Located in Lyme Regis, Dorset
Top Deck is a holiday cottage in Lyme Regis, Dorset, sleeping 4 with sea views set in a quiet residential area 5 minutes walk to the town centre
Top Deck is tucked away in a quiet residential street in Lyme Regis just a 5 minute walk to the town centre and seafront. With views of the cliffs and glimpses of the sea the interior follows the seaside theme creating a relaxing environment from which to holiday. There is lots to see and do in Lyme Regis including guided fossil walks, a dinosaur museum, a fossil museum, walks along the South West Coast Path, walks to the National Trust's Golden Cap to take in the views and of course mucking around on the sandy beach which consistently gets awarded a blue flag for water quality and environmental management. Or take to your car and discover some amazing West Dorset countryside, visit West Bay the setting for Broadchurch or nip across the border into Devon and continue to explore the World Heritage Jurassic Coast.
The accommodation at Top Deck comprises of a front door with staircase leading to a living room with bay windows with coastal views, comfortable sofas, flat screen TV, DVD player and WiFi. The kitchen/diner is well equipped with table and chairs for four, gas hob with electric oven, fridge and washing machine. Bedroom one is a double bedroom with en suite shower room with basin and toilet. Bedroom two has been arranged as a twin. The family bathroom has a bath with shower over, basin and toilet.
In the front of the property are two off road parking spaces. Your fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price.
Lyme Regis, nicknamed 'The Pearl of Dorset' is the most westerly town in Dorset and lies on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. The town is famed for its fossils which can be found on its beaches and cliffs. The famous harbour wall known as 'The Cobb' featued in the film and novel of The French Lieutenant's Woman by John Fowles as well as Jane Austen's Persuasion.Read more
Lyme Regis has quite a history and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book. These days, areas of interest include the Lyme Regis Marine Aquarium which displays local fish and marine life from the Jurassic Coast. The Town Mill dates back to 1340 and is fully restored to working order and still produces flour which can be purchased from its shop. Lyme Regis Museum houses a large collection of local memorabilia, historical items and exhibits explaining the local geological and palaeontological treasures. Set into the pavement, outside the museum, is an ornate example of Coade stone work, in the form of ammonites. The Dinosaurland Fossil Museum is also located in Lyme Regis in the former church where Mary Anning, famous fossil collector, dealer, and paleontologist was christened.
A huge choice of restaurants and places to eat awaits visitors to Lyme Regis. With food from all over the world, as well as restaurants serving locally sourced, seasonal produce, there really is something for everyone. There are restaurants, bars and bistros offering traditional English, Thai, Italian, Indian and Asian cuisine; seafood and tapas; and much more.Read less
Exeter is 25 miles away
Bristol is 47 miles away
Bournemouth is 59 miles away