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All reviews family room converted coach house two single beds lovely accommodation tea and coffee facilities your doorstep nice stay stay there again stayed for one night warm welcome jane landlady pub seafront ensuite
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Reviewed 26 August 2017 via mobile

Everything seemed ok when we arrived we stayed in the family room above the pub,the shower was so tiny you could barely move the toilet was a pain to flush. The room was dirty found old food under wardrobe and old painkillers still in the room on the floor very noisy at night time due to it being on a busy road. The window doesn't open in the room and the price doesn't include breakfast which I find odd considering the amount they charge had breakfast one morning wasn't worth the money so went to local cafe. Would not stay here again

Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank beckielouise31
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Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

4 adults and a baby with 2 rooms booked. 1st room was in the new coach house and really nice and comfy. 2nd room at top of pub, a bit older and shows but very comfy so cant complain. Staff really friendly and helpful. 10 min walk to seafront. Only disapointment was the price did not include breakfast, you have to pay seperatly. But it was nice.

Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank steve69karen64
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Reviewed 23 June 2017

Spent the afternoon with my wife wandering through the vastly underrated town of Weymouth. So much to see if you step back from the seafront and visit the area near the moveable bridge. Called in for a beer at The Royal Oak and they deserve to be commended for their sensible prices for soft drinks. Great beer too. Too many places rip people off with inexcusable exorbitant prices for soda water. Name and shame.

Date of stay: June 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Stuartbuxton
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Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

Thought we'd give this place a second chance as love Weymouth. Room was nice and spacious. Yet again they came in the room without being asked or it being mentioned. Despite that it is good value for money and only a 10 minute walk into town

Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank Huntforservice
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Reviewed 7 May 2017 via mobile

I've stayed in many BnBs in Weymouth due to my family moving here in 2000 but this one i think out done them all we arrived at 2pm shown straight to our room we brought our little dog with us for the first time as i had seen that pet were allowed we got to our room and was pleasantly surprised we had the family room I was unsure at first as it was at the front and I know the Dorchester road is a very busy road. We went to meet my family in town which is a 10-15min walking distance we came back to the royal oak and had a few drinks the carling is the best we tasted all weekend n we tried different places including my brothers local the park and a few in the town the pub is an old traditional pub which we love. The room had everything you would expect my partner finds it hard to sleep when we go anywhere how ever last night he fell straight to sleep before 10.30pm and didn't wake up till 9.30 the next morning we couldn't hear the noise for the road which was a surprise to us both. the dog was so comfortable and content I think. The staff were help and friendly ly need to ask and the happy to help. We had a cooked breakfast which was lovely cooked to perfection my partner couldn't find a fault which is a big thing for him as he would moan about anything and everything he even left me and my family after we had checked out and been in town for a few hours, he went back to the pub as he couldn't find a better pint in town. Thank you to all the staff mainly the two ladies who took care of us we will be back very soon....

Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Ronnie P
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