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Highlights in Lyme Regis
- Family holidays
- Fossil hunting
- Lovely beaches
- Pretty town
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Pretty Lyme Regis, otherwise known as the ‘Pearl of Dorset’, is famous for its golden sandy beaches, fossils hunting adventures and plethora of things to do for all the family. The entire urban area of Lyme Regis is a delight, with a historic centre and lovely, leafy suburbs, so wherever you rent a cabin, you are in for a treat. If you are coming for a walking holiday, consider staying on the west side of the town, which provides direct access to the trails of the Lym Valley coastal walk.Cosy and spacious log cabins
Comfortable and spacious yet cosy cabins often feature open plan kitchen/diners as well as a comfortable family space for relaxing and socialising, replete with wood burning stoves for maximum contentment on those winter evenings. Charming lodges in Lyme Regis come with paved or grassy outdoor space with furniture for al fresco dining or relaxing in the fresh Dorset air.
Travellers and activities
Lyme Regis is home to numerous beaches covered by both sand and pebbles. Monmouth beach is best for fossil hunting, whereas Church cliff is fantastic for rock pooling and even fishing when the water is at the right level. In summer, Town Beach is a huge hit among families due to its sheltered stretch of pristine golden sand offering the quintessential seaside experience.Lyme Regis for dog-friendly holidays
Lyme Regis is a really dog friendly town with many of its beaches, including East Cliff, Church Cliff and Monmouth Beach allowing dogs all year round. The town’s main beach – Town Beach – is also open to dogs but from October to May. Looking for some variety? Lym Valley trail offers spectacular dog walking territory along the Undercliffs from Lyme Regis to Seaton, which comes highly recommended!Lyme Regis for Jurassic adventures
Lyme Regis is on the Jurassic Coast, which covers 130 kilometres of gorgeous Devonshire coastline and is one of the world’s finest places for fossil hunting. Take your kids on an adventure to Dinosaur Land, a joyful, indoor Jurassic Park overflowing with fossilised remains and lifelike dinosaur models, including a 73kg dinosaur dung exhibit will have them in raptures!
Lyme Regis is the home to the first ever fossil shop in Britain, which has been in business since 1826!
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Spend a day as day’s were meant to be spent exploring the lovely town of Dorchester, where thousands of years of history are wrapped up in one beautiful and compact town centre. While you are there, don’t miss the fascinating family friendly Dinosaur Museum!2. Visit the infamous ‘Cobb’
Backing Lyme Regis’ main beach there is a promenade lined with colourful beach huts and cafes leading to the town’s historic sea wall, known as ‘The Cobb’. A delightful place simply to take a walk and watch the boats come in and out of the harbour.3. Soak up the rays in the town’s most beautiful park
Just up from the Cobb you will find Langmoor Gardens, the local’s favourite park for kicking back and soaking up the sunshine. Its elevated position on the hillside affords fortuitous visitors beautiful views over Lyme Bay.4. Peruse the town’s many shops and art galleries
The town’s high street boasts a profusion of independent shops, ideal for an afternoon’s gentle perusing. Numerous art galleries are also dotted around the centre showcasing the work of local artists – the opportunities to pick up a souvenir you will treasure for years to come are boundless!5. Give your children a day to remember
Pecorama is Lyme Regis’ number one family day out. Beautifully landscaped gardens, a model railway, a petting zoo, children’s play areas, crazy golf and summertime family entertainment. This is where childhood memories are created for a lifetime!6. Feed the fish at a family run aquarium
Lyme Regis Marine Aquarium prides itself on offering all visitors a truly interactive experience. Kids simply love the unique experience of hand feeding the aquarium’s shoal of mullet, which gently suck and prod at their fingers and thumbs!7. Enjoy a very special fish and chips
Take a fishing trip from Lyme Regis Harbour. Beginners are more than welcome, as you will be given full instructions on how the rods and reels work. Then take the fish you catch to Herbies Fish bar where they will be cooked for you to perfection!