We offer two double rooms and one twin room which are all fresh, light and airy.  Rooms One and Two have a splendid view over the village green in the valley at the centre of the village. Room Three has a double aspect to the east and north, cooler in the evenings. Find out more by clicking on the red room numbers:

  • Room One: Double with private shower/bathroom.
  • Room Two: Double  with en-suite shower room
  • Room Three: Twin with en-suite shower room

There is free Wi-Fi available. Please refer to your information pack for the log in password.

We offer a welcome tea tray with home made ginger oat biscuits (read our reviews on TripAdvisor!) and guests are welcome to relax on  arrival on the sunny terrace at the front of the house or in the  conservatory if needed.  We have a small vegetable patch and greenhouse, and you are welcome to inspect the progress of our flowers and vegetables!  Our family books are available for you to borrow, which include a selection on local history and geographical topics,and we have a selection of family games.

The house is available to guests from 4pm until 10.30 am the following day.  Housekeeping takes place between 10.30 and 12.00. On your day of arrival if you wish to book in before 4pm please let us know so we can be sure to be here to welcome you.

  • Breakfast Conservatory
  • Sun terrace
  • Next door to the village pub – lovely lunches and evening meals
  • Children welcome (zed bed and cot available)
  • One night bookings taken
  • Bus stop outside the house
  • Ideal for a walking break-East Devon Way and near South West Coast Path
Springtime

The house, built in 1927 (by Jenni’s great great Uncle Arthur),  has a lovely sunny aspect, in an elevated position facing southwest and overlooking the village green where cricket, tennis and croquet are played.

Westley is on the X51/X53 bus routes to Lyme and beyond which conveniently stop just near the house. The X51 has replaced the old X31  from Dorchester to Axminster.  Here it joins the West Country London to Exeter train route at Axminster railway station. At Dorchester there is a connection for Weymouth. Together these buses provide an hourly service to Lyme and on to Bridport.

Nearby: Village shop/filling station/Post Office (bank facilities), tennis court just opposite the house available for hire from the village shop (£6 per hour), East Devon Way for ramblers, croquet club, cricket club, River Cottage Park Farm HQ for Cookery Courses, events and meals (5 mins by car), River Cottage Canteen at Axminster 10 mins by car.

The calendar of events and entertainment in Lyme Regis in 2018 will  provide the usual fun days with arts and marine events and musical extravaganzas.  Lyme is action packed for entertainment with a good balance of activities. You can look these up on the Lyme Regis Tourist information calendar of events.

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