Looking west from Eype Mouth
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Eype ( // EEP) is a small village in southwest Dorset, England, situated 1+1⁄4 miles (2 km) southwest of Bridport. It lies on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site on the English Channel and is within the civil parish of Symondsbury.
Eype means "steep place". Many of the village buildings can be traced back to the late eighteenth or early nineteenth centuries, but little is known in detail until the Victorian era.
To the west of Eype Beach is Golden Cap, the highest cliff on the south coast of England at 191 m (627 ft) above sea level. In 2011 a beach hut at Eype Beach went on the market for £200,000.
The village contains Eype's Mouth Country Hotel, The New Inn (operated by Palmers Brewery), Eype House Caravan and Camping Park and Highlands End Holiday Park.
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- "PJ Harvey's Eype Church album to be released".
- Media related to Eype at Wikimedia Commons