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Beach House B&B, Portland, Dorset

Beach House B&B
Beach House
51, Chiswell

Portland
Dorset

DT5 1AW | View map

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The Beach House bed and breakfast Portland Dorset backs onto Chesil Beach which stretches 18 miles as far as West Bay. Chesil Beach offers amazing sunsets for photography enthusiasts or for people who simply want to enjoy the tranquil atmosphere. We also have a patio area with a private garden and provide ample parking for residents. We are near to the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy, and are in an ideal position for Divers, Fisherman and other Watersports enthusiasts. There are plenty of places to visit in Weymouth and Portland. Whether you want to walk around the coastline of Portland or watch the sunset outside The Cove House Inn while enjoying a drink or a meal. Portland is now evolving into a centre for leisure activities including Fishing, Diving, Bird Watching, Rock Climbing, Walking and a variety of Watersports, including Sailing at the newly opened National Sailing Academy venue for the Sailing Events at the 2012 Olympic Games. The Beach House was built in the Victorian early 1800’s and offers 6 en-suite rooms all with colour tv and tea/coffee facilites. We also have a licensed bar serving a range of drinks from alcohol to soft drinks and bar snacks.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets. Children welcome. Check-In time: 1500 and Check-Out time: 1000.

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