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All reviewssharon steveharbour viewstone's throw from the beachguest houseparking permitweymouth bayold harboursea frontfamily roomwonderful staytop floorfull english breakfastlittle gemlovely roomwould stay againnothing is too much troublepubs
Stayed here last weekend, I've got to say what a beautiful place this is, the host Sharon was so welcoming and couldn't do enough for us, the views were stunning as well, we've already booked to come back here next year, this is one place...More
Fab stay as always at The Lantana. Nothing is too much trouble and Sharon is lovely and welcoming. We always stay in the family room which is big and spacious and well equipped, also fantastic views over Weymouth Bay. Best place we've stayed in Weymouth...More
Wonderful stay as always at Lantana guesthouse. Sharon makes you feel very welcome, We stayed in family room 5 overlooking the sea which is a lovely room, have also stayed in harbour room which is just as pretty , with Amazing views,breakfast very good, the...More
Had a great 2 night unplanned stay at the Lantana Guest House arrived without a booking my wife and myself were welcomed by Sharon room was ready to move into right away clean and tidy would stay again if in the area. Breakfast was plentiful...More
What another fantastic visit to the Lantana. Sharon is a great host and made us feel very welcome. Felt like we had never been away. Our room as usual was superb. Fantastic views over Weymouth seafront and all the way to Bowleaze Cove. Breakfast was...More
Response from Terance C | Reviewed this property |
Single room faces the esplanade, you may ask for harbour side rooms if they are not busy. Check with Sharon, she is very accommodating provided your request is reasonable. Apology for this very late response.
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"Front facing the esplanade/sea and back facing the old harbour."