Places to stay

Stay with us and enjoy views like these from your doorstep © National Trust/Zoe Stansfield

Stay with us and enjoy views like these from your doorstep

Stay a while

With so much unspoilt coast and countryside to explore, the Golden Cap Estate is an ideal holiday location. With holiday cottages, a campsite and a bunkhouse to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect place to stay. All are in dream settings and just minutes from our gorgeous coastline.

Take a look at the different options below.

Great holiday cottages

The cottages are nestled in an idyllic setting on the Golden Cap Estate © National Trust

The cottages are nestled in an idyllic setting on the Golden Cap Estate

Ash, Beech, Elm and Oak cottages

Four cosy holiday cottages sleeping either four or five people, in a converted thatched farmhouse. Approached via a narrow track, a stay here offers a real sense of getting away from it all. Footpaths up to Golden Cap and the rest of the estate lead right from your doorstep, and there's a lovely shared picnic area.

Find out more and book your stay:

Great holiday cottages

Great walks, amazing views, a tasty tea-room right next door... © National Trust Holiday Cottages

Great walks, amazing views, a tasty tea-room right next door...

Downhouse Farm Cottage

This semi-detached, former farmworker's cottage stands on a hillside which affords great views over the glorious countryside all round. It's ideally situated to enjoy splendid walks on the Golden Cap estate and close to the thriving market town of Bridport. The cottage is also next door to a fantastic seasonal tea-room garden where you can take a break from all that exploring.

Sleeps four, two bedrooms.

Great holiday cottages

Live the rural Dorset dream at Shedbush © National Trust Holiday Cottages

Live the rural Dorset dream at Shedbush

Shedbush Farmhouse

Fancy a slice of rural paradise? Nestling at the bottom of a sheltered valley, Shedbush Farmhouse forms part of a group of farm buildings dating from the 17th century. Restored to a superb standard, the farmhouse sits in a half an acre of land which includes a picnic area with views of Golden Cap. You're ideally situated for exploring the miles of beautiful coastal and cliff walks which criss-cross the estate.

Sleeps six, three bedrooms.

Great holiday cottages

A touch of luxury at Portland House © Mike Henton/National Trust Magazine

A touch of luxury at Portland House

Portland House

Situated just along the coast near the bustling resort of Weymouth, this luxurious villa is ideal for celebrating special occasions with friends and family. It's stylishly furnished in Art Deco style and contains some beautiful original features and period furniture. It certainly makes the most of its enviable location on the Jurassic Coast. The two terraces, large French windows and arcaded loggias all offer breathtaking sea views.

Sleeps 12, seven bedrooms.

Get outdoors and closer to nature at this simple campsite

Get outdoors and closer to nature at this simple campsite

St Gabriel's campsite

Enjoy a family or group holiday at our friendly campsite, also suitable for caravans. The basic site provides an authentic camping experience, and it's a brilliant base from which to explore the delights of Dorset.

To find out more or book a stay, contact the West Dorset office on 01297 489481 or by email.

 

The basic but homely accommodation is great for groups © Rob Rhodes

The basic but homely accommodation is great for groups

Golden Cap bunkhouse

This historic Second World War building is great for a group of friends or a family break seeking an outdoor adventure.

The basic accommodation has two bedrooms with bunkbeds, a lounge, dining room, kitchen and bathroom and an outside picnic area.

To find out more or book a stay, visit the website or call the team direct on 0844 335 1296.

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