A very warm welcome to The Leam!

3-star-guest-accommodationSet amid the splendour of Weymouth’s wonderful Esplanade, described as ‘one of the finest marine promenades in the kingdom,’ (Bradshaw’s Guide) The Leam was built in 1780, originally as a pair of gentlemen’s residences. Sea-bathing became very fashionable in the 1770s after the Duke of Gloucester introduced his brother, King George III, to Weymouth, ‘this delightful watering-place’ – and where the King went, the rest of society followed. Today, visitors still flock to Britain’s first seaside resort to walk barefoot across miles of soft golden sands and bathe in the restoring waters of Weymouth Bay – but there is so much else to do too: Weymouth is famous for seafood and sailing, Carnival and kites, rambling and heritage railways, history, beauty and birds. With panoramic views out over the sea and towards the cliffs that still protect the Bay, The Leam has been welcoming guests to Weymouth since 1926. We are looking forward to welcoming you too!

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By the Seaside

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You’ll enjoy 3 glorious miles of award-winning beaches stretching as far as you can see from the glistening shingle of Furzy Cliff  to the north to the soft golden sands by the harbour.
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Summer Breaks

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Whether it’s Carnival in August, The Pommery Dorset Sea Food Festival in July or the many other summer time events that attract you and your family, come and stay at The Leam and enjoy all the seaside has to offer. Read more …

Family Fun

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A holiday in Weymouth is all about fun and we at The Leam know that fun is a serious business! With so much to see and do it’s almost impossible not to, whatever your age.
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What’s On

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As a popular holiday resort, Weymouth benefits from a wide variety of exciting events and festivals. From seafood to carnival there’s something to thrill residents and visitors alike.
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Leam Themes

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Weymouth has so much to offer besides sun, sea and sand. Whether you like walking or wine tasting, sporting challenges, or musical entertainments Read more …

Flora & Fossils

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Weymouth has more than its fair share of Nature in all its glory: the Jurassic coastline, legacy walking trails, gorgeous gardens and nature reserves – and one is right in the centre of town!
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Doggy Breaks

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With 100 miles of Dorset coastline to explore, what better way than to stroll the South West Coastal Path with a faithful companion – especially the four-legged kind!
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Get Active

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Not for nothing was Weymouth chosen as host for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Sailing: its natural features make it the perfect location for a wide range of sporting activities.
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Heritage Breaks

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Weymouth’s origins date back to Roman times when galleys would sail up the River Wey to Radipole to offload their goods for transport to the Roman town of Durnovaria (Dorchester).
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Discover Dorset

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Weymouth is a jewel in the crown of Dorset, one of the loveliest counties in England, and The Leam is an ideal base from which to explore all Dorset has to offer.
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Christmas Spirit

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Christmas may be long past – but here at The Leam we are already taking bookings for 2017! So if you love everything about the season and want to be sure of spending time in great company Read more …

New Year Fizz

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Weymouth puts on the largest fancy dress party in Europe. The streets are teeming with revellers dressed in costume & you need to be part of it! Read more …

 

The Duke of Cornwall

Duke of CornwallA warm welcome awaits you at the historic Duke of Cornwall, a traditional pub in the heart of Weymouth, just around the corner from the Harbour.

Much-loved as one of the town’s premier hostelries for over 200 years, the Duke of Cornwall is renowned for its Cornish real ales, its vibrant live music, and the largest selection of gins in the whole of Weymouth

The only pub in Dorset serving a range of Skinners beers including Betty Stogs and Cornish Knocker from keg,The Duke also boasts continental ales, potent ciders, and a selection of red, white and rose wines to suit all tastes.

Better still, the Duke of Cornwall is Weymouth’s premier Gin Joint with over 100 botanical gins to sample and enjoy.

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