A gently curved, architect-designed Dorset lodge that boasts uninterrupted views of the beach, with the scenic Jurassic coastal path mere moments away.
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathroom: 1
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights

Exquisitely nestled in the historic Dorset village of Eype, which is dramatically set on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast, The Wave is a modern, architect-designed lodge that showcases the surrounding sea views to breath-taking perfection.

In fact, if you’re a fan of the hit TV show Broadchurch, the scenery may look familiar – not only is the chalet from Series One just opposite, but the show’s main filming location of West Bay is a short drive away.

Sleeping up to six guests, you can relax with a Sea Breeze in the open-plan living and dining space, with a well-equipped kitchen running alongside, and comfy furniture positioned right by the huge bi-fold doors.

(Yes, there’s a TV… but with scenery as incredible as this, you may decide you don’t need it!)

When the sun’s out, you can head through those doors, straight out onto the decking terrace for laughter-fuelled conversation at the bench seating, as day slowly transforms into night.

Ideal for families, there’s a mix of stylish bedrooms to choose from, all decorated in fresh, coastal colours, and boasting a serene ambience to help ease you into a sound night’s sleep.

You’ll find a cosy double and a twin room on the ground floor, and a kingsize room – complete with its own TV, and gorgeous sloped window to help you awake to stunning sea views – on the first.

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At a glance

  • A modern, architect-designed chalet for 6 guests, beautifully nestled in the Dorset village of Eype on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast.
  • The open-plan lounge and diner faces huge, scenery-showcasing bi-fold doors, through which is a decking terrace with bench seating.
  • There’s a twin and a double bedroom on the ground-floor, and a kingsize room with sea views on the first (please note this room has some restricted head height).
  • The coastal path is moments away, or jump in the car to visit Bridport and West Bay. You can also visit the Golden Cap, along with some of the filming locations used for the hit TV show Broadchurch.


  • Family Friendly
  • Seaside Breaks


Architect-designed beach chalet, sleeps 6 guests.  Ground floor: open-plan lounge and diner with seating, TV, Wi-Fi, dining table and chairs, underfloor heating, bi-fold doors to furnished decking terrace.  Well-equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer.  Twin and double bedroom, bathroom with bath, shower, basin, WC.  First floor: kingsize bedroom. 

Local Activities

Walking, cycling, hill-climbing, beaches, shops, markets, cafés, restaurants, historic sites

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With a bath and a shower, you’ll find the bathroom gainfully equipped for morning freshen-ups, and then it’s on to the important task of exploring the area!

The steeply shelving pebble beach at Eype is wonderfully atmospheric (in fact, Eype means “steep place’), and you’re mere moments from the coastal path, along which you can take in the Jurassic Coast in all its sweeping glory.

Meanwhile, to the west lies Golden Cap, the highest point in Dorset. Climb to the top, and be rewarded with the most spectacular, far-reaching coastal views imaginable.

You’re also just three miles from bustling Bridport, and four from West Bay, so whether you enjoy browsing antique markets, savouring salty fish-and-chip suppers, or shopping ‘til you drop, you’ll have everything you could ask for, right at your feet.

Just don’t forget to make it back to The Wave in time to catch that magnificent sunset – it’s an unforgettable sight that’ll soon become addictive.

Things to note

Pets are not permitted. A cot and highchair can be provided on request.

Where you'll be staying

Eype, Dorset

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