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6 Queen Street, Weymouth DT4 7HZ England
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#8 of 32 Speciality lodging in Weymouth
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Free parking
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soploudavis wrote a review Sep 2021
42 contributions5 helpful votes
Impressed with our stay, we arrived late in the day- we emailed earlier in the day and were assured this would be fine. There is a pub next door which was open late and they would check us in. That worked well. My partner also needed to store his bike and they allowed us to store this safely too. Our room was basic but fairly large, there was a variety of tea/coffee/biscuits and the TV had full sky TV so that was useful. Bed was comfortable and we had a good nights sleep, the pub noise didn't disturb us at all. The breakfast was great, a wide range of options, the full english was lovely. Nice that they provide Heinz beans. We would stay again.
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Date of stay: September 2021
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Rooftop_Beach wrote a review Sep 2021
London, United Kingdom749 contributions288 helpful votes
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We stayed here during 1st - 2nd September, room #3. Room was specious and tidy. Bathroom was clean and modern (Doesn't look old like hotel photos). All staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was really nice. Good location close to the beach and within walking distance to town and harbour. Free car park nearby with 10 £ deposit. I had a bad sleep because my room was on street side. Noisy people and cars until 2am. Please ask for the room at the back if you are light sleep. I am sure they are more than happy to help as they are very helpful.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Michael G wrote a review Aug 2021
Benfleet, United Kingdom16 contributions28 helpful votes
Stayed here for 3 nights in August we thought it was very pleasant for the money paid, good size room, lovely shower, Sky tv, tea and coffee facilities. The rooms are up several flights of stairs so not good for all. Breakfast was excellent, very close to beach and shops, free parking within a 5 minute walk. Would return if in Weymouth again.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Col wrote a review Aug 2021
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I didn't feel like paul has any interest in the hotel side of the business and is more interested in the pub side, which beggars belief as the pub is empty most nights. It came across like he isn't going to be your buddy unless you spend money in his pub. If you threw a sack over 3 planks of wood this is what the bed felt like. There was a sofa half way up the stairs that me and my gf considered taking up to sleep on. I think the room had it's original victorian windows from 1887 complete with lead pulleys. Which needs a strong man from the circus to open. The breakfast was so fatty good job I had 5 flights of stairs to get to my room to burn some calories. I can see why the train station is so close to the hotel as its the first place you'd run to when you leave. There's a sex shop outside and when I handed the £300 to Paul for the room I felt like I been shafted with every toy in there. But I can't complain the complimentary biscuits was nice.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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kim19871987 wrote a review Aug 2021
23 contributions7 helpful votes
First off we picked this hotel purely for the price, good reviews and location to the train station. On arrival we checked in and the male owner helped us with our luggage to the room. It was on level one apparently which was up 5 flights of stairs. The window was a danger for my little one, he said it locked but not from what we could see, so we just kept it shut while we was In the room. The room was clean, there was sky TV which was nice and free WiFi. Also the hot drinks section and biscuits looked nicely set up, they gave me a mini fridge to store the milk and a travel cot. Night time was quiet can't complain there, however the beds was hard as nails. The 3 nights was horrible all of us hardly had any sleep due to not being able to get comfy the single was even harder. We did ask for extra pillows the next day as we was thinking we could use them to try to make the beds more comfy. We asked the male owner who didn't seem to happy about getting them for us, he wanted us to ask the cleaners but they wasn't around. I must say I'd of much rather them spent money on some decent mattresses than some fancy shower room. Breakfast was a balls up, miscommunication lead to us nearly missing it. I asked if me and my partner could come down after each other due to my 1 year old as he has his own breakfast anyway and it was just easier, which seemed fine when mentioned at check in. We was booked in for 9.30 but he changed it for 9.15 I thought to give us more time so we could come down after each other. But when my partner went down the next morning he found out that breakfast was only served until 9.30 even with staggered times end of, so basically we all need to come down within 5 minutes. So I went down and I asked the lady owner if I could at least have the make yourself cereal in front of me after my partner finishes but that was a no, with a follow up from the chef coming out to also tell me serving stops at 9.30 to confirm just incase I didn't hear properly. It made no sense as people was still in there eating up until 9.50. The woman was more concerned about my partner coming down sitting on a table that hadn't been cleaned as apparently we was meant to know there was another room with a table set up for us. She was also questioning why we didn't want my son down here. It seemed a massive deal to her and having a dig to why my son wakes up between 9 to 9.30 apperntly thats late for a 1 year old. It really was non of her business we are on holiday for god sake. So feeling like no choice I dragged my son down in his night clothes half way through his bottle just to have breakfast. But I wish we didn't bother as the full English breakfast wasn't the best way to greasy. The next day just me and my daughter went down but didn't have the full English, the breakfast selections are quiet basic. Last morning we dodged the breakfast. I guess we was expecting more of a warm friendly welcome which is what you expect when you come on holiday. But sadly both owners would be happy to not even spoke to us in passing, the tones and shortness in their voices when speaking to them makes them quiet unapproachable. I didn't see either of them smile once. We never got asked once if we was enjoying our stay by either of them even as I handed in the keys. We didn't ask for much, I mean we put up with 3 nights on hard beds with minimal sleep yet didn't complain, plus we knew moving rooms wouldn't be an option in the summer holidays. I know a lot of people have enjoyed staying here from the reviews and that's great for them, but as the saying goes you can't please everyone. We'd never return and I'm sure the owners will be glad to hear that.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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US$109 - US$117 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United KingdomEnglandDorsetWeymouth
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Clifton Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to The Clifton Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Gladstones Family Jewellers (0.4 km), Weymouth Beach (0.2 km), and RSPB Weymouth Wetlands at Radipole Lake Nature Reserve (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Clifton Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at The Clifton Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, a lounge, and complimentary tea during their stay.
Is parking available at The Clifton Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Clifton Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Nicetta, The HiVe Cafe, and Seabeats.
Is The Clifton Hotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 km away from the centre of Weymouth.
Are there any historical sites close to The Clifton Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Nothe Fort (1.1 km), The Tudor House (1.0 km), and Verne High Angle Battery (6.4 km).