Looks like a fab time and brought back memories of our holiday there a couple of years ago :) bit scary walking the Cobb but I enjoyed the chips as well :)
It looks like you had a lovely time. I've never been but you have inspired me to put it on my list of to do's. I hope your Mum is on the mend and send you lots of positive vibes.
sorry to hear about your mum .. the poor love is really going through it at the minute.. she sounds like a fighter though.. your hotel looks amazing.. it just looks so stylish and comfy at the same timei love the film french leuitentants woman.. i thought meryl played her amazing!!!
What a wonderful time away! I really lived vicariously for a moment there! The hotel is gorgeous and I wish that I could just cut and paste the sitting room (model ship and all) into my own home. I mean, I wish, I wish, I wish I could! A lovely long explore in unsuitable clothes seems to happen once every vacation. It means that your having impromptu adventures, right? I'm so glad that you had a lovely time.We, also, have several friends who are in the same situation that you're in with your mom. I've been following your blog since January and am feeling for you.Love, Katy Noelle
Sounds like you had a lot of fun. Nice to get muddy once in while, it's like being a kid again :o)The views look stunning, think I may have been there once as a child but not sure, will have to check with my mum. Could live in that hotel quite easily!Get well wishes to your wonderful mum. Let's hope we can all do some gardening this weekend, it would be nice to get out there. xx
I love Lyme Regis .... we stayed in Charmouth a couple of years ago which looks across the bay to Lyme and spent some lovely days in Bridport and across the border into Devon at Sidmouth. Thanks for bringing back some lovely memories x
So sorry to hear about your Mum's stroke,what a worry.Hope she will make a speedy recovery.That hotel looks fabulous,so neat and clean looking and with amazing views!I remember climbing Golden Cap on a really hot,sticky day.We started at Charmouth and ,silly me, didn't take any water.When we eventually got to Seatown, and the pub, I think drank a pint of cider in one go.We didn't return the same way,but got a taxi back to Charmouth...I was knackered!Bellaboo :o)
Oh you lucky bunny.I'd love to go to Hugh's River cottage cafe. It looks amazing and like you all had a wonderful time.Thanks for sharing.Catherine x
What fantastic views. Sounds like you had a wonderful time. Chips always taste better at the seaside don't they? Hope your Mum is recovering well.
Sorry to hear about your Mum Carol and hope she is soon on the mend. The place you stayed out looks idealistic. I could really do with getting away somewhere nice right now. The photos are stunning. Thank you for sharing your trip! x
What a lovely break with gorgeous scenery!The hotel looks wonderful!Where are you off to next?Sorry to hear about your mum, hope she recovers well!Rachel x
Crikey...that hotels changed since I last stayed there about 15 years ago...then....old aged cruddy crabby a typical old seaside hotel...looks like a good spruce up beens done...might have to visit again...thanks for sharing.
Sounds fabulous, and if it's fabulous at this time of year, it'll be fabulous any time!Best wishes for your Mum's recovery too.
I want to know how come you made walking on the Cobb look easy! About 8 or so years ago I decided to do the French Lieutenants Woman and try and walk on it during a stormy sea, very frightening!One of my favourite places though. Speedy recovery from the stroke for your mum xxx Betty xxx
That was a lovely visit to a place that I'll probably never see for real, but one that is so familiar from film and books. It looks as though you have a grand time!
Sorry about your mum bless. I love love love that weekend - it looks so great - its on my list of places to go now!! I have been to Lyme Regis and stood on the Cob - but the kids were really littel and I was scared they would launch themselves off!! The hotel looks great - I wouldn't have wanted to leave. xxx
I must go to Lyme Regis!! It looks as though you had a great weekend!!I hope your mum is reecuperating well, and wish you all a great weekend!Sharon xx
Very sorry to read the news about your mum.You did choose a lovely place to spend a weekend. The hotel looks wonderfully realxing and inviting.Lisa x
We were in Lyme for the half-term hols. I absolutely loved being there. I believe I have that very same photo (fossil hunting no.1) of that very same rock. Did you find the antique shop on the front? Spent an enjoyable half hour in there. xx
Im sending a big virtual hug to your mum and yourself, I really hope she is ok!Your weekend looked fab, the hotel did look very inviting!! Claire xxx
gorgeous pics, looks like an amazing time with lovely friends - sorry to hear about your mam
Best of wishes to your Mum. It's such a worry for you all as a family. You've taken some fantastic photos Carol. It certainly looks like you and your friends had a very good time. You look just like I do getting over that gate! The hotel looks absolutely immaculate. I can't imagine any bad reviews coming from there. Whenever we visit Lyme Regis we always have fish 'n chips on the Cobb. The day just wouldn't be the same without it. x
What a wondrous place to visit! Beautiful pictures. Hope your Mum is recovering really well.teaxo
What a gorgeous Hotel! I did chuckle when I saw you both perched on the gate!!! Hope you mum makes a speedy recovery, I am sure the sight of all her family around her will give her the drive to fight and get better! x
Hiya, just dropping to say hope you are well!Claire x
What a lovely place to stay. We enjoyed a weekend recently along the coast at Weymouth. We set off for Lyme Regis for the day but got waylaid at Chesil Beach and never made it...and I had my cloak all ready for the Cobb!Margaret (and Noreen)
Me again, I've just watched Escape to the Country and think I've seen your old cottage, if it is your one, it is gorgeous, I recognised a few of your bits and pieces around your home! You have such beautiful taste! Claire x
Hello nice to meet you...and what a lovely family you have.I have just discovered your beautiful blog and have been reading through your posts.I Love granny blankets...AND a camper van is on my WISH LIST :-)You have 3 gorgeous dogs too.I love lakeland terriers especially. We have a mini-schnauzer called Stanley lOl!I'm a dedicated follower now...Love it!T
Hello CarolMe again, don't worry I'm not stalking you lol!I have left an award for you on my blog :-)Julie x
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