Shops, Eateries & More Near Lyme Holidays Coastal Cottages
Morcombelake and the surrounding villages and towns have a wide variety of shops and many places to eat with a wide selection of cuisines. Below is just a selection of what is on offer when you're here.
Newly opened tea rooms in Morcombelake, only a short walk from Lyme Barn and serving tea, coffee, delicious cakes and lunches.
Felicities Farm Shop
Located close to Lyme Barn with magnificent view of the coast. Ideal for your local food shopping or having a quiet breakfast overlooking the sea. The Farm Shop has many varieties of local produce and gifts.
Post Office & General Store
Only a short walk from Lyme Barn is Morcombelake's Post Office and General Store.
A contemporary art gallery from local artists only a few minutes walk from Lyme Barn.
Selling not only our extensive range of biscuits, but also a wide range of breads and cakes all made daily on the premises. You can also find a vast array of food products from both the West Country and the continent.
The Five Bells Inn is a wonderful example of the quintessential English country pub; serving fine wine and real ale, delicious food and above all a thoroughly warm welcome. About twenty minutes walk in land from Lyme Barn.
Chideock & Seatown
The Anchor Inn is located close to the beach at Seatown. It has plenty of space for an evening drink outside during warmer times and a cosy atmosphere inside during cooler times.
A traditional Dorset Inn, with many tables inside and out. Serving a wide variety of dishes sourced from locally produced produce. It has a great atmosphere both in summer and in winter with two open fires.
The Clock is a 16th Century thatched free house nestling amongst the many thatched and picturesque houses in the attractive village of Chideock, West Dorset. Chideock is on the ancient coaching route from Exeter to London, now the A35.