Visiting Bridport

Parking

For parking options in Bridport, please see HERE.  

For parking rates and a handy pdf map please see Here

Please note there is no parking on Asker Meadows except Disabled Parking which is situated on the event field itself just off Sea Road South (A35) you will find the entrance opposite the exit from Pasture Way.  Please see map below.

Where to Stay

www.westdorset.com features many places to stay in the Bridport area and beyond.

www.visit-dorset.com has a wide range of accommodation ideas across the county.

By Road: From the Midlands take the A34 towards Winchester. Follow the M27, then the A31 to Ringwood. Join the A35 to Dorchester and head west towards Bridport. Follow the signposts for West Bay.

From the South East take the M3 then the M27 at Bournemouth and then on to the A31.

By Train and Bus: Bridport is served by Axminster, Crewkerne, and Dorchester South railway stations. These routes are operated by South West Trains.

The number 31 bus runs from both Axminster and Dorchester South stations to Bridport approximately every hour during week days and Saturdays.

For further information visit www.firstgroup.com

First Group also operate train service to Maiden Newton railway station, 9 miles from Bridport.

A scenic bus route also serves Bridport, the X53 Jurassic Coast Bus Service.

Please note that parking on the Festival Site is for Exhibitors and Disabled ONLY.

Bridport Interest

www.bridportradio.co.uk a fantastic resource of what’s on and where to go in Bridport.

Bridport Arts Centre runs over 100 events each year and attracts a fantastic range of artists and performers through its doors each week.  www.bridport-arts.com

www.spiritofbridport.org promotes a range of forthcoming cultural and sporting events.

The St Michael’s Trading Estate  includes a host of creative enterprises and businesses including designers, film and media production, sculpture, upholstery, printing, illustrators, metal works, stone masons, vintage cars, net-making, an auctioneer house, hairdressers, interior design and antiques.  and various specialist retail outlets; textiles, blinds, tiles, furniture, bathrooms, carpets, electrical appliances, timber, flooring, essential oils, installations.  http://www.enterprisestmichaels.org.uk 

http://www.bridportantiques.co.uk




2 Responses to “Visiting Bridport”

  1. Christine Harley Reply April 19, 2012 at 5:50 pm

    Any chance we can have a map of the disabled parking

  2. Hello Christine – I have added a map as requested which I hope will be helpful.

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