We are very lucky to be positioned right next to the beach towards the far end of Weymouth’s beautiful promenade. The town centre is a 5-10 minute walk away, and from there you can go to the old harbour, you can cross the Town Bridge and stroll along the harbour to the Nothe Fort and Gardens, or just sit and watch the world go by at one of the many bars, cafes or restaurants in this area. Weymouth boasts a good number of eateries and we are happy to pass on our personal recommendations or those of previous guests.
If you want to travel around the surrounding area there are plenty of beautiful places to visit. These are just a few.
- Portland, world renowned for its sailing waters, visit the lighthouse at the Bill and see along the length of Chesil Beach.
- Travel along the coast road (B3157) and see 18 miles of stunning coastline (take the time to stop and stare).
- Abbotsbury, a beautiful thatched village that has the famous Swannery and Sub tropical Gardens and St Catherine’s Chapel.
- West Bay (of Broadchurch fame).
- Bridport, a small but lively market town.
- Dorchester, our County Town with lots of history and links to Thomas Hardy the author.
- Lyme Regis with the famous Cobb and again lots of history.
- Charmouth, great for fossil hunting.
- Lulworth Cove a spectacular circular cove, and a Lulworth castle and grounds.
- Durdle Door, an impressive rock arch that is well worth a visit.
- Corfe Castle, discover 1000 years of Corfe Castle’s history as a royal palace and fortress.
- Swanage, a small seaside town with a steam railway and the gateway to Poole via the ferry at Sandbanks.
Don’t worry if you haven’t got the car as there are local buses to these areas.