Lyme Regis

Lyme Regis is situated on the mouth of a river, a pretty spot on its own fossil-rich bay, the old town perhaps most famous now for the Cobb, its artificial harbour immortalised in The French Lieutenantís Woman... Read More

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Lyme Townhouse

Lyme Townhouse
Just 2 minutes from Lyme Regis shops and beach, Lyme Townhouse has charming refurbished rooms with free WiFi and en suite bathrooms. Continental breakfasts and selected hot items are included. Lyme Townhouse is within easy walking ... More | visit website
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The Fernhill

The Fernhill

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Located on South Englandís Jurassic coastline, just outside the popular fossil-hunting beaches of Charmouth and the historic seaside town of Lyme Regis is the Fernhill ... More

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Royal Lion Hotel

Royal Lion Hotel

Lyme Regis is a picturesque coastal town, steeped in history and set on the Dorset, Devon border. It is renowned for its dramatic coastline - recently awarded World Heritage status, its fossil beds, fascinating history, and ... More | Double Room: £46 - £70 | visit website

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Mariners Hotel

Mariners Hotel
From the moment you step into the Mariners Hotel, you will be transported into a refined and serene world filled with exceptional levels of style, comfort, relaxation and service. Everything has been designed with you, ... More | visit website
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Dower House Hotel

Dower House Hotel

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Country house hotel with Restaurant and Bar set in over 2 acres of walled grounds with stunning views over the Axe Valley from our large decked terrace. Located only 3 ... More

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