Had a very relaxing stay at Lavender Cottage last May. The property was very well located for all aspects of our visit - close to good local shops, excellent fish & chip shop, idiosyncratic (?!) local plus the more typical pubs nearby, very short walk to the front. The property itself was delightful, more than adequate for just two of us. Would be perfect for 2 couples or family with separate bedrooms & bathrooms on 1st & 2nd floors. Mark, the owner, couldn't have been more helpful or accommodating. Really looking forward to visiting again!
Great accommodation with everything you need for a relaxed break or holiday. Close to all amenities and on a level walk to sea front. Will certainly be paying another visit.
Great location. Unfortunately the kitchen is in a poor condition and the washing machine did not work. There was also a terrible smell in the kitchen. We reported both these issue to the owner but neither were fixed during our stay in the cottage.
Lavender Cottage is a lovely little ramshackle cottage in Lyme Regis ideal for a family who want somewhere very close to the high street and the coast. Albeit in need of some TLC the charm of the place is very nice and is great for short breaks in Lyme.
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This cottage is right in the heart of Lyme Regis - a stroll away from the sea and surrounded by good pubs and restaurants. The Italian restaurant less than a 100 yards away was great for an informal meal and the Hix Oyster Bar and Fish Restaurant was perfect for a special evening, and only a 15 minute stroll away. The cottage would comfortably accommodate a family of four and the beds/bathrooms/facilities are all good. Would agree with other reviewers that the garden and garden furniture would benefit from a little TLC but otherwise couldn't fault it.