Located in one of the most desirable places to stay within the Brewers Quay area of Weymouth, Georges House is a converted property within Kellaway Court.
Access to the property is via external steps from the gated courtyard in Kellaway Court, you enter the property on the first floor walking into the open plan living area.
Also, on this floor is a bedroom, there are a further 3 bedrooms upstairs.
George’s House is a complete conversion of one of the old malthouses which used to belong to Devenish Brewery.
Retaining most of the old malthouse features architect has sympathetically matched up ancient with modern.
A private electronic entrance gate affords exclusivity for the whole development which has been tastefully completed and very well presented.
With it close proximity to the harbour you will experience the numerous attractions and relaxed vibe which the Brewers Quay has to offer.
With a choice of the many bistros, cafes and local inns you can enjoy a meal at or refreshing drink at any time of the day or evening.
Take a walk along the harbour and admire the flotilla of fishing boats and luxury yachts moored along the harbour along with the affluent gin palaces.
The old cottages which front the harbour are painted in soft colours, all of which blend into the morning sunshine and the evening sunset.
Start your day as you end it with a morning stroll along the seafront or harbour.
The central and secure location makes Georges House the perfect base for your family holiday.
Four bedrooms: 1st floor 1 x single with single 2’6” pull out bed. 2nd floor – 1 x king-size with en-suite with shower, basin and WC), 1 x super king-size (can be made as twin), 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, with hand-held shower, separate shower, basin and WC. Cloakroom with basin and WC on first floor. Open plan living area, dining area and sitting area. Internal patio. Small balcony at front of property.
About the location
BREWERS QUAY HARBOUR
Brewers Quay is the old Victorian brewery situated at the heart of the harbour, in Weymouth, Dorset. Much of the grade II listed complex and surrounding brewery buildings date from the late 1800 early 1900’s and many have stones inlaid commemorating their construction year. This area is now a popular destination with many restaurant’s café and bars making it a vibrant area where you can relax with a drink and watch the world go by. Tucked in the harbourside streets here you will find original Tudor harbour buildings estimated to have built 1600 and well worth a visit, with a very interesting history to share. You will also find the Weymouth Museum, with some incredible facts and artefacts, there is more to this seaside town than meets the eye. The harbour is home to the lifting bridge where you can watch the luxury yachts head out to sea, and then walk over the bridge into the town with it’s winding streets of boutique shops and onto the seafront Esplanade and beach. Brewers Quay is a much loved location in Weymouth.
Note: Allocated parking for one car only in electronically gated secure residents parking area. Note. Guests are required to bring their own cot linen.