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The Mariners

Silver Street, LYME REGIS, DT7 3HS

Once a coaching inn in the 17th century, this restored property in the heart of the town is steeped in Lyme's fossil history, having once been home to the Philpot sisters, famed as collectors in the early 19th century. Beatrix Potter is said to have stayed here too, reputedly writing The Tale of Little Pig Robinson - The Mariners is illustrated in the book. The building combines traditional character with modern style. Simple menus feature the best of local seafood and other quality ingredients in dishes such as fillet of Weymouth sea bass, tomato and olive risotto and lobster oil; pork fillet, courgette provenšale, crushed new potatoes and oregano jus; and lemon and lime parfait with chilled berry soup. Only bottled beers are available.

Further information

Tel: 01297 442753
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Otter Bright, Mighty Hop Mighty Red IPA & Mariners Ale


All day all week


Children welcome.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.
Bedrooms available.



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A35 onto B3165 (Lyme Rd). The Mariners is pink building opposite road to The Cobb (Pound Rd)

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