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Welcome To Dippers, West Dorset

Liz and Don warmly welcome you to their home in the beautiful West Dorset village of Uploders in the Dorset ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. We wish for you to enjoy a comfortable, high quality stay. 

Dippers sits on the bank of the River Asker and is in a wonderful location from which to enjoy the dramatic Jurassic coast, England’s first natural World Heritage Site, and to tour and explore Dorchester and Hardy country.

Apart from the natural scenery there is always plenty to see and do in the picturesque seaside towns of Lyme Regis, Bridport and West Bay, and Weymouth.

Please take a look at the places to visit page and the calendar page for more information.

Dippers is set back from a quiet road there is ample off-road parking on the forecourt.

Liz and Don Moxom


Dippers has three upstairs letting rooms - a double overlooking the garden with en suite bathroom, a twin/double with en suite shower room and a single which has private facilities (not en suite) and which are located on the ground floor.


Facilities in the double rooms include tea/coffee making, Freeview television, hairdryer and fridge to provide bottled water and fresh milk. The single room has tea/coffee making facility, Freeview television and hairdryer. There is bottled water and fresh milk is provided daily in a flask.

Places To Visit In Dorset
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Nearby places to visit include Bridport, which has a Wednesday & Saturday morning flea market and is full of historic buildings and independent businesses.

To the west the coastal towns of Charmouth and Lyme Regis are renowned for their historical, literary and fossil interests. To the east are Abbotsbury and its Swannery and sub-tropical gardens....

Village of the uploders
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Uploders lies in the Asker valley under the spectacular hill-fort of Eggardon, and is just two miles from Dorset’s ‘Jurassic Coast’ and within easy reach of historic Bridport and fossil-famous Charmouth and Lyme Regis. Uploders is the eastern part of the parish of Loders where the 12th century church of St Mary Magdelaine is situated...

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