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The weather in Lyme Regis
Check out the climate diagram for Lyme Regis. On average, the warmest month is July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 2°. According to the climate diagram, December is the rainiest month of the year in Lyme Regis.
Lyme Regis Holiday Lettings: Be At Home In The United Kingdom
Visit the lovely seaside town of Lyme Regis situated in the coastal county of Dorset. This spot is known for its beautiful beaches, ancient coastline, and welcoming culture. Come to the town of Lyme Regis and experience everything this wonderful place has to offer. Book a Lyme Regis holiday letting for you and your family so you have a place to call home when you visit.
Journey into Lyme Regis
You can journey into Lyme Regis in a variety of ways. If you decide to travel here by air, the closest airport is the Exeter International Airport near the metropolitan hub of Exeter. Lyme Regis can be reached from the airport with the number 48 bus or the London Waterloo train to Axminster, and subsequently the X51 bus into Lyme Regis. You also have the option of taking a taxi or coach to your Lyme Regis holiday home.
You can even rent a car from the airport, making your stay in Dorset flexible. If you are driving, follow the A30 motorway to the A35 motorway from which you can head into Lyme Regis. Keep in mind that the A35 motorway will also lead you to and from a range of other locations surrounding Lyme Regis. Make sure you book your Lyme Regis holiday home in advance so you have a cosy place to stay when you arrive in Dorset.
Lyme Regis and its sights
This lovely seaside town has a range of wonderful sights in store for you when you visit. Experience this town’s history and the region’s ancient past by visiting the wonderful Lyme Regis Museum. Here you can learn about the history of the town and the coastline, which is 185 million years old. If you love ancient fossils also visit the fantastic Dinosaurland Fossil Museum; a collection of Jurassic artefacts located in the town’s centre.
Lyme Regis’ culture is based largely upon the sea. Here you can discover the region’s fantastic marine life by visiting the Lyme Regis Marine Aquarium, a facility built directly on a dock by the ocean. You can also discover the sea and its opportunities on your own by visiting Lyme Regis’ sandy beaches, including the main beach and Monmouth beach located near the town.
Whatever you may decide to do in this lovely seaside town, remember to book your Lyme Regis holiday letting for you and your family so you have a place to call home after a day of swimming and building sandcastles.
Lyme Regis and its cuisine
In this seaside town you can eat whatever you fancy. Experience traditional English cuisine such as the iconic fish & chips as it was designed to be eaten — by the sea. Whether you're looking for a fancy evening out, or a cultural experience at one of the town’s many seafood-serving eateries, Lyme Regis has you covered. Visit this spot’s lovely restaurants and cafés with beautiful views on the steep streets of the town. Return to your Lyme Regis holiday home in the evening to relax and unwind, or alternatively you could head out into the night.
Lyme Regis and its nightlife
This peaceful seaside town’s nightlife truly wakes up when the sun sets. Check out the town’s many traditional pubs and eateries for a drink and some live music, or visit its bars and nightclubs for a thriving modern feel. Here in Lyme Regis the nightlife caters to a number of tastes.
If you are a person who enjoys a little nightlife with your beach holiday, book a Lyme Regis holiday letting so that you're close to all the action.
Excursions in and around Lyme Regis
There are a number of fantastic excursions in and around the town of Lyme Regis. If you rent a car, visiting attractions surrounding the town is made easier, however many locations can still be reached through public transport. If you love nature, Lyme Regis is the perfect place to be with amazing spots like the Jurassic Coast located very near the town. Here, on this ancient and rugged coastline, you can enjoy some wonderful walks and scenic views.
You can also arrange a daytime excursion to the nearest town of Axminster, were you can engage in a spot of shopping. If you book your Lyme Regis holiday letting , you can reach many excellent locations in a flash, but also be able to relax by the sea when you return.
Where to go in Lyme Regis
Lyme Regis Marine Aquarium
The aquarium, located at the end of the Cobb, or harbour wall, is an attraction for the whole family, with many local marine creatures on view.
This old stone harbour wall frames the town's harbour and dates back to the time of Edward I. Great for a stroll in the fresh sea air, it ends with the Victoria Pier.
Lyme Regis Philpot Museum
This fascinating museum houses collections of fossils from the Jurassic period, along with local maritime history and memorabilia.
This rock and pebble beach is located below the Ware Cliffs and runs from The Cobb in Lyme Regis all the way to Pinhay Bay.
The Town Mill
The Town Mill is a restored, working water mill on the River Lym. Visitors can watch as corn is ground into whole meal flour.
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