The greater Lyme Regis area has fabulous pubs in abundance, you can savour a pint enjoying a panoramic view of the Jurassic Coast or snuggle in around a fire in a traditional pet friendly pub.
The Anchor Inn, Seatown
Overlooking the beach, this pub is the perfect start or finish point to your climb up Golden Cap, the highest point on the South Coast. Local produce inspires the menu and reflects the tastes of West Dorset.
The George Inn, Chideock
A traditional thatched Dorset pub in the centre of the village offering a menu based on seasonality and utilising local suppliers and hedgerows. Enjoy a meal and a local ale on their sun terrace or in front of their roaring fire. Thursday night is pizza night, direct from their own wood fired oven!
The Clockhouse Inn, Chideock
Following a devastating fire in 2015 this beautiful 16th Century pub has been fully refurbished and is now open again for business. A family and dog friendly pub offering a full menu through the week with fresh fish on the daily specials menu and a Sunday roast selection. This pub also boats a new outside decking area where you can enjoy the sunshine.
The Old Inn, Hawkchurch
This 16th Century Pub was originally built as the Church House to provide festivities, the brewing and dispensing of ale, and accommodation for the rector’s manor tenants. Today the Inn serves traditional pub food with a good variety on offer, including vegetarian options, a roast on Sundays and a popular specials board.
The Five Bells, Whitchurch Canonicorum
Nestled in the village of Whitchurch Canonicorum is this traditional English pub serving real ale and delicious food. A perfect stop after a walk or cycle through the West Dorset Countryside.
The Bottle Inn, Marshwood
Home to the World Nettle Eating Competition, The Bottle Inn always has 6 handpumps on the bar offering a great selection of real ales from across the south west and guest ales that are sourced from suppliers around the UK. In addition, there are at least five real ciders and one perry on the bar!
The George, Charmouth
This lovely pub welcomes children with well behaved adults, serving locally sourced food (with a Sunday Carvery) and ales from the west country. Dogs are also welcome on leads.
The Royal Oak, Charmouth
A family run pub at the heart of the Jurassic Coast gateway village of Charmouth serving award winning Palmers cask ales, ciders from Dorset Orchards and a menu of pub classics
Harbour Inn, Lyme Regis
Located on the beachfront, overlooking the Cobb and Lyme Bay, the Harbour Inn offers al-fresco dining on the private beach area or on the veranda. The restaurant is air-conditioned and the staff are well known for their smiles and service.
The Volunteer Inn, Lyme Regis
A family run 17th Century pub on Lyme Regis High Street serving West Country ales and ciders. The menu is sourced locally and is split between lunch and dinner. The roast on Sunday is incredibly delicious.
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