Set in the heart of the Dorset Heritage Coast, Weymouth has a Blue-flag winning beach, an amazing seafront where many of the events of the 2012 Olympics were held, exciting watersports, as well as walking and cycling trails into the Dorset countryside.
Visit Weymouth visitor information.
On the doorstep:
As well as the main, sandy beach at Weymouth with an array of holiday activities such as donkey rides, Punch & Judy Show, there are other famous beaches and quiet coves within a short distance of the Hotel.
Chesil Beach, 2 miles
Bowleaze Cove, 2.5 miles
Weymouth Pavilion, 0.5 mile
The Pavilion hosts a huge array of talent and shows ranging from comedy to musicals and the very best tribute acts. There are also weekly regular events that include line dancing and ballroom dancing, together with a Sunday comedy night.
Nothe Fort and Museum of Coastal Defence, 1 mile
The fort once protected Portland harbour. It now hosts events and visitors here to discover its incredible history and amazing views out over the town, the surrounding countryside and the ocean.
Sea Life Adventure Park, 1.4 miles
Everything and anything can be found at the Sea Life Centre in Weymouth, from poison dart frogs and penguins to piranhas, the turtle sanctuary to penguin beach and the much-loved famous ocean tunnel.
Lodmoor Country Park, 1.5 miles
350 acres of open space, activities and events such as car rallies, fairs and circus shows. Barbeque stands and picnic tables are available for the public to use throughout the year.
Wessex Golf Centre, 2 miles
9-hole golf course and a 16-bay undercover, floodlit driving range and pro shop – the perfect place to get some practice in while you are staying in Weymouth.
Adventure 4 All, 4 miles
Weymouth and Portland’s leading outdoor activity provider, specialising in Coasteering, Paddleboarding (SUP), Kayaking and a range of other outdoor adventure pursuits.
Came Down Golf Club, 6 miles
18-hole golf course in the heart of the Dorset countryside where visitors are welcome.
West Dorset Heritage Coast and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 7 miles
One of England’s most beautiful, storied and historic landscapes – a treasure trove of walking and cycling routes, quaint villages, incredible views, picnic areas and wildlife.