Winter offer £75 per person per night.
On arrival at HIX Townhouse you will be given a £50 voucher to redeem against your meal at HIX Oyster and Fish House during your stay. Between November and March, HIX Oyster & Fish House will be offering a set lunch and dinner menu from £19.50. Please call 01297 442499 and quote ‘Winter Offer’ to receive this offer. Prices based on double occupancy only. Valid 1st November 2018 to 28th March 2019 excludes 24th - 31st December 2018.
HIX Townhouse offers stunning guest house accommodation in Lyme Regis, Dorset. Our boutique guest house is the perfect place to escape to from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
Our luxurious guest house has a range of rooms themed around restaurateur/owner Mark Hix’s passions for hunting, fishing, gardening and sailing. Some rooms enjoy glorious sea views. Two doubles can be turned into family rooms and 1 can be made into a twin room. We deliver a breakfast hamper to your room, including homemade sweet and savoury goods, locally produced cereal and fresh fruit. A communal kitchen is also available for guests to make toast and top up hot and cold drinks. All the rooms feature:
King size or superior king beds.
Flat screen TV.
Nespresso machines and fresh milk.
Mini bar with Black Cow Vodka, Salcombe gin, Tonnix wine and a selection of local soft drinks and snacks.
You can book dinner at HIX Oyster & Fish House which is only a few minutes away. Enjoy locally sourced fish and seafood. The restaurant boasts glorious views of the Jurassic Coast, perfect for a memorable dining experience. Guests will enjoy 10% off their bill when staying at the Townhouse.
A range of great attractions are nearby:
Dinosaurland Fossil Museum.
Lyme Regis Museum.
Lyme Regis Marine Aquarium.
For more information please visit our website.
Rates: From £120 to £150 per room per night.
Winter offer currently £95 for 2 on Monday, Tuesday & Sunday.
Children are welcome.
Dogs are welcome by arrangement in 2 of the rooms but not pets in general.
Dinner by arrangement.
4 Star Visit England.