"Very good hotel, great facilities, lovely location"
Had a two night stay over Easter, and despite the weather had a wonderful stay.
Some areas of the hotel could do with some TLC, but other aspects make up for that. The facilities are great for families, staff very helpful, food tasty (possibly a bit over priced), and overall definitely one of the best choices in the area that we could find. Without a doubt had the most to offer for families.
Hotel dog was lovely, a lovely homely feel to the lounge areas, with the added bonus of attentive staff at the bar, plus movie nights and games galore, so something for everyone and a great way to spend time away as a family. Lots in the area to see and do (even in the English drizzle), and we could have spent another 2 or 3 days exploring.
Actually in Broadway but an excellent bus service (nos 2 and 10) gets you into the centre of town easily. Hidden away off the main road it is very quiet. Small but beautifully clean room and en suite. Very rural, with trout in the nearby stream together with a local kingfisher. I would happily return.
Yes this hotel is a bit dated but that added to the appeal, the hotel was spotless and had a great night sleep and the breakfast was spot on, hotel view across the beach was nice and free parking, for the money we paid were very happy.
Situated at the mouth of the River Wey in Dorset County, Weymouth is a seaside resort with ferry connections to the Channel Islands and France. King George III spent his summers here; a statue of the king stands by the bustling seafront. The narrow sweep of Chesil Beach links the mainland to the Isle of Portland, an isolated coastal area that hosts a wide variety of migratory and sea birds.