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If you are planning a trip to Lyme Regis, you will not have to look far to discover quality accommodation. This picturesque and historic town has a wide variety of places to stay, and its hotels are among some of the best in the region.
There are 6 properties that match your criteria.
A warm welcome at this small wisteria-clad hotel, set in attractive grounds in a pretty Devon village close to coast...
|Tariff:||75.00 - 135.00|
Set in a fabulous location with beautiful private gardens and magnificent views over the famous Cobb Harbour and World Heritage...
|Tariff:||150.00 - 180.00|
In the centre of town, the hotel has gained an enviable reputation for its friendly service, food and wine.More...
|Tariff:||B&B £55-£75 pppn, DB&B £65-£100 pppn|
An 1880’s rectory house cleverly converted into an attractive ten bedroom hotel we are well known for our beautiful setting.More...
|Tariff:||90.00 - 150.00|
Located in Lyme,17c former coaching Inn drenched in history, lovingly restored.14 en-suite bedrooms, currently awarded four star "Inn" status...More...
|Tariff:||B+B from £49.50 per person|
In a stunning location, just off the A35 between historic Lyme Regis and the Fossil Hunting beaches of Charmouth, FernhillMore...
|Tariff:||From £90 B&B per room|
Several of the excellent Lyme Regis hotels are within walking distance of the area’s glorious beaches and offer stunning views out over the ocean beyond. Known the world over for the abundance of rare fossils and other geological artefacts that can be found in its cliffs, staying so close to this stretch of the iconic Jurassic Coast is a unique opportunity to experience a special part of our British heritage. Other hotels on the outskirts of the town are hidden in the middle of rolling countryside and provide the perfect way to relax and unwind in a tranquil and secluded setting.
As you will be able to see on the listings below, the various hotels in and around the town feature a range of facilities, including indoor and outdoor swimming pools, spa treatments, fine dining and, perhaps most importantly, easy access to Lyme’s extensive shopping, leisure and entertainment amenities.
Both Lyme Regis and its surrounding villages and hamlets have countless examples of attractive historic architecture, and many of these beautiful buildings now operate as luxurious hotels and guesthouses. Dating back hundreds of years to the days when literary legends like Austen, Hardy and Chaucer would write about the region, the range of former coaching inns, country houses and quaint rectories to choose from offer a number of elegant and reasonably priced ways for you to make the most of your holiday accommodation.
The impressive selection of options available in the town does not stop at hotels, however. If you and your group are only stopping for the one night, why not look up the many fine Lyme Regis B&B establishments? Or, for a chance to get closer to the great outdoors, you could try one of the fantastic camping and caravan sites in the area. This could be a particularly good option if you have children with you.