Chesil Beach Lodge

Address: Coast Road, Burton Bradstock, Bridport, Dorset, England, DT6 4RJ, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Coast Road, Burton Bradstock, is near Electric Palace, Hive Beach, and Sladers Yard.
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      Cardiff to Dorset

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 07, 2015

      5 photos

      ... and found a nearby 'square' to drive around and around to wait for her. It was fun. We drove around about twenty times. Amy thought that someone was looking at us funny. Turned out to be a shop mannikin so we teased her about that for the next 10 laps before Jo-Ann arrived and ot into the car. This was her third time in Bath in less than a year
      The next stop was Lacock which is a National Trust village cauught in the turn of the 19th Century. The ...

      In limbo

      A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Dec 27, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... in two. So I was pleased to find a replacement though David, my cousin, will be interested to know it cost 30.00. I think some of the cost is because it is hinged so it folds away neatly.

      In another attempt to pass time I caught a bus to Dorchester. I have been to the town before and have liked it because of its history, its setting and its interesting little shops. This time I went there specifically to buy road maps of Spain, Portugal ...

      The Road Trip Begins

      A travel blog entry by kyliep on Oct 23, 2014

      3 photos

      ... finally got to see this amazing structure and learn about some of the theories about why it was built. It was also interesting to learn that it's not just the stones that make up Stonehenge but also the mounds and markings on the ground. The other thing that makes you realise how old it is is the colosseum in Rome was built almost 2000 years after Stonehenge! You can't walk amongst the stones anymore but you can still appreciate the size ...

      Coastal Walk and a Pub Adventure

      A travel blog entry by odlozinski on Apr 22, 2014

      8 photos

      What a magnificent view of the sea and the land. We set off in the morning to walk a small section (8km) of a vast trail system along the British southern coast. The weather was cooperative, although a little misty at times. How wonderful it would be to walk these trails as part of your morning routine. We chatted with one couple walking an overly energetic Schaunzer, and they aspired for the walk to "Get him right knackered." The kids were ...

      The blustery day

      A travel blog entry by iaineast on Jun 22, 2013

      ... was very strong and at times we had to brace with our walking poles to keep standing. It was a good thing that the wind was blowing onshore with the distance between the fence and the cliff edge being as little as 2-3 metres in some places. We finally arrived at Durdle Dor where the crowds were large. After the obligatory photos, it was uphill again and then downhill over ...