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Portland Bill

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Janice
Janice
January 8, 2020
Definitely worth a trip out to the end of southern England! Beautiful whatever the weather, spectacular when it is blowing a gale and glorious when the sun is shining. Take a picnic or enjoy a delicious crab sandwich at the Lobster Pot.
Chester
Chester
August 20, 2019
Portland, most would admit, is a bit like marmite, you either love it or hate it, it is one big stone quarry supplying jutting out into the English Channel. But it has a rich history, many of London's landmark buildings (including St Pauls Cathedral) are made from stone quarried from Portland,…
Sue
Sue
February 1, 2019
You cannot stay on Portland without visiting Portland Bill, you can walk or drive. If you enjoy walking, head for Westcliff to walk to the Bill and take in the panoramic view of the Dorset coastline on the way. At the bill is the Lighthouse and visitor centre, Pulpit Rock, the Bird Observatory in…
Hazel
Hazel
June 8, 2018
Iconic lighthouse at the very far end of Portland.
Christine
Christine
February 28, 2018
This famous light house situated right at the top of Portland the scenery around it is stunning and the visitors canter gives a good insight into the history of the light house

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“Local fort in Weymouth, surrounded by stunning coastal views across Weymouth and Portland. ”
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“Overlooking Portland Harbour in Dorset stands one of Henry VIII’s finest coastal forts, built in the early 1540s to protect against French and Spanish invasion. Today it provides a great day out for visitors and its audio tour, included in the admission price, tells of the castle’s 450-year history and the part it played in the First and Second World Wars. Afterwards take a stroll along the marina where you will find the Mess Deck Cafe or Boat that Rocks Restaurant. ”
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Restaurant
“Pleasant tea room and restaurant at Portland Bill with great views across the sea. Famous for local crab sandwiches and crab salad. Good food, cakes, ice cream, gift shop. Fully licensed. Outdoor seating. ”
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