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Hix Townhouse

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Got a sneaky viewing of the new Hix Townhouse in Lyme Regis. It is so very Mark Hix in style; simple, stylish and eclectic with touches of wry humour. 8 rooms all styled differently, from the Hunting Room to the Garden Room to the quirky Mad Hatters Room. The interior styling was by Mark himself, from vintage finds, something he loves to do. Read more

Fleet Lagoon, Weymouth

Where Weymouth meets Portland is the start of the Fleet Lagoon: Chesil Beach rises up along the length of it with water either side.  Here are the still active oyster beds and isolated fishermens huts with slipways into the lagoon run along the waters edge. In grey Winter light it feels like a time long gone. Bring wellies if you want to walk along the coastal path here: a great walk with views along the Chesil.

Really wanted to go to the Crab House Cafe Read more

Hix Baking Evening

The general policy of My Jurassic Coast is not to mention one off events unless they are a regular occurrence. Hix baking session is a one off but is part of many brilliant events that go on at Hix Oyster and Fish House in Lyme Regis. From lunch with guest chefs to a cooking demo at Mark Hixs home in Charmouth (great even if to just nose around his home) Read more

Hix Fish and Oyster House, Lyme Regis

Somehow I never tire of Hix, they are super stylish and the food is consistently delicious. The new terrace has just opened so you can now sit alfresco and enjoy that stunning view to its max…

  • outside tables on a first come first served basis, non-bookable
  • plenty of terrace bar stools to have a drink and snacks
  • park at the Holmbush car park at the top of the hill and walk through the gardens
  • Hix Oyster and Fish House, always book ahead