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Dolphins River Caravan Park - Charmouth Dorset
on the Jurassic Coast
 

Eating out:  Pubs and restaurants are now open for drinks and meals both outside and inside. A take-away service is still provided by many. A nice pub garden can be very appealing. There are plenty to choose from in this part of the world.....

The New Inn at Kilmington - only 12 minutes or so from Dolphins. All local produce used. Their Sunday roast is very good. The New Inn also has a rather nice garden for drinks / meals.

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In this part of the world you are spoilt for choice with places to eat out. The Harbour Inn at Axmouth is another recommended pub with excellent meals.


Harbour Inn fish in beer batter with chips, peas and their own tartar sauce

Some other places worth a mention:

Anchor Inn - Seatown


Close to the beach with sea and country views. Good food.

Ducky's - Beer (beach)


Probably the best crab sandwiches in East Devon.
Good food at good prices.
Excellent beach location.

Hare and Hounds - Waytown, near Bridport


A real country pub in a quiet village with superb countryside views.
Excellent home-cooked food.

The Spyway Inn - Askerswell, near Bridport


A countryside village location with countryside views.
Very good home-cooked food.

Diamond's Tea Room - Axminster


A lovely countryside location with superb country views over the Axe Valley.
Perfect for light lunches and tea with homemade cakes. Locally made ice-cream.

Sidmouth Arms - Upottery


A countryside village location about 25 minutes away from Charmouth

The Lobster Pot - Portland


Probably the best crab sandwiches in West Dorset
Excellent location with amazing sea views.

The Teapot - Millers Farm Shop, Kilmington, Axminster


An excellent cafe, good value and using all local produce well prepared

West Bay Tearooms - West Bay


Freshly baked scones.
One of the best cream teas in Dorset having won awards