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Beach View Guesthouse
3 The Esplanade
Weymouth
Dorset

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Eleanor & Glenn Davidson welcome you to the Beach View, our family run 3 star Guesthouse in Weymouth. Built in 1805, This Grade II Listed Georgian Building is situated on Weymouth's beautiful seafront, with the beach just yards away. You can be assured a warm and friendly welcome, staying with us at the Beach View. We take pride in providing a relaxing atmosphere, comfortable accommodation and great breakfast! Why not have a day sea fishing or maybe take a boat trip for either we are ideally situated. Weymouth Pavilion (Theatre) is just seconds away offering a variety of shows. Why not take a day trip to the beautiful Channel Islands, the Condor Ferry is situated adjacent to us. Or maybe just a simple stroll around Weymouth town centre & esplanade for a spot of shopping! CONDOR PASSENGERS The “Beach View” is ideally situated for the condor ferry terminal, Provisions are made for guests leaving on the early ferries, as continental breakfast is made available. Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Pets are allowed by arrangement. Check-In time: 14:00 and Check-Out time: 10:00.

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