Sweep your partner off their feet with a romantic getaway in Weymouth! Treat them to a romantic walk in Abbotsbury Swannery, the world’s only managed colony of Mute Swans, or adventure together on a Jurassic Safari around the unseen beauty of Dorset. Love is in the air in Weymouth! Discover Your Perfect Weekend now!
Where To Stay
The Valentine Guest House
Just a few minutes’ walk from sandy beaches, this family run Grade II listed guest house offers bed and breakfast accommodation with free Wi-Fi on Dorset’s beautiful Jurassic coast. Valentine Guest House enjoys immediate access to Weymouth’s seafront and its sandy beach. Guests can stroll along the sand’s edge and encounter many bars, restaurants and at the southern end, Weymouth Pier. Some of the traditional, comfortable rooms at the Valentine offer views of the bay. All rooms include a TV, DVD player and a private bathroom. A short 5-minute stroll inland takes guests to Weymouth Rail Station …
Swallows Rest B&B
Offering bed and breakfast rooms with sea views, Swallows Rest is set in 34 acres of Dorset countryside on the Jurassic Coastline. There is free WiFi and free parking on site, and a large guest lounge with a fireplace and log fire. Guests have access to the summerhouse, the lake, the gardens, and the fields leading down to the sea. There is also a campsite which is open all year. At the farm there are alpacas, a Cavalier King Charles dog, Shetland ponies, horses, sheep, rare-breed chickens, bantams, ducks, geese and pet pigs that wander in the gardens. The guest rooms at Swallows Rest have a f …
No 98 Boutique Hotel
No 98 Boutique Hotel is Weymouth’s newest contemporary boutique hotel. Overlooking the wide expanse of Weymouth beach, our 9 bedroom Georgian townhouse is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of a busy seaside resort. Each of our bedrooms has been lovingly refurbished in a Mediteranian style, with 5 sea facing rooms, and 4 facing our courtyard garden. Situated opposite Weymouth’s famous clocktower, and a short walk from Weymouth harbour, everything you need for a wonderful stay is right on the doorstep.
The View on the terrace
Welcome to The View on the terrace, a luxury boutique bed and breakfast with 3 bedrooms on the edge of increasingly popular Weymouth and the Jurassic Coast. The guestrooms and dining room were refurbished at the beginning of 2018 to provide unique and sumptuous accommodation. The View blends Georgian elegance with contemporary décor and facilities to offer you affordable opulence. Attention to detail is reflected in each room. From the lavish guest rooms and stylish en-suites to the elegant dining room and ‘breakfast to die for’, The View is your haven in which to relax. And don’t forget to ch …
What to do
Sit back and relax on one of our Land Rover Safaris as we take you off the beaten track for a taste of Dorset’s secret beauty in the style and safety of the world’s leading 4×4. We aim to get you up close and personal to some of the most spectacular views and wildlife the Jurassic coast has to offer. Our carefully chosen routes include unspoilt country lanes, ancient byways and deep river crossings hidden and inaccessible to most people.
Bennetts Water Gardens
Bennetts Water Gardens is a visitor attraction in Dorset. Set over 8 acres the gardens hold the National Plant Collection of Water Lilies with a Monet style Japanese Bridge, Tropical House, Woodland Walks and Museum. The gardens offer a unique wedding venue for Civil Ceremonies, Receptions, Functions and Corporate Events. Our new restaurant, Café Monet, serves coffees, home-made lunches, cakes and cream teas. Browse the shop for unusual gifts or plants for your garden. For those that can’t visit then you can order online.
This is the only place in the world where you are able to walk through the heart of a colony of nesting Mute Swans, spread over a site of some 25 acres. A visit to the Swannery is considered one of the best things to do in Dorset. The Swannery was established by Benedictine Monks who built a monastery at Abbotsbury during the 1040s. The monks farmed the swans to produce food for their lavish Dorset banquets. St Peter’s monastery was destroyed in 1539, during the dissolution. Some of the ruins are still visible around St Nicolas’ Church in the village. THE SWANNERY TODAY Abbotsbury Swannery in …
Located at the entrance to Weymouth Harbour, Nothe Fort is a labyrinth of underground passageways and outdoor areas with stunning views of the Jurassic Coast. Constructed on three levels (which are now easily accessed by means of a lift), the Fort is filled with displays, mammoth guns and cinema areas that chart the history of this large and magnificent Victorian structure. Nothe Fort is now one of Weymouth’s major attractions and a venue for a wide range of events. You don’t have to be a military enthusiast to enjoy Nothe Fort, it’s a great day out for all the family with lots to see and exp …
Where To Eat
Les Enfants Terribles
Les Enfants Terribles ethos is to serve locally caught fish and locally made produce to our customers who are usually looking for somewhere where they can relax and unwind with good food and great ambience. Come and be an Enfants Terribles with us. Established in 2016 by Chef Eric Tavernier, the restaurant took over from Floods as a local seafood restaurant. Seafood comes straight from the Harbourside (view the menu here) and you will find with Eric’s 30 years of culinary experience that the flavours are coaxed to perfection. Eric is always interested in your preferences and is only happy if …
At Crustacean we specialise in the best Fish and Seafood that Weymouth has to offer. Download our latest menu, view a gallery of our dishes, read more about us and see our current special offers. You’ll find a range of dishes and styles, from simple Mussels to exquisite Seafood Linguine as well as weekly specials. To complement our fish and seafood range, our menu also provides non seafood and vegetarian options. Please use the booking form in CONTACT or call us on 01305 777222.
Al Molo brings Italian cuisine from the Emilia Romagna region – voted by Forbes magazine as Italy’s greatest gastronomic treasure – together with a modern style. Chef Giuseppe Vannucci combines his origins in traditional Italian cooking with his training in London resulting in a restaurant that brings Italian metropolitan chic to the seaside resort of Weymouth. Using local produce with the finest Italian ingredients the restaurant prides itself on quality food with a difference in a venue which provides an amazing setting. Whilst dining on excellent cuisine you can enjoy panoramic views of Wey …