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Bridport Hotels and Guest Houses

The Bridge House
115 East Street, Bridport, DT6 3LB
   +44 (0)1308 421855
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Single from: £88.00
Double from: £88.00
per room per night
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Newlands Holidays
Newlands Holiday Park, Charmouth, Bridport, Dorset, Bridport, DT6 6RB
   +44 (0)1297 560259
Single from: £75.00
Double from: £75.00
per room per night
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Eype's Mouth Country Hotel
Eype, Bridport, DT6 6AL
   +44 (0)1308 423300
Single from: £90.00
per room per night
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Bridport, with a population of approximately 13,000, is a unique market town in English County of Dorset. While small in terms of population, the vibrancy of this bay town far surpasses in number of its happy inhabitants (living as they do in one of the more popular abodes in Britain). In fact, a sizable portion of the homeowners of Bridport own second dwellings, underscoring the vibrant yet relaxing way of life.

Bridport is known for its rope-making skills. While having, in many cases, grim uses in the past, fine rope makers still dot the cities light industry, and can be found now, for example, in the fine netting of professional sports teams. Like many smaller town in England, Bridport is home to a dynamic and energetic local market, which makes shopping (whether for food or goods) an eclectic experience. In fact, the Asker Meadow food festival, held in June of each year, utilizes the fine local produce.

The Bridport Literary festival is an annual gathering of wordsmiths and savants, and its a must for any bibliophile. However, the literary festival is but one piece of the Arts Centre of Bridport, which is very much a volunteer driven entity, emphasizing the abounding community spirit. The catholicity of the literary festival can find a sort of dichotomy in the fun, festive spirit of Bridport's Guy Fawkes Night. While not unique to Bridport, being instead a British holiday, experiencing such a holiday in a locale such as Bridport offers a sense of newness, which can only enhance a patriotic holiday. The Bridport museum can offer a full, dynamic sense of the local history, stretching back before the Norman invasion.

The West Dorset Food and Land Trust is a local, grassroots effort to bring the local flavor, quite literally, back to the pallet of all who dine in the region, including Bridport. Focusing on culinary education, this effort both provides a vital community service while enhancing the authentic grown produce native to the region. The Bridport food group carries this passion forward in the annual food festival. Kick back in the leisure center, and let all of the senses be sated by the rich, British history that permeates Bridport.

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