9 Bowling Green is a split level beach chalet with wonderful sea views a short walk from the beach at Lyme Regis, sleeping 4 in 2 bedrooms.
This modern split level beach chalet with a mezzanine sleeping area and wonderful sea views is situated overlooking the peaceful Bowling Green, just a short walk from the main beach and Lyme Regis' famous Cobb Harbour. The light and airy interior has a modern contemporary feel and benefits from a generous open plan living space for its overall size, with French doors that open out on to a large deck with far-reaching sea views. The welcoming appeal of this modern beach chalet makes it ideal for 'All Year Breaks'.
The chalet is built to a high specification and offers comfortable accommodation with many homely touches. Warm and cosy, with its own decked area for al fresco eating and sunbathing, outdoor seating and a picnic table mean you can enjoy breakfast and relaxing evenings with amazing and uninterrupted views across Lyme Bay, with Portland in the far distance. Its location is quite like no other. The outstanding beauty of this spot on the Jurassic Coast is now recognised as a World Heritage Site.
Front door and stairs down to:
Open plan living area on the ground floor with access to the deck. Corner sofa, dining table and chairs, TV and DVD, flame effect electric fire and portable heater.
Kitchen with oven, induction hob, microwave, slimline dishwasher, fridge with icebox.
Bedroom 1: Single 3ft bed.
Shower room with a small shower, washbasin and WC.
Narrow Stairs to
Mezzanine level: Double 4ft 6inch bed and Single 2ft 6inch bed. (Please note: restricted head height due to the eaves and the single bed is only suitable for a child).
Decked area for al fresco dining with seating, picnic bench and parasol. Sea views
Parking for one car behind the beach chalet.
Lyme Regis, nicknamed 'The Pearl of Dorset' lies on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast and is near Charmouth and the Devon border. Lyme Regis is a historic seaside resort and fishing port and boasts breathtaking scenery, making it a resort for all seasons. The town is famous for its fossils, often found on its beaches and cliffs. In fact, it was in the cliffs that the famous Ichthyosaur was discovered by Mary Anning, the daughter of a local fossil collector. She went on to find a complete Plesiosaur and the well-preserved remains of a flying reptile. Book a fossil walks with local experts to ensure you are both safe and full of knowledge by the end. The famous harbour wall known as 'The Cobb' featured in the film and novel of The French Lieutenant's Woman.
Lyme Regis is a great place to eat out and has a wide variety covering the globe as well as price. From traditional fish and chips to Asian fusion, Indian, Italian, Spanish and British. For foodies try Robin Wylde and their amazing taste menus. The Whole Hog will have you feeling full with excellent roasts while Red Panda offers Asian as well as a traditional British menu. For a proper wood-fired pizza try Pocco Pizza.