A warm welcome awaits you at the Mon Ami which is a large Georgian
building situated on the sea front. Just a five minute walk from the town
centre with its beautiful views of Weymouth Bay. The adjacent pedestrian
crossing gives easy access to the beach and promenade. We are also a ten minute
walk from the train station.
Accommodation offered can be room only or bed & breakfast. All
rooms are en-suite with shower and toilet, colour TV and tea/coffee facilities.
Double, twin, triple and single rooms are available with lifts to all
floors. We also have some ground floor rooms and a residents bar.
As we are located in a prime position on the promenade, parking in
the local area can be quite difficult and expensive. This is not a worry for our guests as we can
provide free of charge parking for the duration of your stay.
The Hotel is a five minute walk to the Greenhill gardens which is
very popular with all visitors to Weymouth and further along there is the
Lodmoor nature reserve, an ideal place for a bird watching.
We do not except same
sex group bookings for stag and hen parties. WiFi is available in public areas only.
We look to welcoming to our hotel and hope you will find it the
perfect base for exploring all that Weymouth has to offer.
Hotel Mon Ami is located right by the seaside. Most of our rooms
overlook Weymouth Beach, very wide and gently sloping, with golden sand and
shallow waters normally with small waves. In addition to
bathing, the expansive beach is used for beach motocross and volleyball.The beach has the traditional attractions of an English seaside
resort, including (during the summer season) donkey rides, Punch and Judy, sand
sculptures, trampolines and a small funfair for children.
The Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Siteon the English Channel coast of southern England.The site spans 185 million years of geological history,
exposed an almost continuous sequence of rock formation covering the Triassic,
Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. At different times, this area has been desert,
shallow tropical sea and marsh, and the fossilised remains
of the various creatures that lived here have been preserved in the rocks.
Harbour is a small but busy port and as one of the most attractive in Europe it
welcomes thousands of transits each year.Weymouth
boasts one of the shortest passages across the channel and there is no better
way to experience the wonders of the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline than by