Weymouth & Picturesque Dorset 7 Days - Royal Hotel
Weymouth is one of Britain's oldest seaside resorts, made popular by George III whose statue stands on the promenade. It has just about everything one could ask for in a seaside town: a lovely curving bay with soft sands, a fascinating harbour with interesting old pubs and cottages, the remains of a Tudor castle, some engaging architecture, a wide variety of shops and plenty to entertain both day and night. Add to this a bird reserve which is almost in the centre of town, a museum, an indoor swimming pool and lots of boat trips and you are sure to have an absorbing holiday.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 - Outward Travel
Day 2 - Jurassic Coast - Bridport & West Bay
We follow the beautiful Jurassic Coast to reach the harbour village of West Bay and Bridport, a thriving market town with a fantastic antiques quarter and rich rope-making heritage./n
Day 3 - Half Day Blandford Forum
Blandford Forum is the most complete, small Georgian town in England. Stunning architecture, a charming parish church and a wonderful market place make this town a delight to explore. The Hall & Woodhouse Brewery sells the famous Badger Beer, The Blandford Museum tells of the town’s rebirth after the ‘Great Fire’ and a host of independent shops and charming cafes are just waiting to be explored./n
Day 4 - Day at Leisure
Day 5 - Day at Leisure
Day 6 - Full Day Lulworth Cove & Swanage
Stroll along the winding Main Road of Lulworth to admire the stunning pebble-beach and crystal-clear waters of this prettiest of hidden coves on the magnificent Jurassic Coast. Enjoy fresh crab sandwiches or an ice-cream in this most typical of English destinations. We’ll continue to visit seaside Swanage, renowned for its beautiful beaches./n
Day 7 - Return Travel
The Royal Hotel
Facing the blue flag sandy beach and the South West Coast Path, this majestic 19th-century Victorian seafront hotel boasts a central seafront position on Weymouth’s Georgian curved bay.