Lyme Regis Cottages

Often referred to as the Pearl of Dorset, Lyme Regis is a town packed with natural appeal. Well known for its coastal views, historic 14th-century town centre, harbour and Blue Flag beaches. Nestled up against the Devon border, this is a great location to explore both counties and the Jurassic Coast that has attracted holidaymakers for centuries. With the South West Coast Path running along this AONB, it is an ideal location for walkers and ramblers alike. The wide safe beaches are perfect for a traditional bucket and spade holiday or for taking to the water, whether that be by boat, windsurfing or even waterskiing. Explore all that this infamous town has to offer from the comfort of one of our Lyme Regis cottages.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Lyme Regis

This beautiful coastal town is known for its stunning scenery, rich history, and fossil-filled beaches. With, a wide selection of holiday cottages in Dorset we have the ideal holiday home for you.

Here are the top five things to see and do from our cottages in Lyme Regis:

The Cobb

One of the most iconic landmarks in Lyme Regis is The Cobb, a historic harbour wall that extends into the sea. It's famous for its appearance in Jane Austen's novel "Persuasion" and the film adaptation of John Fowles' "The French Lieutenant's Woman." Take a leisurely stroll along The Cobb and enjoy panoramic views of the coastline.

Lyme Regis Fossil Beach

Known as the "Jurassic Coast," Lyme Regis offers fossil-rich beaches that attract visitors and fossil enthusiasts from all over the world. Head to the Lyme Regis Fossil Beach, particularly the stretch around Charmouth, and search for ancient fossils embedded in the rocks. Be sure to follow any safety guidelines to preserve the natural environment.

Lyme Regis Museum

To learn more about the history of Lyme Regis and its fascinating geology, visit the Lyme Regis Museum. The museum showcases a wide array of fossils, historical artefacts, and exhibits that provide insight into the town's maritime heritage and significant discoveries made in the area.

Marine Theatre

Experience some local culture and entertainment by attending a performance at the Marine Theatre. This charming venue hosts various events, including live music concerts, theatre productions, comedy shows, and film screenings. Check the schedule to see what's on during your visit.

Golden Cap

Take a hike to Golden Cap, the highest point on the southern coast of England. The trail offers breathtaking views of the coastline and surrounding countryside. The hike might be a bit challenging in places, but the reward is worth it when you reach the top and take in the stunning vistas.

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