Our Food

Mussels in White Wine Sauce Sausage and Mashed Potato Sirloin Steak Beer Battered Cod Beer Battered Cod

The Rock Point Inn is a friendly meeting place where you can relax in a modern ambience and sample our excellent menu with an adventurous emphasis on locally caught fresh fish and of course - crab and lobster. Where possible we source and use local produce and have many homemade favourites

Sample Menu

Main Meals

  • 8oz Rump Steak
  • Sausages and Mash
  • Homemade Pies
  • Homemade beer batter cod.
  • Mussels in a white wine sauce
  • Pint of Shell on Prawns served with Brown Bread
  • Always a choice of fresh vegetables, chips, new potatoes & mash
  • Different fish specials each week including but not limited to - plaice, sardines & mackerel.

Light Bites

  • Soup of the day
  • Sandwiches / Baguettes
  • Ploughmans Lunches
  • Jacket Potatoes
  • A Childrens Menu

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The Rock Point Inn has been recognised by CAMRA as the Number 1 bar in West Dorset and East Devon.

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Secure parking when available is located just up the hill from the Inn - free of charge.

Foodie Quote

"I don't like food that's too carefully arranged; it makes me think that the chef is spending too much time arranging and not enough time cooking. If I wanted a picture I'd buy a painting."

~ Andy Rooney

Wireless Internet

At The Rock Point Inn we have wireless internet throughout the pub, and in every single one of our rooms.

wireless internet is available throughout the The Rock Point Inn Lyme Regis

Radio Feature

DJ Mark Anthony's MUSICANA: The Musical Carousel show. The following audio clip is taken from an interview with Mark Anthony and The Rock Point Inn Propreitor Gail Caddy about Guitars on the Beach and Lyme Regis.


..of Lyme Regis

firefox The first written record of Lyme Regis was in 774AD when the West Saxon King Cynewulf gave the land along the river Lym to the monks of Sherborne Abbey, to establish a sea salt manufacturing industry. However man had inhabited this area for thousands of years. The Iron Age forts of Pilsdon Pen, Lamberts Castle, Blackberry Castle and Coney Castle lend testament to those early ancestors.

The town was known by the Romans as "Lym Supra Mare". A Roman Villa has been found at the nearby village of Harcombe. Lyme takes its name from the river Lym; Lym meaning a torrent of water.

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