Beautiful Holiday Cottages Weymouth and Holiday Homes Weymouth
Weymouth is one of the most-visited towns on the south coast of England. This Dorset town has endless wonderful things to see and do. This includes the beautifully landscaped Bennett Water Gardens and Victorian brewery Brewers Quay, situated on the harbour. Starting in this brewery you can enjoy the Timewalk tour, a historical wander around Weymouth from the age of the Black Death to the 20th century. If you don't like to spend holidays in Norway or vacations in Sweden this year, holidays in your home country will be unforgettable, if you book Weymouth cottages.
Suitable for family holidays, too - Weymouth cottages
Weymouth, due to its favourable southern location, boasts a milder climate than most of the rest of the UK and offers a fascinating and rich historical background. Nothe Fort, situated on the harbourside of Weymouth, was built in 1860 and was originally intended to store gunpowder and shells and is now a major Weymouth tourist attraction with a charming museum. If this sounds to you like an interesting and worthwhile day out, there are numerous holiday cottages in Weymouth within easy reach of the Fort which boast simply stunning sea views. Visitors of all ages will appreciate the Sea Life Park & Marine Sanctuary in Weymouth, which houses a wide array of different animals including otters, seals, penguins, rays and crabs. Be sure to book your Weymouth holiday cottage well in advance this year, as because the nearby National Sailing Academy on the Isle of Portland is hosting the sailing events for the 2012 Olympic Games. Don’t miss out!
Self Catering Weymouth - Just as popular as Camping in Weymouth
Camping is very popular in and around Weymouth, some of the sites in which you can place your tent or caravan boast fantastic views of the south west coast. Weymouth offers a delicious range of local ingredients. Book holiday cottages in Weymouth and take the self-catering option, a perfect way to sample the culinary maritime delights of Weymouth harbour. The town also supplies hungry tourists and locals with Chinese, Thai, Indian, American, Italian, Spanish and traditional pub grub. Weymouth boasts a vibrant nightlife- one of the best on the South Coast. Visit one of the many kebab and takeaway houses after a night on the tiles to socialize and mingle with locals and other tourists. Another popular after-clubbing pastime is to take a short walk down to the beach- only a 5 minute wander from the main strip of bars. From trendy bars, to sophisticated wine bars to traditional cosy British inns, there is certainly a nightlife option for everyone. Weymouth holiday cottages range from the sleek and ultra-modern to the quaint and traditional. With good food, good drink, good company, beautiful surroundings and the fresh sea air, the surprises of Weymouth are waiting around the corner.
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