Thatched Cottage in Symondsbury, Bridport, Dorset, England, UK - Located In West Dorset, Surrounded By Beautiful Countryside, 10 Mins From The Jurassic Coast
About Wendy Botwright
Symondsbury Estate is a family run business. The luxury holiday cottages are set in the outstanding natural beauty within The Symondsbury Estate and The Jurassic coast.
Why Wendy Botwright chose Symondsbury
Symondsbury Estate has been owned by the Colfox Family since the early 1900's.
What makes this Cottage unique
All our properties offer a peaceful location, privacy and comfort. There are many woodland and coastal path walks. We have also created a mountain bike & walking trail that meanders throughout the estate and a skills park.
No refunds for cancellations made after payment is made
Special interest holidays:
Mountain Bike Rides on the Symondsbury Estate Trails.
The Jurassic Coast is a 10 minute drive away with beautiful beaches and cliff top walks including West Bay, Eype Beach, Seatown and Charmouth. On the beaches there is plenty of opportunity for fossil hunting. Dogs are welcome all year on Eype Beach. Lyme Regis beach is the main sandy beach in the area (the sand was bought over from France!) and takes approximately 15 minutes to drive too.
Exeter Airport 45 minute drive. Bournemouth Airport 1 hour drive away. Bristol Airport 1 1/2 hours drive away.
Eagles Nest is 1.5 miles from Symondsbury Village with a local pub, school and church and the local landmark Colmers Hill is definitely worth a walk to the top to see the spectacular views.
Bridport Market Town is 3 miles away with markets on both Wednesday and Saturday and a Vintage market on Sunday.
For all Mountain Bike enthusiasts, we have built a bike trail and skills area/bike park around The Estate for our guests to use - the bike trail is open all year round and is free of charge, the skills area is £5 per day and a disclaimer must be completed prior to riding in the bike park.
Bridport boasts numerous individual shops as well as Waitrose, Morrisons and Lidls. Bridport is famous for being a 'foodie' heaven with fantastic restaurants, bistros and tea rooms. There are plenty of artist studios to visit and galleries. The popular market on Saturday and Wednesday offer both local produce for sale as well as antiques and bric a brac.