Dixcart Bay Hotel
Dixcart Bay Hotel


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Tel code: 01481 | code search
Postcode: GY9 | code search
Population: 600
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Sark is a small island positioned off the southern coast of England, It's only six miles from Guernsey, 14 miles from Jersey, and 18 miles from Aldernay which are the group of islands known as the Channel Islands. Sark is 80 miles from England's shores and just 24 miles from the French coast, stunning coastline edges the island blessed with a colourful tapestry of wild flowers woven between the green topped granite cliffs. Fine sandy beaches, and coves link back to Pirates in centuries past, the island was uninhabited until Good Queen Bess, or Elizabeth I gave the island to Helier de Carteret on the understanding that it would be protected against French invasions. There's no airport on the island so what better way to arrive than on board a boat, visitors can fly to Guernsey or Jersey before climbing aboard and sailing to this charming island that is split and comprises of two parts known as Greater Sark and Little Sark, joined together by a slither of rock known as La Coupe, which is a breath stealing Isthmus, the narrow road that was paintakingly built by prisoners of war journeys across the three hundred feet drop that ensures memories of the toe curling kind. Beautiful scenery is enhanced by the absence of vehicles, instead Islanders and visitors alike can either cycle or climb aboard the enchanting Horse drawn carriages for a journey forever remembered. Once famed for it's Silver Mines, today sees holiday makers searching for their own treasure of unforgettable scenes of Dolphines, and Puffins, whilst the fishermen dream of the one that got away at Maseline Harboour which was built in the 20th Century, or the older Creux Harbour. Swimming or snorkelling will uncover the oceans wonders which are only a few reasons to visit this pocket of paradise whose bewitching beauty casts it's spell unashamedly.

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The Venue Hotel (75.77 miles)

The Venue Hotel
Dorset’s premier hotel, located on Portland’s historic cliff tops with beautiful panoramic views. Our modern rooms make The Venue Hotel an ideal weekend retreat or perfect venue for weddings and conferences with state of the ... More | visit website
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Portland Lodge (77.29 miles)

Portland Lodge

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A warm and welcoming base to discover the beautiful Dorset coast, the lodge is situated at the heart of the Jurassic coast, at the summit of the Isle of Portland. Close to ... More

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The Heights Hotel - Portland (77.54 miles)

The Heights Hotel - Portland
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The Heights Hotel is a 3* hotel set on the summit of Portland amidst newly awarded World Heritage site. We are a Modern, friendly hotel with high standards of both accommodation and ... More
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Blacknor Cottage (77.86 miles)

Blacknor Cottage
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The Aqua (78.42 miles)

The Aqua
The Aqua is on the Isle of Portland, a headland connected to rest of England by Chesil Beach, a short walk away. The Aqua, constructed of Portland Stone, with a clean modern interior is situated on ... More | visit website
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Old Castle Hotel (80.57 miles)

Old Castle Hotel
The Old Castle Hotel is situated half way between Weymouth and Portland so is ideally placed for all activities. Weymouth can be walked to via a fantastic view across Portland and Weymouth bay within ten ... More | visit website
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Harbour House (81.17 miles)

Harbour House

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The Harbour Hotel is a small contemporary hotel next to the 17th century harbour in the heart of Weymouth. All rooms have ensuite facilities, lovely bedding and towels, and flat ... More

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Dolphin House (81.17 miles)

Dolphin House

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Luxury 3 storey harbour house in old weymouth a stones throw from town centre and beach.With balcony overlooking the harbour .Garage and dedicated parking space.

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Beach View Guesthouse (81.22 miles)

Beach View Guesthouse
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 ... More | visit website
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The Clarence (81.23 miles)

The Clarence
The Clarence is ideally situated in a quiet location behind the Alexandra Gardens on the Esplanade. Most of the local attractions and amenities are within in a very easy short walk. The town centre with ... More | visit website

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