Othona Community

Coast Rd, Bridport, Dorset, England, DT6 4RN, United Kingdom | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Bridport

The Jurassic Coast

A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2

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... found parking for the vans. Well around the villages that is, as there are certainly places to park out away from the villages. Anyway it was a lovely area. Lunch was at Lymington in the New Forest down on the Coast, this is where Ben Ainslie the Americas Cup skipper calls home. A lovely little village. From there we headed through building traffic to the Jurassic Coast and to Durdle Door in particular. Don't you just love ...

Sun, Picnics, Trains and the Somerset levels

A travel blog entry by ashbysontour

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... when you see a road closed sign at the bottom of a steep hill, let your fellows go charging up the hill first to see if it is in fact closed, so you have less to climb when everyone comes back down the hill." Elaine: I can t believe it's only 3 days to go. Today we stopped at Tintern Abbey, Avon Valley Railway and Wells Cathedral - a whistle stop tour of this part of the country. It has been lovely weather, which ...

Beauty on the doorstep

A travel blog entry by pieceofparadise

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I'll keep saying this until I go blue, but there is nothing quite like the beauty on our own doorstep.

Today I went with my auntie down to a little place called Seaton. I can't say its forgotten because the local know its there. Seems like everyone else is more intent on Looe or Newquay, so I'll go with it's semi-forgotten.

The beach is dog friendly and although not rolling yellow sandy dunes, it is made of reasonably soft crushed ...

Dorchester to Musbury 40m. 64k

A travel blog entry by sallyj22

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No chatting at breakfast-- the TV was on. Left at 9.15. Found the way out of town fairly easily--it started uphill on a cross country track through the farmland on a gravel track-rough but no sand-- then followed the little lanes up and up onto the Dorset Downs, to the *********ument at the highest point. It was more ups and downs after the drop down from the top to Bridport. Stopped there for some lunch at Joe's Cafe. I read in the paper about the hailstorms at ...

Hordle to Dorchester. 42m + 12m by train 66k

A travel blog entry by sallyj22

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... way I was going and when I told him he said Good Luck! The route was through the nature reserve and consisted of a series of sandy, stony and wet tracks, badly signed and going in all directions. I kept on meeting the same group of cyclists at junctions, also lost and consulting maps. I had to use the compass and the track eventually came out on the road after crossing an open boggy field-- all ...

Location

This lodge, located on Coast Rd, Bridport, is near Abbotsbury Swannery, Electric Palace, Hive Beach, and Sladers Yard.
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