Weymouth Harbour

View the webcam overlooking Weymouth Harbour, provided by Dorset Council. The historic harbourside at Weymouth has cottages and museums dating back to the 17th Century and the area is a hive of activity, particularly in the summer months. All along the quayside you will find shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes with ourdoor seating. The harbour is home to many pleasure boats and private yachts and the quay extends all the way out to Weymouth Pier and Nothe Fort and Gardens.

The harbour includes a lifting bridge, Brewer’s Quay (a converted Victorian brewery), the Tudor House Museum and its home to a number of annual events including the Dorset Seafood Festival and live music events. Have fun exploring the numerous gift shops and antiques emporiums, before enjoying a traditional fish and chips.

Weymouth Holidays

The closest of our holiday accommodation to Weymouth, can be found at Sandyholme Holiday Park, which is 7 miles of a 10 to 15 minute drive away. Sandyholme offers holiday homes for hire and pitches for camping and touring, with on-site facilities including a children’s play area, a shower block, a laundry, a wildlife lake, a nature trail and a small shop. Dog friendly holidays are available and it’s a great dark location for stargazing! Our other resorts of Highlands End, Golden Cap and Graston Copse are located around a 30 minute drive away close to Bridport.

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