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The Harbour Inn, Lyme Regis - pub details

Harbour Inn

Address: The Cobb, Marine Parade, Lyme Regis, Dorset, DT7 3JF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26434) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Axminster (5.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 28 users)
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Great location and as ever you have to pay for that.

It feels more like a café come restaurant type of place so not really a traditional pub.

However my pint of otter bitter was absolutely fantastic by far the best one I had all day.

7/10
montie49 - 11 Jul 2016 18:39
The light pine furnishings are ore befitting a restaurant and the food did look good, albeit on the pricey side. Beers are from Otter and were very well kept although I continue to hope that one of the area's pubs will take the plunge and order in the superb beers from relative newcomer, the Town Mill Brewery.
BoehmBawerk - 2 Dec 2014 07:26
Nice pub/bar served a decent Otter ale and Thatchers gold.
ian241 - 19 Apr 2013 19:06
This pub is in a prime spot overlooking the harbour and makes the most of it’s views with a small terrace at the front of the pub. Inside there are two rooms, although neither really feel that “pubby” – in many ways it’s got more of a cafe feel to it, although it’s by no means unpleasant.

The front bar has black slate tiles on the floor and chunky wooden furniture as well as the bar counter. Up a couple of steps at the rear and you find the other room which looks to be more intended for diners than drinkers. This has rough wooden flooring and bench pine seating around the perimeter with plenty of cushions. There was some exposed stonework on the walls that had been painted cream and elsewhere the plasterwork was a mixture of dark blue and maroon. Various pieces of artwork were dotted around the walls, much of it for sale. I use the term “artwork” loosely – one particularly large piece opposite where I was sitting consisted merely of light blue paint across the top gradually fading to dark blue paint at the bottom. Other than that, the only thing on there was a couple of smudges that could perhaps have been interpreted as someone walking a dog on the beach. At £860 it didn’t really strike me as much of a bargain.

Food wise, the menu tended very much towards fish dishes as might be expected going on it’s location. I had the Creamy smoked haddock, prawn and salmon fish pie while Mrs. B had Crab fish cakes with a chilli sauce. Both were decent dishes, and although not cheap at around £12 each, you get what you pay for and we were both quite happy with them.

Beers on tap were Otter Ale, Otter Bitter and Tribute. Ciders were Thatcher’s Gold and Cornish Rattler. Overall, I quite liked this place – decent food, good location and friendly staff. But if you’re after a more traditional pub, it may not be for you.
Blackthorn - 30 Jul 2012 20:12
More of a tourist honeypot than a pub in the conventional sense....but you can't knock its fantastic position on the beach.
mozzzzzz - 11 Apr 2012 14:00

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