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Bed and Breakfast accommodation in beautiful surroundings...

Fingle, Pound Lane, Uplyme, Lyme Regis, Dorset DT7 3TT

Tel: 01297 443481 Mob: 07765 555894


What a difference a week makes.  This time last week we had guests and the shower room was in use!  Now ……… James has worked so hard and it now looks like this!!





Day two!

There is nothing like a bit of demolition! They say there is no gain without pain!image image

Updating The Ammonite shower room

We are updating the Ammonite shower room. I shall post daily pictures of the progress!!


imageThis was yesterday, 25 January.

Flapjack Recipe

When our guests arrive they are offered a tray of tea and flapjack, many have requested the recipe.  Well here it is:




  • 280g butter
  • 280g soft brown sugar
  • 4 large tbsp malt (I put in half a 370g jar)
  • 350g rolled oats
  • 150g chopped nuts – of your choice
  • 280g dried chopped apricots/prunes/cranberries – again of your choice


  1. Put butter, soft brown sugar and malt in a small pan, then heat gently until melted.
  2. Tip oats, nuts and fruit of your choice into a medium bowl. Pour over the melted butter mixture and stir to combine.
  3. Transfer to a 40cm x 40cm greased and lined baking tray and cook at 160C/140C fan/gas 4 for 25-30 mins. Remove and cool in tin, then slice into 16, this depends on how big you want your pieces to be!! Will keep in an airtight container for up to 3 days.

I have to admit that I don’t weigh anything out, I have been making it for so long that everything goes into the saucepan, please experiment with the above recipe to get the consistency that you like.




How about taking a break at Fingle?


Life is about moments,

Don’t wait for them,

Create them.

Why not book a break at Fingle Bed and Breakfast, rest and relaxation, sea air and beautiful walks.




From garden to pot


Rhubarb picked from the garden at 3.30pm yesterday and prepared for Rhubarb and vanilla jam, potted at 5.15pm and on the breakfast table for my guests to enjoy this morning.  Now that is fresh.


A walk through the Pinetum, Uplyme


After I had finished cooking breakfast and cleaning the rooms yesterday I went for a walk through the Pinetum, Uplyme with a friend.  The peace and tranquillity was wonderful and the bluebells and beech leaves were beautiful.  The blue and the green so fresh and new.  The views through the branches over Uplyme were so picturesque. We are very lucky to live in this beautiful part of the country/world and to be able to share it with our guests.  We have just had a couple from Australia stay and they could not get over the different greens of the countryside.






River Cottage – Autumn Early Bird Offer


I know we haven’t had summer yet, although the weather during April has been absolutely fantastic, but it is never too early to be thinking about something to look forward to in the autumn.  Take a look at the River Cottage website and browse on the home page/latest news/Early bird offer.  Lots of interesting events coming up.

We have many guests that go to River Cottage for all sorts of events, weddings, dining, the seasonal fairs, cooking courses and foraging courses … so much do choose from.

River Cottage update

Do take a look at the River Cottage update there are some very interesting articles and some scrummy recipes:

Just off to do breakfast for my guests, I hope everyone has a really lovely day.  The weather here is beautiful, sunny and blue skies with a little bit of a refreshing wind.  It does make the air clarity so pure, perfect for taking photographs.


Yesterday we went to ……


Pittards Factory Outlet Shop, Yeovil,, as I have been asked to make a leather bag for a friend.  Wow what an Aladin’s Cave.  James and I then went and had lunch in Sherborne, another beautiful town to explore, on our way to Lytes Cary Manor, Nr Charlton Mackrell, Somerton TA11 7HU.  A National Trust property with beautiful Arts and Crafts inspired gardens.  The weather was perfect and the gardens were springing into life.  We shall definitely be back again at regular intervals to see the garden throughout the year in each of the seasonal phases.