The Great British Coast

Dorset’s Dramatic Jurassic Coast The Jurassic Coast is Britain’s only natural World Heritage Site, putting it in the same leagues as the Great Barrier Reef. Why is it special? To explore the 95 miles between Old Harry Rocks overlooking Poole Harbour to the red sandstone cliffs of East Devon is to journey through 185 million years of time, back to the age of dinosaurs. In Lyme Regis, don’t miss the Town Museum and its fossil collection, and the Cobb, the

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Billy Winters Bar and Diner, Portand, Weymouth

Bill Winters Bar and Diner, weymouth

If you fancy somewhere a bit different with fantastic views across Weymouth Bay towards Portland visit Billy Winters just past Ferry Bridge on the causeway over to Portland Bill. This is a rather rustic/retro/highly individual bar/diner which has been fashioned out of a pre-fab building with seating inside and outside on the pebbly beach. The food is excellent ranging from delicious meat dishes, a good vegetarian selection including vegetarian and beetroot burgers and pizzas straight from the wood fired oven.

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The Club House Restaurant in West Bexington, Dorset.

Club House Restaurant West Bexington

Being so close to the sea it would be a shame to come down and stay in our holiday cottages and not find time to indulge in some excellent local sea food. We are rather spoilt for choice but one restuarant that definitely tops the list is the newly opened Club House at West Bexington, about a 10 mile drive from the cottages along the beautiful Coastal Road (B3175) towards Bridport. It is owned by the same family that runs

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