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At The Wadham, we’re dedicated to making your experience in Weymouth unforgettable. So, what are you waiting for? Come and stay with us and enjoy a relaxing break in great surroundings.

We loved finding new places to discover new and exciting places to visit. We believe that there’s no better way to experience the world than by immersing yourself in its natural beauty and cultural diversity. That’s why we’ve made it our mission to bring you the best that Weymouth has to offer.

From the stunning Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door to the rugged beauty of Portland and the historic Nothe Fort, we’ve scoured the area to find the most incredible places to visit. Whether you’re a nature lover, history buff, or just looking for a breathtaking view, we’ve got you covered.

And if you’re feeling adventurous, why not take a hike along the South West Coastal Path? It’s the perfect way to experience the rugged beauty of the Jurassic Coast and take in some of the most stunning scenery in the UK. We are perfectly located for that all needed pitstop.

At The Wadham, we’re dedicated to making your experience in Weymouth unforgettable. So what are you waiting for? Come and stay with us and enjoy an adventure you’ll never forget!

The Wadham Sandsfoot Gardens
Sandsfoot Castle and Gardens is a 16th-century coastal fortification situated in Weymouth. It was originally built to defend against invasions and the castle now lies in ruins but offers visitors a glimpse into its rich history. The site features stunning gardens with vibrant flowers, shrubs, and trees, set against the backdrop of Portland Harbour. It’s … Read more
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The South West Coast Path is a stunning footpath and trail in England that stretches 630 miles along the coastline of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, and Somerset. It passes through a variety of landscapes, including beaches, cliffs, and villages. The trail is well-marked and offers stunning views of the coastline, as well as opportunities to see … Read more
Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove
Lulworth cove is world famous for its unique geology and landforms. Durdle Door is a magnificent limestone arch leading into the clear aquamarine waters of the sea. It takes approx 29 minutes by car, 55 minutes by bus or the more adventurous  a stunning 3hours 32min coastal walk.
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Weymouth beach with its golden sands provides safe shallow waters for swimming and water sports. It had stunning sun rises and sunsets. The Esplanade provides a host of restaurants, cafes, bars, ice creams and of course fish and chips .
Portland Bill Lighthouse
Portland Bill Lighthouse built in 1906 to guide vessels heading for Portland and Weymouth. It stands 41m and 43m above sea level. The Lobster pot restaurant offers a superb menu. 
Nothe Fort
Nothe Fort is a 15 minute walk from the accommodation. Nothe in Weymouth  is the number one heritage attraction. In the Harbour. This costal fort over looking Portland & Weymouth harbour was built between 1860-1872. It holds many advents throughout the year and is a must see attraction.

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