Situated on the beach by the harbour of West Bay, occupying a unique position on the World Heritage Coastline you will find the Bridport Arms Hotel where you can wine, dine, stay and relax.
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This perfect corner of Dorset with the amazing Jurassic coast will take your breath away! As seen in "Broadchurch" the ITV drama starring David Tennant & Olivia Colman.
Whether it's walking the stunning Dorset coastline; visiting the many national trust gardens and historic houses in the area; relaxing by the harbour watching the world go by; or visiting the bustling market town of Bridport, there will always be plenty to do.
The Bridport Arms Hotel is ideal for business and leisure breaks. Whether you're looking for a short break or a week by the sea, spoil yourself and stay in one of our gorgeous en-suite rooms. For a special romantic break book our luxury suite with 4 poster bed! All rooms include tea and coffee facilities plus local biscuits from Moores of Bridport. An overnight stay at The Bridport Arms includes a very generous breakfast with hot and cold options available - just what you need to set you up for the day! Remember, for the best hotel rates, book direct with us.
Non-residents are welcome to wine and dine in our bar and hotel restaurant. Sample local real ales and fine food including many fish and seafood specialities. Please view our extensive lunch menu and dinner menu.
lovely stay in the four poster room
I think this is the best place to stay in West Bay as it is right on the beach and the staff are friendly. The breakfast was very nice, although I didn't see any of the freshly baked croissants mentioned on the menu. We had dinner in the restaurant and the food was really very enjoyable. I don't usually have dessert but was tempted by the sticky toffee pudding despite worrying that it might be too filling - it wasn't because it was a lovely light sponge with an equally light sauce. My only complaint was that I was a bit too hot to sleep well, but it was July I suppose.