Weymouth And Dorset Steam
5 Days | Half Board | by Coach
Highlights: Lulworth Cove, Swanage Railway, West Bay, Sidmouth, Isle of Portland, Swanage, Seaton
Weymouth first became fashionable when King George III visited in the late 18th Century, and fine Georgian terraces still line the wide esplanade to this day. Quaint little back streets wind around the old harbour and the magnificent sweep of Weymouth Bay offers golden sands. You will be met with the traditional delights of the English seaside and award-winning parks and gardens as well as interesting shops and a leisurely atmosphere along with the contrasting countryside of Dorset on your doorstep too! Exploring the amazing Jurassic Coastline and a memorable steam railway through the Dorset countryside are among the many highlights of this new tour.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Free local joining points
- Collect Coach Miles™
- All coach travel
- Reserved seats on tour coaches
- Tour Manager escorted
- Hotel accomodation and board as stated
- No single room supplement
- Excursions/itinerary as stated
- Admission fees and entertainment if stated
- Complete luggage handling
- Price-Back Insurance Offer
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FULL DAY: A full day excursion as we pass through the Dorset countryside to pause at Lulworth Cove before reaching the little resort of Swanage on the tip of the isle of Purbeck. After free time to explore and enjoy lunch we board the Swanage Railway across six miles of beautiful countryside and passing the magnificent ruins of Corfe Castle.
FULL DAY: A full day along the Jurassic Coast today. First we visit West Bay – ITV’s ‘Broadchurch’ where the famous towering cliffs can be viewed. We continue to Seaton where it is possible to ride on the resort’s unique tramway before completing our day in the elegant resort of Sidmouth where the beach is set between spectacular cliffs.
HALF DAY: A morning excursion to the neighbouring island of Portland, linked the mainland across Portland Harbour, evoking memories of the 2012 Olympics sailing events.Back to top