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St. Johns Guest House
7 Dorchester Road

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St. Johns Guest House provides high quality ensuite guest house accommodation in the heart of the seaside resort of Weymouth. Weymouth is a great resort for all the family, with its safe bathing beach, picturesque harbour and a variety of attractions and events. The beach is superb and consists of sand which sweeps around the bay changing to shingle along the extended promenade. Water sports feature prominently in the list of activities. With excellent wind conditions all year round the waters of Weymouth Bay and Portland Harbour are a Mecca for windsurfers and dinghy sailors, and divers come to the area to explore the wrecks lying around the coast. As one of the top angling venues in the country Weymouth offers all types of fishing. Golf, cycling, walking, bowling, swimming, the list of opportunity for sport is endless. Attractions include The Timewalk and Brewery Days which takes visitors on an unforgettable voyage to experience six hundred years of Weymouth and Portland's history. The Sea Life Park's themed marine displays reveal the fascinating habitats found beneath the waves and at The Deep Sea Adventure and Sharky's children can jump, swing, slide and climb in the adventure play zone while adults take in the Titanic exhibition on the upper floors. St John's operates on a high standard of cleanliness and comfort and offers a friendly and personal service to all its visitors.St.Johns has the added advantage of a large free car park, visitors are finding St John's an ideal base for a holiday in Weymouth.PLEASE NOTE: CHECK IN & OUT Check In is from 13:00 & Check Out is by 10:30 SMOKING:We are a no smoking accommodation.PETS: Regrettably we cannot accept pets.FAMILY ROOMS:Prices are based on 2 adults sharing with 2 children aged between 4 to 11 years of age. Children over 11 will be charged at full price with the supplement payable upon arrival.

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