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We’re re-opening!

We are excited to announce we are opening from Saturday the 4th of July and are looking forward to welcoming back customers old and new. We hope you understand that things will be a little different to enable us to comply with the Government social distancing guidelines and to ensure we keep both our customers […]

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Valentines Meal Lyme Regis

Treat your loved ones to a cosy three-course meal this Valentines Day! Join us on Friday 14th February and indulge in our locally sourced, delicious menu for just £30 per person. If you’re looking for a Valentines Day meal in Lyme Regis, look no further.  View our Valentines menu here and call 01297 442299 to secure […]

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Sunday Roast In Lyme Regis

If you’re looking for a Sunday roast in Lyme Regis, look no further! We might be well known for our seafood and possibly the best fish and chips in Lyme Regis – but we also do a cracking roast. Our Sunday lunch menu contains a beautiful roast sirloin of Devon beef with all the traditional […]

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Christmas in Lyme Regis – Party Time!

We know it feels as if the summer has only just left us but everyone is already starting to talk about the ‘C’ word! Can you believe we’re already fully booked for Christmas Day? However, if you’re looking for a Christmas Party in Lyme Regis, then look no further. Our Christmas Party Menu is a delicious […]

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Summer is here!

We’re loving the sunshine here at the Harbour Inn! We’ve just launched our summer menu, including local treats such as Lyme Bay mackerel and hake. Everything is home made and freshly prepared right here in our kitchen, from the pastry to the vegetables. We’d love to welcome you for lunch or an evening meal, whether […]

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Lyme Regis History Walks

Looking for a great day out in Lyme Regis? Why not check out the Lyme History Walks run by Chris Lovejoy. Starting from the Marine Theatre and lasting between 1 and 2 hours, the walk will take you over Gun Cliff to the Guildhall — reliving the events of the 1644 Siege of Lyme. From here […]

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