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West Bay, Dorset
Bridport (1.5mls NW), Dorset
Bridport (1.5mls NE), Dorset
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Bridport is fondly referred to as the ‘gateway to the Jurassic Coast’ and is a beautiful setting for a holiday with your four-legged friend. A bustling market town with a plethora of dog-friendly beaches nearby, Bridport is the perfect dog-friendly destination. Cogden beach (4 miles) and Eype beach (2.5 miles) are both dog-friendly year-round, while Burton Bradstock (3 miles) and West Bay (2 miles) have seasonal restrictions but are fabulous for winter walkies.
It's all about the outdoors in this designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with clifftop walks aplenty and a range of rural routes close by. Don’t forget to check out Bridport’s busy programme of events to see if there’s a festival which you and your four-legged friend can enjoy together.
Fossil hunting is another fun activity which you can do with your pet – they’ll love stretching their legs on a dog-friendly beach while you scour the shingle for fossils and Jurassic relics. When you’ve had enough excitement for one day, there are plenty of dog-friendly eateries in Bridport that welcome pets with open arms.
Our dog-friendly cottages in Bridport make the ideal base for your adventures on the Dorset coast. There are beautiful beachside retreats where you can watch the waves over breakfast, gorgeous stone cottages packed with charm and pretty romantic retreats where you can get away from it all in the company of the one you love and your four-legged pal. If it’s Bridport dog-friendly cottages for families that you’re looking for, you’re sure to find your little slice of Dorset heaven among our collection, with some Bridport cottages even boasting play facilities and games to make your family holiday magical. If you'd like to search further afield, take a look at all of our dog-friendly cottages in Dorset.
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