Step into a bygone era at this grand restaurant and bar and delight in elegant British dishes.
The offer at Robin Wylde is simple: a multi‑course tasting menu which provides a snapshot of each micro‑season of Lyme’s coast and countryside.
Overlooking Chesil Beach, Crab House Cafe is a laid-back setting where visitors can feast on seafood plucked from the ocean mere metres away.
Tom’s Lyme Regis has a covetable spot beside the water, meaning the boat-to-plate journey of its sought-after seafood is mere yards.
Swing by this village pub for excellent restaurant-quality dishes served in an environment where you don’t have to dress to the nines to eat well.
Beautifully fresh seafood is matched with carefully chosen seasonal ingredients sourced from local producers.
Old meets new at this Chesil Beach bungalow bistro (a former Olympic-pool clubhouse) with its preppy New England vibe.
Discover literary-inspired dining at this history-steeped English Coaching inn.
Lyme Regis hums with activity in the warmer months, but the coastal hideaway of Alexandra Hotel and Restaurant feels a world away from the hubbub.