King George III came to Weymouth in the late eighteenth century and the fine Georgian terraces still line the wide Esplanade today. Quaint little back streets wind around the old harbour, and the magnificent sweep of Weymouth Bay offers golden sands and fine, safe bathing. Traditional delights of the English seaside, award winning parks and gardens, fun craft and souvenir shops, regular entertainment in the Pavillion complex and the lovely Dorset countryside on the doorstep- this tour has it all!
Beautiful Devon and Dorset countryside
Bournemouth's gardens Upper, Central and Lower Gardens have all been
Green Flag winners since 1999 and run from Bournemouth pier to the boundary with Poole.
Lyme Regis boasts breathtaking scenery and its historic Cobb and harbour are iconic features, set against
moody blue cliffs yielding fossilised evidence of life on earth millions of years ago.
Dorchester The beautiful market town is the county town of Dorset. It is steeped in history and culture and boasts great places to visit, shop and eat
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
We leave home to make our way to Weymouth where we spend the next 4 nights with dinner bed and breakfast. We arrive in time to explore this wonderful seaside town.
A full day scenic excursion along the Dorset coast to Devon. Stopping along the way at attractive Lyme Regis where Meryl Streep stood on the harbour pier in the film ‘The French Lieutenant’s Woman’. Lyme Regis is home to thousands of dinosaur fossils many easily spotted in its limestone cliffs. Onward to the lovely Devon countryside visiting the elegant resort of Sidmouth in the afternoon where the beach is set between spectacular cliffs.
A full day out, first heading to Dorchester - Thomas Hardy’s ‘Casterbridge' - where you can wander among the numerous historical buildings including the courtroom where the famous Tolpuddle Martyrs were tried, or perhaps take a browse around the market. In the afternoon we visit Bournemouth which is blessed with two thousand acres of parks and gardens, clean golden beaches, two piers and the famous wooded chines which lead down to the sea
Enjoy a free day today in Weymouth.
Sadly we leave for home calling in at Swanage for some timebefore continuing home.
The Crown Hotel is in the centre of Weymouth,
and is just a five minute walk to the beach and shops.
Bedrooms have private bathroom, television and
tea/coffee making facilities.
The hotel has a lift to all floors.Back to top