Eating Out & Drinking
Hidden away in the leafy lanes of East Devon and only 5 miles from the Jurassic coastline of Lyme Regis. A privately owned 16 bedroom hotel with a small friendly team who aim to make your stay relaxing and memorable. We are known for our warm and friendly atmosphere, award winning restaurant and stunning views over the Axe Valley.
The Jurassic Coast Card is a membership scheme offering discounts and exclusive offers on a huge range of days out, food & drink, shops, services, accommodation and more all along the Jurassic Coast. The website has a host of ideas and suggestions, including a handy blog. With a mix of big names and hidden gems, you will discover new places and explore more for less!
David and Trish Hilton welcome you to the Holmbush Café, serving tea, coffee, ice creams, breakfasts, sandwiches and baguettes, plus a selection of homemade cakes, preserves and jams, and daily specials. Open from 9.30am to 4.30pm (times may vary seasonally).
Rod and Sonia welcome you to the Black Dog Tea Room where visitors return time and time again for their delicious homemade food and loose leaf tea. Nearly everything is made on premises, including the bread, rolls, cakes and scones using locally-sources ingredients and produce. Recently extended with a summerhouse, available to book for meetings or private lunches, dog friendly.
The Fisherman’s Wife is no ordinary fish and chip takeaway, with specials including hand-dived Lyme Bay scallops in garlic butter, alongside the traditional favourites of cod, fish cakes and burgers. Situated just a stone’s throw from Lyme’s historic Cobb harbour.
Audrey and Katie Vellacott welcome you to the Beach House Café, situated on Marine Parade with seating available inside, outside and in the beach garden. Offering all-day breakfasts from 8am to 3pm, including traditional options or our famous Middle Eastern shakshuka, as well as a varied lunch menu, hot and cold drinks.