Crab House Café
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Nothing beats this local fish restaurant! Very popular so you’ll need to book in advance!
This restaurant is just across the causeway, before you reach Portland. It won 'Restaurant of the Year' in 2019 and has its own oyster beds. Well worth a visit!
A rustic seaside hut with tables standing on sand belies a menu of upscale fresh seafood dishes.
This is a hidden gem if you like fresh seafood cooked well!! Lovely outlook and very relaxed vibe - One of Weymouth's great fish restaurants!!
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“Unusual cabin style cafe, specialising in seafood overlooking the sea. Same owners as the world class Crab House Cafe restaurant. Seafood specialties. ”
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“A small friendly place with good food - great for relaxing with a glass of something and admire the Seaview.”
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“Houses many interesting artefacts about the history and culture of the Island and Royal Manor of Portland. Tells the story of the local industry, the sea, the prisons and the people.”
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“Cream teas, cakes, ice creams, seafood, lunches all topped off with a fab view of The Fleet and Portland”
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“Also another tourist attraction. Sandsfoot Castle, also known historically as Weymouth Castle, is an artillery fort constructed by Henry VIII near Weymouth, Dorset. It formed part of the King's Device programme to protect against invasion from France and the Holy Roman Empire, and defended the Weymouth Bay anchorage. The stone castle had an octagonal gun platform, linked to a residential blockhouse, and was completed by 1542 at a cost of £3,887. Earthwork defences were built around the landward side of the castle, probably in 1623. Sandsfoot saw service during the English Civil War, when it was held by Parliament and Royalists in turn during the conflict. It survived the interregnum but, following Charles II's restoration to the throne, the fortress was withdrawn from military use in 1665”
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