Offering sweeping views across the Dorset Coastline, this special self catering suite occupies the 'ships turret' giving it one of the most unique perspectives of all the Crabbers' Wharf suites. This birds eye view takes in views over Portland, Portland Castle, harbour and the Jurassic Coastline. All of that and unrivalled views of sunset over the Dorset Coast. This unique suite is perfect for a family holiday adventure being ideally located for access to water sports, the nearby popular seasode resort of Weymouth and other local attractions. Adventures start with My Lady (the Weymouth to Portland Ferry) that docks at Crabbers' Wharf, this fun way to travel means you can beat the traffic and arrive right in the centre of Weymouth Old Harbour. From here you can sample all seaside treats: fish and chips, ice cream, sandy toes and beach strolls. The historical seafront provides a lovely back drop to the beach and town, where you can find both high street and independent shops. If you prefer to drive, just a short journey away are the spectacular sites of Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove and West Bay. Don't forget, Guests staying in the The Officer's Suite can enjoy concessionary rates for entry to the D-Day Museum in Castletown
Accommodation: Steps up to the first floor and entrance. Lounge. Bedroom 1, kingside double bed, ensuite shower room with hand basin and toilet. Bedroom 2, kingsize double bed, ensuite shower room with hand basin and toilet. Bedroom 3, kingsize double bed, ensuite shower room with hand basin. Spiral staircase leading up to kitchen/diner.
Additional Services: WiFi. Electric Central heating. Fridge with ice box. Flat Screen TV. Communal laundry facilities. Bed linen and towels inclusive, please state requirements when booking. Cot and high chair available. However, as these are not held at each property please detail on your booking notes if you require these. Off road tandem parking for two vehicles.
Please note this area is part of an ongoing regeneration project and there may be some further building development work at this location.
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