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The Royal Standard, Lyme Regis - pub details

Royal Standard

Address: 25 Marine Parade, Lyme Regis, Dorset, DT7 3JF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5101) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Axminster (5.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 38 users)
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Cobb Arms, Lyme Regis (0.0 miles), Harbour Inn, Lyme Regis (0.0 miles), Volunteer Inn, Lyme Regis (0.3 miles), Rock Point Inn, Lyme Regis (0.3 miles), Nags Head, Lyme Regis (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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a bit more like a pub than the Cobb arms
apparently the pub is 400 years old
however the prices are 21st century

several people had food bills of £25, £ 50, £ 60 etc

the Palmers were quite nice and at £ 3-80 for a Bridport ( as in local ) ale
should be
Leftinthepub44 - 24 May 2017 16:59
A pleasant pubby pub interior with a good atmosphere inside.

I enjoyed the range of Palmers brewery real ales and they were at a decent price considering the location

This for me is the best pub of the three at the cobb end of Lyme.

8/10
montie49 - 30 Nov 2016 17:25
The Cobb Arms was full-to-bursting, so we came here. We'd been before. It's a nice enough place with several varieties of Palmer's and pretty decent food. It is a tad expensive, but that is probably the penalty of being right on the Marine Parade. 7/10
HenPen - 17 Nov 2013 16:37
A very nice pub had something to eat in the outside area food was very good and a good selection of real ales well worth a visit
tench1230 - 18 Dec 2012 21:07
In spite of its prominent position on the cob, this seems to be quite a locals pub at heart although it obviously does get a good selection of visitors popping in.

Theres a good sized patio area at the front to make the most of the sea views. Once you get in you immediately have to navigate around a pool table in order to get to the bar, which is rather unusual. Once past that, you find yourself in a fairly traditional, carpeted pub with black beams on the ceiling, a darts board and a trophy cabinet. The walls were a mixture of white painted plasterwork, wood panelling and exposed stone walling. Another room is off to the right with unpainted oak beams on the ceiling, mostly exposed stone walling, chunky wooden tables and a large glass frieze of the Duke of Monmouth.

I didnt check out the menu, but noticed several specials listed on a board by the bar with most of the mains being around the 10 - 11 mark. Food doesnt seem to be a major focus here though, and I didnt notice anybody eating on a recent Friday evening visit, although its possible that they had stopped serving by the time we were in there. Music policy seemed to be predominantly 80s, and there was a good selection of locals in enjoying a pint.

Beers on tap were all from Palmers with their Dorset Gold, Copper Ale, Best Bitter and 200. Ciders were Thatchers Gold and Old Rascal.
Blackthorn - 9 Aug 2012 13:08

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