Rent accommodation in Weymouth
We offer 420+ holiday rentals in Weymouth
Weymouth (50 ° 36′46 ″ N 2 ° 27′57 ″ W) is a city - in English: town - in the south of Dorset (England), on a sheltered bay at the mouth of the Wey River, in the channel of the stain. It is located 13 km south of Dorchester, the capital of the county or county town, and 8 km north of the island of Portland. Its population is around 52 150 inhabitants (2006) and 71 700 in its surroundings (2001).
A bridge on route A354 connects Weymouth with Portland, along with which it forms the borough of Weymouth and Portland. The history of the place dates back to the twelfth century and denotes an important role in the expansion of the Black Death, the colonization of America, the Georgian era and the Second World War.
Although fishing and commerce have been losing their preponderance as sources of employment since their time of splendor in past centuries, tourism maintains its strong presence since the eighteenth century. The city continues to be a popular tourist destination and today the local economy depends on the port and beaches in Weymouth Bay. It is also an access point to the Jurassic Coast, located on the Dorset and East Devon coastline and declared a World Heritage Site due to its particular geology and geographical features. The port of Weymouth is the starting point of ferries that cross the canal and mooring of boats and private yachts. In the nearby Port of Portland, the National Academy of Navigation of Weymouth and Portland is located, in charge of the pertinent events to this discipline in the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Our selection of Apartments in Weymouth
The Studio Apartment
The Annex Apartment
1 bed self catering apartment
Our selection of Hotels in Weymouth
The Royal Oak
Best Western Weymouth Hotel Rembrandt ★★★
The Lugger Inn
Radipole is a part of the district of Weymouth and Portland, in the county of Dorset, England. Formerly it was an independent civil parish, until it was abolished as a unit of local government in 1933. However, it remains a separate ecclesiastical parish. Radipole is located on the shores of the lake that gave it its name, which currently constitutes a natural reserve for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. The Wey River crosses the lake and enters the port of Weymouth. Until 1984, Radipole had its own train stop for the South Western Main Line and Heart of Wessex Line.
Our selection of Apartments in Radipole
Antonios 2A Saint Mary Street
Ferndale First Floor Apartment
Weymouth By The Beach Apartments
Sea breeze holiday apartment
Our selection of Hotels in Radipole
The Leam Hotel ★★★
Hotel Mon Ami ★★★new
Weymouth railway station (in English: Weymouth railway station) is a railway station located in the city of Weymouth, Dorset, England. It was opened on October 16, 1865. The station is the terminal of the South Western Main Line and the Heart of Wessex Line. It is a relatively modern structure, having been rebuilt in 1986; In its last years, the old station had become exaggeratedly large in relation to the modest traffic it supported.
Our selection of Apartments in Weymouth Station
Our selection of Hotels in Weymouth Station
Moonfleet Manor ★★★★new
The Smugglers Inn ★★★new
The Royal Hotel ★★★new
Weymouth Quay Station
Weymouth Quay railway station (in Spanish: "Weymouth Pier Railway Station") was located in the town of Weymouth, in Dorset, England. Until September 1987, it was a frequent starting and ending point for trains that took passengers to the dock where they board the ferry to travel to the Channel Islands and France. Currently, the station is out of service and the building is used as an office of Condor Ferries, a company that operates the ferry service from the port to the Channel Islands.
Our selection of Apartments in Weymouth Quay Station
Ferndale Ground Floor Apartment
Our selection of Hotels in Weymouth Quay Station
Hotel Rex ★★★new
Weymouth Beach (in English: Weymouth Beach) is an arc of gently curved golden sands that is located in the bay of Weymouth, next to the city of Weymouth, in Dorset, England. Its inclination towards the sea is also very gradual and the waters are shallow and with small waves.
The beach is often frequented for therapeutic purposes; King George III used to go to it when he was sick. In addition to bathing in its waters, the beach is used to practice motocross and volleyball: international volleyball championships often take place in this place.
The beach has the traditional attractions of an English marine tourist destination, including donkey rides, Punch and Judy puppet works, sand sculptures, trampolines, a small fair for children, and so on.