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A traditional Dorset seaside town, Weymouth makes a great destination for British beach holidays of the most authentic kind. Attractions include an aquarium, sand and shingle beaches, theatres and historic buildings such as Nothe Fort and Sandsfoot Castle, with plenty to keep you occupied whether you’re visiting for a weekend or staying for longer.



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Your guide to Weymouth

Weymouth at a glance:
  • An authentic British seaside holiday destination.
  • Enhance your holiday with visits to local castles and forts.
  • Choose from sand and shingle beaches for your days on the coast.
  • Enjoy a great selection of restaurants including seafood eateries serving fresh fish dishes.
  • Look out for Punch and Judy!

On holiday in Weymouth, you’ll experience a truly British seaside break just as people have done for decades. You’ll be able to walk along the beach with an ice cream, stop for fish and chips in a seaside café and build sandcastles with the kids, all before they rush off to watch the Punch and Judy puppet show. That’s the way to do it!

Just one day in Weymouth is long enough to soak up that real ‘holiday’ atmosphere, but with a chance to stay for longer you’ll be able to book a room in a Weymouth hotel for a short break or holiday on the Dorset coast. A typical day might include a visit to a historic building, such as Sandsfoot Castle, followed by a fresh fish dish served up at a waterside restaurant. In the evening enjoy live entertainment back at your hotel, or grab your tickets for a show at the Weymouth Pavilion, which promotes itself as having ‘something for everyone’.

As you’d expect, you’ll find family attractions include an aquarium, complete with a panoramic viewing tower, to amaze the littlest members of your travel party. Can they spot the distinctive red and white bands of the Portland Bill lighthouse, situated off the coast on the Isle of Portland, where you might also be lucky enough to see the occasional seal?

If you’re a parent or grandparent, a visit to Weymouth could be the perfect opportunity to show the grandchildren what holidays were like when you were a child. They’ll love the chance to run on the beach, paddle in the sea and enjoy a donkey ride along the sand. Meanwhile, a visit to Weymouth is also the opportunity for individuals and couples of any age to enjoy a fun-filled holiday of their own, with plenty of opportunities to relax and to dine at high quality restaurants if fish and chip dinners aren’t their usual fare!

As the sun sets on a day in Weymouth, you’ll be able to return to your hotel for an evening drink, some great entertainment and a refreshing sleep in a spacious bedroom. The following morning, you can wake and start your day happy in the knowledge that all the fun of the seaside is just a few steps away.





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