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Price and Availability Index in Weymouth
Holiday Letting Price Information in Weymouth
We summarised price information data in the above graph to give you more insights into prices in Weymouth. The most expensive week to book a holiday letting in Weymouth is in August (03/08 - 10/08). The cheapest week to book a holiday rental is in January (18/01 - 25/01).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Weymouth
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Weymouth. The week with the least available rentals is in July (27/07 - 03/08), with only 37% of the rentals available. People tend to travel to Weymouth least during a week in October (12/10 - 19/10) when only 16% of the rentals are booked.
The Weather in Weymouth
This is the climate diagram for Weymouth. July is the warmest month of the year in Weymouth, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 22°. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Find your perfect holiday cottage in Weymouth and unwind in this charming seaside town
Welcome to Weymouth, one of Dorset’s most beautiful seaside resort towns and a wonderful place to spend your holiday. This sunny and warm town is known around the country for its outstanding golden beaches, ancient coastline and unique seaside culture. See this wonderful place for yourself and find out what Weymouth has to offer.
We have a wide range of Weymouth cottages and other holiday homes available, so you can see this breathtaking place in your own time and at your own pace.
How to get to Weymouth
If you are travelling from other places in the United Kingdom by car, all major motorways diverge in Dorchester. From there it is a quick hop along the A354 motorway to Weymouth.
Weymouth is also served by Bournemouth’s international airport, from which there are many ways to get to your holiday letting. To travel with public transport from the airport, simply take the A1 bus into Bournemouth and then hop on a south-west train, which will take you directly into Weymouth. There are also taxis and coaches available to you at the airport if you want to opt for comfort and convenience. You also have the option of renting a car at the airport, then taking the A31 and then the A35 motorways directly into Weymouth.
Weather in Weymouth
Weymouth is renowned throughout the United Kingdom for having some of the longest sunshine hours in the country. With warm summers and mild winters, this incredibly mild spot is the perfect place to rent a holiday cottage. Here you can utilise the sunshine to your full advantage. Experience the outdoors by wandering along the gorgeous waterfront and city streets, relaxing on the golden beaches, and hiking the region’s many trails.
Discover Dorset’s amazing Jurassic coast by walking along or under its staggering cliffs, and rocky shores. This pristine place is made perfect by the sunshine and beautiful weather throughout the day. Come to Weymouth and choose from our many Weymouth holiday lettings, so you can enjoy days filled with sunshine.
Weymouth's top sights
Weymouth is known throughout the country for its fantastic beaches and sights. The city’s famed beach is an incredible place to spend a sunny day, with golden sand, warm waters, and a lovely café culture. With its close proximity to the inner city, Weymouth's beach is easy to reach if you rent one of the Weymouth holiday lettings in the town centre.
Be enthralled by one of the best-loved locations in Weymouth, the amazing Jurassic Skyline: a tower with an observation deck that allows a 360-degree view of Dorset’s incredible ancient coastline, which is also a UNESCO world heritage site.
If you are interested in more recent history, visit the city’s many castles and fortresses. Nothe Fort is an impressive Victorian military fortress built on the Weymouth Harbour. This well-preserved citadel is a fantastic sight for any lover of Dorset’s historical past, and for anybody who wishes to be amazed by dramatic Victorian architecture. Sandsfoot Castle is another military structure, although this much older fort was built in the early 17th century. This crumbling ruin has a certain air of incredible history and is a must-see historical landmark in this region.
Weymouth’s art and culture
Weymouth’s interesting culture and arts scene caters to all tastes; whether you love theatre or galleries, this city has you covered. Visit the town’s fantastic Weymouth Pavilion, the number one place to go for live entertainment and events. This grand place has a large concert hall which presents a variety of performance art, from opera to modern theatre. The building also contains a large ball room, known as the Ocean Room, which hosts a number of cultural events on a weekly basis.
Cultural events occur throughout the year here, including famed events such as the Weymouth Carnival and the Dorset Seafood Festival. If fine art is to your taste, Weymouth has a range of small art galleries like the Leighton Art Gallery and the Cove Gallery, which are both located close to the city centre. A Weymouth cottage or holiday letting is the perfect base for exploring this wonderful town which is rich in culture.
Weymouth attractions: sand, castles and sea
Three miles of golden sand lie right by Weymouth’s historic harbour and town centre. Offering traditional seaside attractions, such as puppet shows and trampolines, Weymouth Beach is perfect for families.
This quaint 17th-century harbour houses yachts, ferries and sailboats and offers charming cafes on Hope Square.
This Victorian military fort was an important base for navies from Britain and American in World War II. There is a museum, café and even a kid’s zone.
The only managed colony of nesting mute swans in the world is at Abbotsbury Swannery. Visit the romantic white birds in their natural habitat.
Sandworld Sculpture Park
Two thousand tons of Weymouth sand is sculpted into a variety of shapes by sand artists from all around the world. Exhibitions are held in the marquee, and visitors can have a go at making their own sculptures.
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