Stay in Weymouth & Portland with
Homestay & Venture Breaks
Are you looking for homely, flexible accommodation to go with your reason for visiting Weymouth & Portland?
Are you wanting to visit Weymouth & Portland to attend sporting or cultural events or learn English independently or as a youth group?
Are you considering enrolling in a High School programme at Weymouth College, or are you temporarily working within Weymouth & Portland?
Would you like to explore Weymouth, Portland and the Jurassic Coast… and combine it with a workshop to create your own design?
Whatever your preferred “Venture Break”, we can arrange Homestay accommodation for you. Our local hosts welcome people of all ages - alone, in pairs, or in groups, or in families. We make all the arrangements and match your needs with their offer.
Homestay & Venture Breaks can:
Provide 24/7 support throughout your stay.
Immediately put you in the heart of our Dorset community and give you unique access to local knowledge.
Arrange activity programmes for your visits. All our programmes are bespoke and meet the need of each customer.
Homestay is an ideal solution for visitors who are:
Looking for a bespoke, 'live the culture' accommodation experience
Interested in participating in local opportunities like sailing, walking, and arts
Attending local events and festivals
Looking to improve their English
Engaging in a Language Travel Holiday
Following an educational programme at Weymouth College
"They’re really friendly. They offered me delicious food and the best environment. | It was perfect! I love them."
"My host family is so kind and respect us, the house is clean and comfortable."
"Good, they cook for me everyday and it wasn’t a problem for them that I am coeliac."
"They were extremely nice and welcoming, they let us talk a lot and made us feel very comfortable."
"The host is very nice and welcoming. The family is very kind, we were comfortable almost immediately."
"I really enjoyed it. It was very beautiful and I feel well. It was very nice, the food was very varied and I have nothing bad to say."