The Bedford offers comfortable and relaxed surroundings in which to enjoy your break.

The Bedford Guest House is situated on the historic Georgian seafront of Weymouth, just across the road from the beautiful, soft sandy beach with the historic 17th century harbour to the rear.

We are Ideally situated for the visitor to explore all the many attractions Weymouth has to offer, as well as the rest of the spectacular World Heritage Jurassic coastline.



The Bedford  has nine rooms (seven double and two single) spread over three floors.

Please note, we do not accept children under the age of twelve or pets.




Breakfast is included in the room rate.

Our freshly cooked full English breakfast is served in our basement dining room with separate dining tables. Breakfast is cooked to order and served from 8.15am to 9am at high season and from 8.30am to 9am at other times.

•Orange juice •Choice of cereals •Yoghurt •Strawberries •Grapefruit segments.


Sausages •Bacon •Hash brown •Fried or scrambled egg •Baked beans •Mushrooms •Tinned tomatoes •Tea or coffee •Toast.


Please let us know in advance if you prefer a vegitarian breakfast.


We have eight en-suite guest rooms over three floors, all our rooms have sea or harbour views apart from Room Two.

All rooms have central heating, tea and coffee facilities, TV and Wi-Fi, complementary toiletries, towels are provided.

Complimentary bottle of water, biscuit and chocolate on arrival.

You have you own keys and unlimited access to your room.


Free Parking Permits: We are allocated a limited amount of free parking permits for the "F Zone" which are given on a first come first served basis.

These must be returned to us on departure.

Pre Paid Car Parking

Guest can purchase these from us at a discounted rate.

Paying on the Meter

£8 for 24 hours parking.

Parking is free from 6pm to 8am.

The Pavilion Car Park is about three minutes walk away.



Chesil Beach
Chesil Beach
View over the Dorset country side toward
View over the Dorset country side toward
Wiew across Weymouth Harbour
Wiew across Weymouth Harbour


Weymouth Beach


Weymouth Beach is a gently curving arc of golden sand adjacent to The Esplanade of Weymouth and beside Weymouth Bay.

The beach has golden sand and is very wide and gently slopes down to the safe, shallow waters that are ideal for bathing.


During the summer season the beach has a range of traditional activities including donkey rides, Punch and Judy shows and trampolines.

Weymouth Harbour

Weymouth Harbour is a traditional harbour and is home to working fishing boats, pleasure boats and a marina.

Wether you want to sit and enjoy a beer or eat fish n chips by the waters edge there are numerous cafe's, bars and restaurants around.

The harbour also has a historic lifting bridge to allow boats into the inner harbour and Weymouth Marina.

Nothe Fort

Nothe Fort built between 1860 and 1872  by the victorians.

It is now home to a museum containing numerous displays and exhibits telling the story of it's history and facts about Weymouth and it's harbour.

From the ramparts there are stunning views of Weymouth Harbour and  Jurassic Coast.


Portland is a short drive from Weymouth.


Chesil beach, big , coast walks, loving rugged coast of Portland rock

onto Portland Bill,

impressive light house

cafe next to the Lighthouse.

pay display carpark



Glorious Guesthouse

Immediately greeted by two extremely warm and welcoming hosts, who made the stay hastle free. The guesthouse was very clean, the room was lovely with a set of teas, a biscotti and a chocolate to greet - just a nice little touch. Slept soundly on a comfy bed for 3 nights. A hearty full English at the morning set a good tone for the day ahead, with fruit options and other continental choices. The location is only a moments stroll to a brilliant stretch of golden beach front, 4 or 5 minutes to the Jurassic Coast Tower where I took the image in my review from (get a free ticket for it if you go to Weymouth Sea Life Centre). The harbour is also a few minutes casual walk which is very picturesque and both beach front and harbour have some nice bars for anyone who would like a bevvy. The weekend we were there a pirate festival took place and we were able to listen to shanties surrounded by pirates as we enjoyed a pint and glass of wine. Overall a excellent stay, brilliant hosts and in a perfect location.

Joshua B - 26th August 2018