Coming from Canada, my wife and I stayed at Sal's St Andrew's Well Annex because of a wedding we were attending in Bridport. We found Sal's place in the Air BnB listing, and I thought, "hmm... price is right, location seems ideal, looks great in the pics, see what happens...". Turned out to be a great choice.
The location is along side the road coming into Bridport from the north, more or less in the north-eastern corner of town. It is basically a self-contained apartment opposite the main house, across beautiful a triangular garden/courtyard. We found it to be exactly as depicted in the Air BnB photos, inside and out.
There is a private covered car port for your car. There is a locked access door into this courtyard, actually a door in a wall, not just a gate in a fence, giving it a feeling of great privacy and security even though it is in the town proper. It was very quiet at night as there was little traffic on the road when it got late.
It was basically a compact 1 bedroom apartment with a bedroom with a very comfortable king sized bed and a sitting room with compact kitchenette, tv and sofa bed to handle a couple of additional guests as required, plus an ensuite bathroom with shower. Our adult son came out from London and stayed with us on our visit, using the sofa bed.
There was a barbecue outside in the courtyard available to guests as well as a laundry facility adjacent to the apartment, although with our two-day stay we used neither. Sal also provides the basics to provide your own breakfast with eggs, milk and bread, which we took advantage of.
Within easy walking distance south is a supermarket, so if you were staying an extended period you could prepare all your own meals in-house, including barbecue if desired. The town centre is a walk of a little over a mile but if you drive there is lots of parking in town.
The hosts, Sal and David, were incredibly warm, kind and considerate, far beyond my expectations. I would recommend Sal and David's place to anyone visiting Dorset and we will definitely book again next time we visit southern UK.