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We have many fabulous pubs and restaurants in Lyme Regis all offering great welcomes, food and hospitality. They all use as much locally supplied food and beers as possible. In peak times they do get very busy so we would always recommend that you book before your arrival to avoid disappoinment

Talbot Arms Pub, Uplyme Our local friendly pub run by Steve and Wendy who endeavour as much as possible to source the wonderful regional products of The West Country. They have always had a great relationship with the Local Brewery, ‘Otter Brewery’ based in Luppitt Near Honiton, which is only a 30 min drive from our Pub. They have a regular weekly delivery which ensures they can always offer their locals and visitors a great pint of Otter Bitter, Otter Ale and all other Otter seasonal Brews. They offer good home cooked pub food. The pub offers a wonderful beer garden to enjoy the sunshine The Talbot Arms website
Pilot Boat, Lyme Regis The Pilot Boat is your place by the sea, set at the edge of the beach in the beautiful and historic coastal town of Lyme Regis. It’s your home from home, where you can relax and unwind. The iconic grade II listed building has been rejuvenated back to life as a lifestyle destination bar and restaurant with roof terrace and three boutique bedrooms. This family run business prides itself on delivering outstanding service and freshly cooked, local produce. The Pilot Boat
Rockpoint Pub, Lyme Regis The Rock Point is a charming Inn located right on the harbour in the stunning coastal town of Lyme Regis on the Jurassic coast of Dorset. The Rock Point is now open after a complete renovation of the bar, dining areas, guest bedrooms and outdoor spaces and we cannot wait to show you what we have been creating! Rockpoint Inn
Swim, Lyme Regis If you’re looking for a location with a view, you’ve found it. We’re perched right in front of the beach, with epic views looking over the world famous Jurassic Coastline. When the suns rears its head, our huge glass doors slide open and let the sea breeze in. Monmouth Beach Car Park is our nearest carpark. Swim website
The Royal Standard, Lyme Regis The Royal Standard is a 400 year old family run Palmers pub right on the seafront in beautiful Lyme Regis, Dorset, next to the famous Cobb The Royal Standard is one of the flagship pubs for local brewers, Palmers brewery, which has been brewing fine real ales since 1794. The quality of ale has been accredited with a Cask Marque Award, this is to show excellence in cellar management and ale quality. Palmers have also recently ventured in to the world of cider with their new brand, Dorset Orchards. The Royal Standard offers a large sun trap beer garden – with some permanent shade/shelter leading out on to the beach which is accessible by wheelchair/pushchair – a dining area, a bar area with a pool table, a real log fire in the winter months and disabled toilets with baby changing facilities. Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome. The Royal Standard website
The Harbour Inn, Lyme Regis The Harbour Inn is a delightful family owned pub and restaurant in Lyme Regis, situated right on the seafront overlooking the Cobb and Lyme Bay. They are a dog friendly pub, with well behaved pups welcome in our bar restaurant. The Harbour Inn website
The Strawberry Tree The owners came up with the idea for The Strawberry Tree at the end of 2018. It is a passion project that combines our love and extensive experience of Spanish food, drink and culture, with our desire to create and share one-off experiences that bring people together in a fun and convivial way. Ultimately it is not about the food and drink itself, but about what happens when people come together over food and drink. These experiences can take many forms, from popup tapas evenings and "Cook and Dine" days, through to tutored tastings, guided food and wine tours in Spanish cities or weekend foodie breaks in the UK or Spain. We love Spanish food and drink, its regional diversity and the stories that it tells. We love the place that food and drink has in Spanish and North African culture and day-to-day life, where it is always an excuse to catch up with people, to spend time with family and friends, for “sobremesa” – that unique Spanish word that refers to the convivial after-dinner chit-chat sitting around a table after a meal – why don’t we have a word for that in English?! We hope we can share this sobremesa with you through our events and experiences. The Strawberry Tree
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