Thursday 4 May 2023

Brimar Self Catering Holiday Let, West Bay, Bridport, Dorset (Sleeps 1-5)

Brimar Self Catering Holiday Let is in West Bay, a beautiful part of Dorset. Our holiday home sleeps up to 5 people and is just a short drive from Bridport. Nestled on the East Cliffe in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, makes this cottage a wonderful place to stay for those who want a relaxing break away.

About Brimar
Much care and attention has been paid when decorating and furnishing this cottage, ensuring those who stay have an enjoyable and relaxing stay. Our cottage comprises of:

Spacious lounge flat screen TV and gas-flame fire.
Farmhouse style kitchen/diner.
Cloakroom with WC.
Washing machine and dishwasher.
South-westerly garden with patio area – perfect for alfresco dining.
Master bedroom with double bed.
Second bedroom with double bed.
Third bedroom with single bed.
Upstairs bathroom.

A lovely children’s play area for under 10’s overlooking the countryside towards West Bay is a few metres from the house.

Visiting West Bay & Exploring Dorset
Ideally situated in a quiet area just a short distance from West Bay’s picturesque harbour and glorious coastline and beaches, the self catering accommodation is also only a 20 minute walk to the vibrant historic market town of Bridport.

West Bay is the gateway to the Jurassic Coast. It lies just to the south of the historic market town of Bridport, and at the western end of Chesil Beach. The area forms part of Dorset’s World Heritage Site within Lyme Bay. The unique sandstone East Cliff exposes 180 million years of history. West Bay is a wonderful location for family holidays, coastal and countryside walks, fishing/angling, boat trips out to sea, river boating, Golf at the nearby West Dorset & Bridport Golf-course and so much more.

For more information please visit our website:

The Holiday Cottages is a user friendly online directory for self catering accommodation in the UK & Ireland. To keep up to date with properties on our website join us on our social media pages below: