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I also want to say a massive thanks to my dad, for filling my head with useless historic facts about Weymouth and my heart with a passion for my hometown!Also to the rest of my family, and my bestie Ruth, for their help in putting this post together. I have a one day guide to Weymouth’s top attractions that might suit you better.Think swingboats, ice cream shops, and donkey rides – basically the very best of vintage British seaside. I don’t know a single local who’ll tell you otherwise.This tiny little parlour doesn’t look like much, but it is a much-loved institution in Weymouth and genuinely serves up the town’s best ice cream. At just five and a half miles, the River Wey is the shortest major river in the UK.We are always adding more properties that meet our criteria and your holiday expectations and have local knowledge of the area to ensure you have the right information so that you can book with confidence.
But while it’s not technically all completely unique, these really are all of my favourite things to do in Weymouth (and the nearby areas) and many of them hold a very special place in my heart.This is also a lovely spot to stay if you don’t want to be too close to town.The inn is lovely, with pretty bedrooms and a real sense of history.It takes place right along Weymouth harbour every July, so you can literally see where your food is coming from.This is a celebration of the very best of local produce – not just seafood but cheeses, chutnies, and locally made liquors (like my favourite, Dorset Conker Gin).2019 dates: 13th and 14th July 2019Voted one of the spookiest places in Britain, the Nothe Fort is a Victorian fort overlooking Weymouth harbour.
This is a bumper post featuring all my favourite things to do in the area.