CHANNEL VIEW GUEST HOUSE

Bed and Breakfast in Melcombe Regis, Dorset

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

10 BRUNSWICK TERRACE
Melcombe Regis
Dorset
England
DT4 7RW

CHANNEL VIEW GUEST HOUSE, Melcombe Regis

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CHANNEL VIEW IS SITUATED IN A TERRACE, OVERLOOKING THE BEAUTIFUL WEYMOUTH BAY, 15 METRES FROM THE BEACH. WE ARE WITHIN MINUTES FROM ALL LOCAL AMENITIES.

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