Thursday, 19 September 2019

Little Cleve, Lyme Regis, Dorset (Sleeps 1-6)


Little Cleve is a Grade II listed traditional seaside cottage close to Lyme’s centre, with the great benefit of a secret sun-trap garden. A raised deck gives sea views over Church Cliff and the churchyard in which lies the grave of Lyme’s famous fossil discoverer, Mary Anning. The churchyard path leads directly to the promenade, fossil and bathing beaches and The Cobb harbour. This is an ideal holiday let for families and fossil hunters.

The accommodation is tastefully furnished and decorated and carefully maintained by the owners. Downstairs, a small hall leads to the spacious living room with exposed stone walls & an open fireplace. The dining room with flagstone floor has space to seat up to 8. There is also a well-equipped kitchen & separate WC with washbasin.

The first floor has a large double room with antique pine furnishings & a very spacious modern bathroom with a bath.

The second floor boasts a large attic bedroom with exposed beams, 3 single beds, and a foldaway mattress if needed. There is also a TV in this room.

The private garden has a lawn, flower and shrub borders and, like the deck, is equipped with table and chairs for dining. There is also a barbecue and beach equipment for children.

Lyme Regis nestles in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at the point where the rugged Dorset and Devon coastlines meet - the heart of this small stretch of a natural World Heritage site.

Surrounded by unspoilt countryside, Lyme’s golden, south-facing beaches, clean safe water and landscaped seafront gardens make it the ideal base for your holiday.

For more information please visit our website:

https://www.theholidaycottages.co.uk/Dorset/351

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