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We visited in mid-September and were walking from Seaton to Lyme Regis along the South Coast Way.
The path takes you through the very interesting terrain of the Axmouth to Lyme Regis Undercliff area, this is mostly forested with many ups and downs and twists...More
Lyme Regis attracts a great many visitors; as a result parking is tight and not cheap, and heavily patrolled to catch defaulters.
On the day we arrived, we were lucky to be able to find a place to park in one of the strait and...More
I live at Portland and visited Lyme Regis on a day out, the scenery there and back is beautiful, Lyme Regis is a bustling little fishing harbour with lots of tourist shops/pubs/restaurants/icecream parlours. A great stay for a day or longer, also the fossil hunting...More
We parked in The Cobb carpark but the spaces are quite narrow. There is a park and ride up the hill (on the way into Lyme Regis) or a good sized car park a bit further down. All car parks reasonable in price.
We visited today and all I can say is get there early, we followed the advice of the DinosaurLand Fossil Museum and parked at the Charmouth Road car park, it cost £2 for the whole day and it saved us a lot of money, it...More
There are two ways to enjoy the cliffs. One is to walk alongside them on the beach. Lots of large rocks and you need to be steady in your feet to do this walk. Proper footwear is required. But the walk is stunning with the...More
Lyme Regis is an amazing place very quaint shopping , lots of tea shops and places to eat. The sea front is astounding with a castle front a sandy and rocky beach to climb and fossil hunt for hours. A very good place for families....More
Lovely little place crammed full of places to eat / drink, fossil shops, etc. Parked cheaply at top of the hill (might be a challenge for some). There are other car parks in town but more expensive. We walked along promenade past the small beach...More
Having walked the parade, & the Cobb, we decided to continue as it was a lovely day; & we had no pressing engagements. Tide was in, beautiful location, lovely views; but not sure we reached the fossil bit before turning back. Getting old!
What is the Lyme Regis Undercliff? It is an area of land that suffered a huge land slip about 150 years ago creating a wilderness in the area of land between Lyme Regis and Seaton.
Over the last 150 years it has been allowed to...More
Response from MarkMahoney | Reviewed this property |
It would be if they enjoy walking. Path quite steep going up with scenic stream. Nice views on top here and their. The path as you enter the wooded area of undercliff can be tricky with uneven tree stumps.