By Train

We are approximately 2 minutes walk from Weymouth Railway Station. Turn left on King Street and in front of you, at the top of the road will be the Jubilee Clock. There is a pedestrian road crossing at the traffic lights allowing you to walk past Domino Pizza, and The King Edward, both on the right hand side of the road, up to the Clock. The Mayfair is the first Guest House, on the right hand side, as you turn the corner, distinguished by two blue window canopies..

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By Coach

National Express, and most other coach operators drop off on The Esplanade. From this point the Jubilee Clock is easily visible, and just a few minutes level walk. There is a pedestrian crossing near The Clock, and The Mayfair is the last Guest House on the left hand side, distinguished by two blue window canopies.

By Car

By car, you will be directed along the A354 towards the Sea Front. Radipole Lake will be on your left hand side. Take the filter lane left which will take you over the bridge. The Swannery, long stay car park will be on your left hand side. At the traffic lights, go straight ahead, up King Street, the Railway Station will be on your left. The Jubilee Clock will be seen at the top of the road, and The Mayfair is on the right hand side, just opposite The Clock. For unloading luggage, the easiest place to stop is Gloucester Mews, which is the last turning on the right hand side, before you reach The Clock. There is a restaurant on the corner called King Edward. It may be possible to obtain free parking on the street for the first hour, subject to availability, if not, there is a short stay car park called Royal Yard, just along this road on the right hand side. The Mayfair is two minutes walk from here, just on the Sea Front. We have a number of parking permits available, free of charge, please ask when booking. Currently, all Council owned car parks are free overnight from 6pm until 8am. 

The nearest Car park is the Royal Yard Car Park behind us, that has 30 spaces, and charges £ 6 per day and is free from 6pm to 8am. You can also pay on line with the app www.justpark.com

The Swannery, further away, but close enough is £ 10 per day from April 1 to October 31, and is £ 6 per day in winter. It is also free from 6pm to 8am.