- Very Good
- 13 guest reviews
"Very convenient for many Dorset attractions. Excellent breakfast, Initial thoughts were that Spa bath in room was a bit odd, but warmed to t..."
"Our return to The Lugger was anything but 'routine' this time, as we had the misfortune to be taken ill on this visit - but staff at The Lug..."
"My Father booked this room for us and although it was very pricey, I expected that because it was bank holiday and Weymouth was full. The St..."
"Happy with this place, would use again. A bit far from town, but easy reach by Taxi..."
"Made a late booking at the lugger inn, im so pleased that we got a room the cleanliness was second to none, the food was great good menu wis..."
About the hotel
The bar houses five hand pumps serving local and guest real ales and cider, a full range of lagers, sprits and comprehensive white wine list from around the world. The pub is themed in a traditional style, with many artifacts and pictures of local fishing scenes. The pub is open from 8.
00am with food served all day starting with breakfast, morning coffees, lunches, afternoon teas and bar meals served all day till 9. 30pm. The Lugger Inn is situated just outside of Weymouth. For information on some of the surrounding towns please vist the resort–guide website or Jurassic–experience. Information on the village of Chickerell can be found at the village website. Dorset's spectacular coastline makes up part of England's first natural world Heritage site, the Jurassic coast line. Chickerell was originally a fishing village with connections to the Fleet and Moonfleet, famous for its little church where Blackbeard supposedly buried his treasures. Nearby Weymouth is a busy summer holiday resort catering for all types of visitors. Further on can be found the Isle of Portland famous for its stone (once used to build St Paul's Cathedral among many of the other famous buildings throughout the country). To the west there are many picturesque villages the prettiest of which is probably Abbotsbury with its swanery, Tythe Barn and sub tropical gardens. The towns Chesil Beach runs from Portland 18 miles west along the coast towards Bridport. Access between Portland and Abbotsbury can only be gained by crossing the Fleet (a stretch of tidal water home to many types of birds and sea life).
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- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant, Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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85% would recommend it to a friend
Small double room, en suite cramped, shower hit and miss whether hot water available, bed ok.
Very convenient for many Dorset attractions.
Excellent breakfast, Initial thoughts were that Spa bath in room was a bit odd, but warmed to the idea later!