How to get here
Situated on the famous Jurassic coast in Dorset, Lyme Regis is an historic unspoiled seaside resort and fishing port sheltered by the world famous Cobb and its harbour. Surrounded by beautiful coastlines and countryside, the area has now been awarded World Heritage Site Status and is famous for its geology and fossil finds. Lyme Regis is easily accessible by road and rail. Plan your journey www.travelinesw.com.
Routes from the north: M5, A37, A3066, A30, A358, A35, & B3165
Routes from the east: A30, A354, A338, A303, A31 & A35
Routes from the west: A30, A35, & A3052
Main services from Waterloo to Exeter stop at Axminster for Lyme Regis, with bus links from Axminster station.
The X53 Jurassic Coast bus runs from Exeter to Bournemouth, arriving at Lyme Post Office and from Bournemouth to Exeter arriving in Lyme Square.
The X51 from Weymouth to Axminster arrives in Lyme Square and from Axminster to Weymouth at Lyme Post Office.
See Parking Information PDF for details and locations of town car parks.
Park & Ride
We hope the town’s Park & Ride on Sidmouth Rd and Charmouth Rd will operate over the May Bank Holiday weekend but isn’t yet confirmed.
Lyme Regis and the immediate surrounding area offer a wide range of accommodation.
Whatever type of accommodation you are looking for, you’ll find the perfect place to stay whatever your budget. Stay in a cottage or country house, caravan or hostel, or anything in between! A number of holiday letting agencies offer a wide range of accommodation in and around the town.
However, given its many charms Lyme Regis does get busy and especially over Bank Holidays so we’d advise you book your accommodation early to avoid disappointment.
Find your accommodation via the following links:
Or if you prefer, contact Lyme Regis Tourist Information Centre, Tel: 01297 442138. They are very helpful in finding the full range of accommodation on offer in and around Lyme.
Read the ‘Accessibility in and around Lyme Regis‘ guide here.
If you need assistance with reserving a seat at Marine Theatre, please email us at moc.l1492955115iamg@1492955115zzaje1492955115myl1492955115.
There are disabled toilet facilities along the seafront on Marine Parade and by Monmouth Beach car-park.
The seafront promenade has been extended with the building of the East Cliff Walk and is suitable for wheelchairs. Other walks are also indicated at walkswithwheelchairs.com.
Medical Services and First Aid
There is a Boots pharmacy in Broad Street (01297 442026) and a minor injuries walk in centre at Lyme Regis Medical Centre (8am-1pm – 01297 445777) on Uplyme Road leading out of the town.