Morven House is just 150 yards from Weymouth's Greenhill Gardens at the heart of Dorset's World Heritage Coast.
Morven House is a Victorian House, which has been extensively renovated. All rooms are non smoking and all guests are guaranteed free off road car parking.
We have one ground floor twin en suite room. one first floor family en suite room, and seven double en suite rooms.
Morven House is an ideal choice for birdwatchers: within a short walk are 2 RSPB Reserves at Radipole and Lodmoor. It is 3 miles to the Little Tern Colony at Ferrybridge and approximately 10 miles to the Portland Bill Bird Observatory.
Morven House was built by the local builder George Crickmay with whom the novelist Thomas Hardy trained as an architect in 1869 while he lodged locally. Hardy's boyhood home and grave are approximately eight miles away and Lawrence of Arabia's house at Clouds Hill and grave at Moreton are a similar distance.
Weymouth has all the attractions one would expect of a traditional seaside resort-- a Punch & Judy show, donkey rides on the beach, a graceful Georgian promenade and a lively harbour.
Nearby picture postcard villages include Lulworth, Briantspuddle, Sydling and Little Bredy. The Prince of Wales' village of Poundbury is eight miles away on the edge of Dorchester.
Weymouth is a gateway town to Dorset and East Devon's World Heritage Coast and is conveniently and centrally located for anyone wishing to visit the geological sites of Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door, Chesil Beach and the Fleet.
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This page was last updated: 31 July 2011