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B and Bs in Weymouth

Chandlers
4 Westerhall Road
Weymouth
Dorset

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Intimate Victorian character complemented by contemporary décor
Built some time in the late 1800s the Chandlers Hotel has a history that may be linked to Thomas Hardy, whose sketches match various aspects of the hotel’s architecture.
Proprietors, Colin and Debbie Sare purchased the hotel in 2001 and promptly closed it for a year, carefully refurbishing the whole building to an exceptionally high standard to become Weymouth’s highest graded Guest Accommodation provider..

Relax and enjoy a gourmet breakfast – cooked to order
Breakfast at the Chandlers can only be described as a special treat! The emphasis is on quality fresh produce, local where possible.
The choice is extensive, and there are daily specials. Colin, a qualified Chef, is on hand to cook your dream breakfast to order, while you relax & peruse the papers.

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Ratings/Awards: Visit Britain 5 Stars Gold Award
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast, VAT, Parking & Wifi Broadband Internet access
Double: From £75
Single: From £50
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