Weymouth 8 Days - Berkeley 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.
TOUR OPERATES SATURDAY TO SATURDAY
Full Day Excursion to Poole and Bournemouth
Travelling eastward to the Georgian port of Poole, now a leading yacht harbour. Then on to Dorset's largest resort, Bournemouth.
Full Day Excursion to Bridport, Abbotsbury and Dorchester
We travel first to Dorchester, the county town of Dorset - 'Casterbridge' in Thomas Hardy's books. Afterwards, we continue to the ancient town of Bridport, the setting for ITV's 'Broadchurch', before continuing on to the village of Abbotsbury on the Fleet, the lagoon behind the amazing Chesil Beach.
Full Day Excursion to Wareham and Swanage
We travel east to the Purbeck Hills and the quaint resort of Swanage.
This original Georgian building is splendidly situated with wonderful views of Weymouth's sweeping bay from the lounge and many of the bedrooms. All 51 bedrooms have private shower and WC, central heating, colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Entertainment is provided three evenings per week in the bar lounge. All bedrooms and public areas are non-smoking. Please note that this hotel operates fixed meal sittings with breakfast at 8.30am and dinner at 6.00pm. Lift serves all floors. Tel:01305 766640