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Weymouth Crown Hotel 2020 8 Days

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Weymouth is one of Britain's oldest seaside resorts which began in 1789 when George III became the first reigning English monarch to bathe in the sea, in Weymouth Bay. Weymouth seafront comprises entirely of Georgian architecture. There are many attractions such as a large shallow sandy beach and several museums. You can explore the esplanade, visit Hope Square and enjoy the array of shops on offer. With its mild climate and relaxing atmosphere, Weymouth is the ideal place to unwind.

 

Crown Hotel

 

The Crown Hotel benefits from level access and is ideally situated near to the Harbour and on the edge of the pedestrianised shopping area. The hotel boasts a spacious restaurant, ballroom and bar and a large first floor lounge.

 

 

SHOULD THE HOLIDAY YOU REQUIRE SHOW NO AVAILABILITY.

Please contact us on 0800 345 75 75 or 01604 754566.

WE MAY BE ABLE TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL ROOMS FROM THE HOTEL CONCERNED

Excursion 1

Bridport is a market town in Dorset, England. Located near the coast at the western end of Chesil Beach at the confluence of the River Brit and its Asker and Simene tributaries, it originally thrived as a fishing port and rope-making centre (the hangman's rope being made at Bridport gave birth to the saying "stabbed with a Bridport dagger").The port is no longer in existence although the harbour at West Bay is a mile away.
West Bay is a major gateway to the Jurassic Coast, which covers 95 miles of coast from Orcombe Rocks at Exmouth, Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset.

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Excursion 2

Dorchester Market is one of Dorset's biggest and best markets! Founded in 1860 by Thomas Ensor Dorchester Market boasts history and charm. With a large indoor market and an outside undercover section, you will find a whole range of products on Wednesday market day from 200 different market traders.

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Excursion 3

Built in the 17th Century, this magnificent building is steeped in history. Originally built as a hunting lodge to entertain aristocracy and royalty, it was for centuries the family seat of the Weld family, the current owners of the Lulworth Estate. Ravaged by fire in 1929, it has been partly restored in a pioneering partnership with English Heritage.
Climb the tower for spectacular panoramic views of the Purbeck countryside and towards the Jurassic Coast. With extensive parkland, woodland walks, the spacious grounds are yours to enjoy.

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En-Suite

Tea & Coffee

Television

Lift

Entertainment

Telephone

 

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

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Northampton The Abbey Centre, Overslade Close,
Northampton, NN4 0RZ.
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