Did you know...Lyme Regis is famous for its fossils?

West Dorset has some of the most unspoilt scenery in Britain. Lyme Regis is a classic seaside town, with a newly-enlarged sandy beach and a famous harbour wall, The Cobb. The beach has been the scene of many significant fossil findings and lucky visitors occasionally make an interesting discovery! Bridport, a quaint market town, is just ten miles from Lyme Regis and continues to charm those on holiday today. Bridport has had a market for over a thousand years, and still houses one each week.

East Cliff Beach

If you’re an avid fan of Broadchurch then this stretch of Dorset’s unique coastline will be a familiar sight indeed, East Cliff Beach provides the backdrop to many of the hit drama’s scenes. Whilst East Cliff Beach may have been the scene of some tense moments in Broadchurch, we can assure you that if you visit during a stay in...

Branscombe to Lyme Regis

Stride 11 miles of the South West Coastal Path from Branscombe, just outside of Beer to Lyme Regis. This Lyme Regis walk is one of the most popular due to two stunning undercliff sections. The undercliff in the direction of Lyme made The Telegraph’s Top 50 Walks in the World, and its unique character was made use of in the...
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