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Cottage in Dorset
Idyllic hidden cottage in the heart of Bridport.
Bijou, rustic town cottage, tucked away but in the heart of Bridport, a vibrant market town located just 1.5 miles from the Jurassic Coast at West Bay. This sensitively restored Ropemaker’s cottage is hidden in a little oasis just a short walk from the water meadows that lead to the sea. Step out of the front door and you are minutes from the hustle and bustle of the vibrant town centre and all it has to offer : pubs, restaurants, wonderful independent shops and an exceptional Saturday market
2–9 Oct, Individual Host
£110 per night
Cottage in Dorset
The Old Stable, Bridport - central and secluded
The 18th Century Old Stable offers a compact, comfortable space, just two minutes walk from the bustling town centre of Bridport. The cottage is very central yet in a secluded, quiet location. This vibrant market town is only 1.5 miles away from the beautiful harbour town of West Bay. Full of character, this charming cottage is a perfect relaxing hideaway or base for a walking or beach holiday. There are many places of interest along the famous Jurassic Coast and beautiful Dorset countryside
31 May – 7 Jun, Individual Host
£86 per night
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Flat in Dorset
The Terrace, central Bridport
The Terrace is a beautifully converted apartment within a Grade 2 Listed building, set in the heart of vibrant, bustling Bridport. A spacious open plan kitchen/dining/lounge area, double bedroom and large shower room provide contemporary surroundings in a period property, perfect for couples or solo travellers. Outside is our lovely, sunny roof terrace with seating and BBQ area. All the amenities of the town centre are on your doorstep, and the stunning Jurassic coast is 30 minutes walk away.
28 Jul – 4 Aug, Individual Host
£112 per night

Popular amenities for Bridport holiday rentals

Stay near Bridport's top sights

The Bull Hotel43 locals recommend
Morrisons13 locals recommend
LIDL13 locals recommend
Bridport Museum15 locals recommend
The Ropemakers10 locals recommend
Olive Tree20 locals recommend

Other great holiday rentals in Bridport

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Townhouse in Dorset
Historic townhouse in the heart of Bridport
8–15 Aug, Professional Host
£117 per night
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Cottage in West Bay,Bridport
Just 100m to the beach and coast path at West Bay
11–18 Dec, Professional Host
£190 per night
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Home in Eype
Beautiful beachside home, amazing sea view & walks
11–18 Jan, Individual Host
£224 per night
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Cottage in Morcombelake
Romantic hillside hideaway with outstanding views
4–11 Nov, Individual Host
£222 per night
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Cabin in NORTH Chideock
Log Cabin/Hot Tub on Private Lake Jurassic Coast
19–26 Jul, Professional Host
£248 per night
Barn in Symondsbury
"The Nest" Cosy ground floor mini-barn conversion
24 Sept – 1 Oct, Individual Host
£86 per night
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Flat in Dorset
Wych Annexe Guest Studio
16–23 Jan, Individual Host
£94 per night
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Barn in Dorset
The Old Flax Shop, Dorset
15–22 Jul, Individual Host
£202 per night
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Home in Dorset
Bridport Central 2 bed whole house, parking for 2
21–28 Nov, Individual Host
£126 per night
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Cottage in Pymore
Cosy cottage close to Jurassic coast Bridport.
4–11 Mar, Individual Host
£116 per night
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Cabin in Morcombelake
Cosy woodland cabin close to Jurassic Coast.
3–10 Jun, Individual Host
£168 per night
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Guest suite in Bridport
LimeHouse -Stylish 2 king bedroom 2 bath apartment
24–31 Aug, Individual Host
£116 per night

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Bridport

Total rentals

160 properties

Wifi availability

150 properties include access to wifi

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

50 properties have a dedicated workspace

Pet-friendly rentals

50 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

60 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

10K reviews

Your guide to Bridport

All About Bridport

Bridport, a vibrant market town in the county of Dorset, is located on England’s only natural UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast — a 150-kilometre stretch of pristine coastline with towering white cliffs overlooking idyllic beaches with unusual rocks and fossils.

The town itself is about 10 minutes north of the water and serves as a hub to both the county’s countryside and coastal towns. Internationally, this small town is well known for its high-quality rope and net making, and regionally, it's known as a dynamic cultural centre. You may spend hours at Bridport’s twice-weekly markets, which take over the town’s main streets, hunting for treasures amid the antiques and bric-a-brac and snacking on local foods. Bridport’s lively arts and culture scenes shine at the Bridport Arts Centre and Bridport Electric Palace, a 1920s cinema showcasing films, theatre productions, music, and comedy events.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Bridport

The best time to visit south coast towns like Bridport is during the summer months. From May to August, the days are long, the foliage is in bloom, and the street markets (held every Wednesday and Saturday) are rife with local produce, wares, and food. As the weather remains warm and pleasant in September or October, you can find holiday cottages in Bridport, wander along the coast wearing only a light jacket — a waterproof one, of course.

In autumn, the competition is less fierce at the Bridport Vintage and Antique Market, held the last Sunday of each month. The winter months can be cold and damp, but you might catch a sunny weekend and come for the Bridport Literary Festival in November, which showcases a variety of readings, authors, and lectures.

Top things to do in Bridport

Bridport Museum

To understand the history of Bridport and its connection to rope making, visit the town museum. For more than 700 years, this community has been one of the world’s leading rope and net suppliers. Bridport nets have been in use on the Space Shuttle, in automobiles, and even at the famous tennis tournament in Wimbledon. Schedule your visit so that you can catch one of the museum’s rope-making demonstrations.

Fossil Hunting

Just 10 minutes south of Bridport are the West Bay Cliffs, a stretch of beach belonging to the Jurassic Coast. It’s so named because rocks dating back 250 to 65 million years can be found scattered throughout the area. Sign up for a guided tour, and learn first-hand about the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous eras, or spend your afternoons hunting in the Bridport Sands for ancient souvenirs.

The Golden Cap

Rising 191 metres above sea level is the Jurassic Coast’s Golden Cap, the highest point on the south coast of England. Hikers will enjoy a somewhat challenging climb to the top, but once you’ve made it, the meadows, streams, and panoramic views of the golden sandstone cliffs and beaches will reward you. You can also wander over to a once-thriving medieval village, Stanton St Gabriel, and explore its crumbling chapel and manor house.

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