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17 The Esplanade, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 8DT

Our Location

Bayliss Hall is situated on the magnificent Georgian seafront of Weymouth, just a 2 minute walk from our beautiful award-winning sandy beach, with the historic 17th century harbour even closer to the rear. Weymouth town centre is on our door-step too.

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The Beach

Weymouth’s sheltered bay, gradual sloping seabed and exquisite waters offer swimmers, bathers and water sports enthusiasts idyllic and safe conditions to suit every taste. The internationally recognised beach is a frequent host to festivals, sporting championships and a wide range of events for all to enjoy. It's an ideal destination for everyone.

Weymouth Beach has had many annual accolades for its management, cleanliness, information provision and safety for over 20 years including Blue Flag, Seaside Awards and Quality Coast Awards. In addition it has consistently been recognised as one of the top beaches in the UK by the Marine Conservation Society Good Beach Guide and TripAdvisor.

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Bayliss Hall

is conveniently located between

Weymouth beach and Weymouth harbour

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The Harbour

The harbour forms the mouth of the River Wey as it enters the sea. The original Roman port at Radipole to the north was lost to silting (forming Radipole Lake), and the current harbour further downstream, lying between Weymouth Old Town and Melcombe Regis, started to develop in the 12th and 13th centuries.

 

Weymouth Harbour empties into the much larger Portland Harbour to the south and east, which is home to the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy, where the sailing events of the 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games were held.

Weymouth Harbour has included cross-channel ferries, and is now home to pleasure boats and private yachts. Immediately to the north at the harbour entrance is Weymouth Pier, separating the harbour from Weymouth Beach and Weymouth BayWeymouth Pavilion can be found here. Stone Pier is located on the south side of the harbour entrance.

The harbour includes a lifting bridge to allow boats into the inner harbour of Weymouth Marina, and when it's raised it makes a great photo opportunity.

Weymouth Town Centre

Weymouth is a fantastic traditional seaside town that offers something for everyone, with easy pedestrianised access & plenty of parking.

There is a wide range of shops & businesses with high profile nationwide stores as well as many independent family-run shops offering brilliant quality & service.

Shopping is made easier for people with disabilities, and there is allocated parking right in the middle of the town centre near the shops with very good level access.