Harlequin House Guest House

Bed and Breakfast in Weymouth, Dorset

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9 Carlton Road South
Weymouth
Dorset
England
DT4 7PL

Harlequin House Guest House, Weymouth

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Value for money, high quality bed and breakfast accommodation in a conveniently situated, welcoming, Victorian villa. With free off road parking and free WiFi. Just 250 yards to the beach and 10 minutes level walk to the town centre and bus and train stations.

Easy access to local businesses and trading estates. Family rooms are 7 nights for the price of 6 year round. A fabulous varied breakfast menu.

Contractors and business travellers welcome.A good range of local restaurants,pubs and shops

Harlequin House offers great value bed and breakfast accommodation in a lovely Victorian villa with spacious recently refurbished rooms. 7 nights for the price of 6 deals available. We are situated in a quiet street just 250 yards from Weymouth?s award winning beach and about 250 yards from the beautiful Greenhill Gardens.

Free off-street parking * Free off road parking * 10 minutes minutes level walk from town centre and bus and train stations * 7 night for the price of 6 deals available all rooms, 10 months a year * Family rooms 7 nights for the price of 6, year round * Easy access to local businesses and trading estates * Free wireless broadband access * Contractors welcome * Business travellers welcome * Fabulous varied breakfast menu We are ideally situated for families looking for traditional beach and countryside holidays and our accommodation includes three large family rooms. Our family room rates are some of the best value family accommodation in Weymouth. Children four and under stay free and fourteen and under are half price or less.

Bargain priced standard rooms are available year round and we always offer discounts on all rooms for stays of a week or more. Business travellers come back again and again as they enjoy the extra home comforts of video and DVD players in each room, the great breakfast and the convenience of free wireless broadband access. There are good restaurants and a selection of pubs and shops nearby.

We welcome short stay visitors and are well located for birding enthusiasts, divers, climbers, walkers, sailors and fishermen and are happy to provide advice and contact details of local organisations.

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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