The Smugglers Inn

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The Smugglers Inn Osmington Mills
Weymouth
Dorset
England
DT3 6HF

The Smugglers Inn, Weymouth

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Beautiful 13th century Inn right on the South West Coast Path a warm & welcoming sight after a long walk with stunning seaviews from our car park. Within easy reach of Weymouth by car or for the more adventurous a nice walk along the Coastal path. We are only 6 miles from Lulworth and Durdle Door and only an hour away from Bournemouth.

We have an extensive Menu which we serve all day and a tasty range of Badger ales. Our rooms are furnished to a comfortable standard all with en-suite and tea/coffee making facilities.

From: £70.00


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