach Café is located right on the beach at Burton Bradstock on the Jurassic Coast. With far reaching views across Lyme Bay and Chesil Beach. It's the perfect location to enjoy fresh, local seafood, homemade cakes or just a simple cup of tea. They use locally sourced, sustainable ingredients and support local suppliers wherever possible. When available they serve fish straight from the very shoreline you’ll be eating on. As a result, their comprehensive menu slowly evolves through the seasons. ​ Now in it's 27th year of trading, the cafe has become a popular and well established eatery favoured by locals and holiday makers alike. With our sister cafe 'The Watch House Cafe' in West Bay in it's 8th year and our most recently opened restaurant 'The Club House' along the coast in West Bexington, the Hive brand has spread along the rugged West Dorset coastline over the years, always offering quality seafood infused menus in some of the finest locations.
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Hive Beach Cafe
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The Hive Beach Café is located right on the beach at Burton Bradstock on the Jurassic Coast. With far reaching views across Lyme Bay and Chesil Beach. It's the perfect location to enjoy fresh, local seafood, homemade cakes or just a simple cup of tea. They use locally sourced, sustainable ingredients and support local suppliers wherever possible. When available they serve fish straight from the very shoreline you’ll be eating on. As a result, their comprehensive menu slowly evolves through the seasons. ​ Now in it's 27th year of trading, the cafe has become a popular and well established eatery favoured by locals and holiday makers alike. With our sister cafe 'The Watch House Cafe' in West Bay in it's 8th year and our most recently opened restaurant 'The Club House' along the coast in West Bexington, the Hive brand has spread along the rugged West Dorset coastline over the years, always offering quality seafood infused menus in some of the finest locations.
Meet the Hive's sister Café, just yards from the sea. The café offers extensive outdoor seating areas with stunning views along the dramatic coastline. Famed for ITV's Broadchurch, West Bay is a classic harbour town featuring stunning golden cliffs. A great spot to see the Jurassic Coast in all its glory.
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Watch House Cafe
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Meet the Hive's sister Café, just yards from the sea. The café offers extensive outdoor seating areas with stunning views along the dramatic coastline. Famed for ITV's Broadchurch, West Bay is a classic harbour town featuring stunning golden cliffs. A great spot to see the Jurassic Coast in all its glory.
Any time of day or night this really is a treat especially if you have a walk along Bowleaze Coveway or along the seafront.
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Cafe Oasis
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Any time of day or night this really is a treat especially if you have a walk along Bowleaze Coveway or along the seafront.
This is a hidden gem if you like fresh seafood cooked well!! Lovely outlook and very relaxed vibe - One of Weymouth's great fish restaurants!!
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Crab House Café
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This is a hidden gem if you like fresh seafood cooked well!! Lovely outlook and very relaxed vibe - One of Weymouth's great fish restaurants!!
This is the local pub which is less than a 5 minute walk from the accommodation. It has just been fully refurbished to a very high standard and offers a great atmosphere, good food and high quality local beers well worth a walk to for a relaxed day/night out
The John Gregory
117 Radipole Ln
This is the local pub which is less than a 5 minute walk from the accommodation. It has just been fully refurbished to a very high standard and offers a great atmosphere, good food and high quality local beers well worth a walk to for a relaxed day/night out
This is a newly opened restaurant to Weymouth Seafront. I have now tried their varying menu on several occasions and I have not been disappointed with the quality of food (mainly fish) the attention from the staff and the general atmosphere and setting of the restaurant. Defiantly one to try.
Rockfish Weymouth
48-49 The Esplanade
This is a newly opened restaurant to Weymouth Seafront. I have now tried their varying menu on several occasions and I have not been disappointed with the quality of food (mainly fish) the attention from the staff and the general atmosphere and setting of the restaurant. Defiantly one to try.
The Club House
Places to visit
I have tried to compile just some of the best places to visit while you are staying in this location. I certainly have not included everything but I hope this helps you to see what we have to offer and assists you to enjoy your stay
A must for all interested in marine life, often offering offers for entry
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SEA LIFE Centre Weymouth
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A must for all interested in marine life, often offering offers for entry
Nestled in the centre of Weymouth, the reedbeds of Radipole Lake are an unlikely urban home to some stunning wildlife, including fabulous birds like bearded tits and kingfishers, and elusive creatures such as otters and water voles. Start your journey at the family-friendly Discovery Centre and have a go at pond dipping. Read more at https://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/radipole-lake/#7SfMqm5Sdue9JT7c.99
RSPB Radipole Lake
Nestled in the centre of Weymouth, the reedbeds of Radipole Lake are an unlikely urban home to some stunning wildlife, including fabulous birds like bearded tits and kingfishers, and elusive creatures such as otters and water voles. Start your journey at the family-friendly Discovery Centre and have a go at pond dipping. Read more at https://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/radipole-lake/#7SfMqm5Sdue9JT7c.99
You cannot come to Weymouth without having a walk along the Esplanade and a paddle on our beautiful beach! Weymouth Beach is a gently curving arc of sand in Weymouth Bay, beside the town of Weymouth in Dorset, England. Immediately adjacent to the beach is The Esplanade. The beach is a popular destination for sea bathing, and was frequented by King George III during times of illness. The king named Weymouth his 'first resort' and made bathing fashionable there. George III was advised to take the waters after his first bout of porphyria.
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Weymouth Beach
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You cannot come to Weymouth without having a walk along the Esplanade and a paddle on our beautiful beach! Weymouth Beach is a gently curving arc of sand in Weymouth Bay, beside the town of Weymouth in Dorset, England. Immediately adjacent to the beach is The Esplanade. The beach is a popular destination for sea bathing, and was frequented by King George III during times of illness. The king named Weymouth his 'first resort' and made bathing fashionable there. George III was advised to take the waters after his first bout of porphyria.
Also another tourist attraction. Sandsfoot Castle, also known historically as Weymouth Castle, is an artillery fort constructed by Henry VIII near Weymouth, Dorset. It formed part of the King's Device programme to protect against invasion from France and the Holy Roman Empire, and defended the Weymouth Bay anchorage. The stone castle had an octagonal gun platform, linked to a residential blockhouse, and was completed by 1542 at a cost of £3,887. Earthwork defences were built around the landward side of the castle, probably in 1623. Sandsfoot saw service during the English Civil War, when it was held by Parliament and Royalists in turn during the conflict. It survived the interregnum but, following Charles II's restoration to the throne, the fortress was withdrawn from military use in 1665
Sandsfoot Castle
Also another tourist attraction. Sandsfoot Castle, also known historically as Weymouth Castle, is an artillery fort constructed by Henry VIII near Weymouth, Dorset. It formed part of the King's Device programme to protect against invasion from France and the Holy Roman Empire, and defended the Weymouth Bay anchorage. The stone castle had an octagonal gun platform, linked to a residential blockhouse, and was completed by 1542 at a cost of £3,887. Earthwork defences were built around the landward side of the castle, probably in 1623. Sandsfoot saw service during the English Civil War, when it was held by Parliament and Royalists in turn during the conflict. It survived the interregnum but, following Charles II's restoration to the throne, the fortress was withdrawn from military use in 1665
Nothe Fort is a fort in Weymouth, Dorset, England, situated at the end of the Nothe Peninsula, which juts eastwards from the town of Weymouth, and Weymouth Harbour, into the sea to the north of the ex-military Portland Harbour. The fort is located next to Nothe Gardens. Nothe Gardens is a public garden, located in Weymouth, Dorset, England. Positioned on the Nothe Peninsula overlooking both Weymouth and Portland harbours, the informal gardens are often acclaimed to be the most beautiful the borough has to offer
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Nothe Fort Weymouth
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Nothe Fort is a fort in Weymouth, Dorset, England, situated at the end of the Nothe Peninsula, which juts eastwards from the town of Weymouth, and Weymouth Harbour, into the sea to the north of the ex-military Portland Harbour. The fort is located next to Nothe Gardens. Nothe Gardens is a public garden, located in Weymouth, Dorset, England. Positioned on the Nothe Peninsula overlooking both Weymouth and Portland harbours, the informal gardens are often acclaimed to be the most beautiful the borough has to offer
Portland Bill is a narrow promontory at the southern end of the Isle of Portland, and the southernmost point of Dorset, England. One of Portland's most popular destinations is Portland Bill Lighthouse. Portland's coast has been notorious for the number of shipwrecked vessels over the centuries. The dangerous coastline features shallow reefs and the Shambles sandbank, made more hazardous due to the strong Portland tidal race
Portland Bill
92 Easton St
Portland Bill is a narrow promontory at the southern end of the Isle of Portland, and the southernmost point of Dorset, England. One of Portland's most popular destinations is Portland Bill Lighthouse. Portland's coast has been notorious for the number of shipwrecked vessels over the centuries. The dangerous coastline features shallow reefs and the Shambles sandbank, made more hazardous due to the strong Portland tidal race
The Tank Museum is a collection of armoured fighting vehicles at Bovington Camp in Dorset, South West England. It is about 1 mile north of the village of Wool and 12 miles west of the major port of Poole. The collection traces the history of the tank. With almost 300 vehicles on exhibition from 26 countries it is the largest collection of tanks and the third largest collection of armoured vehicles in the world. It includes Tiger 131, the only working example of a German Tiger I tank, and a British First World War Mark I, the world's oldest surviving combat tank. It is the museum of the Royal Tank Regiment and the Royal Armoured Corps and is a registered charity.
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The Tank Museum
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The Tank Museum is a collection of armoured fighting vehicles at Bovington Camp in Dorset, South West England. It is about 1 mile north of the village of Wool and 12 miles west of the major port of Poole. The collection traces the history of the tank. With almost 300 vehicles on exhibition from 26 countries it is the largest collection of tanks and the third largest collection of armoured vehicles in the world. It includes Tiger 131, the only working example of a German Tiger I tank, and a British First World War Mark I, the world's oldest surviving combat tank. It is the museum of the Royal Tank Regiment and the Royal Armoured Corps and is a registered charity.
About Monkey Life Monkey Life was created in 2006 and has continuously documented the work of Dr. Alison Cronin, MBE and her team at Monkey World; Ape Rescue Centre. Totalling 174 episodes over 9 series the programmes have been aired in over 140 countries. Monkey Life series' 1 - 4 and 8 - 9 are available on Pick and series' 5 - 7 air on Animal Planet in the UK. Monkey Life series 10 is currently in production and should air at the end of 2017. Filmed at Monkey World in Dorset, Monkey Life follows the rescue and rehabilitation of abused and neglected primates. Many have mental as well as physical problems so the Primate Care Staff treat their individual needs until they can be reintegrated with primates of their own kind. The 21 species of primates at the park range from apes such as chimpanzees, who were taken from the wild as babies and used as photographers props on Spanish beaches to monkeys such as marmosets, many of which were rescued from the UK pet trade. The aim is to give them as natural environment as possible so that they have a secure and peaceful place to live. These fascinating creatures have individual characters and the series follows them in their daily life. From power struggles in the chimpanzee troops to introducing baby orang-utans to the rest of the nursery group every day is a rollercoaster ride as the stories unfold. With unparalleled access Monkey Worlds dedicated team are filmed dealing will medical emergencies, primate moves, births and sometimes heart-breaking decisions. We follow Dr. Alison Cronin, MBE around the globe as she continues the parks mission to rescue abused primates. Monkey Life documents the daily life and drama of the world’s largest primate rescue centre.
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Monkey World - Ape Rescue Centre
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About Monkey Life Monkey Life was created in 2006 and has continuously documented the work of Dr. Alison Cronin, MBE and her team at Monkey World; Ape Rescue Centre. Totalling 174 episodes over 9 series the programmes have been aired in over 140 countries. Monkey Life series' 1 - 4 and 8 - 9 are available on Pick and series' 5 - 7 air on Animal Planet in the UK. Monkey Life series 10 is currently in production and should air at the end of 2017. Filmed at Monkey World in Dorset, Monkey Life follows the rescue and rehabilitation of abused and neglected primates. Many have mental as well as physical problems so the Primate Care Staff treat their individual needs until they can be reintegrated with primates of their own kind. The 21 species of primates at the park range from apes such as chimpanzees, who were taken from the wild as babies and used as photographers props on Spanish beaches to monkeys such as marmosets, many of which were rescued from the UK pet trade. The aim is to give them as natural environment as possible so that they have a secure and peaceful place to live. These fascinating creatures have individual characters and the series follows them in their daily life. From power struggles in the chimpanzee troops to introducing baby orang-utans to the rest of the nursery group every day is a rollercoaster ride as the stories unfold. With unparalleled access Monkey Worlds dedicated team are filmed dealing will medical emergencies, primate moves, births and sometimes heart-breaking decisions. We follow Dr. Alison Cronin, MBE around the globe as she continues the parks mission to rescue abused primates. Monkey Life documents the daily life and drama of the world’s largest primate rescue centre.
The Jurassic Skyline tower is an observation tower on Weymouth Pier in Weymouth, Dorset, England. It is situated next to Weymouth Beach and the Weymouth Pavilion, where it overlooks Weymouth town, the beach, the Pavilion, the Old Harbour, Nothe Gardens, the Nothe Fort, and Portland Harbour. It opened on 22 June 2012.
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Weymouth Sea Life Tower
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The Jurassic Skyline tower is an observation tower on Weymouth Pier in Weymouth, Dorset, England. It is situated next to Weymouth Beach and the Weymouth Pavilion, where it overlooks Weymouth town, the beach, the Pavilion, the Old Harbour, Nothe Gardens, the Nothe Fort, and Portland Harbour. It opened on 22 June 2012.
Castletown D-Day Centre is an authentic recreation of the busy wartime dockyard on the Isle of Portland, from which in 1944, thousands of American troops of the 5th US Corps and the US 1st infantry, embarked, bound for the heavily defended beaches of Nazi occupied France. Well worth a visit
Castletown D-Day Centre
Castletown D-Day Centre is an authentic recreation of the busy wartime dockyard on the Isle of Portland, from which in 1944, thousands of American troops of the 5th US Corps and the US 1st infantry, embarked, bound for the heavily defended beaches of Nazi occupied France. Well worth a visit
Welcome to Weymouth Harbour. Enjoy relaxing in the charm of our beautiful old harbour whilst soaking up the atmosphere, venture into the modern town, or stopover for supplies in preparation for a channel crossing to Northern France or the Channel Islands. It has a 17th Century Waterfront
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Weymouth Harbour, Dorset
Harbour Trinity Rd
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Welcome to Weymouth Harbour. Enjoy relaxing in the charm of our beautiful old harbour whilst soaking up the atmosphere, venture into the modern town, or stopover for supplies in preparation for a channel crossing to Northern France or the Channel Islands. It has a 17th Century Waterfront
The Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Site on the English Channel coast of southern England. It stretches from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset, a distance of about 96 miles, and was inscribed on the World Heritage List in mid-December 2001.
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Jurassic Coast
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The Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Site on the English Channel coast of southern England. It stretches from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset, a distance of about 96 miles, and was inscribed on the World Heritage List in mid-December 2001.
The village of Fleet lies close to the lagoon of the same name. Beyond the Fleet is the famous bank of Chesil Beach where treacherous currents and a strong undertow have been the cause of the loss of many lives following shipwrecks. Some of the shipwrecks probably initially had many survivors, but few so strong as to survive the strength of nature. It is the village of Fleet, this part of Chesil Beach and the Fleet lagoon, which was made famous by the novel of smuggling by J. Meade Faulkner, "Moonfleet" published in 1898. On 24 November 1824 a huge storm whipped up the seas along this part of the south coast. Many places along the coast suffered severe flooding and damage to property. With stunning views and beautiful walks The Fleet is a beautiful attraction. Weymouth Esplanade was destroyed by it and nearby the village of Fleet suffered a fate it has never known before or since. The sea was so swollen and the winds so strong, that the waves were sent hurling over the Chesil bank, beyond the Fleet lagoon and into the village, destroying most of what lay in its path. The small church at Fleet, lying close to the lagoon, suffered badly as the sea came crashing over the bank. The nave of the old church was completely demolished. All that remains today is a tiny church, with a few gravestones in the churchyard. Looking almost lost now, it stands behind the end of a row of cottages on its own. Well worth a visit
The Fleet Observer
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The village of Fleet lies close to the lagoon of the same name. Beyond the Fleet is the famous bank of Chesil Beach where treacherous currents and a strong undertow have been the cause of the loss of many lives following shipwrecks. Some of the shipwrecks probably initially had many survivors, but few so strong as to survive the strength of nature. It is the village of Fleet, this part of Chesil Beach and the Fleet lagoon, which was made famous by the novel of smuggling by J. Meade Faulkner, "Moonfleet" published in 1898. On 24 November 1824 a huge storm whipped up the seas along this part of the south coast. Many places along the coast suffered severe flooding and damage to property. With stunning views and beautiful walks The Fleet is a beautiful attraction. Weymouth Esplanade was destroyed by it and nearby the village of Fleet suffered a fate it has never known before or since. The sea was so swollen and the winds so strong, that the waves were sent hurling over the Chesil bank, beyond the Fleet lagoon and into the village, destroying most of what lay in its path. The small church at Fleet, lying close to the lagoon, suffered badly as the sea came crashing over the bank. The nave of the old church was completely demolished. All that remains today is a tiny church, with a few gravestones in the churchyard. Looking almost lost now, it stands behind the end of a row of cottages on its own. Well worth a visit
Abbotsbury Swannery is the only managed colony of nesting mute swans in the world. It is situated near the village of Abbotsbury in Dorset, England, 14 kilometres west of Weymouth on a 1-hectare site around the Fleet Lagoon protected from the weather of Lyme Bay by Chesil Beach. The colony can number over 600 swans with around 150 pairs. Written records of the swannery’s existence go back to 1393 but it probably existed well before that, and is believed to have been set up by Benedictine monks in the eleventh century.
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Abbotsbury Swannery
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Abbotsbury Swannery is the only managed colony of nesting mute swans in the world. It is situated near the village of Abbotsbury in Dorset, England, 14 kilometres west of Weymouth on a 1-hectare site around the Fleet Lagoon protected from the weather of Lyme Bay by Chesil Beach. The colony can number over 600 swans with around 150 pairs. Written records of the swannery’s existence go back to 1393 but it probably existed well before that, and is believed to have been set up by Benedictine monks in the eleventh century.
The Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens is a visitor attraction near the village of Abbotsbury, Dorset, southern England. They are Grade I listed in the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. The garden originates in 1765. In the late eighteenth century, the Fox-Strangeways family built a new house on the location; when it was burnt down in 1913, they returned to their family seat at Melbury House, but the walled garden was maintained—it remains in the ownership of the family. Since then, particularly after the contributions of the 4th Earl of Ilchester, the gardens have developed into an 8 hectares site with exotic plants, many of which were newly discovered species when they were first introduced. There are formal and informal gardens, with woodland walks and walled gardens; in addition, the gardens also contain certain "zones" that exhibit plants from different geographical areas.
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Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens
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The Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens is a visitor attraction near the village of Abbotsbury, Dorset, southern England. They are Grade I listed in the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. The garden originates in 1765. In the late eighteenth century, the Fox-Strangeways family built a new house on the location; when it was burnt down in 1913, they returned to their family seat at Melbury House, but the walled garden was maintained—it remains in the ownership of the family. Since then, particularly after the contributions of the 4th Earl of Ilchester, the gardens have developed into an 8 hectares site with exotic plants, many of which were newly discovered species when they were first introduced. There are formal and informal gardens, with woodland walks and walled gardens; in addition, the gardens also contain certain "zones" that exhibit plants from different geographical areas.
West Bay, also known as Bridport Harbour, is a small harbour settlement and resort on the English Channel coast in Dorset, England, sited at the mouth of the River Brit approximately 1.5 miles south of Bridport. The area is part of the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site. More recently this was the setting for the popular drama 'Broadchurch' Very quintessentially a Dorset seaside town
West Bay Beach Dorset
West Bay, also known as Bridport Harbour, is a small harbour settlement and resort on the English Channel coast in Dorset, England, sited at the mouth of the River Brit approximately 1.5 miles south of Bridport. The area is part of the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site. More recently this was the setting for the popular drama 'Broadchurch' Very quintessentially a Dorset seaside town
This place is AMAZING!! Full of beautiful art and a super day out. You can hire secluded spaces and just relax. PLEASE check out their website to see all the features they provide and the food here is always seasonal and simply delicious with most of it being cultivated by the clever gardeners on site. I would strongly recommend a visit!
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Sculpture By The Lakes
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This place is AMAZING!! Full of beautiful art and a super day out. You can hire secluded spaces and just relax. PLEASE check out their website to see all the features they provide and the food here is always seasonal and simply delicious with most of it being cultivated by the clever gardeners on site. I would strongly recommend a visit!
Fantastic fresh seafood with a fabulous outlook - total suntrap - Well worth a visit for a chilled out afternoon the only addition - a chilled bottle of white wine!
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quiddles cafe
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Fantastic fresh seafood with a fabulous outlook - total suntrap - Well worth a visit for a chilled out afternoon the only addition - a chilled bottle of white wine!