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Weymouth Shops & Services

Weymouth can not only satisfy your sand, sea and scrumptious fish and chips needs but also your shopping ones too! The town centre is dotted with a mix of well known names and smaller individual shops that offer an array of goods that can match those found in some of the country’s larger shopping centres.

St Alban Street, with its colourful flags and bunting, has numerous small shops that are well worth exploring.  In the main streets of St Mary and St Thomas you’ll find WH Smith, Rieker Shoes, Marks and Spencer, Boots, Dorothy Perkins, New Look and a host of other popular names. The Debenhams department store is in Bond Street along with Superdrug, Peacocks, TK Maxx and Monsoon. Wander the streets to find local and national jewellers too to find that perfect gem. 

Watch the glassblower in action; build your own cute bear; paint a piece of pottery; enjoy some of the local produce from one of the delicatessens – there’s more to shopping than you think! 

And when it’s time for a break you’ll find there are plenty of coffee shops and cafes where you can sit down and recoup. Relax and enjoy a delicious snack with a cold or hot drink. 

Jubilee Sidings, close to the railway station, is home to Aldi, Matalan, Halfords and some of our other larger outlets. And if you are staying in self-catering accommodation and need to stock up on groceries then Asda, Lidl, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and the Co-op can also be found locally.

Thursday is market day when the bustling market takes over the Swannery Car Park to offer bargains galore. And there’s a Monday market and car boot at Bowleaze Cove from Easter to October. 

With so many opportunities to bag a bargain you can go home from your holiday with much more than happy memories!

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