A beautiful, charming and characterful cottage in the very heart of Lyme Regis. Retaining many original features including exposed stone and brickwork and with ceiling beams throughout, this property has been sympathetically converted and tastefully furnished to compliment the style and age of the cottage.
A delightful feature of the cottage is its small private cobbled courtyard, accessed from the lounge, and providing a perfect spot to enjoy breakfast or a glass of wine at the end of the day.
With its origins stretching back to Saxon times, Sherborne Lane is a mix of quaint and colourful period cottages of individual character and style. The Majors, located at the bottom of this pedestrian lane, overlooks the River Lym and the nearby riverside walk provides easy walking into the town and beaches. The independent shops, restaurants and galleries are only two minutes’ walk away making this an ideal retreat for couples looking to enjoy this historic and picturesque seaside town.
- The staircase in the property is quite narrow and twisting and may not be suitable for the very young or infirm. There are some internal steps and stair gates will not fit the staircase.
- Babies under 1 welcome but sorry no children.
- Access to the garden is via steep and slightly uneven steps so care will be needed.
Small entrance hall with feature stained glass
Lounge with electric 'wood burner' style stove, exposed stonework and ceiling beams, with small dining table and French doors leading out to cobbled courtyard with seating
Small galley kitchen
Bedroom: Double bed with views over the River Lym footpath
Shower room: corner shower, w.c. and wash basin
Cobbled courtyard at the rear of the property with table & chairs
One parking permit supplied for Woodmead car park on Hill Road (no allocated space) within a 5 minute walk
Linen & towels included - bed made up
Not supplied, please bring or hire if required: travel cot, highchair
- TV with DVD player
- Electric oven and induction hob
- Fridge with icebox
- Gas central heating
- Electric 'wood burner' style stove