- Very Good
- 5 guest reviews
"Excellent location and parking. Some road noise as room was at the front. Extremely friendly staff and nothing was too much trouble...."
"From the moment of my arrival 2 hours before check-in time I was met by friendly and helpful staff. Nothing seemed to be any trouble to them..."
"Lovely friendly hotel, had every thing we needed. Recommend the local kippers...."
"This is a very nice small hotel, in the centre of Bridport. The hotel was nice and clean and the ensuite single room was very nice, a little..."
"The hotel was nice and quaint. All the staff were very helpful and made you feel welcome. The breakfast was excellent. The room which was a..."
About the hotel
The Bridge House Hotel is a 3 Star Metro Hotel, situated on the eastern edge of Bridport town centre, next to the River Asker and gardens which follow the river's course. It is a town house built in 1760 to accommodate a religious order of dissenting ministers. Only recently converted to a hotel in the 1980's, it still contains many interesting features and character.
Bridport is an ideal centre for a touring holiday. It is a market town of Saxon origin with exceptionally wide streets. The Bridport Museum in South Street has exhibits illustrating the history of the town and locality, including its archaeology and geology. Market days are Wednesday and Saturday. One and a half miles south of the town is the quaint harbour of West Bay with its shingle beaches under towering cliffs and a small promenade and is the starting point of Chesil Beach which runs all the way to Portland. Facilities exist in the vicinity for Golfing, Fishing, (both sea and fresh water), Riding, Boating, Walking etc. All rooms have full ensuite facilities and Wi-Fi access; the lounge offers quiet elegance for relaxation, whilst the bar lounge offers the facility to invite conversation for residents and invited friends. A wine bar complements the traditional ambiance of the hotel with over 30 worldwide wines available by the glass. The many excellent town restaurants, all within walking distance, offer a range of cuisines to suit every pallate and pocket. We are open throughout the year, offering short breaks and weekly holidays.
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- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Hotel services
- Limited Hours Room Service, Wake Up Call Available
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- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Excellent location and parking.
Some road noise as room was at the front. Extremely friendly staff and nothing was too much trouble.
A home from home experience
From the moment of my arrival 2 hours before check-in time I was met by friendly and helpful staff.
Nothing seemed to be any trouble to them. The hotel is an elegant period house, although the vintage non-double glazed windows let in some noise from the busy street outside. Being the last building on the street my room overlooked a pleasant well-maintained park, and boasted a delightful walled garden, open to guests. Meals were delicious although, settling down to my slimmer's toast and home-made marmalade I envied the heaped plates of Full Monty breakfasts being served to other guests.