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Graingers Guest House
215 Dorchester Road
Weymouth
Dorset

DT3 5EQ | View map

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Graingers is ideally situated on the Dorchester Road and offers:Private parking, Fully equipped rooms with tea & coffee making facilities, colour TV, hairdryer, shaver point, Unrestricted access with your own key, En-suite rooms available, Centrally heated, Discount for weekly booking. Welcome to Weymouth & Portland.The centre of the Jurassic Coast. The two towns of Melcombe Regis & Weymouth became one by Royal order of Elizabeth I to stop the towns squabbling over the harbour. Graingers is within easy reach of the Jurassic Coast, Weymouth's Blue Flag beach, seafront, harbour and town. With free parking at Graingers, you can safely leave your car behind and either stroll or take the short bus ride to many local attractions.Some places to visit:-Monkey World, Tank Museum, Durdle Door, Lulworth Castle & Cove, Take a day trip to Guernsey or Jersey, Abbotsbury Swannery, Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park, Royal Manor of Portland, Portland Bill Lighthouse & Pulpit Rock, Portland Harbour and Castle, Chesil Beach, Nothe Fort, The Old Brewery, Weymouth's sandy beach

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