Lyme Regis (2), Dorset
A view of Broad Street looking uphill away from the sea. Lyme Regis is mentioned in the Domesday Book and a Royal Charter was granted by King Edward I in 1284 when 'Regis' was added to the town's name.
Next to the Royal Lion Hotel in Broad Street is Drakes Way leading to the Town Mill.
At the junction of Church Street and Bridge Street is the Guildhall, a rather interesting and unusual building, and close by is the Tourist Information Centre.
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Sherborne Lane, near the junction of Broad Street, silver Street and Pound Street, dates back to Saxon times. It is attractive, narrow and fairly steep and features a number of listed buildings.
Following it downhill will bring you to the river and turning left to the bridge then crossing the bridge and turning back onto the path on the other side of the river will take you back into town via the Town Mill.
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This is the riverside path which runs from Coombe Street to the Town Mill and then, after crossing the river again, will take you back into Broad Street in the town centre.
It is an easy path and has water on both sides.
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