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Burton Bradstock Cottages

57 properties found
Burton Bradstock, Dorset

The Old Pottery - Burton Bradstock

2111

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7 nights

£466 - £737

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Burton Bradstock, Dorset

Benjy's Cottage

211

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7 nights

£531 - £894

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Burton Bradstock, Dorset

Thatch End Cottage

321

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7 nights

£559 - £1,403

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Burton Bradstock, Dorset

Seine Cottage

3211

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7 nights

£537 - £1,182

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Burton Bradstock, Dorset

Fig Tree Cottage - Burton Bradstock

4212

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7 nights

£633 - £1,637

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Burton Bradstock, Dorset

Folly Cottage - Burton Bradstock

532

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7 nights

£642 - £1,669

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Bridport, Dorset

The Magnolias - Burton Bradstock

6321

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7 nights

£1,031 - £2,943

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Burton Bradstock, Dorset

Clapper Bridge Cottage

6311

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7 nights

£876 - £2,327

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Burton Bradstock, Dorset

The Old Butchers

8432

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7 nights

£1,411 - £3,835

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The Harbourside - West Bay

211

Our grading

7 nights

£751 - £1,234

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Bridport, Dorset

Ropemakers Cottage

2112

Our grading

7 nights

£539 - £951

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West Bay, Dorset

West Bay Harbour View

2112

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7 nights

£735 - £1,258

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Self-catering accommodation in Burton Bradstock

Burton Bradstock is a large but exceptionally pretty Dorset village on the River Bride where it cuts through the World Heritage Jurassic coastal cliffs to provide access to the sea. It has a shop, two pubs, and a bar/restaurant as well as a recreation ground and a cafe on the nearby Hive Beach, which is also a popular fishing spot and great for families with dogs. There is ample parking which is free for National Trust members. The nearby Cogden Beach is great for those who like a tranquil sunbathing spot - it is backed by scenic farmland and offers a variety of wildlife and coastal flowers as well as having parking at the top of the hill, again free for National Trust members. Bridport is also just a short drive away.

The Trust looks after a spectacular stretch of coastline with dramatic cliffs and miles of beaches. There is plenty of walking with miles of footpaths surrounding the area as well as circular walks. There are two particularly popular routes at Burton Bradstock and its neighbour, Cogden, both taking in sections of the South West Coast Path with lots of interesting sites to visit along the way. If you are planning to bring your dog with you on holiday, view our dog-friendly cottages in Burton Bradstock here.