Our stay in room 4 was very good and Peter and Ole our hosts were friendly and helpful. Always approachable and willing to help. Good English breakfast where you could have small or a ‘big breakfast’ which was very nicely cooked and presented.
Short four day break with my wife. Met by the proprietor on arrival and handed the keys to room 6 and was informed the stairs were steep, that was a understatement. I am a fit person but found these stairs difficult and I know some of my elderly friends would not of managed them. The room was clean although small facing a noisy main road, the downstairs toilet/shower room smelt of damp probably due the carpet being wet, toilet seat was loose the latter comment have previously been mentioned on a review. English breakfast was good but no other choice, continental breakfast would of been preferred. The hosts were friendly..although the accommodation was dated.
Our hosts were very friendly and welcoming. Great advice regarding shops, where to park, what to expect at attractions such as Durdle Door, etc. We had a very good selection of breakfast items to choose from or full English, with Toast, preserves, OJ, tea and coffee. Top-ups offered of toast and drinks. Luckily for us we managed to park outside on the main road bays, both days and nights. Oliver’s also offer a free Parking permit for elsewhere, when those bays are full. The room was spacious, well decorated, warm and comfortable. Good sized tv, great shower and tea / coffee facilities. We were very happy with our staycation in Dorset, Peter and Olé were lovely hosts and we would not hesitate to book again. Thank you :))
I booked in at Oliver's Guest house in Weymouth, Dorset, for a few days to coincide with my birthday in December. Virus or no virus, nothing was going to stop me from getting to my place of birth every year. On locating the guest house l was mildly interested, but once inside my thoughts had changed, Peter was very friendly and so was Ole, and l was made to feel very welcome. A bottle of hand sanitizer was there to be used, it took the virus to find out just how welcoming this guest house actually was. Upstairs was bright and tidy, my room was much larger than l had expected, the room was en suite, 2 windows one being a Bay and views of Weymouth Bay could be seen. Although on the main road traffic was not a problem for sleeping, the double bed was very comfortable, more pillows than l have ever seen in a room. The WC consisted of shower, basin and the loo with a heated towel on the wall, very compact. Tv and sofa was also in the room and both were used. A small wardrobe for coats ect was very handy. A chest of drawers and on top a selection of tea and coffee and a kettle. In the morning, a choice of breakfast's all was wonderful and l had no complaints. A short walk to the beach and the town centre and a bit longer walk to get to the Nothe which is on the other side of the harbour, but a good walk, well worth the walk to visit the Fort on the Nothe, views of the harbour and the vessels, a fantastic view of both Weymouth Bay and Portland Bay, and if you like wildlife be sure to take some peanuts with you for the friendly squirrels. There is a lot to see and do in Weymouth, and l haven't even scratched the surface of what can be seen and done in Weymouth.…
We have just had a mini 4 day stay here. Pete and Ole are very welcoming hosts and nothing was too much trouble. The room was lovely and the breakfasts were excellent and cooked fresh while you wait. The room was cleaned every day and there was always plenty of tea and coffee in the room. We stopped here last year and we will be stopping here again as it is so friendly.