Chalets in Weymouth

Chalets in Weymouth

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Highlights in Weymouth

  • Dorset Coast
  • Villas in Weymouth
  • Holidays in South West England
  • Sandy Beaches
  • Jurassic Coast
  • Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Chalets in Weymouth

Come away to Weymouth

Enjoy the remarkably lovely Dorset seashore and discover one of the most beautiful villages on Dorset's Jurassic Coast! With a wide sandy beach dotted with cheerfully painted beach huts, elegant Georgian houses and a causeway leading to quaint Portland Island where you can admire a lighthouse and wonderful bird life, Weymouth offers visitors a delightful English seaside town holiday experience! Weymouth is in the heart of the beautiful natural heritage of the Dorset Coast with miles of coastal paths and lovely secluded coves and bays to discover.

Top South West England Seaside Destination

With the entirety of the spectacular Dorset Coast and the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that extends inland right on your doorstep there are so many reasons to have a wonderful seaside holiday in Weymouth! Find a stunning, fully equipped, upmarket holiday villa in and around Weymouth, neighbouring Coryates, 10 km from Weymouth and near Bincombe Down. Many of these spacious, prefab style chalets with fully furnished, fully equipped, contemporary interiors are under 2 km from the beach and feature a pool, a lovely garden and an outside terrace. Browse a selection of properties and find a perfect chalet for 2, 4, or 6 guests!

Travellers and activities

Weymouth for nature lovers

Weymouth´s location offers you breathtaking days out along the Jurassic Coast of England where extraordinary fossils and dinosaur footprints can be observed along the spectacular plunging cliffs and quaint coves. Inland the heathland, forests and exquisite rolling hills of Dorset´s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are yours to explore on foot, by bike or on a scenic drive through the countryside!

Weymouth for hiking enthusiasts

Here you can lace up your walking shoes and head out on a nature trail like no other! All 114km of Dorset´s stunning Jurassic Coast can be explored on foot via the South West Coast Path! Pack a picnic and head inland to walk the breathtaking Woodland Hill hike with incredible views across the Blackmore Vale! This is just one of the dozens of breathtaking inland trails awaiting your discovery in this gorgeous part of Britain!

Did you know that a great many of the questions for the original ‘Trivial Pursuit’ game were actually researched in the public library in Weymouth!

Top 7 travel tips in Weymouth

1.See Durdle Door

Visit one of the world´s most splendid UNESCO World Heritage Sites right on your doorstep! Durdle Door is just a half hour west of Weymouth along the coast. Be amazed by this colossal, eroded limestone doorway that forms a majestic and imposing structure beside a stunning bay with glistening blue waters and a gorgeous beach replete with dazzling white pebbles nearby at the famous Lulworth Cove!

2. Take photos from Trinity Terrace

You won't find a more picturesque spot in delightful Weymouth than the charming street of Trinity Terrace. Once you have explored the cute, colourful cottages and quaint nooks and crannies of the town stop here for beautiful photos of the view across to the harbour. There is a wonderful fish and chips shop just around the corner for a delicious seaside lunch on the go!

3. Visit Lulworth Castle

Be an amateur history sleuth for the day and immerse yourself in the ancient history of this beautiful 17th century castle that is set amidst acres of magnificent sprawling parkland with sea views, a beautiful old church and a charming tearoom. There is a spectacular 5km walking route from Lulworth Castle to Lulworth Cove for rambling enthusiasts.

4. Visit the Tudor House Museum

Close to Weymouth harbour you will find a beautiful early 17th century museum and one of Britain's best preserved Tudor buildings. Step back in time to the days of 15-17 th century Tudor trade and exploration. This charming merchant´s cottage showcases a typical home of a middle class 17th century family with clothing, furniture, kitchen appliances and candlemaking of the times on display.

5. Visit Sandworld Sculpture Park

Go way beyond sandcastles at Weymouth´s stunning, must visit, sand sculpture attraction that is open from April to October. The giant exhibits created by world class sand artists are protected under cover and some are as high as a double decker bus! Outside there is a giant sandpit filled with clean, soft, damp sand that provides a ton of fun for families where kids can have a go at building sand sculptures.

6. Spend the day at Weymouth Beach

Head to Weymouth Beach for the day and experience all that a whimsical British seaside holiday is about! Here you can relax on 3 miles of unspoiled sand with glorious shallows for paddling, quintessential donkey rides, Punch and Judy shows and drippy ice creams in the summer. In the winter you can see the crazy fun at the Christmas Chase the Pudding Race where dozens of runners dressed up as Santa take part in a 5km event to raise money for charity!

7.See Cerne Abbas

Just a half hour north inland you are in for a strange yet striking sight! A 180 foot naked male figure is etched in chalk into the Hillside above the village of Cerne Abbas! Historians are unsure of the exact age of this mysterious relic! The village of Cerne Abbas is a lovely place to stroll about and is definitely one of the prettiest villages in Dorset with its clusters of gorgeous, thatch, flint and half timbered houses near the River Cerne.

Information about chalets in Weymouth

🏡 Chalets available: 2 properties.
💳 Discount available: up to -31%.
🌙 Minimum price per night: from £23.
⭐ Most popular amenities: garden, Wi-Fi and fireplace.
🐾 Pet-friendly: 2 properties.
📶 For workation: 100% of the properties.

FAQs: Chalets in Weymouth

Are the chalets in Weymouth pet-friendly?

Of course! In Weymouth, 100% of the chalets accept them, and 100% also have a garden!

Do the chalets in Weymouth generally offer Wi-Fi?

Yes! According to Holidu's database, 100% of chalets in Weymouth offer an internet connection. You will be able to stay connected during your stay!

How much does it cost on average for chalets in Weymouth?

The majority of chalets in Weymouth (100%) tend to cost less than £100 per night. Therefore, this destination is perfect for reserving an affordable chalet!

Are the chalets in Weymouth suitable for holidays in large groups or rather for a weekend break as a couple?

According to Holidu's information, 100% of chalets welcome small groups of up to four guests. Approximately 100% of the chalets here include at least two separate bedrooms. Weymouth is the ideal destination for small groups of friends!

Are the chalets in Weymouth luxurious?

Sure! The chalets in Weymouth are ideal for spending a few days on holiday. However, if you are looking for unique accommodation, you shouldn't take long to make a reservation, since the availability of chalets fills up quickly. Out of all accommodations in Weymouth, 0% have a pool, 100% have a garden but none have a sauna. Also, if you are looking for a spacious property, 100% of the chalets can accommodate big groups, and 100% have green spots in the surrounding area.

Would you like to know which months are most recommended for planning a trip to Weymouth?

Judging by the amenities at the chalets in Weymouth, it is an ideal destination to enjoy at any time of the year. This is because there is a wide range of properties and services. Therefore, you will be able to enjoy Weymouth in comfort all year round.

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