This airy and high ceiling room is on the first floor, and sports a bay window looking onto a complete Victorian road with houses made from the local Portland Stone. Easton Square is over to the left and the road outside leads to Portland Bill, the target for many visitors. Many remark that our vegetarian, non smoking house has a cosmopolitan feel, maybe because we are a house of many nations, rooted in a village yet with a world outlook. We hope to welcome you here some time soon.
Portland has given Portland Stone to the world, and is rich with local heritage. It lies at the centre of the Jurassic Coast featuring fossils on almost every beach. Portland is a post industrial land…
Nearest train station is in Weymouth, 7 miles away. From there one can take public bus (every ten minutes or so during the day) or taxi to Portland.