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Thursday, 7 July 2011

Lyme Regis (and surrounding area) pubs reviewed

Below are reviews of pubs I visited whilst on holiday. They are primarily situated in the lovely Dorset town of Lyme Regis (although there is 1 from Seaton & 1 from Charmouth). Coincidentally some of these pubs were also reviewed by Jo, and so to view the assessment forms simply click on the reviewers name [HMPG or Jo] below.
This is a great pub right on the beach, excellent atmosphere and is very friendly.
This is a nice pub in the centre of town, it's pleasant enough (and the food smells nice) but nothing special. I have been here once before (c. 2003) and I'm pleased to say it is much improved since then.
Another pub on the seafront at Lyme, this one boasts excellent views of the "Jurassic Coast". This seems to be the place to be if you like eating fishy things!
This is more of a local pub and is more cheep and cheerful than the rest, and caters for families (including the dog!), has a nice aquarium though!
This is a basement bar/restaurant on the main street and as a result is pretty unique. The view is a bit scary though, was being watched by a Tyrannosaurus Rex skull- see photo below!
  • Eyre Court, Seaton: HMPG
This pub is near the centre of town not far from the beach, it is very nicely decorated and can only be described as an upmarket local- neither good or bad.
  • The George, Charmouth: HMPG
This has to be one of my favourite pubs- ever! I've been here a few times and if you're ever in Charmouth then it's definitely worth a visit. There's no better place to spend the evening after a day on the beach fossil hunting. As you may or may not know this area of the coast (The Jurassic Coast) is well known for it's fossils and as such it is a World Heritage Site. I have spent many a happy hour finding amongst other things long dead ammonites and belemnites! Anyway, once you've collected your fossils, head here. The place couldn't be more welcoming and you can even feed a goat in the beer garden!


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