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Weymouth - Turkey & Tinsel

  • Departure Wednesday, 20 November 2019
  • Return Sunday, 24 November 2019
  • No. of nights 4
Weymouth beach Weymouth beach Edward Betts

Weymouth’s fine Georgian seafront is an impressive backdrop to the long arc of fine, golden sand. The views from the bay are spectacular, stretching across the horizon taking in the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline. 

The beautiful safe, sandy beaches, rich heritage and spectacular coastline make it a firm favourite holiday destination.

The glorious Weymouth Bay is one of the finest on the south coast and the 17th century harbour is steeped in history and offers a huge variety by way of nautical interest, from fishing boats and pleasure ferries to racing yachts and tall ships. There are also plenty of pubs, restaurants and shops around the old harbour.

The West Country has some of the most outstanding natural beauty that the English countryside has to offer. The spectacular heritage coast, dramatic cliffs and superb sandy beaches, historic market towns and ancient villages testify to the rich heritage of the county.

The Russell Hotel

The Russell Hotel is perfect if you’re

planning on reliving classic holiday

memories or creating new ones.

With easy access to the surrounding

countryside, the popular town centre

just a short walk, and a selection of

attractions for all tastes, you’ll soon

see why guests return year after year.

It adjoins sister property the Hotel

Prince Regent and you are free to

enjoy the facilities in both hotels -

dining in your own hotel for breakfast

and dinner.

Inside there is a relaxing bar and

lounge area with entertainment from

top local performers every evening.

Alternatively, you could just as

easily wander across to enjoy the

entertainment in the Hotel Prince

Regent’s wonderfully restored

ballroom - the choice is yours.


Full day excursion to Poole and

Bournemouth: Travelling eastward to the

Georgian port of Poole, now a leading

yacht harbour. We then continue onto

Dorset’s largest resort, Bournemouth.

Full day: Travelling firstly to the former

royal borough of Wareham, this charming

walled market town still contains many

fascinating buildings. Continuing on

we make our way to the coastal town

of Swanage, why not visit the Swanage

Heritage Centre and Museum and learn

about this fascinating town.

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IGC Travel Ltd.
Northside, Bankwood Road, Stapleton, Pontefract, WF8 3DD

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