Popular Hotel Close to Weymouth’s Finest Attractions


Water Garden

Bennetts Water Gardens is a visitor attraction in Dorset. Set over 8 acres, the gardens hold the National Plant Collection® of Water Lilies with a Claude Monet style Japanese Bridge, Tropical House, Woodland Walks, and Museum.

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Fine Foundation

Chesil Beach Centre

Chesil Beach is a natural wonder ­ – a bank of 180 billion pebbles stretching for 18 miles along the Dorset Coast. Trapped behind this pebble bank is the Fleet – one of the most wildlife-rich lagoons in the country.

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Jordan Hill

Roman Temple

The remains of this Romano-Celtic temple, probably built during the 4th century AD, lie at the top of a hill on the South Dorset Downs, with fine views inland and out across Weymouth Bay.

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Bird Observatory

Catering not just for birders but for naturalists of all persuasions, there are also two RSPB bird trusts within ten minutes walk of us.

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Sandworld is Weymouth’s first sand sculpture festival, and one of only a handful ever held in the UK. The attraction was opened in 2011 by Weymouth “Sandman” Mark Anderson, and David Hicks, an aspiring sand sculptor and good friend of Mark.

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The South’s favourite all-action waterpark! Easy to find on Tower Park, the South’s premier leisure complex, Splashdown is home to 13 thrilling indoor and outdoor flume rides and 3 under 5’s splash zones.

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