The Bay Hotel

Address: Marine Parade, Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, DT7 3JQ, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Marine Parade, Lyme Regis, is near Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre, Lyme Regis Philpot Museum, Golden Cap Estate, and Dinosaurland.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Bay Hotel Lyme Regis

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Travel Blogs from Lyme Regis

The story behind the travels

A travel blog entry by travelinlove on Aug 09, 2015

As we all know travelling is not for everyone, some people have goals or aspirations such as money, houses, cars and material things where as for me school and grades meant nothing. To be quite honest with you I was the worst behaved, most arrogant teenager possible and at the time I did not care. Now do not get me wrong if I could go back and do it again I would however I would not be where I ...

Baby Steps

A travel blog entry by travelinlove on Aug 09, 2015

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... money is at the root of everything we do nowadays, and well saving for our travels has been no easy task. Long office hours, tough discipline with our spending (not easy with a Ben&Jerrys obsession) and well general cutting back on every little thing we do on a daily basis. Well so far all I seem to have done is rant on but to put this into a nutshell, the baby steps of planning and saving are beyond exciting. 64 days till take ...

Stonehenge, Salisbury and Exmouth

A travel blog entry by chenbest on Aug 04, 2015

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... where we saw the original Magna Carta that was signed in 1215. Also a clock that has been operating since 1386. This is the oldest working medieval clock in existence. It has no face but is designed to strike on the hour. We then had dinner with Brock's parents in an Indian restaurant in Topsham a cute seaside resort. A very pleasant ...

Emotionally challenging

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Aug 01, 2015

... was the badger. We only saw the one, it came up the driveway, round the corner towards The Annex, then back again with another little "chat" with Holly! I was astounded at how big it was. I guess I'd thought it would be the size of a large cat, but no - I'd compare it more to the size of a beagle. After the badger sighting we skedaddled back to our B&B, and fortunately didn't have to dive into the hedges to let any other car pass.
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Driving Through English Countryside

A travel blog entry by lgrif27 on Jul 28, 2015

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... pleasant day. The roads are narrow and wind through the hills and villages. Many houses are all so close to the road with cars passing within a metre of the wall of the house. Every little village has their local pub or two, often called The ... Arms, The Red Lion, The Wheatsheath etc. etc. or some other very English name. Often traffic is stopped as there is roadworks or some areas are only one car can pass. Many, many cars ...