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B and Bs in Weymouth

The Wilton Guest House
5 Gloucester St
Weymouth
Dorset

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The Wilton Guest House is a warm, friendly and very comfortable 3 star Georgian guest house, situated on Gloucester St, 100 metres from Weymouth beach and Marina. Having recently undergone major refurbishment, it combines contemporary chic and modern technology with its beautiful original features to give a truly unique guest house feel. We openly encourage feedback, and all feedback is posted on our website. We are situated 100 metres to the sandy beach and town centre, 1 minutes drive to the ferry and 3 minutes walk to the New Marina. We are 300 yards from Radipole lake RSPB nature reserve. The nearest Pub is a short walk away. We recommend the following restaurants; Rossinis 01305 789406, The Crab House Cafe 01305 788 867, Perrys 01305 785799 All our rooms are named after local areas of special interest. We have 3 beautiful FAMILY rooms including Portland which will sleep 5. One of our rooms, the Nothe Room is pet friendly and can accommodate well behaved dogs. We have a limited amount of parking permits please call to be guarenteed one. OVERALL FEEDBACK Feedback from our guest rooms are collated and produced online http://www.thewiltonguesthouse.co.uk/30.html 96.8% rated The Wilton Guest House Good or Excellent

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