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Florian Guest House
59 Abbotsbury Road

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A warm welcome awaits you at The Florian Guest House from proprietors Sue and Dave Pitman. Rated 4 star Guest Accommodation by Visit Britain. Florian is non-smoking and is situated just 15 minutes walk from Weymouth town centre and beach. Florian is a traditional Victorian house with car parking at the front and a south facing garden at the rear. This is ideal if visiting with young children, as they can play in the secure garden.We are well placed for business travelers as we can be reached, without going through the town centre. There is free wireless internet access in all rooms. We are close to the Rodwell Trail which is great for walkers going to Portland or to Abbotsbury and we can offer luggage transfer to your next stop.Early breakfasts are available for guests traveling on the Cross Channel Ferry, or going on fishing/diving trips. There is storage for bikes, windsurfing boards, diving equipment etc. An outside tap is available for the rinsing of sports equipment plus drying facilities for wet clothes. With our own Charter Fishing Boat ‘Atlanta’ we can arrange a fishing trip during your stay or even fishing holidays, either for individuals or clubs. Patio doors lead from the dining room to the garden. Guests are welcome to enjoy the garden, where you will find loungers, for a little extra sunbathing, and patio tables and chairs to sit and have coffee or chat. Guests may smoke in the garden.PLEASE NOTE: Check In is from 13:00 & Check Out is by 10:00. We are a no smoking accommodation. Regrettably we cannot accept pets. Family Room is priced on two adults sharing only. A child supplement is payable upon arrival at the following rate. children. 0-3 free, 3-14 @ half adult price, 14+ adult prices3rd child (infants excluded) at half adult price regardless of age

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