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  • smirnofforiginal profile photo smirnofforiginal
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...a room with a view: Sunnyside Guest House

At the quieter end of town, in a street ram-packed with b&b's is the Sunnyside Guest House.
I cannot rate it more highly. The room was extremely clean and very comfortable, overlooking the sea.... falling asleep to the waves gently licking the stones on the beach was lovely!
There were tea/coffee making facilities in the room and wine glasses (oops I smashed one!).
Breakfast is included and is a LARGE full English - there is a vegetarian option.
Very friendly hostess.
I was here at Easter and she had put some little chocolate eggs out for my boys!

The websites all say car parking is available off-site. To clarify this: Parking is only allowed on the street between certain hours and is very limited. Outside of these hours or if you are not quick to nab a space you will have to park a good 10 minute walk away in a slightly less salubrious area...

A family room (for 4) including breakfast was £80 per night.

I will also add that it looked the nicest b&b onthe street

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Sailing and Boating, Beaches, Family Travel
  • Written May 14, 2012
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  • kate1985 profile photo kate1985
  • Reviews: 9

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Littlesea Haven: Best campsite

this site is quieter then the flagship site at Weymouth Bay but its still got alot of facilities like a good sized entertainment complex and the staff here are nice. theres a nature trail at the back of the camp and its not far from the main town centre.

well maintained site and facilities, everything is easy to locate and staff are well organised.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Beaches, Family Travel, Camping
  • Written May 12, 2012
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  • johngayton profile photo johngayton
  • Reviews: 3432
General Tip: Seafront B&B's And Other Accommodations

Weymouth has several smart-looking hotels, most notably the imposing Georgian Prince Regent and the Shearings-owned Royal, but most of the accommodation on offer is reasonably-priced Bed and Breakfast in family-run establishments.

I haven't actually stayed overnight here for many years and so can't comment on specific places but if you have a look at what www.booking.com has on offer you'll see that most places get consistently good reviews there.

There are B&B's all over the town ranging from pub accommodation at the Dolphin (across from the railway station) to guest houses, such as the Florian, in the town's Victorian backstreets. The majority though are located along the Esplanade and at the seafront and because they are competing against each other standards are usually quite high whilst prices are kept down.

The closest you'll get to seafront is this little row on Brunswick Terrace (main pic) which literally fronts onto the promenade.

For a fairly comprehensive listing (some with online booking) the website below seems pretty good but as I haven't used it I wont add my personal recommendation.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Beaches
  • Written November 29, 2010
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Brunswick Terrace B&B's

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  • bottlebank profile photo bottlebank
  • Reviews: 15

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Cumberland Hotel: Be very careful

My sister and I had the misfortune to book two rooms for two nights at this establishment. I was assured that my disabled sister would have level access on the ground floor but on arrival found that there were five high steps to the front door - a challenge beyond my sister's ability. We were obliged to cancel. I was charged for the first night's accommodation in full and had to forfeit the deposit I had paid at time of booking by telephone.

We felt completely cheated.

The local tourism information office found us alternative accommodation admirably suited to our needs.

The property has no on-site parking in an area where parking is generally hard to find and quite expensive - even to stop for loading and unloading is impossible near to the premises.

On the plus side, if you are able bodied, it is right on the front and has access to the beach by pedestrian underpass.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 17, 2009

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  • rogerio5 profile photo rogerio5
  • Reviews: 13

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Edenhurst: average seafront B&B

Sept12th 2008
we arrived late, and left the following day in glorious sunshine to walk to lyme regis along the infamous coastal path by chesil beach

B&B is one of 30 along the seafront, large choice, lots of double rooms, less twin rooms

lack of curtains was poor, sea on the shore only 30 yards away was impressive

cooked breakfast was poor

view was excellent

decor needed freshening up

landlady was very pleasant

cost was £34 per person for the night, about average for the area, cheaper if you go for a B&B without sea views

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Water Sports, Hiking and Walking, Beaches
  • Written September 15, 2008

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  • Kettleman profile photo Kettleman
  • Reviews: 470

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Haven Littlesea: Immobile Home!

I've never been a great advocvate of the mobile home holiday and recently had a weekend at this site in a pretty much immobile home overlooking Chesil Beach.

Whilst the snobs wil be moaning about "chavs" and other mindless insults, it has to be agreed that the huge sites that sprawl across many a valley and hill side in the UK allow people to get about and visit places they have never been before....

Our place was three bedroomed with large lounge and all mod cons that you'd expect. It was freezing cold at night though as the thin walls and a gas fire only in the lounge.

Still is seemed like an adventure. Shame on those that look down their noses!

Full details on http://www.havenholidays.com/parks/dorset/littlesea/?affiliateid=19&source=Google-Parks&keyword=littlesea%20haven

Site probably has everything you would need although apart from the home itslef we used the shop once and none of the other facilities.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written May 28, 2008

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  • carlrea profile photo carlrea
  • Reviews: 130

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general guset houses!: always room at the inn!

There is no need to strugglw for a guest house in Weymouth as there are simply tons of them. Save mucking about and go to the Tourist Information which is right on the seafront they will call for availability, book it for you , take payment, andgive you directions to the place. save the hassle and well recommended.

Also try the website below!

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written February 7, 2005
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Tourist information at Weymouth.

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  • Zmrzlina profile photo Zmrzlina
  • Reviews: 127

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Hotel Kinley: Help yourself to the bar!

Charming little seaside place that I bet is much more money in the summer. We got in late and the charming host indicated that the bar was open for us whenever we wanted and we just had to note what we took.

Right on the beach.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written July 21, 2003

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