Quirky places to stay in Weymouth
Published by: Curtis Williams 16/04/2019 at 1:00 pm
Looking for somewhere a bit different? Look no further, we’ve hand-picked a few fantastically quirky and unique places to stay in Weymouth!
Luxury Pods at Higher Moor Farm, Nottington
Higher Moor Farm’s luxury pod lodges are definitely for those who like camping in style! Enjoy the luxury of a comfortable bed, en-suite bathroom, cooking facilities, double glazing, heating and electrics – all within breath-taking surroundings of the Dorset countryside.
Safari Lodges at Waterside Holiday Park
These Safari-style lodges are lots of fun with safari themes fitting and fixtures throughout and with the added luxury of double glazing, central heating, shower room, toilet and fully fitted kitchen. Set within your own exclusive area of the holiday park, these lodged are perfect for little adventures!
The Coach House at Moonfleet Manor
Just a stone’s throw away from the main hotel, this fantastic two-storey coach house is perfect for families and boasts a master bedroom, children’s twin room, lounge and two bathrooms. They also hire out cots and z-beds free of charge and provide a baby listening service from the in-room monitor.
The Old Lookout at Shortlake Farm
Built on the site of a WWII gun battery, this is definitely accommodation at its most unique! Set on a hill at Shortlake Farm, the Old Lookout has panoramic view of Weymouth and Portland is a ten-minute’s walk away from Shorlake Farm’s private beach. You can also enjoy a hot tub on the patio overlooking the sea!
Santiago House, Brewers Quay
Stylishly converted from one of the old brewery buildings, this grade II listed building is arranged over three floors and is in the perfect central location just minutes away from the harbour. Fully furnished throughout, Santiago House has an open plan living, kitchen dining area, four bedrooms and a balcony perfect for summer evenings.