Lyme Regis, Dorset
This seaside cabin hugs the ancient Dorset coastline and sits just a stone's throw from the beach in Lyme Regis, one of England's most desirable seaside towns.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Tucked underneath an ancient cliffside and looking out to sea over Lyme Regis Bay sits Seabank. A beach hut full of character, style, and comfort, you will be astounded by the luxury that awaits inside. Beautifully and meticulously decorated by the owners, it provides the perfect base for those seeking a tranquil seaside getaway. The cabin is just 50m from the beach and contains all mod cons, a shower room, two free-to-use paddle boards, and a charming, pebbled garden from which to survey the maritime vistas. Sleeping up to two guests in one double room, Seabank makes for a wonderful seaside couple's getaway. Just remember to pack your swimwear!
Seabank has been beautifully designed by the owners, with an interior that a soothing and colour scheme, tongue and groove cladding, and lime washed high-quality timbers. The living area has a large and comfy couch, perfect for relaxing with a coffee or enjoying a film on the flat screen TV. The kitchen area is surprisingly spacious and comes fully equipped with all mod cons. Just adjacent, there is a dining table for two. At the other end of the cabin is the bedroom, housing a cosy double bed resplendent in fine Egyptian cottons. Lastly, there is an en suite bathroom with a WC, basin, and heated walk-in shower. Step outside and onto the pebbled garden. Here, you can enjoy a picnic, recline on the sun chairs, or grab the paddle boards and head out to sea.
Lyme Regis is a stunning holiday location for those who enjoy beautiful beaches, dramatic coastlines, and charming little towns. Several chic cafés line the beach, while the town houses several boutique shops, eateries, and bars. You will also be ideally positioned to explore the greater Devon area. The local countryside is incredibly picturesque and a favourite of wildlife lovers, walkers, and cyclists. You will also have access to three designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty: Cranbourne Chase to the east, East Devon to the west, and the Blackdown Hills to the North. Numerous quaint towns and villages dot the region, too, while the town of Exmouth and city of Exeter both sit approximately an hour's drive away to the west.
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