Moonfleet Manor

Weymouth, Dorset


Standard room


Standard room

An upscale stay at a grandiose manor house on West Dorset’s unique Chesil Beach - with breakfast and dinner

Perched overlooking picturesque Chesil Beach, this Dorset hideaway marks the very spot that inspired John Meade Falkner’s classic 1898 novel, Moonfleet. Having enjoyed a fair few design revamps centuries later, Moonfleet Manor now serves as a characterful and charming hideaway on England's beautiful coast.

For those who enjoy out-and-out luxury by way of fancy interiors, Farrow & Ball painted walls, and a blissful spa, this gem just seven miles from Weymouth delivers. There’s a British and Mediterranean-themed AA Rosette restaurant, bowling lanes, outdoor tennis courts, and an oversized indoor play zone with table tennis, air hockey, trampolines, a football pitch and more.

Most fabulous though, is the setting overlooking Chesil Beach - the natural wonder made from 180 billion pebbles that stretches for 18 miles along the Dorset Coast. In such picturesque surrounds, there’s really no excuse not to wrap up warm for windswept walks, donkey rides on the beach and picnics by Fleet Lagoon before retreating to the hotel to relax in the comfort of your lovely room. This property was awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.

Excellent for
Beach Relaxing Scenery UK and Ireland Country


  • Staying in a 17th-century pile with a grand Georgian feel
  • Imaginative Mediterranean-style cuisine at the AA Rosette-awarded restaurant
  • Fossil hunting at the nearby UNESCO-listed Jurassic Coast

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