Jordan House Bed And Breakfast
Jordan House bed and breakfast a Privately Run Family Bed and Breakfast, just 20 minutes walk from the busy town centre. There is a bus stop -a two minutes walk - for bus connections to town and along the Jurassic Coast, Poole and Bournemouth and beyond. Secure off street Parking for four cars. We also have garage facilities for your motorbikes, mountain bikes, sailing/diving equipment etc. Boleaze Cove beach front just five minute walk away.
We welcome well-behaved pets and have separate rooms for those with accompanying cats and dogs. The carpets are steam cleaned on a regular basis. We are open all year and happy to accommodate any length of stay from one night onwards.
Things to do in Weymouth:
From beaches, coastline and water sports to history, heritage and wildlife, the Visit Weymouth website will help you find some great ideas for days out for all the family by highlighting the best of Weymouth's attractions.
Why not visit the beautifully-restored Victorian Nothe Fort with its fantastic views of Weymouth and Portland, or the Tudor House, one of Weymouth's few remaining Tudor buildings which is furnished in the style of an early 17th century middle class family home? There is also Weymouth Museum, located inside the Brewers Quay shopping complex, or the remains of the Jordan Hill Roman Temple overlooking Weymouth Bay. For nature lovers, there's not one but two RSPB nature reserves, Weymouth's Sea Life Park, and the butterfly reserves on Portland. Or, for the younger (or not so younger ones) ones, there's always Sharky's indoor soft play centre, the skate park, as well as pirate-themed mini golf.
The Weymouth and Portland area provides some of the finest waters in Britain, perhaps even Europe, for watersports such as sailing, diving, wind surfing, kite surfing and sea angling, which is why it has been selected as the venue for the Olympic sailing events when London hosts the Games in 2012. For the less energetic, there are frequent boat trips along the breathtaking Jurassic coastline, including some paddle steamer excursions, high-speed ferries making daily trips to the Channel Islands, and even a white water ride through Portland's roughest waters, 'the Race'.
93, Preston Road
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This page was last updated: 05 December 2012