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The Seaham Guest House, Weymouth, Dorset

The Seaham Guest House
3 Waterloo Place
Weymouth
Dorset

DT4 7NU | View map

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The Seaham Guest House in Weymouth, offers award winning Bed and breakfast accommodation on the beautiful South Dorset coast. Situated just across the road from Weymouth's golden sandy beach, the Seaham Bed and Breakfast is ideally located to allow you to enjoy all that this historic town and the surrounding area has to offer.

There are five stylish double bedrooms to choose from all with en-suite facilities at our stylish and elegant bed and breakfast accommodation in Weymouth. All our bedrooms have colour TV, well stocked complimentary beverage refreshment tray, ironing facilities, hair dryer and radio alarm clock.A substantial breakfast is served in our elegant dining room and of course includes a traditional full English breakfast.

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Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 5

Price per Person

Double: 30 - 38
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