Attractive village location with 2 pubs, post office and shop.
Local beach with award-winning café.
5 mins from the market town of Bridport with a range of amenities including independent shops and market stalls.
Close to West Bay, backdrop for the television drama Broadchurch, with iconic cliffs, beaches and harbour.
World Heritage Jurassic Coast on your doorstep.
Heralded as one of Dorset’s most attractive villages, Burton Bradstock has a wide range of amenities including 2 pubs, a church, post office, library, playground, hairdressers, petrol station and shop, and its own beach complete with award-winning Hive Beach Café, overlooked by the panoramic terrace of the Seaside Boarding House. Dramatic and musical events are regularly staged at the village hall, and there is always a good turn out for village fetes and fairs.
Five minutes west is the historic market town of Bridport. Market days find locals and tourists alike milling along bustling streets, browsing antique and bric-a-brac stalls, filling their bags with fresh vegetables and local gourmet treats often accompanied by music from Bucky Doo Square.
Offering a wide variety of independent shops, restaurants and its own cinema/theatre, the Electric Palace, and numerous antique emporia, Bridport is also a bohemian hub for local artists who hold open studio events.
Nearby is the thriving fishing port of West Bay, instantly recognisable as the stunning backdrop for the television drama Broadchurch. In addition to the iconic cliffs, West Bay with its harbour, east and west beaches and numerous food shacks, pubs and restaurants offers something for everyone, whether it’s crabbing in the harbour, mucking around in the playground, a thrill seeking rib ride across Lyme Bay, or a more sedate fishing expedition in search of mackerel and sea bass.