Bide Yer

Tideways, Salway Ash, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 5HU

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  • Adults
  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Bide Yer Caravan Site is an adults only, 5 pitch site, set in the heart of the peaceful Dorset Countryside. Located just outside of Bridport on the B3162, close to the village of Salway Ash. Bide Yer Caravan Site is open all year round to Club members only. All pitches are level hard standing, have easy access and each has their own water & electric hook-ups. There is a toilet block and waste disposal facilities on site. Pitches are charged out at £16.00 a night, payable in cash on arrival. Bide Yer Caravan Site is the ideal base for a visit to the Jurassic Coast. West bay, Charmouth, Eype, Lyme Regis and other coastal towns are all within easy reach. Also, Washingpool Farm Shop, Restaurant and fishing lakes is located less than a mile from the site. You can check availability by browsing the calendars on our website. We look forward to welcoming you to our site.

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  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Lat 50.762215 / Lon -2.773774
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Bide Yer
Home now after another stay (12 days) at this CL. Arrived in very wet weather conditions in late afternoon but soon got set up on pitch 1 as site was now full. Alan turned up later and gave us a nice welcome and allowed me to park our vehicle in the barn out of the way of other caravaners as not a lot of space with our 7-5metre caravan. Weather changed for the good and we had a lovely holiday visiting family and the coast around dorset and devon. Site grass kept mowed and picked up, toilet disposal area kept clean. Toilets not open when we arrived but not a problem as we use our own. Toilets opened by Alan when a camper with no facilities arrived. Lovely view towards Bridport and West Bay from all pitches. Keep an eye open for the Buzzards circling around and roosting in the trees also a deer feeds in the field in front of the pitches early morning. We also saw a barn owl fly along the front of the pitches one evening. Once again a great holiday at a great CL made even better by our friendly host with his chats and banter most nights. We have already booked again for a winter week. See you soon Alan many thanks B&B

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A lovely place for a peaceful break

Bide Yer
Just returned from four nights here. Spotlessly clean toilet, an indoor chemical toilet emptying facility. Daily cleaning. A friendly welcome was given & directions to avoid narrow lanes. We were delayed be a breakdown but Alan & Gillian were flexible & accommodating. Basic, just 5 hard standing pitches, water and ehu to each, not the largest pitches but adequate. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay, one of the highlights was fish & chips from the van which visits the village hall next door every other Saturday, delicious! Many thanks Alan & Gillian.

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Reviewed on 06/12/2020 21:07

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Bide Yer
Stayed here for a week in October and found the location to be just as previous reviews had stated which made it ideal for what we wanted. A great central location for access to the Jurassic coast and yet only 5mins from Bridport for supplies.The first few days of our stay were wet and windy, but each pitch is hardstanding with a good approach track, so no problems if you don't have a 4x4. Highly recommended.

JohnNutting

Reviewed on 26/10/2020 11:33

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Great Site

Bide Yer
Could not ask for a better site . Facilities for a CL very good. As this site is open all year round will definitely use in the winter months. Alan was very helpful and friendly. Ian & Jeni Grantham

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Reviewed on 21/09/2020 07:10

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Bide Yer
We were attracted to this site as it was close to Bridport and was adult only. We spent 3 nights here, weather was fine. Five hardstanding, level pitches with a generous pitch of grass to the side. Water and electric at each pitch. We were mesmerised watching the tractor cutting the fields and the produce bailed up and collected over the 2 days of our stay. This meant it wasn't particularly quiet but it didn't bother us, we found it entertaining, it was still very peaceful and relaxing. (watching someone else work, haha!) There are great views across the fields to Bridport. The toilet is in a wooden hut at one end and we found it very clean. (The entrance door to the loo is facing away from the pitches). We cycled into Bridport a couple of times (took about 15 mins but longer and uphill on the way back - nothing too strenuous). There is a cafe half way which looked popular but we didn't go in. We also cycled to West Bay and enjoyed a couple of hours on the beach. We would stay here again.

Kjskaren

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Reviewed on 14/08/2020 19:58

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