Sandy beaches, historic sites and fun family attractions – holidays in Dorset have it all, and our stylish Premier Inn hotels in Weymouth will help you get the most out of your next seaside break. Enjoy family activities in Dorset at the SEA LIFE Centre Weymouth and Sandworld, get a taste of local history by visiting top Weymouth attractions like Sandsfoot Castle and Nothe Fort, and sit back and relax on popular Dorset beaches like Weymouth Beach and Bowleaze Cove. Plus, after exciting days out in Dorset, you can rest easy thanks to the free Wi-Fi, luxurious beds and all you can eat breakfast waiting for you back at our Weymouth hotels.
Hotels in Weymouth
Places like Weymouth
Take a look at our hotels in Bournemouth and our hotels in Exmouth.
If you love visiting seaside towns in the UK, why not extend your next coastal break and explore other places like Weymouth nearby? Our Premier Inn hotels in Bournemouth are near top attractions like Hengistbury Head and are ideal for fun family holidays. You’ll love our Exmouth hotels, too, near top UK beaches like Sandy Bay.
Things to do in Weymouth
Spend days out at the beach
Dorset is home to some of the most popular beaches in the UK, so it’s easy to see why enjoying some sun, sea and sand is one of the top-rated activities in Weymouth. If you’re looking for family friendly beaches in Dorset, then the Blue Flag Weymouth Beach is a must-visit, or why not escape to a more secluded spot like Castle Cove on Weymouth holidays?
Explore top attractions
Some of the most popular places to visit in Dorset are historic sites, so culture-lovers will have plenty to see on Weymouth short breaks. Explore the incredible Nothe Fort – one of the top attractions in Dorset – before soaking up the sea views from Sandsfoot Castle. Dorset holidays are ideal for exploring the great outdoors, too, so don’t miss out on top walking trails like the Portland Plateau.
Enjoy family activities in Dorset
From half term breaks in Weymouth to fun summer holidays, you’ll find plenty of things to do near our Weymouth hotels. Meet the animals at the SEA LIFE Centre Weymouth, get close to nature on a Jurassic Safari, and enjoy exciting days out with the kids at the Warmwell Holiday Park Ski Slope. Plus, if you’re looking for fun events in Weymouth, the Sandworld festival is unmissable.
What are the nearest train stations in Weymouth?
Weymouth train station is the main station in this UK seaside resort, and you’ll find it just a five-minute drive away from Weymouth Beach. Other train stations near Weymouth include Upwey train station a 10-minute drive away, plus Dorchester West station and Dorchester South station a 16-minute drive away from the centre.
What are the nearest beaches in Weymouth?
Weymouth Beach is the main beach in this seaside resort, and you’ll find it just a 20-minute walk away from Nothe Fort, one of the top attractions in Weymouth. Holidays in Dorset wouldn’t be complete without visiting other popular family beaches like Bowleaze Cove and Chesil Beach, too, both less than a 20-minute drive away from the heart of Weymouth.
What type of beaches does Weymouth have?
Some beaches in Weymouth are sandy like Weymouth Beach, and others are pebbly like Chesil Cove. This popular UK resort is also home to some dog friendly beaches like Bowleaze Cove, and with water sports available on some of Dorset’s beaches, too, you can look forward to plenty of days out on the beach during your holidays in Weymouth.
How many beaches are there in Weymouth?
You’ll have around eight beaches in Weymouth to enjoy throughout your UK seaside break. Weymouth Beach is one of the most popular beaches for families in Dorset, but there’s also top beaches like Bowleaze Cove, Chesil Beach, Castle Cove and Greenhill Beach to visit near our Weymouth hotels.
What are the best places to eat in Weymouth?
Take your pick from our two great-value restaurants in Weymouth throughout your stay with us. Enjoy tasty family meals at our Weymouth Beefeater near the SEA LIFE Centre Weymouth, and our Lodmoor Brewers Fayre is ideal if you’re looking for popular places to eat in Weymouth, too.
What are the best things to do in Weymouth at night?
You’ll find plenty of fun things to do in Weymouth during the evenings. From relaxing with a drink at one of our bars in Weymouth to enjoying live events at venues like the Weymouth Pavilion, nightlife in Weymouth has something for everyone.
What family friendly activities can you do in Weymouth?
From exploring top attractions in Weymouth like Lodmoor Country Park to visiting popular Dorset festivals like Sandworld, there’s all kinds of fun family activities in Weymouth to discover. Thrill-seekers won’t want to miss family days out at Warmwell Holiday Park Ski Slope, and half term breaks in Weymouth wouldn’t be complete without visiting the Fantasy Island Fun Park.
What outdoor activities can you do in Weymouth?
Thanks to its scenic spot on the Jurassic Coast, Weymouth holidays are ideal for exploring the great outdoors. Visit historical attractions in Dorset like Sandsfoot Castle and Nothe Fort, escape to picturesque places to visit in Weymouth like the Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens and Bennetts Water Gardens, or go on an exciting Jurassic Safari ride. Plus, if you’re looking for walking trails in Dorset, don’t miss out on the Portland Plateau trail and the Weymouth Portland Railway Walk.
What indoor activities can you do in Weymouth?
Whatever the weather in Weymouth, you’ll find plenty of things to keep you entertained. Enjoy family days out in Dorset at the SEA LIFE Centre Weymouth, go souvenir shopping in Weymouth, and visit top cultural attractions like Weymouth Museum. Plus, if you feel like treating yourself to a spa break in Weymouth, this resort town has some relaxing spas and pools to choose from.