Occupying an enviable beach-front position in the heart of Lyme Bay, this detached holiday property boasts uninterrupted stunning views over the beach towards Golden Cap, the harbour and the historic Cobb. Sleeping six, it makes an ideal base for a seaside holiday and has sea views from the first floor bedroom, living room, kitchen/dining-room and the garden.
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Guests can just soak up the atmosphere at the property or amble on to the beach for swimming and fishing or to the harbour for boat trips, or enjoy coastal walks and fossil hunting. A short stroll leads to to quaint shops, lanes, cafés, pubs and restaurants. There are marvellous scenic coastal walks - in particular (and not for the faint-hearted), Golden Cap, where southern England’s highest cliff can be found. There are magnificent views along the coast all the way over Lyme Bay. Visit the seaside resorts of Seaton, Sidmouth, Bridport, the quaint villages of Branscombe and Beer, and many historic houses such as Forde Abbey and Gardens, Shute Barton, Montacute House and Sherborne Castle.
With its spectacular sea views & dramatic coastline, this unique property can be enjoyed all year round! Why not take advantage of one of our weekday or weekend breaks which are available from November to March?
Brief summary & précis of accommodation: Approached via private gate directly from Marine Parade (on the sea front) with steps leading directly up to the property. Large & bright multi-aspect living room with spectacular sea views. Kitchen/dining-room with sea views. Two twin-bedded ground floor bedrooms, one with sea views. Ground floor Bathroom/W.C. with separate shower cubicle. First floor: Character double bedroom with sloping ceilings and 5ft double bed and seating area by the window, again with stunning sea views, TV and en-suite shower room/W.C.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom and 1 en suite|
|Nearest beach||100 m|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Exeter 40 km, Nearest railway: Axminster 8 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double Beds (1), Single Beds (4), Cots available (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 10|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair available|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details outdoors|
The property is South facing so you have the benefit of sun rising to the left towards Golden Cap and sunset to the right towards the Cobb. To the front of the property, Marine Parade provides vehicular access for unloading but it is a no-through road, so there's no traffic noise. There is an external terrace which runs along the front of the property leading to the garden area which occupies a private and elevated position above Marine Parade. There is a washing line and a brick built BBQ in addition to a wooden garden table with bench seating for up to 6 people. Steps from the property via the personal gate lead directly onto Marine Parade and the beach, which is ten yards or so away from the gate. There are shops and facilities right on the doorstep and the main High Street in Lyme Regis is literally just a two minute walk from the property. All usual facilities can be found in the High Street to include major Banks and a Tesco Express supermarket in addition to all the other services you may need. A full brochure of local information is located in the lounge which you can browse through at your leisure upon arrival. The owners of Cobb Gate Beach House are fastidious about cleanliness and you should always find the property to be immaculate and of a very high standard upon your arrival. A parking permit is provided for your use throughout your stay. The car park is a leisurely 5-10 minute walk away.The facilities on offer at the Cobb Gate Beach House are of a very high standard. Guest feedback, comments & enquiries are always welcome at any time, and are most appreciated.
All usual booking conditions apply. A full copy of our terms & conditions will be provided by email when you make your reservation.
Please note that there are several steps leading up to the property with a hand rail, which elderly or infirm should keep in mind, prior to booking.
Dorset is situated in the South West of England with Lyme Regis being on the Western side at the Dorset/Devon border.
A fascinating place for visitors due to the immense amount of rural countryside and dramatic coastline, not to mention the historic interests and charming properties to be found in the various towns & villages.
Dorchester, Weymouth, Exteter, Honiton, Seaton, Charmouth, Abbotsbury, Chard, Sidmouth, Honiton, Beer and Torbay are all within range of Lyme Regis, so there are plenty of interesting & varied day-trip options available to visitors.
Perhaps one of Dorsets most famous characteristics is its Jurrassic Coastline which features many natural landmarks including Lulworth Cove, Chesil Beach and Durdle Door to name just a few, and all of which are within easy vehicle access.
Chesil Beach is a natural phenomenon measuring some 18 miles in length with an average width of 160 metres and rised to around 12 metres in height making the beach the largest tombolo in the UK. The beach is infact shingle and pebble tombolo connecting Portland to Abbotsbury and then continuing along the coast to West Bay. The beach forms part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. Behind the beach is the Fleet Lagoon (Fleet Nature Reserve).
There are too many tourist destinations & places of interest to mention. A comprehensive folder can be found on the lounge table upon your arrival which provides an interesting array of local information & tourist destinations.
There is so much more to the West Country and Dorset which you could ever cover in a week or fortnight's holiday. Best to plan your trip well and make the most out of every day. For anything you might miss, there's always next year to come back and continue where you left off, as so many other visitors do year after year!
Lyme Regis is steeped in history and full of charm, surrounded by unspoilt countryside and beautiful clean beaches.
The unique and captivating charms of Lyme Regis have been attracting visitors for hundreds of years.
A busy trading centre in Medieval times and one of the most important ports on the south coast in Tudor times, the town became a popular sea spa in the 18th century attracting Royalty and inspiring poets, writers and painters.
For family entertainment within easy driving, there are many attractions such as Crealy Adventure Park, The Donkey Sanctuary, Cricket St Thomas Wildlife Park, Yeovilton Fleet Air Arm Museum and the Haynes Motor Museum to name a few. Alternatively, enjoy a day out at Weymouth - with its sandy beach, Time Walk, Sea Life Centre and Deep Sea Adventure, visitors will be spoilt for choice. Exeter cathedral city with its catacombs, shops and museums is well worth a visit and returning to Lyme Regis, chill out on the patio and enjoy the stunning views over Lyme Bay. The nearest Pub is just 100 yards away!
Turner and Whistler both painted here and Jane Austen wrote Persuasion after her visit in the early 1800’s. More recently the town featured in John Fowles’ The French Lieutenant’s Woman.
The Original Lassie was the pet dog of the landlord of the Pilot Boat Inn in the square. She was immortalised by the Holywood film industry. Find out why, read the press cutting in the pub! (It’s a good pub as well with local ales!)
Lyme Regis sits at the heart of the spectacular and dramatic Jurassic Coast. This coastline is England’s first natural World Heritage Site and Lyme is an ideal base from which to explore its diverse geology and abundant wildlife.
The River Lym, from which the town takes its name, winds lazily through the maze of narrow streets and shops and as you wander through the town you will find traditional pubs and tea rooms, modern restaurants, galleries and historic buildings, all leading to the harbour and its famous Cobb.
Lyme’s beautiful, sheltered, south-facing beaches have recently benefited from a coastal protection scheme. Completed in 2007 the scheme has provided easier access and a larger beach area. An award winning environmental scheme has ensured Lyme has safe and clean bathing waters.
Along the seafront, newly landscaped gardens provide the ideal spot to laze away the day, relaxing and enjoying the stunning views.
Today Lyme Regis is a hub of activity with year round locally organised events including the famous Jazz Festival, Carnival & Regatta Week and Lifeboat Week.
This bustling seaside resort offers a wide choice of all year round holiday activities for everyone; beach days, watersports, coastal walks, fishing trips, cycling or fossil hunting. The choice is yours!