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Lyme Bay House
34 West Cliff
Dawlish
Devon

EX7 9DN | View map

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Lyme Bay House is a friendly and comfortable licensed Guest House centrally situated and close to the centre of the historic South Devon town of Dawlish. It is only 11 miles from the county capital Exeter and therfore an ideal alternative place to stay for business travellers. Lyme Bay House is within a few minutes walking distance to beaches, shops, lawns and gardens, the mainline railway station and other amenities. The Licensed Bar is a wonderful place for customers to meet and enjoy a drink before or after their evening meal.Nikki said, "We wanted to develop a bright, vibrant, fresh holiday feel to the hotel. After all, our customers come here to relax and enjoy themselves - even those that are here on business!"Whether your stay is for business or pleasure we will do our best to make your stay with us memorable. Hopefully you will become one of the many that return time after time to stay at Lyme Bay House in Dawlish - perhaps you'll also tell your friends. We hope to see you soon.

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