The use of the Beach Huts is limited to Dorset Parent Carer Council members. For other Dorset residents with a disability use will be at the discretion of chair and vice chair of DPCC and will be subject to the conditions of each beach hut lease agreements.


The beach huts that are available are larger than standard beach huts to accommodate wheelchairs and are fitted with ramps and chairs.

Charges:

The charge for all Huts is £7.00 for the day (non refundable).
Payment to be made by cheque or BACS ( more details available once booking has been received).


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Weymouth Beach, Weymouth

Our Weymouth beach hut has a prime spot on the beach with glorious views. It's in place between March and October each year. The hut really stands out and was built specially for us in 2014 by local Shepherds Hut builders, Plankbridge Ltd of Piddlehinton. It's a large, traditional Shepherds Hut design raised off the beach but with easy wheelchair access off the prom and a georgous decked terrace that's just perfect for watching the kids on the beach or relaxing and enjoying a nice cup of tea. Inside is a changing bench, cupboard, LED lights and usual seating. It also has a beach wheelchair for you to use if needed. Situated right next to a café and the toilets at the Old Pier Bandstand end of the prom, it's also convenient for parking,  dropping off and picking up. The Planning Department wanted something 'iconic' and that's what we've got!


Photo Credit:  Mitya Ku

Knoll Beach, Studland (Near Swanage)

Knoll Beach at Studland  (nr. Swanage)  is a National Trust Estate, (no, we are not on the section for nudists, that's towards Shell Bay!) There are charges for admission and car parking unless you are a National Trust member. The beach is soft and sandy. To get to our hut, No.28, park alongside the large disabled parking area, situated to the left of the Visitor Centre. The hut is by the pathway that goes through the dunes. A new and improved ramp for wheelchair access has been fitted.

There is a cafe in the Visitor Centre which is quite pricey, and a gift shop (ditto!).  The large toilet block has accessible facilities.  As the beach has very soft sand, you can have free loan of the beach wheelchair or all terrain pushchair. Both are available from the Visitor Centre should you need it. Dogs are not permitted on the Estate between July and September. The Beach Hut has a large wooden shutter with an automatic lift to raise it, this is brilliant because it is very heavy!


Photo Credit:  dimnikolov

Marine Parade, Lyme Regis

Our hut at Lyme is just a couple of seconds from the soft sandy  beach. Specially built for us in Bridport,  it's larger than all the neighbouring huts and has a door to the front and double doors and ramp to the side to allow for easy wheelchair access. We've even got a beach wheelchair in there thanks to the Lyme Regis Town Council. Available all year this brightly coloured candy striped hut has wonderful views and is close to all amenities.