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Cove House Inn

Portland, Dorset

  • Cove House Inn
  • Cove House Inn
  • Cove House Inn
  • Cove House Inn

91 Chiswell,Portland,Dorset,, DT5 1AW

Tel: 01305 820895

Chesil Beach is quite literally our doorstep – a 16 mile sweeping beach of pebbles for a far as the eye can see. The famous Portland cliffs with their stunning natural features stand tall to the south making them an attraction to divers, anglers, birdwatchers, walkers,
climbers, geologists and any other outdoor enthusiast.

Quality, freshly prepared, pub food from our superb menu and specials board is available 7 days a week, with locally caught fish and seafood a regular feature. Click on the menu link for our mouth
watering menu! Inside or outside – take your pick! Our outside seating area allows you to enjoy your meal or relax with
a drink, whilst soaking up the coastal atmosphere in the sun. Witnessing the breathtaking sunsets over
Lyme Bay from The Cove House Inn is a must for all.

Winter days are also memorable at The Cove House Inn. Relax in front of the open fire and watch the stormy seas pound Chesil Beach.

Drinks are a plenty! All the favourite draught lagers, ciders and bitters are available along with fantastic guest real ales. A fine wine list has also been prepared to suit the needs of all wine lovers. Coffee made from freshly ground beans and other hot drinks are available all day long from our Italian imported coffee machine.

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The latest Portland articles from Resort Dorset are previewed below.

15 Aug 2017
It’s Afternoon Tea Week! We find out where to go in Dorset to enjoy this tasty tea-time tradition, and discover a little slice of history along the way. "There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea." – Henry James, Author Britain has some brilliantly bizarre food traditions from cheese rolling to pancake racing but there’s no tastier – and less energetic – tradition than ... Read more...
27 Jul 2017
Dorset is blessed with countless scenic locations to explore in the summer months, from Durdle Door to Portland Bill there are plenty of beauty spots and outdoor activities to enjoy. But what about those rainy days in Dorset when the number one priority is keeping dry? We’ve compiled a list of fantastic Dorset attractions and activities to keep you and your family entertained when the rain takes hold. Rainy Day Attractions & Activities in Dorset What else ... Read more...
16 Mar 2017
Whilst Dorset's Jurassic Coast is first and foremost one of the most significant Earth science sites in the world, it’s also rather beautiful. Inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage Site list in 2001, the listed coastline extends for 95 miles, from Old Harry Rocks in Dorset to Orcombe Point in East Devon. The geology, which is exposed in the cliffs, is a near-continuous sequence of rocks that reveal 185-million years of the Earth’s history, through the ... Read more...
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