Lacey's Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

12 Holland Road
Weymouth
Dorset
England
DT4 0AL

Lacey's Guest House, Weymouth

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Laceys Guest House is situated in an excellent spot close to beach, harbour, railway station and town centre. For those who wish to come by car, we have plenty of on-site parking so you can enjoy Weymouth without using your car. We offer well equipped rooms (4 en-suite) all with Tea and Coffee making facilities, complimentary toiletries, Hairdryer, Colour TVDVD, Clock Radio, Safe and FREE WiFi Internet.

Ironing facilities are also available. Early breakfasts can be arranged.

 3 star rating

From: £65.00


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