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Bay View Hotel B & B We Welcome you to the Bayview Hotel Accommodation, on Weymouth Seafront, with parking, Opposite Weymouth Beach, . Bayview Hotel is a modern, quiet 4 star, best quality hotel accomodation with private parking, based on the award-winning Weymouth seafront. The hotel's beautiful position is opposite Weymouth's sandy beach, with fantastic views of the Dorset Jurassic coastline and beach.

We are situated just yards from Weymouth's historic old town bridge and fishing harbour, Pavilion theatre and across the waterfront from the Nothe Fort, Brewers Quay and Newtons Cove. We are also a short walk to the Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park and Pirate Adventure Golf. We have amazing sea views from our luxury romantic Four Poster bedrooms, and also offer a sea view balcony room.

The Bay View hotel is an ideal base for the local golf club, sailing, diving, cycling, walking, fossil hunting on the Jurassic Coast, also worth a visit tyneham village near lulworth cove a hidden gem. We are situated opposite the National Express coach stop and only 10 minutes walk from Weymouth's train station.
Highlights

read more › Our exhibitions tell the story of armoured warfare from World War One to the present day. As you explore the Museum's six large halls you will come face to face with vehicles that have seen action in all the major wars of the 20th Century and hear first-hand accounts from those who fought in them. This unique collection of over 300 vehicles is regarded as the best in the world and includes the world's first ever tank - Little Willie, the feared German Tiger tank and the modern Challenger 2.

read more › Durdle Door is one of the most photographed landmarks along the Jurassic Coast. This rock arch in the sea was formed as a result of the softer rocks being eroded away behind the hard limestones, allowing the sea to punch through them. The name Durdle is derived from an Old English word 'thirl' meaning bore or drill. Eventually the arch will collapse to leave a sea stack such as those that can be seen at Ladram Bay in East Devon. Each year more than 200.000 walkers use the footpath between Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, making it the busiest stretch in the south west.

read more › Constructed on three levels, which are easily accessed by means of a lift, the Fort is filled with displays, mammoth guns and cinema areas that chart the history of this large and magnificent Victorian structure. Nothe Fort is now one of Weymouth's major attractions and a venue for a wide range of events. You don't have to be a military enthusiast to enjoy Nothe Fort, it's a great day out for all the family with lots to see and explore, so why not come and spend a day with us - you won't regret it, but beware the fort is haunted.

read more › Set amongst the woodland of Dorset lays 65 acres of sanctuary for over 240 primates. Monkey World was set up in 1987 by Jim Cronin to provide abused Spanish beach chimps with a permanent, stable home. Today Monkey World works in conjunction with foreign governments from all over the world to stop the illegal smuggling of apes out of Africa and Asia. At the park visitors can see more than 240 primates of 16 different species.

read more › Situated in a breathtaking part of Dorset, looking out over Chesil beach. Portland Oyster beds are just a stones throw from the restaurant so you can enjoy fresh Oysters on your table within minutes of them leaving the water! Specialise in other types of seafood, most loved are the fresh, local Crabs. A good size, caught along the the English Channel, that are then freshly boiled, chopped in half and then stir fried in garlic, chilli, ginger and herbs. The Crabs are served on large wooden boards with a hammer, nut-crackers, various picks and forks and a bib.

read more › Located on the picturesque Georgian Esplande of Weymouth providing panoramic vistas across the bay. Italian dining from a satisfying snack, business lunch, special evening dinner to private parties, all served by professional and friendly staff willing and able to take care of your requirements large or small. Insisting on the highest standards using only the finest ingredients, either locally sourced or directly imported from Italy and prepared by our Italian Chefs.

read more › Hamiltons is located in Brunswick terrace, an outstandingly well preserved Georgian terrace situated near Greenhill on Weymouth seafront, with a stunning view of Weymouth bay. The business was originally established in 1965 by domenico d'agostino from Monte cassino in Italy as an ice cream parlour and caf. It is now in the hands of his two sons, Marco and Ernesto, and is very much a family concern. During the day you can still purchase anything from a cappuccino to a delicious Home-made pasta dish, however in the evening the premises transform into a stylish a la carte restaurant.

read more › Whenever We come to Weymouth, which is quite often, we always have to come to this Restaurant above all others. The food is excellent, staff friendly and The Restaurant is very clean. To top it all, prices are very competitive. We had a lovely meal sitting in the seated area of this restaurant. My son and I both had fish and chips with a side order of curry sauce while my wife had a chicken curry with rice and chips. All the food was lovely and cooked to perfection and was served by friendly staff.

read more › The renowned Vaults Restaurant is located on the ground floor of the Crown Hotel at the top of the town centre, next to the Town Bridge and overlooking the historic fishing harbour. They offer a wide range of reasonably priced la carte dishes in the restaurant, with always several roast main courses of choice, a variety of hot and cold light lunches and snacks in the bar and foyer areas & the famous Vaults cold buffet and sandwich bar for delicious freshly made sandwiches and salads.

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