Lyme Regis Cottage Rental Photos and Description
4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, sleeps a maximum of 8
This delightful Georgian cottage (Visit England 4 star rating), is one of a picturesque row close to the church and overlooking a quiet square. It is very warm, comfortable and well equipped. Charming enclosed garden and separate annexe sleeping further 3 people. One of the best locations in Lyme; choice of two totally different beaches- one famous for fossils, each only 2/3 minutes walk. Shops just around the corner.
'Appletrees' is gas centrally heated and provided with everything you will need in the way of bed linen, towels, duvets, pans, crockery and cutlery. In the kitchen there is a 4 ring gas hob and built-in electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. The spacious dining area with long table and bench seats is open through to the lounge, where ample comfortable seating and colour TV create a cosy family room. A door leads upstairs to bedrooms, bathroom and garden. The pretty patio garden, equipped with table, chairs and benches, is safe and enclosed.
Across the garden the 'boathouse' comprises day room, bedroom for 3, shower and laundry.
Lyme Regis is a lovely little town with something for everyone. Apart from the attractions of beach, harbour, pubs, cliff top rambles and golf course, the town itself is full of picturesque buildings and little alleyways. Close to 'Appletrees' runs the river, on its way through the town. Here you will meet Lyme's other residents - ducks!
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Charles and Liz Teall
My wife Liz and I live in the Cotswolds
Charles and Liz Teall purchased this cottage in 1957
Why Charles and Liz Teall chose Lyme Regis
My father bought Appletrees as a family holiday home back in the 1950's. As my boarding school was in Taunton it was useful as a holiday get-away. Now with our family grown up we are bringing our own grandchildren down to Appletrees.
What makes this cottage unique
Appletrees is ideally situated close to the beach, but away from the crowds in the oldest part of Lyme Regis.