Regis Guest House

Lyme Road, Uplyme, Lyme Regis UK DT7 3TJ
Tel: 01297 442095
Mobile: 07890 358408
Website: http://www.regisguesthouse.org
From (per night/week): £65 per room per night
Description:

Welcome to Regis House our beautiful Edwardian Detached home built in 1880. Graham and Andrea Sheargold are able to offer three luxurious letting bedrooms all with either full en-suite facilities or private bathroom. All our rooms are tastefully decorated and fitted out with brand new, quality beds and furniture. One of the most impressive aspects of Regis House is the wonderfully spacious room sizes which will enable you to enjoy the superb and relaxed atmosphere that exists here.

To ensure that your stay is relaxing and memorable we offer you breakfast served to your room each morning. Breakfast will consist of local Dorset cereals, fresh fruit and yoghurt, our own homemade savoury breakfast tarts together with Danish pastries and croissant, all freshly baked each morning, conserve, fruit juice, Dorset tea and freshly filtered coffee, decaf or regular.

Room Facilities:

2 very large premium quality, kingsize bedrooms.
1 comfortable, premium quality double bedroom.
Full En-suite or Own Private Bathroom
Tea/Coffee making facilities with fresh milk available daily.
TV with Freeview in each room.
Free Wi-Fi
Premium quality bed linen
Complimentary toiletries
Free On-Site Parking
Use of garden/patio area with seating and drinks glasses
Hair dryers are provided in each room

Sorry but we are unable accept any animals nor are we be able to offer accommodation for the disabled as access to the first floor landing is via a traditional staircase. We do not accept children under the age of 12 years and we operate a strictly no-smoking environment for health and fire safety compliance reasons.

We accept reservations for a minimum of 2 nights only with longer periods attracting a reduction and we accept payment by cheque, cash, PayPal or Direct Bank Transfer. All Rooms are Double Occupancy though a Single Occupancy Reduction may be applied during off peak or quieter periods. An initial deposit equal to one nights stay will be required in-advance and a cancellation fee may be levied where less than 3 days notice of cancellation is received.

Accommodation

Room 1 is an impressively large kingsize bedroom which has been tastefully decorated and furnished throughout with both French style and traditional English furniture. The room comes complete with a Flat Screen Digital TV with Freeview, Tea/Coffee making facilities, fresh milk and complimentary snacks. This room enjoys the benefit of beautiful views over the Lym Valley and will allow you to experience the wonderful sunrises that illuminate the skies above Lyme Bay whilst enjoying your freshly baked morning breakfast in the comfort, convenience and privacy of your own space.

Room 1 has its own very large and spacious En-suite facilities which include a deep Villeroy & Boch bath with over shower and screen, co-ordinating bathroom towels/linen, complimentary toiletries and is all finished with marble floors and wall tiles and co-ordinated fitments.

Room 2 is our very spacious Garden Room with its own Kingsize Bed and Colonial Style Painted furniture complimented with a touch of Asia. Relax in comfortable easy chairs whilst enjoying your freshly baked morning breakfast in this quiet, peaceful and luxurious setting.

Enjoy the view over our newly planted and landscaped garden. Luxuriate in a beautiful bathroom which comes complete with a deep Villeroy & Boch bath, walk-in double shower cubicle with co-ordinating bathroom towels/linen, complimentary toiletries and soft white dressing gowns. The bathroom is all finished in matching marble flooring and wall tiles and with co-ordinated fitments.

Room 3 is our more compact but ample Double Bed Garden Room. This room is furnished using French Style Painted furniture and benefits from a double aspect which will allow you to enjoy views over both the Lym Valley to the front and our Garden to the rear.

Room 3 has its own En-Suite shower cubicle with co-ordinating bathroom towels/linen and complimentary toiletries. As with our other two rooms, your freshly baked breakfast will be enjoyed in the comfort, privacy and convenience of your own room where you may enjoy the view over our newly landscaped garden.
Regis House, where Dorset and Devon meet.

Standing in its own grounds and with plenty of off road parking, we invite you to come and enjoy the peace and tranquillity that exists here. Space is abundant throughout the house with a large entrance hallway and grand stairs up to the first floor landing. Relax and enjoy your beautiful accommodation, un-wind and let your batteries recharge. Bring a glass of wine onto the garden patio and enjoy the late afternoon/evening sun.

We benefit from close and direct access to many of the walks in this area and particularly the nearby valley walk down along the tree lined Lym River to the very heart of old Lyme Regis with its Marine Parade, famous Cobb, shops, cafes, restaurants, museum and theatre. Enjoy fine quality food made from local ingredients in a variety of different establishments. There is something here to suit everyone’s tastes from the award winning seafood chef Mark Hix’s restaurant through to wonderfully fresh fish and chips, beside the sea if you like, pasta, pizza, Thai, Indian and a host of pubs which serve a variety of Gastro and traditional English and family foods. And of course, don’t let’s forget the very excellent locals beers, ciders and wines that are available from our own Lyme Regis micro brewery, Palmers Brewery of Bridport and the Lyme Bay winery to name just a few.

Round and about

Lyme Regis – Is an ancient town featured in the Doomsday Book. Stroll around the town and take in the history, visit the very many sites, visit the museum, explore the beaches for ancient fossils, sail, fish, swim, sunbath, shop, walk the coastal path, enjoy the theatre or cinema, take part in any of the monthly events that are organised through out the year. Lyme Regis offers fun and entertainment for all, young or old, you are only limited by your own imagination. www.lymeregis.org

Charmouth – The gateway to the Jurassic coast and only a couple of miles from Lyme Regis. Charmouth and can be reached either by car, public transport or even walking if you’re slightly more adventurous. It is a beautiful, smaller sea-side resort with its own beaches, shops and cafes. It tends to be flatter than Lyme and during the summer months hosts it own weekly Monday market. www.charmouth.org

Bridport – Famous for rope making and as a market town where it still hosts a twice weekly traditional English market. Good shopping is to be found hear from a host of independent traders and National chains with an array of interesting antique and Bric a Brac shops and markets which are mainly set back in the little lanes and old industrial units behind the main street. www.bridportandwestbay.co.uk
Axminster – Situated on the River Axe and once a famous carpet town but possibly now better known as the home of the world famous River Cottage Canteen and Deli. You may bump into a celebrity, you certain will have the opportunity to sample for yourself the delights of the daily menu and may even pick up some items to bring home with you. www.axminster.org

West Bay – A harbour and family resort now famous for the televised series of Broadchurch. It’s a great place to visit and enjoy Alfresco eating. Stroll along the beach see if you can spot any of the now familiar views. Fishing trips and boat cruises are available locally, it’s always a colourful place to visit. www.bridportandwestbay.co.uk

Chesil Beach and Abbotsbury – 18 miles of pebble beaches, great for sun bathing, swimming, fishing and wild life. Take a picnic, have a stroll along its length. Visit Abbotsbury and its Subtropical Gardens and the Swannery. Climb up to the Church and take in the spectacular views from Portland to West Bay. www.chesilbeach.org and www.abbotsbury.co.uk

Beer – Beautiful, picturesque and part of the East Devon World Heritage Coast, a must visit place during your stay. Stop for a bite to eat in one of the village cafés or Tea Rooms, take your ease on the beach, stroll amidst the boats of the local fishing fleet, enjoy fresh crab caught daily and sold in the co-operative fish shop. Wander amongst the galleries, relax and let time just pass you by. www.beer-devon.co.uk
Exeter – Ancient and historic with superb architecture, a city famous for its cathedral and history and one of the original and early centres of learning. Exeter offers the complete day out; culture, history, food, sport, shopping, river walks, museums, galleries and theatre. www.heartofdevon.com
Dorchester – Heading East from Lyme, skirting Bridport and onto the County Town of Dorset, Dorchester is only 45 minutes away. Similar to Exeter, but smaller, Dorchester offers history, architecture, shopping, food, museums and galleries but with the added advantage of having direct associations with the novelist Thomas Hardy and attractions such as the remains and beautiful mosaics floors of a Roman Townhouse, Maiden Castle and the Maumbury Rings. A great day out and well worth a visit. www.dorchester.co.uk

Booking and Room Rates

To enquire about room availability please contact us by phone, text or e-mail on:
Home Phone 01297 – 442095

Mobile Phone 07890 – 358408 you may call or text

e-mail enquiries to: info@regisguesthouse.org
Room rates for 2016 are based upon 2 adults sharing and are inclusive of breakfast served to your room.

Room 1 – Lym Valley View

Premier Kingsize Room with Full En-Suite – £75.00p per room per night

Room 2 – Garden View

Premier Kingsize Room with Private Bathroom – £70.00p per room per
night

Room 3 – Garden View with Limited Lym Valley View

Premier Double Room with Shower En-Suite – £65.00p per room per night

Terms and Condiitons:

Single occupancy may attract a reduction during quiet or off peak periods if available and at the owner discretion. Please contact us for further details.

Stays of 3 nights or more will attract a reduction to the room rate dependant upon availability and time of year. Bank and Public Holiday periods will be excluded from such reduction.

Should breakfast not be required during all or part of your stay, and providing at least 24 hours notice is given, then a £5.00p per person reduction will be applied to your room tariff.

To reserve a room we do require an advance deposit equal to one night’s room rate. Payment may be made either by cash, cheque, PayPal or Direct Bank Transfer. Balances should be settled on the morning of departure at the latest.

Cancellations – Providing a minimum of 14 days notice is given of cancellation of a booking then no charge will be levied. Cancellations made within this term will attract a charge equal to the minimum deposit and even up to the full reservation charge at the owner discretion.

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