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Crofton Guest House
36 Lennox Street
Weymouth
Dorset

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The Crofton is a delightful guest house just a stride or so from the seafront and short walk into Weymouth's town centre. We can provide a friendly, helpful service to make your stay memorable. The Crofton is a Georgian terrace, we have 9 rooms on four floors. All rooms have free-view TV, tea and coffee making facilities, wash basins and free Wi-Fi. Breakfast is served in our dining room. We provide full English or continental breakfast which is delectably tasty even if we do say so ourselves. Evening meals are also available on request. Situated just 2 minutes walk from our glorious beach level seafront and Georgian esplanade. Both Greenhill Gardens and our panoramic harbour are within easy walking distance. We are also ideally situated for the town centre, rail and ferry services, Lodmoor Country Park, Radipole Bird reserve and Nothe Fort and Gardens which overlooks the beautiful Portland Harbour 2012 Olympic Sailing Venue. Overnight, weekend and weekly bookings are taken and we also provide free parking permits. We are open all year round including Christmas and New year and everyone is welcome.

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