Kellaway Court is one of the most sought after places to stay within the Brewers Quay area. It is a complete conversion of one of the old malthouses which used to belong to Devenish Brewery. Most of the old malthouse features have been retained with the Architect cleverly marrying up ancient with modern. Private electronic entrance gates afford exclusivity and the whole development has been tastefully completed and very well presented. The Brewers Quay area is fast becoming one of the most sought after upmarket locations in Weymouth. Being close to the harbour you may experience the many attractions which the Brewers Quay has to offer. The whole area has a continental flavour and relaxed atmosphere. In the evening you can enjoy a succulent meal at one of the many attractive bistros, the local inns offer good ale and cool wine. The romantic harbour has a special magic of its own - morning madness and evening romance. Colourful vessels adorn 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. A morning stroll along the Georgian seafront gives you a view which should set you up for the day.
Accommodation: Large open plan lounge/diner/kitchen. Enclosed rear patio. Ground floor: Bedroom 1, single with single 2'6" pull out bed. Cloakroom hand basin and toilet. 1st floor: Bedroom 2, kingsize double bed ensuite shower, hand basin and toilet. Bedroom 3, twin single beds or a super kingsize double. Bedroom 4, single bed. Bathroom bath with rinse attachment over, seperate shower, hand basin and toilet. Small balcony to the front of the property.
Services in addition to standard equipment: Gas central heating. Fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher. Video. Off road parking for one car only in electronically gated secure residents parking area. Bed linen inclusive, please state requirements when booking.
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