B and Bs in Weymouth

Spindrift Guest House
11 Brunswick Terrace

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Spindrift is a Georgian-fronted family run Guest House ideally situated on the sea front just ten yards from the beach with no main roads to cross and level access. We offer a friendly personal service and a promise of comfortable accommodation with cleanliness assured where you have your own key and access to your own room at all times.Weymouth town centre is well equipped with shops, from mainstream outlets to individual, local stores. There is a weekly market which can also be found in Portland and Dorchester. In addition, Weymouth offers a Christmas market weekly throughout December. Weymouth offerse excellent facilities for golf, sea and coarse fishing, watersports, motorsports, canoeing, diving, shooting, horse riding and quad-biking. The town boasts a football team in the Blue Square conference and a rugby team. For a pleasant day out why not try a walk in Lodmoor Country Park or a visit to Abbotsbury Swannery or sub-tropical gardens. Alternatively, treat the kids to the Sea Life Centre or Monkey World?The Dining Room overlooks the sea with unparallel views across the bay. You have your own table in the dining room, where you will enjoy a full English Breakfast and good quality food, which is served between 0800-0845am. All bedrooms are tastefully decorated to a high standard and have colour televisions and complimentary tea/coffee making trays. Most rooms have en-suite facilities for that extra bit of comfort. They are all centrally heated - ideal for early or late breaks.

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