Strolling around Burton Bradstock and you’ll see a picture postcard thatched roof cottage village. Next to the old school is the beautiful church and where you can explore outstanding footpaths and walks in the idyllic countryside.
Come and visit West Dorset’s village of Burton Bradstock and you’ll discover one of Dorset’s most beautiful villages – and a Jurassic Coast beach with stunning high cliffs.
⇒ Burton Bradstock at a glance
- Picture postcard thatched roof cottages
- Burton beach with its amazing 45m high Jurassic cliffs
- The beautiful St Mary’s Church
- Delightful village green with its ancient tree
- Outstanding clifftop, village and countrysidewalks
- Pubs serving excellent food and seafood
- Visit the award winning Hive Beach Cafe
- Freshwater Holiday Park nearby
- The outstanding scenic B3157 Jurassic coastal road
- Regular coastal route bus service
- Close to West Bay & Bridport
Discover Burton Bradstock
Burton Bradstock is a truly beautiful village with its old thatched roof cottages – some are set back and hidden amonst quaint old lanes.
Within easy walking distance are the church, village school, plus a few other local amenities, and two excellent inns, the Anchor Inn and the Three Horseshoes, offering local beers, ciders and serving wonderful locally sourced lunches and evening meals.
Burton Bradstock Jurassic beach
The beach… just a short walk from the village is the delightful Burton beach with the stunning 45m cliffs (there’s also a pay & display car park here), where you’ll also find the Hive Beach Café. The renowned Café is well known for serving great food, including amazing breakfasts, as well as fresh, local seafood.
Exploring the village… near the centre, and next to the small old school in a picturesque setting, is the beautiful Church of St Mary’s, with parts dating from late 14th or early 15th century. The small village green is a delight with its great and old tree at its centre with a seat around the trunk.
The quaint old school, which is still in use, with its playground is right next to the church, opposite some thatched cottages, and a beautiful stream which flows through the Bride Valley and directly past the school. There are various footpaths around this beautiful village that will take you through some of the most glorious and peaceful Dorset countryside.
Go exploring… a frequent bus service passes both ways through the village for those that don’t drive. Leave the car for the day and go exploring. You’ll be amazed at how much more you notice when walking and discover some amazing walks and views.
Go up high with the footpaths on the Jurassic Coast clifftops going both west and east and discover some amazing and outstanding sea and country views. There’s even a golf course up there, it must be one of the best golf courses views!
A short walk from the village is Burton beach with its 45m cliffs!
It’s great place to explore
Just nearby… approximately 1.5 miles from Burton Bradstock is the delightful fishing and harbour village of West Bay, and approximately just a mile further along from West Bay is the market town of Bridport.
Staying is easy… to discover the area as there is some accommodation available in the village, and of course, plenty available at nearby Bridport and West Bay. No problem with accommodation then!
Burton Bradstock a delightful picture postcard village!
⇒ Info Point
Your holiday Information Point (with links) to find out more on what to see and do in Burton Bradstock and the surrounding area.
- Bridport Tourist Information Centre –
Bridport Town Hall, Bucky Doo Square, South Street, Bridport, Dorset DT6 3LF
Telephone 01308 424901
- Burton Bradstock –
More about the village on their website
- Visit-Dorset –
More information from Visit-Dorset
- National Trust –
Information from the National Trust
- Three Horseshoes –
Snacks, restaurant, seafood, drinks and dog friendly
- Anchor Inn –
Snacks, restaurant, drinks, seafood, accommodation
- Hive Beach Cafe –
Award winning cafe by the beach
- South West Coast Path –
Walks overing 630 miles of superb coastline
- The Ridgeway –
Walk the South Dorset Ridgeway
Burton Bradstock is a truly beautiful village with its old thatched roof cottages!