Hill Barn Self Catering Cottage – Lyme Regis


How to find The Bower self-catering cottage

If you get lost, please call us (01297 445185) for emergency directions!

Local directions:

Beech treesBy road from Lyme Regis:

  • Leave Lyme via Pound Street, signposted Sidmouth and Seaton (A3052).
  • About 200 yards after the Devon sign, at Ware Cross, turn right into Gore Lane, towards Uplyme.
  • Look ahead and to the left for the row of trees that mark our drive and after about 300 yards you will see our drive on the left; look for the white signs. Hill Barn is the third and last house at the end of the gravel drive.

By road from the A35:

  • drive and signsThe A35 is the main route between Dorchester and Honiton.
  • Turn off it, towards Lyme Regis, at the Hunters’ Lodge crossroads. Follow the B3165 through Yawl, and enter Uplyme from the north.
  • In the village, pass the Village Hall on your right, and look for the Talbot Arms pub on your left, after about 50 yards.
  • Turn right up Gore Lane opposite the pub, and follow it out of the village for 7/10 of a mile.
  • At the top of the hill, after 50 yards you will see our drive on the right; look for the white signs. Hill Barn is the third and last house at the end of the gravel drive.

Parking when you arrive:

There is plenty of space to park in front of the Bower.

By public transport:

Axminster station is 6 miles away. Regular train service from London Waterloo on the South West Trains Exeter line. Timetable information is available at the National Rail site.

From the station, there is a regular bus service (First Group) to Uplyme – ask to alight at the Talbot Arms, which is located at the bottom of Gore Lane. Hill Barn is about 15 minutes walk (uphill!) from here.  Alternatively, there is a Taxi rank at the station.

Online bus timetables can be found on the Traveline South West web site. Both services run modern fully-accessible vehicles; the X53 is a double-decker and gives wonderful views across the countryside and coast.

We welcome all our guests, however they get here – cyclists, walkers and motorcyclists, as well as motorists.