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Hotels in Lyme Regis

Mariners Hotel
Silver Street
Lyme Regis
Dorset

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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, our guests, in mind. The hotel has a glorious garden where guests can sample the joys of alfresco dining while soaking up panoramic views of the bay. The bar area is also a fabulous place to just kick back and let the world slowly pass you by, whether it be with the finest Italian coffee or something a little stronger. Lyme Regis is undoubtedly one of England’s most precious pockets of nature and a place simply filled to the brim with charm and beauty. Blessed with breathtaking coastlines and countryside, which are among the finest to be discovered anywhere in the world, the region is perhaps most famed for its geology and magnificent fossil finds. A visit to this magical destination, with its rich and compelling history, will thoroughly delight you with one enchanting experience after another. Officially designated as an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, every day brings the promise of a new adventure, and the whole place is sure to keep you enthralled for however long you stay. The quaint and captivating essence of Lyme Regis is perfectly embodied in the Mariners Hotel. Formerly a Coaching Inn, this charismatic 17th century building has been lovingly renovated to showcase everything that makes this part of the country so special.

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