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An epic hill fort with the most stunning views of unique West Dorset rolling hills, countryside and coastline. A natural playground for children (& adults!) to explore nature at its best.
Fantastic views of the surrounding countryside and coast can be enjoyed from this Roman hill fortress.
"Iron Age hill fort and downland with views across the Marshwood Vale to the coast A great place for walking, flying kites or simply taking in the extensive views of the surrounding countryside and the English Channel in the distance. The hill fort itself is about 2,500 years old, but originally…
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“Lots of history about net making which was very common in this area and shaped the streets of Bridport.”
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“This venue hosts exhibitions by local artists, as well as theatre and live performance events in their auditorium.”
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“Lovely fresh bread and cakes made on the premises. The brownies and Dorset apple cake are especially good. They also sell excellent sandwiches to take on your country walks.”
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“Great food and spot on Bridport's South Street. Live music every Friday. Warm and friendly atmosphere. ”
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“Colmers Hill is iconic; when you see it rising majestically from the land, you know you are home in Dorset. Trees set upon a small hill have been painted for hundreds of years. Visit the hill, and Symondsbury Manor, take lunch at Symondsbury Kitchen or the Ilchester Arms for excellent pub grub and a beer! ”
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