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WEYMOUTH—BOURNEMOUTH, DORCHESTER, DURDLE DOOR, NORDEN STEAM RAILWAY AND POOLE

Nestled on the Dorset Coast, Weymouth is situated on the World Heritage UNESCO Jurassic Coastline. A popular resort surrounded by stunning countryside, its crowning glory is perhaps the beautiful seafront boasting a variety of shops and cafes, perfect for a leisurely stroll. You are guaranteed a relaxing and entering time.

 




7 Days from just £389.00

Key Information

Category
England
Next Date
06/06/2020

The Berkeley Hotel

The Berkeley Hotel is a 51 bedroom hotel set within an original Georgian building. Situated just across from the impressive promenade and beach, the hotel forms part of Weymouth's historic Georgian terraced sea front. All rooms are ensuite with shower facilities and offer tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryers and Freeview television. Some bedrooms offer stunning views over Weymouth Bay, a wonderful way to wake up—Entertainment is provided at this hotel.

Excursion’s Include:


Excursion 1— Today’s tour focuses on the beautiful scenery around Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. The beautiful white pebble beach of Lulworth cove with its stunning blue waters revealing rockpools teeming with sea creatures. The cove is one of the most recognisable beaches. Further along the coast is the iconic sight of the Durdle Door. This rock formation forms part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage site. We will then travel to Norden to board the Swanage Railway, an award-winning standard gauge preserved steam railway, with six miles of beautiful scenery passing through the magnificent ruins of Corfe Castle. Here you will leave the railway at Swanag and enjoy som free time before returning to the hotel.

Excursion 2— Today we will visit Poole. The town has five sheltered beaches, a glories Old Town, its own museum with free entry and a quayside with tall ships, fishing boats and even some luxury powerboats and yachts. We travel to Bournemouth where you will have some free time. Why not visit the many gardens or miles of sandy beaches with panoramic views of the coastline.

Excursion 3—Today we will visit Dorchester, a Roman town with a very varied history, and home town of Thomas Hardy who lived and worked in Dorset. Thomas Hardy wrote many novels using the inspiration of the local area in his writings. From here we will travel on down to Portland Bill to see the magnificent lighthouse. Enjoy the visitors centre and the stunning views from this iconic point.

 

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Departure Date Tour Reference Days Price (from) Available Seats Pickup Points Rooms  
Sat 6 Jun, 2020 WEY2020 3 7 £389.00 10 + Book Now
Sat 25 Jul, 2020 WEY2020 4 7 £439.00 10 + Book Now
Sat 29 Aug, 2020 WEY2020 5 7 £429.00 10 + Book Now