We travelled as a couple and booked ourselves a double room for an overnight stay. First impressions were great, the hotel was directly opposite the beach which made for a lovely view at breakfast. The room was clean and spacious and the bathroom was large with some mini toiletries. The only small problem we had was that our 'double' bed was in fact two singles pushed together and covered with a matress topper. We found the breakfast to be really good with a wide range of options and excellent value for money. Then there were the small touches; sweets on your pillow, a selection of biscuits in the guest lounge, chilled bottled water and a very impressive coffee machine which serves any kind of coffee you can think of. Overall the hotel was well worth the The room was clean and spacious and the bathroom was large with some mini toiletries. The only small problem we had was that our 'double' bed was in fact two singles pushed together and covered with a matress topper. We found the breakfast to be really good with a wide range of options and excellent value for money. Then there were the small touches; sweets on your pillow, a selection of biscuits in the guest lounge, chilled bottled water and a very impressive coffee machine which serves any kind of coffee you can think of. Overall the hotel was well worth the money and I would recommend it to anyone.
This was my first visit to Weymouth. The hotel is very close to the train station, town centre and easy access to public transport. Clean, comfortable and a delight to stay in. A home from home.
Chris and Geoff made me very welcome. Nothing was too much trouble. Outstanding hospitality. I will be visiting again.
Great location, with own car park. Much better than expected for the price paid. Large room with private shower and windows looking onto the sea.
Breakfast typical of British seaside B & B, unadventurous but plentiful and well prepared.
"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.
We were in a family room which is at the back of the inn, no noise disturbance. The room was clean and well presented if a little dated but that certainly doesn't affect my comfort! Television, hot drinks facilities and biscuits. Lovely hot shower which is a pleasant change in a hotel. I paid £120 for a family room for one night which I think is mid range, could have got cheaper in a premier inn but they were fully booked. Staff were welcoming and friendly. There wasn't any room in the restaurant but we were starving so they sorted is out with a table as soon as possible and the food was good. All in all if you're looking for a pleasant, clean place to lay your head this certainly fits the bill.
Nice room..comfy beds...tv...very clean ..ensuite...furst time here for me and i plan to go back...very friendly ...kids loved it too..yes i was very pleased with my stay ...oh and breakfast was on top form too
Welcoming from the start with a pot of tea on arrival. Beautiful decor with homely feeling. Room and bed very comfortable and the breakfast is delicious - and all locally sourced where possible. Convenient for the town but need a car really to get down to the promenade. With ample street and some off road parking this wasn't an issue. Free wi-fi a bonus. Would definitely return.
We stayed one night as we were en route to Guernsey, however we couldn't have been made more welcome. Tea and home made cakes when we arrived and a superb breakfast with lots of friendly chat and helpful advice on the area.
We shall be going back for longer so that we can explore that part of the country.
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.
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