Manor House Hotel, Restaurant & Pub

A 16th Century Manor House with stunning views over Chesil Beach

"Family run, friendly and full of character"

Customer Notice

The Manor is now fully open. There are some logistical & operational changes to reflect the current environment, with socially distanced tables for dining, (inside & out) bedrooms being sanitized between lets, and public areas having the same periodic treatment .

The Manor will be participating in the Governments 'Eatout to Help out' promotion Monday thru Wednesdays in August. Please book to avoid disappointment. Eat Out to Help Out


Quality Vi-Sprung Beds


A relaxing stay, moments from the beach

13 En suite bedrooms
Top quality Vi-Sprung mattresses
Recently refurbished
Ample Car Parking
Lovely Gardens



Fresh, local and delicious

A contemporary menu, with classics
A team of local skilled chefs
We use the best ingredients
We only use wild sea fish
Open every day
Roasts every Sunday, 12:00 to 14:00(or until sold out)


Celebrations & Events

Weddings and Special Events

Sea view Marquees
Full in-house catering
Private function rooms
Civil Ceremony/Wedding license

Cosy Bar

The Bar

A warm and cosy Cellar Bar

Sit by the roaring fire
Enjoy a light lunch
Real Ales and great food
Open every day

Find us

West Bexington
01308 897660

The Manor is located between Bridport and Weymouth, on a quiet no through road in the village of West Bexington


Mr & Mrs S. May 2018

"Very well-run and friendly hotel. location is first class. Food excellent, dinner has a good choice , good home cooked dishes. Breakfast again excellent and cooked to order. Staff especially friendly, good informal atmosphere."

Lewys P. April 2018

"Great place for an evening meal with a nice atmosphere."

Heather. April 2019

"we were so very pleased with how our wedding went at the very lovely Manor Hotel, your staff was so very helpful and informative and couldn't have been more friendly. The food was amazing, all our guests were so impressed."

A stones throw...

The Manor is a 16th Century building surrounded by an area of outsanding natural beauty