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Sail in and get a great welcome from the Harbour crew....Stay for any five nights and get one free....!
Need a excellent chandler? Check out Steve in Bussel's...Very helpful and we'll stocked.
M&S ..5mins away.
Always something going on and the great beach is just...More
Very colourful and interesting harbour and well worth a look around and not far from the town bridge, which did actually open when we were there today
Plenty of shops, cafes and pubs to stop at enroute to enjoy the atmosphere
I always find harbours...More
First visit to Weymouth Harbour for many years. It’s a fascinating place. Walk around admiring all the various types of boats, take a exhilarating Rib ride, or the ferry to Portland. Or equip yourself with your Crab nets and spend hours sitting on the harbour...More
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Are you staying in a B & B by the harbour? If so, it could be that they have residents permits to display in your car windscreen in which case there are zoned areas...hopefully quite close to where you are staying. If not... More
Are you staying in a B & B by the harbour? If so, it could be that they have residents permits to display in your car windscreen in which case there are zoned areas...hopefully quite close to where you are staying. If not, it may be worth phoning the Council and/or buying a weekly visitors permit but it's worth checking with the Council first.