Palm Court

Bed and Breakfast in Weymouth, Dorset

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Palm Court, Weymouth

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Accommodation Description:

Chris and Jackie welcome you to their friendly and comfortable guest house, situated at the beginning of the rodwell trail walk and only a 5 min walk from weymouth town centre , harbour and glorous sandy beach. Our varied breakfasts come highly recomended. All rms have tea and coffee making facilities, colour tv, toiletries, hair dryers.


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