Set amid the splendour of Weymouth's wonderful Esplanade, described as ‘one of the finest marine promenades in the kingdom, ' (Bradshaw's Guide) The Leam was built in 1780, originally as a pairof gentlemen's residences. Sea-bathing became very fashionable in the 1770s after the Duke of Gloucester introduced his brother, King George III, to Weymouth, ‘this delightful watering-place' - and where the King went, the rest of society followed.
Welcome to The Hotel Prince Regent, an attractive three-star seafront hotel nestled on Weymouth's historic promenade and overlooking the ocean. The Hotel Prince Regent is regarded by many as theleading Weymouth hotel, and it's ideal for business and pleasure. The hotel was purpose-built in classic early Victorian style, but inside you'll see we've moved with the times and offer comfortable with good en suite facilities and friendly, efficient service.
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A warm welcome awaits you at the Marina Court, a friendly, family run Weymouth bed and breakfast guesthouse accommodation where good food and service goes without saying! Marina Court offers freeprivate parking for guests in its own car park situated at the rear. Weymouth town centre is only a short walk along the Esplanade. See the historic harbour and the Nothe Fort and visit the town's many cafes, restaurants and shops.
The Premier B&B offers 14 comfortable rooms, each of which offers a TV, tea & coffee making facilities and en-suite or seperated shower rooms with towels. The beach and esplanade, historic harbour,marina and nature reserve encircle the rejuvenated town centre combining the traditional and modern to create a very special place to visit - at any time of year. The clean sands and safe water of Weymouth Beach and bay are considered some of the finest in Great Britain and Europe.
Set in large private grounds with views over the surrounding countryside, the hotel offers its guests peace and quiet and a high level of service. There can be no better way to end the day than toenjoy a drink in the hotel's lounge bar followed by dinner in the Courtyard Restaurant or Tower Bar. The Hotel's menus offer the freshest products by local artisan suppliers and together with the extensive winelist is just one of the many reasons why people revisit the hotel.
We are located just a few minutes away from Weymouth's award winning beach, the railway station and the town centre shops. All of our five twin bedded rooms offer full en-suite and as standard includeflat screen Freeview digital TV, DVD Player, complementary tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and full length mirror. We are a traditional local pub and offer real ales from the Hopback Brewery to be enjoyed in one of our two bars.
The Bourneville Hotel is superbly situated overlooking Weymouth's golden sands and very close to the picturesque harbour and bustling town centre. The Bourneville now has its own Private Car park.Please ask for details. The Bourneville offers the ultimate in quality accommodation and convenience to visitors of Weymouth and the surrounding area, both for business or pleasure. Intimacy, charm and total relaxation are just a few of the qualities offered by this first-rate bed and breakfast.
BEST WESTERN Hotel Rembrandt Weymouth is the perfect place to base your visit to the beautiful and historic Dorset World Heritage Coast. With our 78 en suite rooms, Gallery Restaurant & Bar andLeisure Club & Spa. A short stroll into the town centre. Many tourist attractions and picturesque country towns and villages are nearby waiting for you to explore. Portland and it's sailing centre, host to the sailing events of the 2012 games is approximately 15 minutes' drive from the hotel.