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  • Driftwood Apartments :: Dogs
    on furniture If you are not a dog lover please don t worry We have welcomed dogs for years in Number 2 and have not had a problem yet We think it s because owners who love their dogs enough to bring them on holiday are very responsible dog owners We charge an extra 10 per stay per dog if you wish to bring your dog If Number 2 Driftwood

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  • Driftwood Apartments :: Local towns and villages
    are well worth a visit and the Riverside restaurant is a must for fish lovers book in advance to avoid being disappointed The picturesque seaside town of Lyme Regis 11 miles is dominated by the Cobb its famous 13th century harbour It is the perfect place to visit for a day browse the local shops eat at one of the many restaurants relax on the beach take a fishing trip or play crazy golf Sherborne 22 miles is a beautify town and is well worth a visit With its abundance of medieval buildings Sherborne had much to offer visitors Superb 1300 year old Abbey an important early example of perpendicular architecture and burial place of two Saxon kings Two castles one a romantic ruin and the other a new Castle designed by Sir Walter Raleigh with gardens designed in part by Capability Brown in 1753 Cheap Street lined with boutique shops art galleries delicatessens and coffee shops Burton Bradstock 10 miles is a small coastal village a few miles east of Bridport The quiet beach is a must and the Hive Beach Café is a popular local place to eat only yards from the beach A trip to Seatown 10 miles gives you the opportunity to walk up Golden Cap the highest point on the south coast of England You can also enjoy a drink and a bite to eat at the popular and welcoming Anchor Inn The Jurassic Coast covers 25 miles of coastline and has been designated a World Heritage Site ranking it alongside the Grand Canyon and Great Barrier Reef as one of the natural wonders of the world The 190 million year old rocks and cliffs ensure fantastic fossil hunting opportunities with the beaches around Charmouth 8 miles and Lyme Regis 11 miles providing the ideal

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  • Driftwood Apartments :: Places to eat
    mill and Museum of Rural Bygones set in peaceful rural valley on the river Manger Trout fishing and riverside walk Tea room light lunches cream teas homemade fare and local crafts DT6 3SG 01308 485224 Ilchester Arms in Symondsbury 6 miles away 01308 422 600 DT6 6HD Country pub with garden and skittle alley and serves good pub food 7 days a week The Bull Hotel in Bridport 6 miles away 34 East St Bridport DT6 3LF 01308 422 878 Recommended in the Mr and Mrs Smith guide well worth a visit for coffee lunch or dinner 01308 422 878 The Stable Bar behind The Bull Hotel in Bridport 6 miles away Serving a vast selection of unique ciders from single variety specials to proper local brews and home made Dorset pizzas and pies Busy in the evenings and great for kids 34 East St Bridport DT6 3LF 01308 422 878 The Riverside Restaurant in West Bay 6 miles away DT6 4EZ A leading seafood restaurant which comes highly recommended but is expensive Booking essential 01308 422 011 The Hive Beach Cafe in West Bay 6 miles away Watch House Café is an easy going café in West Bay Set right on East Beach it s just yards from the sea and the stunning views Great for breakfast and lunch 01308 459330 DT6 4EN Lula in Bridport 6 miles away Cellar wine bar cafe 53 East Street 01308 459 999 DT6 3JX Montien Thai Restaurant in Bridport 6 miles away Eat in a take away 37 East Street 01308425 570 Olive Tree in Bridport 6 miles away Mediterranean food cooked in front of you Brunch Lunch and Dinner 59 East Street 01308422882 Down House Farm Cafe Higher Eype Bridport 7 miles DT6 6AH 01308 421232 Organic food from this organic farm fantastic countryside and beach location Not licensed The George Inn Chideok 7 miles away Good quality pub food and beer located on the A35 near Seatown We hear good reviews 01297 489419 DT6 6JD The Anchor Inn in Seatown 7 miles away Two bars outside terraces and cliff seating provide the perfect opportunity to come and enjoy the tranquillity and views offered by this heritage coastline Seafood fresh local foods and ales Fairly basic pub food in a special location DT6 6JU 01297 489215 The Hive Beach Café in Burton Bradstock on the beach 8 miles away Busy café on the beach ideal for coffee or lunch after a walk Open for dinner in holiday season Good quality food especially seafood DT6 4RF 01308 897 070 River Cottage Canteen in Axminster 9 miles away Hugh Furnley Whittingstall s canteen and deli offers a wide selection of local and seasonal provisions including fruit and vegetables meat and bread pickles and preserves wine and beer One the more expensive side EX13 5AN 01297 631862 The Town Mill Bakery in Lyme Regis 11 miles away Unique fun and relaxed bakery serving very good quality food and cakes Ideal for breakfast coffee or

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  • Driftwood Apartments :: Places to eat and drink
    you with artifacts from the past adorning the walls The Hive Beach Café in Burton Bradstock on the beach Busy café on the beach ideal for coffee or lunch after a walk Open for dinner in holiday season Good quality food especially seafood DT6 4RF 01308 897 070 Mangerton Mill in Mangerton Bridport 17th Century working water mill and Museum of Rural Bygones set in peaceful rural valley on the river Manger Trout fishing and riverside walk Tea room light lunches cream teas homemade fare and local crafts DT6 3SG 01308 485224 Ilchester Arms in Symondsbury 01308 422 600 DT6 6HD Country pub with garden and skittle alley and serves good pub food 7 days a week The Bull Hotel in Bridport 34 East St Bridport DT6 3LF 01308 422 878 Recommended in the Mr and Mrs Smith guide well worth a visit for coffee lunch or dinner 01308 422 878 The Stable Bar behind The Bull Hotel in Bridport Serving a vast selection of unique ciders from single variety specials to proper local brews and home made Dorset pizzas and pies Busy in the evenings and great for kids 34 East St Bridport DT6 3LF 01308 422 878 Lula in Bridport Cellar wine bar cafe 53 East Street 01308 459 999 DT6 3JX Montien Thai Restaurant in Bridport Eat in a take away 37 East Street 01308425 570 Olive Tree in Bridport Mediterranean food cooked in front of you Brunch Lunch and Dinner 59 East Street 01308422882 The Brasserie and Restaurant at Bridge House Hotel in Beaminster Very good quality food in a lovely small independently run hotel Enjoy a drink before dinner or coffee afterwards in their cosy drawing room On the more expensive side 01308 862 200 DT8 3AY The Half Moon in Melplash DT6 3UD 01308 488 321 Country pub with a garden selling very good pub food Recommended Washingpool Farm Shop Café in North Allington Just after you leave Bridport on your right Café located in the farm shop Highly recommended for breakfast coffee lunch and afternoon tea 01308 459 549 DT6 5HP Down House Farm Cafe Higher Eype Bridport DT6 6AH 01308 421232 Organic food from this organic farm fantastic countryside and beach location Not licensed The George Inn Chideok Good quality pub food and beer located on the A35 near Seatown We hear good reviews 01297 489419 DT6 6JD The Anchor Inn in Seatown Two bars outside terraces and cliff seating provide the perfect opportunity to come and enjoy the tranquillity and views offered by this heritage coastline Seafood fresh local foods and ales Fairly basic pub food in a special location DT6 6JU 01297 489215 River Cottage Canteen in Axminster Hugh Furnley Whittingstall s canteen and deli offers a wide selection of local and seasonal provisions including fruit and vegetables meat and bread pickles and preserves wine and beer One the more expensive side EX13 5AN 01297 631862 The Town Mill Bakery in Lyme Regis Unique fun and relaxed bakery serving very

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  • Driftwood Apartments :: Recommended Beaches
    There are four main beaches in Lyme Regis Back Beach This extends northwest of the town towards Charmouth The cliffs surrounding the beach are very unstable with extensive mudflows in places and should be admired from a distance The beach can be accessed from the north end of the promenade Follow the asphalt road from Cobb Gate car park to the end and drop down onto the sands Enquire about tides before you set out because the beach can be cut off at high tide The cliffs above this beach are called the Spittles and are part of the biggest landslip in Europe The Coast Path slid down the slopes in the last decade and there is now no right of way on this path between Lyme and Charmouth because the land at the cliff edge belongs to the golf club Church Beach This is in front of the rock armor that protects the promenade It is sandy in places and at low tide there is an extensive rock ledge with hundreds of rock pools where you can catch shrimps The river Lyme flows into the bay on this part of the beach so you will have to paddle if you want to walk along the sands The beach is covered at high tide Town Beach At the northern end of Town Beach thousands of tons of pebbles were imported as part of the recently completed coastal protection scheme and placed on top of the pebbles originally there The beach was built up by some three meters to be level with the Cart Road and to extend 20 to 30 meters out to sea It seems to be very effective in protecting the Marine Parade and the buildings along it At the Cobb end the beach was also enhanced this time with sand imported from France The beach no longer gets covered at high tide and provides an extensive beach area for both young and old There are kiosks takeaways cafes restaurants and public houses bordering this section of the beach Monmouth Beach This beach is so named because the Duke of Monmouth landed here in 1685 in an attempt to wrest the crown from King James II In the aftermath of Monmouth s defeat twelve locals were hanged on this beach on the order of the notorious Hanging Judge Jeffreys Monmouth beach extends over a kilometer southwest from the Cobb wall Bordering this beach are holiday chalets beach huts the bowling green and the council run car parks West Bexington 13 miles 27 minutes A long shingle beach shelving steeply popular with walkers West Bexington Beach offers far reaching view from east to west The beach is backed by the West Bexington nature reserve operated by the Dorset Wildlife Trust Find the beach by taking the turning opposite the Bull Inn in the village of Swyre DT2 9BZ Chesil Beach 16 3miles 32 minutes DT3 4LA An 18 mile shingle spit reaching from Portland Bill to Abbotsbury wonderful for

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  • Driftwood Apartments :: Thomas Hardy’s Dorset Drives
    of Arabia Bere Regis Kingsbere The town features in Tess and Far from the Madding Crowd Tess set up her family s bed under the Tuberville window in the south wall of the church and inside the church are the tombs of the Tubervilles Athelhampton athelhull Hardy s father worked on the restoration of the superb medieval hall at Athelhampton and Hardy himself painted a watercolour of the house Puddletown Wweatherbury Hardy s grandfather and great grandfather were Puddletown natives and the church gallery was celebrated by Hardy in Under the Greenwood Tree In Far From the Madding Crowd Troy spent the night in the church porch Cerne Abbas Abbot s Cernel The village more famous for the ancient figure of a giant carved into the hillside featured in The Woodlanders and Tess of the d Ubervilles The tithe barn in Cerne Abbas may also be the model for the great barn in Far From the Madding Crowd Tour Two Longer Outer Tour Weymouth Budmouth Regis Hardy worked as an architect here in 1869 70 and the town features in Under the Greenwood Tree Should you want to have lunch here see further on for the list of recommended restaurants in Weymouth and Portland Wool Woolbridge Manor was Hardy s Wellbridge Manor where Angel Clare and Tess spent their honeymoon East Lulworth Hardy worked on the restoration of St Andrew s church in 1863 and the church now hosts a permanent exhibition on Hardy s life Swanage Knollsea Hardy lived in Swanage in 1875 6 and it was here that he wrote of Ethelberta Bournemouth Sandborne Tess lived here with Alec d Uberville and the town also features in The Well Beloved and Jude the Obscure Poole Havenpool In the Mayor of Casterbridge Newson landd here on his return from

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  • Driftwood Apartments :: Well, I never knew this about Dorset!
    to give his wife and children a dose of cowpox and so he took them to a nearby farm at Chetnole where there was an outbreak of the infection In an open field he took some pus from an infected cow and using the point of a stocking needle scratched his wife s arm and injected the pus thus performing the world s first recorded vaccination The term vaccination comes from the Latin word for cow vacca He then repeated the procedure on his two sons All of them suffered for a few days with the cowpox and then called James Phipps in 1796 In 1797 the Jestys moved to Worth Matravers where Benjamin performed many more vaccinations on the local people On his gravestone are the words the first person known that introduced the Cow Pox by inoculation On the 11 June 1685 the Duke of Monmouth the pretender to the throne landed on the beach at Lyme Regis 11 4 miles 25 minutes DT7 3JF www lymeregis com with about 80 men including England s first novelist Daniel Defoe They marched north picking up support as they went and met with the forces of James II led by John Churchill later Duke of Marlborough at Sedgemoor in Somerset on 6 July Monmouth s army was soundly defeated and he fled across country with Lord Grey and three companions They headed to Dorset making for Poole where they hoped to catch a boat to Holland At Woodyates just inside Dorset to the north was an inn owned by the Earl of Shaftesbury and tenanted by Robert Browning ancestor of the poet Here the group left their horses and split up Monmouth disguised as a shepherd He made his way into open country near Horton and was seen climbing over a hedge by an old woman Amy Farrant living in a nearby cottage A search was organised at sunrise and a militiaman named Parkin spotted what looked like a pile of clothes in a ditch beneath an ash tree He dragged out the Duke of Monmouth by then haggard and scruffy with nothing in his pockets except raw peas and a badge of the Order of the Garter given to him by his father Charles II The spot has been known ever since as Monmouth s Ash Monmouth was beheaded on Tower Hill on 15 July In the aftermath at the Bloody Assizes of Judge Jeffreys over 300 of Monmouth s supporters were executed The defeat at Sedgemoor was not entirely unproductive for Daniel Defoe While hiding in a churchyard during his escape he saw the name Robinson Crusoe on a gravestone and filled it away for later use After the Restoration Charles II returned many times to Dorset to thank those who had helped him during his escape after the battle of Worcester in 1651 On one of these trips he stopped in Godmanstone 24 5 miles 40 minutes and asked at the blacksmith s forge for a glass

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  • Driftwood Apartments :: Tariffs
    to eat Places to eat and drink Recommended Beaches Thomas Hardy s Dorset Drives Well I never knew this about Dorset Tariffs Contact Us Click below for our Tariffs http driftwoodapartments co uk wp blog Get In Touch 07766 522 798 ejb90 hotmail com Laverstock House Laverstock Bridport Dorset DT6 5PE 1 Boardwalk Apartments Two Bedrooms 2 Driftwood Apartments Two Bedrooms 6 Driftwood Apartments Two Bedrooms 10 Driftwood Apartments Two

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