Tel: 07810 698 475 / 01483 283234
Built in 2007, tastefully furnished modern end of terrace, 2 double bedroom non-smoking cottage, located close to the town centre. There is additional parking, a small south facing garden and it is only a 5 minute walk to beach and shops. Bowercroft is unable to accept pets.
|Open All Year|
|Opening (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013)|
Fully restored working watermill in the heart of Lyme Regis. Regular demonstrations of milling, art...0.08 miles away
Lyme Regis cinema showing all of the latest feature films.0.16 miles away
A traditional seaside theatre overlooking the sea and Gun Cliff Walk, with dramatic views from the...0.16 miles away
Built on the site of the family home of Lyme's renowned fossilist Mary Anning, the building is...0.19 miles away
Lyme regis is a picturesque and historic seaside town set in an area of outstanding natural beauty....0.21 miles away
This beach is slightly shelving and is made up of pebbles and sand.
Charmouth is famous, along...1.56 miles away
Set up to encourage safe and sustainable collecting of Jurassic fossils from local beaches, the...1.57 miles away
Golden Cap is the rather obvious name for a high, flat-topped hill of deep orange sandstone on the...4.13 miles away
A steep shelving beach with pebbles and shingle.4.96 miles away
A steeply shelving pebble beach. Located three miles from Bridport. Walkers can enjoy breath-taking...6.64 miles away
The leisure centre is open seven days a week and has a comprehensive programme of activities to...7.53 miles away
Exciting & exhilarating boat trips running from West Bay along the Jurassic Coast.
RIB Blasts,...7.63 miles away
Shingle, sand and pebbles. Steep shelving.
Slipway and harbour.
Auxiliary coastguard.7.7 miles away
Palmers Brewery is situated in the hills on the outstanding Jurassic Coast. Brewery tours take you...7.72 miles away
The Electric Palace in Bridport offers a comprehensive programme of film, theatre, music, comedy...7.78 miles away
From Romans to rope-making. Bridport Museum tells the unique story of the town from its Saxon...7.79 miles away