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B and Bs in Weymouth

Sunnyside Guest House
15 Brunswick Terrace
Weymouth
Dorset

DT4 7SA | View map

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A 5 bedroom family run guest house in a beautiful listed building, overlooking Weymouth Bay and Portland.
10 meters from the beach and a short walk from the station and the ferry terminal to Jersey and Guernsey we offer a warm welcome to all our guests.

All rooms have central heating, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, TV/DVD players, freeview, Free WIFI and front door keys. Hairdryers, Ironing boards and Irons can be provided.
A full english breakfast is provided along with cereals fruit juices and fresh fruit. Dietry needs can be catered for on request.

All Family rooms have ensuites, 2 have sea views and our wonderful double room has a feature fireplace and bay window overlooking the sea.
A single/twin and double room are available with views to the rear a washbasin and shared facilities.

Home of the 2012 sailing olympics we can offer wetsuit storage, washing and drying, bike storage(max 3 bikes) and an early breakfast before your day out if required.

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