5 bedroom, 2 bathroom, sleeps a maximum of 8
Charles and Liz Teall
About Charles and Liz Teall
My wife Liz and I live in the Cotswolds
Charles and Liz Teall purchased this Cottage in 1957
Why Charles and Liz Teall chose Lyme Regis
My father bought Appletrees as a family holiday home back in the 1950's. As my boarding school was in Taunton it was useful as a holiday get-away. Now with our family grown up we are bringing our own grandchildren down to Appletrees.
What makes this Cottage unique
Appletrees is ideally situated close to the beach, but away from the crowds in the oldest part of Lyme Regis.
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Really clean beautiful cottage, plenty of room and lovely garden. 5 mins walk to the beach, perfect location.
Perfect location and property
As a group of single, (almost) middle aged adults, this was the perfect property for us with plenty of rooms and space for us all to enjoy time together and apart and the same could be said for families too. The large outside space is a real joy and very versatile with both covered and uncovered seating areas.
The property has the added bonus of being at the bottom of the hill and for those of you who know Lyme Regis, it's always easier to go downhill at the end of the day!
We would all recommend this property.
We travelled down to celebrate a family memebr’s 50 birthday in his home town and with his family.
The property I has some original features that capture its history. It is well looked after and set among the houses that lead down to the sea & picturesque beach.
We were a party of 7 and there was plenty of accommodation. All the beds were fresh and clean and all the facilities ready for us to use as a family. The owner couldn’t have been more helpful and personable. We had a very enjoyable short stay and would be happy to go back there soon
Lovely little house in a perfect location
We really enjoyed our stay here. The High Street and coast are 5 minutes walk away, the locals are really friendly and the house has everything you need. There were 7 of us staying here and just enough room for everyone. The annex space out back has been deigned really well to give a large very double room with a huge and really comfortable bed which we struggled to leave each morning!
Nice quirky little cottage with everything we needed for a weekend break, no Wi-Fi but that wasn't a problem for us. All clean and tidy.
Stunning scenery on the doorstop and 2 minutes walk from the centre made this the perfect location for us
We loved our stay at the cottage.
It is close to the beach and town. Perfect location for a family holiday.
The house is in a lovely condition and spacious, with all the comforts of home.
If you are thinking about booking there, do not hesitate just book it!
We loved it, could not ask for more.
Lyme Regis is the perfect place for a family holiday and Appletrees has been equipped particularly with families in mind. When our children were small, the short level walk to the beach was a huge advantage with its glorious bay of golden sand which curves around and joins the celebrated Cobb and its tiny harbour.Within easy reach of Lyme Regis lie many places of interest. For walkers, try any of the cliff top walks for spectacular coastal views, or travel west to the river Otter or east to fascinating Chesil beach, Abbotsbury Swannery or Portland. For children, try Cricket St. Thomas, Seaton Percorama or Farway Country park. Or, close to home the Seaton to Colyton tramway. The town offers a good golf course, many excellent restaurants and old fashioned pubs and the whole area abounds in traditional tea shops and antique shops. Further afield lie Exeter with its beautiful Cathedral, Dorchester with its iron-age hill fort and Corfe with its extraordinary ruined castle.
Golf: Lyme Regis Golf Club recognised as one of the finest golf courses in the south west.
The course occupies a cliff top site with coastal views towards Portland Bill and overlooks the historic town and world heritage site of Lyme Regis.