Beaminster is a picturesque small town in West Dorset. Five miles away is the bustling town of Bridport and the beach at West Bay. In the town and around the historic central square you’ll find a wonderful selection of independent shops, welcoming pubs and award-winning restaurants and cafes.

MAP OF BEAMINSTER & FESTIVAL VENUES

1. Beaminster
2. Box Office at Yarn Barton
3. Public Hall
4. Beaminster Museum
5. St Mary’s Church
6. The Festival Hall at Beaminster School
7. Farr’s

Car Parking
Please do not be put off for fear of difficulty in parking – whilst car parking is limited around St Mary’s Church, though fine for ‘dropping off’ and the Square is busy durn g the day – both long and short stay spaces are available in the town’s car park which is close to the Square behind the Public Hall.

Hospitality in Beaminster
We are lucky to have an excellent selection of eateries and a wide range of fare to suit all tastes

A. Amei Chinese Takeaway
01308 862000

B. Art Deco Café @ Ann Day
www.annday.co.uk
01308 861137

C. Bombay Spice Restaurant
www.bombayspicecuisine.co.uk
01308 861024

D. Brassica Restaurant
www.brassicarestaurant.co.uk
01308 538100

E. Bridge House Hotel & Restaurant
www.bridge-house.co.uk
01308 862200

F. Cilla & Camilla Café
www.cillaandcamilla.co.uk
01308 863477

G. Greyhound Pub
www.greyhoundbeaminster.com
01308 863783

H. Kingfisher Fish & Chips
01308 863103

I. Le Vieux Four
01308 863838

J. The Knapp Inn
01308 862408

K. Red Lion Pub
www.theredlionbeaminster.co.uk
01308 862364

L. Steak Out Restaurant
01308 863285

M. Quigley Bed & Breakfast
www.quigleybandb.co.uk
01308 863498