**Now booking for Spring/Summer 2019**
4 Lymbrook Cottages is a delightful self-catering, riverside cottage tucked away in the unspoilt and historic town of Lyme Regis on the Dorset coast.
An old and charming cottage, it is quietly situated about 8 minutes walk to the beach. The light, airy rooms, sunny garden and trickle of the river all combine to create the perfect relaxing atmosphere.
The entrance to the cottage leads into an open plan sitting room, dining area and separate kitchen.
The sitting room is comfortably furnished with two sofas around a brick fireplace. The sunny window seat is a perfect place to read a newspaper or holiday novel. There is also a TV and DVD player (along with a small selection of books, games and DVDs for guests to use). A dining table and chairs can be used to eat fish and chip suppers from - or whatever you have caught that day!
The kitchen is well equipped with a fridge-freezer, cooker, microwave, washing machine and tumble dryer.
The staircase leads to two bedrooms and the bathroom. The master bedroom (with a comfortable double bed) overlooks the River Lym, while the second bedroom contains two single beds and a handy wash basin. There is lots of storage room in the bedrooms.
The bathroom contains a small bath, an electric shower, lavatory and wash basin.
You can enjoy a glass of wine or cup of tea on the cottage's own balcony which overlooks the River Lym or under a veranda at the front of the cottage (garden furniture is provided). The shared, but secluded walled garden is mainly laid to grass surrounded by attractive, well stocked borders.
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Lyme Regis where "warm days will never cease" (John Keats)
On the Dorset and Devon border lies the fascinating town of Lyme Regis, the Pearl of the Jurassic Coast, which has been designated a World Heritage Site. Visitors have always enjoyed its dramatic location, its wealth of history and its reputation for good weather.
The maze of steep, narrow streets, shops, galleries, pubs and cafes, will find appeal with everyone. Famous for its ancient Cobb Harbour, which dominates the view out to sea from the south facing beaches, Lyme Regis provides safe bathing and a promenade on which to wander. It was on these beaches that Mary Anning discovered the first Ichthyosaur to be found in England and today the area continues to attract fossil collectors of all ages. Sailors too will enjoy the attractions of Lyme Bay with its opportunities for sailing, wind surfing and water skiing.
Lyme Regis is an ideal centre for those who wish to explore on foot. The Undercliff National Nature Reserve is one of the most unspoilt areas of the coast and is accessible only to walkers.
A unique town, Lyme Regis will weave its magic on you.
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Lyme Regis is located in the centre of Lyme Bay on the Dorset/Devon border between Exmouth and Weymouth.
Lyme Regis is easily accessible by car, rail, coach and air.
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Main services from Waterloo to Exeter stop at Axminster for Lyme Regis (X31 bus is timetabled to depart shortly after trains arrive, and is about a 15 or 20 minute journey or you can use a taxi service). See the national rail website for timetable details.
National Express coaches also serve the town. See the National Express website for details.
Exeter International Airport (29 miles), Bournemouth International Airport (56 miles) and Bristol International Airport (72 miles) are all within driving distance of the cottage.
Prices start from £280 based on a stay of seven nights, arriving at 2:00pm on Saturday, departing at 10:00am on Saturday.
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