Kelston Guest House
Martin and Karen offer a warm and friendly welcome to Kelston Guest House. We are both born and breed Weymouth people and therefore can offer you a wealth of local knowledge.
We are a family run guesthouse, less than 50 metres from Weymouth beach. Close to the town centre and harbour.
Ideally situated for Sea Life Centre, RSPB Bird reserves, Condor Ferries, water sports, fishing trips, hiking, train station, Monkey World and much more.
We offer a warm welcome to all our guests, children of all ages are most welcome and we offer cots, high chairs, change mats, bottle sterilisers if required to save on your luggage.
Our guest house is a Grade II Listed building minutes from the Sea Front. We have recently renovated throughout being sympathetic to the original period features of the house. We offer a clean, modern but relaxed place to stay.
All rooms come complete with Digital Freeview LCD TV, with DVD/CD player, Free WIFI, mini fridges, hospitality trays, complimentary toiletries, radio alarm clocks, hairdryer, own keys for 24 hour access and ironing facilities. We have a guest lounge with Freeview TV and DVD. Family rooms come with cots, bedding and change mat.
We can offer a limited number of free parking permits.
We can provide storage for bikes, wet suits, fishing equipment if required.
We also offer packed lunches for those days out.
We are Condor Ferries agents and can offer day trips to the Channel Islands, in addition we offer late check in and Condor Special early breakfasts.
We offer family rooms that sleep up to 5 people, double rooms, triple, twin and single. If you are travelling on a budget we offer two rooms slightly cheaper as they share a bathroom, ideal for groups of friends. These rooms have been decorated to a high standard and therefore there is no loss in the standard we offer.
We are happy to take groups and contractors
We accept credit / debit cards except American Express / Diners.
Please note that we are fully Non Smoking throughout.
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This page was last updated: 27 February 2019