Enjoy a great day of shopping in Lyme Regis
If you’ve been thinking about getting away for a break in 2012 and are worried about how much it might cost, you may want to consider staying closer to home.
Lyme Regis (PRUnderground) April 1st, 2012
If you’ve been thinking about getting away for a break at some point in 2012 and are worried about how much it might cost, you may want to consider staying closer to home for your holiday. As international air fares and the price of overseas trips in general continue to rise, more and more people are deciding to not leave the country and save money over the summer months; and, with peaceful, attractive and historic domestic destinations like Lyme Regis ready to be discovered, it is easy to see why the UK is experiencing a tourist boom.
If you do decide to stay in one of the many elegant yet affordable Lyme Regis hotels this year, you and your group will be able to benefit from having more to spend in the diverse selection of independent shops that fill the town. Whether you are looking to find souvenirs, fossils, antiques, food, or just feel like taking the time to browse and soak up Lyme’s tranquil atmosphere, you’ll be sure to enjoy your relaxing day of buying and exploring.
Lyme Regis is, of course, famous for its rich geological history, and here you can explore some of the vast array of ammonites and other fossils that have been uncovered on the beaches and in the cliffs of the local area over the years and are now for sale in our dedicated shops.
With a great range of Lyme Regis accommodation options to choose from and a countless number of sights and attractions awaiting your arrival, why spend more than you have to on a holiday abroad? Book your trip away now and get ready to learn more about the Jurassic Coast, the beautiful county of Dorset and the town’s amazing heritage.
About Lyme Regis
LymeRegis.org is the official website for the charming seaside town of Lyme Regis.
You can find details on accommodation, upcoming events, the shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs around the town and much, much more, all at LymeRegis.org.