Stay in the vibrant town of Weymouth and surrounding picturesque countryside.
BhP is available to Individuals, small and large groups. They’re all ready if you want a peaceful break or an active one.
BhP is a large Georgian building in Weymouth close to the beach with the choice of Self-Catering units and Room only basis.
BhP is located in the heart of the Jurassic Coast!
Keep an eye out for ancient fossils on the South West Coast path!
Is it the gorgeous Georgian building? Is it the superb location? Perhaps you should be the judge.
Along the banks of the River Wey and the long sandy Blue flag beach, Weymouth is elegant yet playful, as you’d expect from a Georgian seaside town. BhP is right in its heart. From here you can enjoy all the traditional seaside fun or you could also choose more energetic pursuits along the Jurassic Coast; or more marine activities such as deep sea fishing, diving in the bay, climbing the nearby cliffs, or sailing – just like the Olympians of 2012 did.
Colin & Jane have been running the business since 2010
"Our aim is to make your stay as comfortable as possible and to give a positive experience for all. We are no-frills and class ourselves as Budget accommodation, yes our rooms are smaller than the large hotel chains, but we do reflect this in our prices"
In order to do this and to keep the cost of the units down, without losing the standards of cleanliness and comfort they do not have a Front desk. The establishment is self-admission - All the door locks are operated by electronic key codes, (Main front door and your rooms). This means you are no longer restricted to times of arrival, having to queue to get your keys etc".
47 Walpole Street
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See Q&A first before telephoning
Tel: 01305 570848 Allow up to 24 hours to get back to you if you leave a message
Emergency Telephone number on Front door
and the reception door
BhP - Bunkhouse Plus
Post Code DT4 7HQ – 47 Walpole Street, Weymouth
DRIVING OR WALKING FROM BUS STOP - SEAFRONT. 5 minutes by vehicle - 15 to 20 minutes on foot.
Directions: From any direction into the town find the seafront
The most prominent feature on the sea front is the Jubilee clock. Head North and go pass the clock and you will come to St Johns church with a statue of Queen Victoria to the front of the church. Adjacent to the statue is William Street, turn into William street and you will immediately come to a cross road with the Waterloo pub opposite, travel straight across the junction still in William Street and the road will then bear to the left into Walpole Street (one-way street). Bunkhouse Plus is on the left.
WALKING FROM TRAIN STATION - 10 minutes on foot
Turn left from front of station into Ranelagh Road. Follow road to Walpole Street on the right. Follow Walpole Street to the end, the building is on the Right-hand side.