Dairy Cottage is semi-detached with space for two cars beside the cottage. The enclosed garden is up behind the cottage.
Step down into the comfy siting room, and if you are lucky enough to be tall, watch out for the low beam.
The crisp new kitchen has an induction hob, butler sink, fitted dishwasher and is fully equipped to create a delicious meal.
Fishing boats at Lyme Regis, with The Jurassic Coast and Golden Cap in the distance.
The cosy wood-burner sits within this magnificent fireplace, there is a bread oven towards the back.
The open plan kitchen and dining-room is a very sociable space and has French doors onto a sheltered patio area.
The enclosed rear garden sits above and behind the cottage with sea glimpses from the top, take care on the steep access steps.
The enclosed rear garden sits above and behind the cottage with sea glimpses from the top, take care on the steep access steps.
Burton Bradstock is home to the award-winning Hive Beach Cafe, specialising in locally-caught seafood and fabulous views of the Jurassic Coast.
Drive the coast road from Bridport to Weymouth for spectacular views in both directions.
Lyme Regis is a very short drive from the cottage with its historic Cobb, harbour, fossil shops and delicious places to eat.
The ground floor bedroom has a super comfy 6ft zip and link (double or twin) beds, split here into two 3ft single beds.
The ground floor dual-aspect bedroom is off the hallway, there is a small step down into the room.
The ground floor bathroom has a double shower cubicle with drench shower and macerator WC.
The master bedroom has a gorgeous 5ft bed and dual aspect windows.
The family bathroom has a 'P' shaped bath and drench shower.
The seaside theme of this twin room will delight children.
The first floor is flooded with light.
The ground floor shower-room is beside the dining-area.
There are some lovely details in this pretty cottage.
The boot-room is accessed from the back door and the kitchen, a very useful space for sandy feet and muddy paws.
A dramatic part of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast at West Bay.
Two steps lead up into this cottage, the back door leads into the boot-room.
There is space for two cars (one large and one small) beside the cottage, the large area in the foreground is owned by the neighbour and is for turning purposes only for guests of Dairy Cottage.
The raised decking area at the top of the garden is south facing, a great place for a morning coffee or evening glass of wine.
From the top of the garden you can glimpse the sea beyond St Gabriel's Ledge.
Solar fairy lights in the apple tree add a little magic to the garden.
Local fossils set into the wall hightlight the World Heritage status of this area.
The award-winning Felicity's Farm Shop in the village has a mouth-watering array of local produce and a cafe which can be hard to resist.
Weymouth's sandy beach is home to a traditional Punch and Judy show every summer.
The famous Cobb at Lyme Regis, with spectacular Jurrassic coastline behind.
West Bay is an important harbour for landing locally-caught seafood.
The thick walls create beautiful window sills.
Chesil Beach stretches for 18 miles, from the Isle of Portland to West Bay forming the Fleet Lagoon inland.
The rolling landscape of Dorset is beautifully managed by the farming community.
Further afield, the picturesque village of Corfe, gateway to the Purbeck is dominated by the ruins of Corfe Castle.
Nearby the beautiful market town of Sherborne, with its impressive Abbey.

Dairy Cottage


3.7 miles E of Lyme Regis / Sleeps 6 (no children under 4)

7 Nights from £594 - £1485

Nearest pub

The George Inn (1 ¾ miles)

Enjoy a (not so) swift pint by the cosy log fire in winter or out in the patio garden in summer at this 17th Century thatched country inn. Lunch and dinner menus include locally sourced seafood and meats. You can enjoy a locally brewed pint of Palmers ale while the kids play on the giant Jenga. Booking is advisable in summer.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Butler September 2017

The George

Welcoming pub, tasty food. dogs are accommodated in bar areas. Advised to book for Sun lunch.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr Grainger August 2016


The first thing that strikes you about the George is the friendly welcome from the staff nothing is too much trouble, they welcome dogs with open arms.

The food is excellent and good value for money and the Palmers' ales are a delight, be brave and try the "georgeous" ploughman's it is huge and gorgeous!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Walker September 2011

Excellent pub food. Thursday night is pizza night and its advisable to book.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Penney January 2009

welcoming with excellent food

Often in the area and find the George welcoming and reliable for a good meal, be it a bar snack or something more substantial, highly recemmended.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

January 2009

Sunday Roast at The George

After a breathtaking walk along the spectacular Jurassic Coast on a Sunday afternoon there is nothing more needed than a fabulous Sunday roast. We were a little late in arriving at The George however and when everywhere else had turned us away The George were very friendly and provided a well needed refuel stop before continuing our walk. Traditional and cosy atmosphere, in a pretty thatched pub, good food, beer and service.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

November 2008

Great all-rounder

Great food served here, with a huge choice to choose from and a good selection of Palmers ales. The staff and proprietor are very friendly and make you feel very welcome. As well as the bar/drinking area and restaurant there is a lovely snug with an open fire for cooler days/nights. Would definitely recommend.

Nearest beach

Seatown Beach (2 miles)

This lovely long stretch of beach is backed by the Ridge cliff which affords great views of the lush Dorset countryside. A good spot to look for ammonites and other fossils all year round.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

September 2009

A favourite fossil hunting spot. Apparently there are beds of fossilised brittle starfish nearby as well as beds of belemnites. There's a free car park by the beach and you can walk up Golden Cap from here too, Dorset's highest spot, where the views are amazing.

Nearest walk

Golden Cap (1 ¼ miles)

The Ramblers hail Golden Cap as one of their 'Top 50 walking routes to Britain’s best views'. At 191 metres, it's the highest sea cliff in Southern England. Walk through Langdon wood (great in April/May for bluebells) and up to the top for jaw-dropping views of Charmouth and down to Lyme Regis. The stretch of coast between Lyme Regis and Bridport has over 25 miles of paths and traces almost 185 million years of the Earth's history, so there's plenty of exploring to be done here.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr Ludnow January 2014

Stunning Views

I love this place, the breathtaking views down across the coast are amazing, it is worth taking a picnic, take your time and enjoy the view. I followed this walk http://www.classic.co.uk/nas/classic-blog/guest-experience-a-cheat%E2%80%99s-walk-to-golden-cap-155.html

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Swainston July 2012

Misty & no View

We set out to walk but unfortunately when we go to the top of the hill it was very misty and no views to be had which was disappointing so sorry for low rating. Also we found some of the footpaths were nothing more than mud baths with no way to get around other than to cling on to fern stems while balancing on tufts of none muddy grass.

Nearest town

Seatown (2 miles)

Easy to get to off the A35 between Lyme Regis and Bridport, it's worth a trip to experience a smuggler's way of life in your descent down to the beach. Spy abandoned loot in the foot rocks of the Golden Cap from your stronghold at the Anchor Inn as you sift through the day's fossil pickings.

Also nearby

Hix Oyster and Fish House (4 ¼ miles)

Overlooking the fishing port of Lyme Regis and The Cobb, Hix Oyster and Fish House is blessed with uninterrupted views of the Jurassic Coast. Simplicity of food is key here. The very best ingredients are used; make your choice from the blackboard of the day's landings and a small menu of house dishes. Award-winning restaurateur Mark Hix mastered his trade in London restaurants such as The Ivy. Just 45 covers means it is advisable to book.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs James May 2013

Hix Oyster and Fish House

We ate at Hix twice during our week at Sea Glympse. The fish was delightful - one of the highlights was the grilled whole fish. Oysters were delicious. Staff very friendly. The first time we ate inside - the weather was not very good - and the second time we had lunch on the terrace and took Dusty our Jack Russell. Dusty was made very welcome and the waiter even brought her a bowl of water without us asking. There was nothing to criticize on either visit. Also, I was readily offered 10% discount when I mentioned that we were staying in a Classic cottage!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Anna H November 2012

Our Wedding Anniversary

Our visit to the HIX Oyster & Fish House proved to be much more than just a lovely Sunday lunch out. Two things struck us as soon as we walked in - Lyme Bay stretching out as far as the eye can see and the truly friendly atmosphere. Everyone was enjoying being there, staff and guests alike. It was very lovely and very unusual to chat naturally with the people sitting at the tables closest to ours. Some guests were local, some had driven for miles to treat a friend, it was our 29th wedding anniversary.
Then came the food - I am not a food critic but am determined to do justice to it! We started with a Hix House Cocktail to set the scene – Somerset cherries soaked in Apple Eau de Vie and topped up with Nyetimber – an English fizz to compete with most Champagnes. For starters my husband had the partridge on Yorkshire toast – yes it IS the Fish House but you can choose a locally reared beef steak too! – and I had deep fried sprats with watercress and caper mayonnaise ( even though we had already had the restaurant’s own smoked salmon with our cocktails ), then the most deliciously creamy House Fish Pie and the most incredible ‘real’ fish fingers on crushed fresh peas with mint. I didn’t know which wine to choose and so gave that responsibility to Assistant Manager Tom Cook who chose a gorgeous soft La Flor, Sauvignon Blanc. My husband, a veteran cider drinker, had Julian Temperley’s Somerset cider – in a lovely ceramic flask made by a local potter – what a great touch. I am afraid that pudding just had to follow – burnt cream with its crispy glazed top and a Hix Fix jelly to bring back the taste of that champagne!
We loved meeting the Chef, Phil, who showed us the kitchens and the KitchenTable where guests can sit to watch the kitchens in full swing and really savour the commitment here. Phil explained that The Fish House has a licence to bring fresh fish straight from the boats in the harbour below to the kitchen. This restaurant really ‘belongs’ there.
The feel-good factor of eating delicious food with a panoramic view of the Jurassic Coast will last for a long time. We had a lovely sunny day but it would be pretty exciting to eat here whilst watching a wild stormy sea battering the historic Cobb.
We will be going back again.... and again !

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Miss Hamshere August 2012

We had a really enjoyable meal. The location is so beautiful, and every table enjoys the views out over the harbour. Its well worth coming early evening or for lunch so you can really appreciate the views, as as it got dark I felt I was missing out! The food was really special, we had a great spelt rissotto to share. Our starters were delicious, I had a plate of oysters. The champagne cocktails weren't bad either. They offer great lunch deals which I want to try next time. Would go back every week if I could!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

September 2011

Food: Excellent
Service: Very attentive
Value: Not cheap or bountiful but the quality made it worth every penny!
Ambience: Very pleasant
Situation: Superb views over the sea

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

October 2010

Great restaurant and hopefully I will still be able to get a table now it has been voted the 27th best restaurant in the country at the National Restaurant Awards 2010

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Brazendale February 2009

Simply sumptuous!

The Hix Oyster house is a must visit eatery - book a babysitter and get a really good evening out. And don't worry, you don't need to like oysters, but you might be missing a trick if you don't even try just one!

The Jurassic Coast (2 ½ miles)

It would be remiss not to mention the pleasures of walking the Jurassic Coast here; a good way to combine a little exercise with a history lesson is to join one of the organised Fossil Walks from Charmouth.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Swainston July 2012

Charmouth Beach & Fossil Hunting

Had two good walks down there from Stone Barrow Lodge, the first time we walked down the right hand side of the beach and collected many unusual pieces of drift wood.The second time we walked the left hand beach and found lot of fossils.Not knowing what to look for and no tools to search the clay slides we meandered to the shoreline and hey presto found a fossil being washed by the incoming tide, we then went on to find many more, all quite small but some perfect specimens. Easy to spot in the water/sand as they were in pyrite which made then stand out from the other stones and pebbles, some have a Bronze tinge and some a rusty coating. It later turns out we were in just the right place, on the shoreline and a few hundred yards from the river (which is apparently the best place to find them). Have to say the tide got us most of the time but an enjoyable time nevertheless.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Alexander June 2011

Charmouth and the delights of fossil hunting!

One of the best beaches to try your luck at fossil hunting. We found the best way was as the tide was ebbing - you are more likely to find ammonites washed up on the beach - you just need a good eye and a lot of patience! Other fossils are found in the clay which has subsided from the cliff face. The excitement of finding a fossil for the first time (young or old) is an experience you will never forget and will want to do time and time again!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Avis January 2010

World Heritage Coast

So many delightful coastal resorts and quiet beaches, great cliff walking - with a bus service to get you back to your start point and car .

Charmouth (2 ¼ miles)

One of the many gateways to the Jurassic Coast, Charmouth is a bustling coastal village set on the Heritage Coast and is one of the most popular places to go fossiling. Although being a popular tourist destination Charmouth has kept its friendly village feel and is an ideal location for a traditional family holiday.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Miss Hamshere August 2012

A lovely seaside spot. There are several cafes on the front serving up basic but good value food, and most importantly ice cream. Good parking. The dunes behind the beach make for excellent kite flying. You can enjoy a walk all the way down the beach to Lyme Regis when the tide is right, and the fossil hunting is just amazing - you can't help but come back with pocketfuls of ammonites and other prehistoric goodies.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Swainston July 2012

Has a handy Monday market

Very close to the cottage (at the bottom of Stone Barrow Lane) there is a Monday market that sells a wide range of goods from fresh meats, breads, Thai food, tools, pet foods, clothing etc.

Charmouth West Beach (2 ½ miles)

Charmouth has to be one of the most famous places for collecting fossils in the world. Part of Dorset's World Heritage Jurassic Coast; many a happy hour can be spent scouring the beach for ammonites and belemnites.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Miss Battrick July 2017

Lovely beach, brilliant for fossil hunting

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Avis January 2010

Take a fossil hunting guided walk or boat trip. No sand but plenty to keep the kids amused.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

November 2009

The hours seem to have a habit of slipping by while you're wandering along hunting for fossils on this stretch of coast. The kids love the excitement of finding an ammonite or debating the authenticity of possible 'dinosaur bones'. Great way to spend an afternoon.

Felicity's Farm Shop (½ mile)

Everything from daily basics to luxury artisan foods. The takeaway does snacks, teas, coffees and treats.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr Ludnow August 2014

Great shop for local produce or a place to stop and pick up a picnic.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Swainston July 2012

Okay & Close By

This is on par stock and price wise with many farm shops, where you can buy meats, cheeses, assorted foods, gifts etc. Small shop but close by, it has a small coffee area.

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