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A Knights Rest Guest House
93 Dorchester Road
Weymouth
Dorset

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A Knights Rest Guest HOuse a newly refurbished guesthouse offering bed & breakfast accommodation. Locatedjust 7 minutes walk from the beach either at Greenhill or the Old Pier Bandstand, and a 15 minute walk to town. We are on the main bus route with the bus stop just outside.

Weymouth is situated in the heart of the Jurassic Coast in the South West of England. It is famous for it award winning sandy beaches, stunning seaside and outstanding countryside. The beach has a traditional Punch and Judy show, donkey rides, and our very own "sand man" and his famous sand sculptures, including this year the "sand castle hotel" that was built on the each.

The local area provides plenty for all to do, including, fishing, sailing, scuba diving, golf and bird watching at the Swannery and Lodmoor. We are also very proud to be the host, at the Portland Sailing academy, to all the sailing events for the Olympics in 2012.

You will also find many attractions to visit, such as Monkey World, The Tank Museum, Abbotsbury Swannery, Sub Tropical Gardens, and Childrens Farm, Portland and Dorchester Musuems, Portland Bill. To name but a few!

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