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Crabbers' Wharf features lake views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Portland, 1312 feet from Portland Castle. Everything top class great views very comfortable good size could had 3 more people in it friendly staff everything we needed .
Close to Easton village, Portland Lodge offers good breakfasts and free Wi-Fi, at the heart of the Jurassic coast. There is free off-road parking for cars and trailers. Portland is an amazing island the views are spectacular. the Lodge is almost at the highest point on Portland
2625 feet from Portland Museum, Thirtyfive B&B is located in Portland. The property is located 0.6 mi from Rufus Castle and 1.6 mi from Portland Castle. Portland Bill Lighthouse is 1.9 mi away. The location is central Portland with a 50 min walk down to Portland bill lighthouse and 20 min walks to the coast, ie, Durdle pier. The bed was very comfortable. The breakfast was incredible!! A sweet little basket with fresh fruit, Fred pastries, compote & yogurt, OJ and coffee. All scrumptious.
Located in Portland, 2297 feet from Portland Castle and 2.4 mi from Portland Museum, Olympic Village Home provides accommodations with free WiFi and a garden with a barbecue and garden views. The house is large, bedroom size is generous and the facilities are all very good. Location is central for all Weymouth and Portland activities and is also good for a bit more further out into Dorset or Hampshire or Devon if desired.
Set within 1.1 mi of Portland Castle and 1.9 mi of Portland Museum in Portland, Seventyseven offers accommodations with free WiFi and TV. Our hosts could not have been more helpful, giving us lots of tips and information about the area. Clean, bright and comfortable room. Tasty breakfast. Just great!
Portland Marina View Penthouse Apartment offers accommodations in Portland. The property is 8 minutes' walk from Portland Harbor and Chesil Beach. Free private parking and free WiFi is provided. Wonderful two-bedroom flat with glorious sea views from the huge balcony and windows. Spacious bedrooms and bathrooms, wifi, parking. Well-appointed new kitchen with everything you might need if you want to eat at home. Quiet and peaceful. Very helpful hostess, great communication.
Portland is a hidden gem. Some of it is quite industrial/military but there are little coves, majestic cliffs and a multitude of walking tracks. Of especial interest are the sculptures in Tout Quarry (no charge) and the neighbouring nature reserve. Well worth a visit and excellent for exploring with children (they will need some supervision!)
The room depicted on the site was totally different to the one we were offered. The pub was closed for the winter. The whole place was dirty. The young girl who showed us to our room apologised and said she would help us get a refund as it was not as we had been led to believe. Nothing has been forthcoming unfortunately. I have been told to contact the management team but no one answers the phone or replies to emails. A disgrace!
A very Quirky part of the uk which I have always wanted to visit, lots of interesting places and things to do. Found a couple of great pubs nearby to Castletown, The Cove house Inn had fantastic views and great food, spot on staff too. The Little ship also had a great selection of beers and was a great little pub.
Lovely 😊 walks with great views. Parking can be difficult when it’s really busy. Some quirky places to eat & have coffee like Vintage No7 in Easten and Jailhouse Cafe at the Verne, not only is the food good but the views are to die for. Quiddles on Chesil Beach does fab breakfasts and there’s plenty of takeaways on the Island as well. Portland Bill & Churchope cove are great for Coasting, diving and swimming and rock climbing but listen and watch the locals as they know when it’s safest to do these. Visit Portland Castle & the DDay museum.
A quiet and friendly place which doesn't change much over the years. There is some great food to be had with Portland also an ideal base to go exploring along the Jurassic Coast. For any short break needed to just unwind and/or de-stress the place was idea. Portland is certainly not the noisiest place but it does have a charm that has brought us back again-and-again over many years, with and then without our children (who now bring their own children to the area).
The problem is that I was there not long enough to explore and experience the place. But by all means it is an interesting place to visit. Chiswell beach - the longest and most unique one, made of fairly big pebbles, looking like man made but locals swear it's made by the sea and according to some legends over single, very stormy night. A well known lighthouse - Portland Bill and fallen rocks at the shore, the high cliffs. The Jurassica, a castle, architecture, communities. All is worth your time. If none of this is your cup, you can fish from the beach and have nice local beer after.
Everything top class great views very comfortable good size could had 3 more people in it friendly staff everything we needed .
Portland is an amazing island the views are spectacular. the Lodge is almost at the highest point on Portland
Good place for the weekend Nice restaurant with view to the sea
Great place , lovely service ,definitely come back next time 👍
An overall enjoyable break, clean, tidy and very relaxing
Breakfast selections were outstanding. W