The Kersbrook is a beautiful thatched eighteenth century Grade II listed building (1780) set in its own picturesque mature gardens just off the town centre with views across Lyme Regis Lyme Bay the sea and the heritage coast line. The house was originally built as a holiday retreat by one of Lyme's most notable citizens Samuel Coade. Licensed bar Private Parking Grade II period thatched listed building.
A 200-300m walk to the town centre and Cobb/ beaches. Family run business
Family run this guest accommodation business has 14 traditionally decorated guest rooms a licensed bar and guest lounge with private secure on site parking just beyond the walled garden. The Kersbrook is situated within 250m easy walking distance of Lyme Regis town centre its beaches and the ancient Cobb Harbour. (Lyme Regis has historical links with the Duke of Monmouth and of course John Fowles' 'French Lieutenant's Woman.') The family offer traditional hospitality combined with modern comforts and a member of the family or staff is always available to meet and greet you on arrival and look after you during your stay.
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Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Lyme Regis area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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