Lyme Regis "The Pearl of Dorset"
Weekend Bed and Breakfast Stays at Ammonite Cottage, Lyme Regis
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Welcome to Ammonite Cottage

We offer Weekend Bed and Breakfast Accommodation situated at the heart of Lyme Regis, the "Pearl of Dorset".
The cottage is just a few minutes from the beach, gardens, restaurants, pubs, shops and the myriad other delights to be found in this fascinating little town. The perfect place for a short weekend coastal break.

The Accommodation

Ammonite Cottage provides a cosy cottage-style atmosphere in the heart of Lyme Regis. The accomodation consists of one comfortable double room (The Garden Room) which has an en-suite shower and French doors leading directly onto a small terrace overlooking the owner's garden.. Additionally, there is a small attached single bedroom enabling three persons to stay.

A comfortable more spacious double room (The Green Room) with stylish private bathroom may be available in High Season + Bank Holidays.
Pictures of The Green Room

All rooms are stylishly decorated. The double rooms have freeviewTV, tea & coffee making facilities and plenty of wardrobe space. Free WiFi is also available to guests.

Ammonite Cottage, 6 Silver Street, Lyme Regis
the lounge
Owner's Lounge
the bedroom
The Garden Room balcony from the Owner's Garden
the breakfast room
The Breakfast Room

Access to the Outdoor Balcony is
directly from the Garden Room

Outdoor seating area on the Balcony

2019 Room Tariff

Due to the age of the cottage the accommodation is on varying levels as is the courtyard garden - this may not be suitable for the very young or people with limited mobility.

Contacting Us

"Well furnished and presented offering comfortable accommodation"

"A great cottage providing quality b&b for anyone wanting a central location"

Lyme Regis and Around

Lyme Regis is an historic unspoiled seaside resort and fishing port with the world famous Cobb harbour. Surrounded by beautiful coastlines and countryside, the area has been awarded World Heritage Site Status; famous for its geology and fossil finds. The resort is open all the year round and is the ideal touring base for the The West Country. This could be your hideaway or retreat for a romantic weekend. It is particularly popular with discerning travellers and walkers who come to enjoy the sea and coast views - a relaxing place to be.

Ammonite Paving The Town Centre Seafront lyme paving
The Cobb Beach
The Coast Ammonite Lamps

2019 Tariff

Weekend Bed and Breakfast rates at
Ammonite Cottage.
Priced per double room.

1 night = 85 (if available)
2 nights = 160 (Friday/Saturday)
3 nights = 240 (Friday/Saturday/Sunday)

Third person in the single bedroom = 40 per night.

Great value - a weekend break for £80 per person.

A 50% deposit will be required - please read the
Terms and Conditions

Breakfasts of fresh fruit, freshly squeezed orange juice, home made bread & preserves, cereal and an "English" or "Continental" breakfast.
We will happily cater for special diets - diabetic, vegetarian etc. if notified in advance


How to Find Us
Ammonite Cottage,
6 Silver Street is just up
from Broad Street,
Lyme's main street.

Getting to Lyme
Direction to Lyme by
car, train, bus and air

sat nav: DT7 3HR

Lyme Regis Map
Location Map

Mary Carver,
6 Silver Street, Lyme Regis,
Dorset DT7 3HR

phone: 01297 445955
mobile: 07920524770


Enquiry Form

Jurassic Coast logo
The Dorset and East Devon Coast World Heritage Site is England's first natural World Heritage Site - it is known as The Jurassic Coast. It covers 95 miles of truly stunning coastline from East Devon to Dorset, with rocks recording 185 million years of the Earth's history. Lyme Regis is at its centre.

Useful Links
The Jurassic Coast
Tourist Information Office
Lyme's Philpot Museum
Lyme Bay Boat Trips
The South West Coast Path
Lyme's Regent Cinema
The Town Mill
The Marine Theatre
Lyme Marine Aquarium
The Town Mill Bakery
UK Fossils Network
Lyme Regis Golf Club

Ammonites Walking Eating Out

For thousands of years the Lyme cliffs crumbled and fell, revealing great numbers of fossils; Fish fossils; Marine Reptiles; Crinoids and particularly Ammonites dating back c200 million years (Jurassic). It was not until the early 19th century that real scientific interest and understanding was first sparked off by Mary Anning who was born in Lyme in 1799. She extracted the first complete ichthyosaur, plesiosaur and the finest flying reptile among many other significant finds. Lyme Museum is the place to find out more.

Ammonite Asteroceras

It would be hard to find a better centre for walking than Lyme Regis. To the west are the famous Undercliffs - a stretch of dense jungle and woods caused by major landslides in the past. Further west, the coastal path passes through the small beach resort of Seaton and on to the beautiful seaside village of Beer.
To the east of Lyme the scenery is totally different - fossil territory - you can go through National Trust land beside the sea over Golden Cap - the highest point on the south coast of England - to the small harbour and beach town of West Bay.
Behind Lyme Regis lie rolling hills, ancient woodland, iron-age hill forts and crystal streams, with magnificent views over Marshwood Vale to the sea.

Lyme has always had a fine selection of restaurants, pubs and cafes but now world class cooking can be found here. In Mark Hix's Oyster and Fish House in Langmoor Gardens you can dine in style with stunning views over the sea to the Jurassic cliffs. There are also many other quality fish and seafood restaurants using the local catch from the boats in the Cobb harbour. Whether you are looking for an Indian or Thai meal, Spanish tapas, pizza, pub lunches or fish and chips on the seafront you will be spoilt for choice. Don't miss out on the fresh bread and pastries at the Town Mill Bakery where informal breakfasts and meals are great fun. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's River Cottage Canteen in Axminster is also well worth a visit.
Good restaurants close by
Hix Oyster and Fish House
The Alexandra Hotel


Weekend Bed and Breakfast Stays in Lyme Regis

Revised: 2019