Broadlands bed and breakfast apartment is a modern self-contained B&B with a difference!
Just forty metres from the World Heritage 'Jurassic' coastline and famous beach, Broadlands is an ideal base to enjoy the surrounding countryside. The B&B is within easy walking distance of an award-winning restaurant, cafes, pubs and local amenities.
The spacious bed and breakfast accommodation, with 285sq feet of space, comprises of one super king OR twin bedded, en-suite room and we can accommodate up to one baby in a travel cot by arrangement. It has it's own entrance, parking space, dining area with fridge and some self-catering facilities. The room has a 32inch flat screen TV with FreeSat, DVD player, a radio and Wi Fi connection.
Help yourself at anytime to a continental-style breakfast provided. Breakfast includes orange juice, fresh coffee/tea, grapefruit, cereals, local ham, organic or free range local eggs (when available), fresh bread from the Charmouth bakery and top quality jams and preserves. You can eat this at your leisure and all washing up is taken care of when your room is made up. There are facilities for making your own lunch and/or eating takeaways. Sorry no dogs.
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Phone: 01297 561181
Write to: Broadlands, Lower Sea Lane, Charmouth, Dorset DT6 6LR
Broadlands is situated in the tranquil and unspoilt village of Charmouth on the western fringes of West Dorset. Charmouth has a south facing beach & safe bathing waters and is internationally recognised as one of the finest fossil beaches in Europe. There are regular organised walks from the Charmouth Heritage Centre. The coastal path, in view of Broadlands, rises to the east eventually overlooking the magnificent Golden Cap... this is great walking country.
Lyme Regis is 3 miles to the west with its historic Cobb harbour, from where you can take boat trips for sight-seeing or mackerel fishing. In particular, look out for the Frances Jane, 'the prettiest boat in the harbour'. Lyme has several good restaurants, some interesting shops and the Philpot museum. West of the town, along the coast, is the National Nature Reserve (NNR) known as the Undercliff, an atmospheric, almost sub-tropical wilderness where you can find rare plants such as the bee and marsh orchids in abundance. While you're in Lyme, don't miss the fascinating restored working Town Mill where you can watch grain being ground by huge millstones. There is also a pottery, gallery and café.
Axminster is 6 miles to the west in East Devon and has recently become the home of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's River Cottage HQ. In the centre of the market town is the River Cottage Store and Canteen where you can buy locally supplied produce and enjoy good, honest and simple food at a remarkably reasonable price.
The market town of Bridport, 6 miles to the east, became famous for rope
and net making is. At the height of demand, hemp rope was actually made
in the towns streets, hence their unusual width.
Bridport has several good restaurants and a very active arts centre, where every 2nd Saturday of the month (9am - 1pm) a farmers market is held. There are also bustling street markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays with a wide range of stalls ranging from antiques, bric-a-bric and clothes, to organic vegetables and other local produce.