Best holiday rental deals in Charmouth
735 beautiful holiday rentals from 22 holiday letting websites, including Booking.com and VRBO, can be booked in Charmouth. By directly analysing these different offers, HomeToGo features the best deals as well as the highest rated lettings in Charmouth.
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The Weather in Charmouth
You can see our climate diagram above. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 22°. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Explore the Devon coast from your Charmouth holiday letting
Whether you choose to enjoy your holiday from a cosy conversion, and old stone cottage or a breezy seaside apartment, your Charmouth accommodation offers peace and relaxation.
Bistros and pizzas
Named after the 1981 Meryl Streep film that was shot in the town, The French Lieutenant's Bistro is a charming seafood restaurant that offers dishes made from the day's catch. Lobster, scallops, mussels, fish pie and traditional fish and chips are all on the menu.
If the kids aren't too keen on seafood, try Lyme Regis Pizza. Enjoy a pie and a glass of wine on the rooftop terrace of this charming family owned pizzeria that offers unbeatable views of the bay.
Booty and boats
Kids will thrill to the twists and turns of the Lyme Regis Treasure Hunt Trail. Play the pirate and find the hidden loot from the clues found all around the town. Print out your own map and find the treasure at your own time!
Speedier thrills are to be found aboard Lyme Rib Rides! Strap into a rigid inflatable boat with a pair of 250hp engines on the back and get ready for a wild ride. The boat carries 12 people and is suitable for kids of four and over.
Devon vs. Dorset
Nestled between the designated areas of natural beauty of Devon and Dorset, the charming coastal village of Charmouth provides access to some of the best beaches and scenery on the south coast. Indeed, taking in the breathtaking views to be found across Devon, it's easy to understand why it became England's first natural World Heritage Site.
Dorset is equally beautiful and offers many ideas for great days out. The Subtropical Gardens in nearby Abbotsbury are a real delight. A riot of colour amongst sculpted acres of perfectly manicured gardens, you'll get lost amid the exotic plants and winding pathways.
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