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If you’re planning on visiting Lyme Regis, then you simply won’t be able to resist the town’s charming array of independent shops.

Whether you’re looking for clothes, books, antiques or to pick up a feast for a dinner party, Lyme Regis’s shops will have everything you could ever want.

Our guide of the 11 best shops in Lyme Regis bring to you the best places for a spot of shopping – perfect for a day out in Lyme Region in any season. Plus, we’ve included some of the tastiest coffee shops in Lyme Regis too, so you can stop for a pick-me-up after all that bargain hunting!

 Lyme Regis Clothes Shops

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If you’ve come on holiday without a swimming costume and desperately need a new one, or you’re simply looking for some striking clothes to take home with you, then you’ll have a blast browsing the Lyme Regis clothes shops.

Ruby and Oscar

Lyme Regis clothes shops

This quirky boutique offers clothing, accessories, shoes and fragrances for men and women. They offer unique clothing choices, and stock favourite brands like Weird Fish, Nomads and Luella. Wander along to Marine Parade to visit this unique independent clothes shop.

Seasalt Cornwall

Young men shopping

If countryside chic is your style, then don’t hesitate to pay Seasalt Cornwall a visit. Their classic clothes for men and women include cosy knitted jumpers, comfortable dresses, and lightweight raincoats, ideal for exploring the Dorset coastline.

Their shop in Lyme Regis is located on Broad Street, which is within easy reach of all the other shops and cafes.

 Vintage and Antique Shops in Lyme Regis

Antique shop

If you love giving pre-loved goodies a new home, Lyme Regis won’t disappoint. It has a great range of vintage, antique and second-hand shops ready for you to discover and explore.

A Touch of Vintage

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This classic shop is the place to go to find one-of-a-kind vintage jewellery, gorgeous crockery sets, and first-class knitting yarns.

If quilting or knitting is your thing, then you’ll be right at home in their heavenly craft studio which is fully equipped with cutting mats, quilters rulers, pins, needles and sewing threads for all your quilting requirements.

Lyme Regis Antique and Craft Centre

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The Lyme Regis Antique and Craft Centre is filled to the brim with collectables and antiques for you to browse through to your heart’s content. They also have a great collection of second-hand tools, and other interesting items for vintage lovers, and DIY experts.

 Food and Drink Shops in Lyme Regis

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It’s safe to say that you’ll never go hungry whilst on holiday in Lyme Regis. The town boasts a fantastic array of delis, and specialist food shops to keep your taste buds tingling.

 Fudge Kitchen

Variety of fudge

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, don’t walk to the Fudge Kitchen – run! This famous kitchen has been running since the 16th century, and they serve creamy and crumbly delicious fudge in lots of different flavours.

As well as plenty of gluten-free and vegan varieties, they also serve hot drinks to go.

 The Monmouth Pantry

If freshly baked sourdough, local butter and cream, natural wines and organic local grown fruit and veg sounds like your cup of tea, then don’t miss a visit to the Monmouth Pantry.

The shop is eco-friendly and encourages people to come and refill their household cleaning products and toiletries here. Plus, if you stop by on a Saturday, you can pick up some mouth-watering homemade pastries.

The Seriously Good Wine Company

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Fine wines, spirits, ciders, and beers can all be found here. They offer an amazing selection of local and regional alcohols, many of which you can taste in store! These include Conker, Twisted Nose, Tarquin Gin, Dorset Nectar, Exmoor Ciders, and more

 Coffee Shops in Lyme Regis

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Lyme Regis has a thriving food scene, and coffee shops are a very important part of that. So, when you need a break from all that shopping, sit down for a relaxing cup of coffee, and maybe even a Dorset cream tea to boot.

Amid Giants & Idols

Friends drinking coffee together

This trendy coffee shop is a coffee lover’s paradise, as they serve lots of different varieties of this cup of heaven. Cosy, and calm, away from the touristy hustle and bustle, this café is a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike.

They also serve a great selection of yummy, affordable food – including some cracking brunch options. Plus, the covered courtyard at the back makes great seating in the summer months.

Good Food Café & Deli

This independent café and deli really does live up to its name. They have a tasty selection of sweet and savoury treats, including homemade pies, great cakes, and a spectacular ploughman’s lunch.

Their convenient location on Broad Street makes this café an ideal place to stop and refuel on a shopping trip in Lyme Regis.

Black Dog Tea Room

scones with jam and cream

Both a family and dog friendly café – the Black Dog Tea Room will certainly not disappoint. Their scones are legendary, not to mention they make their own tea and jam which is served in large helpings with their classic cream tea.

If you fancy stopping by for lunch, you’ll be treated to a great range of sandwiches and other savoury options. They also have a large garden with lots of outdoor seating, which is perfect for the warmer weather.

If this list of Lyme Regis shops has inspired you to visit the charming seaside town and browse all the incredible local goods on offer, then why not book a stay in one of our Lyme Regis holiday cottages. Enjoyed reading this? Read our blog: : 6 of The Best Pubs in Charmouth for more places to visit.