Cabot Court Hotel is situated on the sea front at Weston-super-Mare and is housed in a grade II listing building. There are 21 beautifully decorated bedrooms, comprising double, king, twin and family rooms, many of which have spectacular views of the beach and across the Bristol Channel to Wales. All of the rooms are en suite and have state-of-the-art LCD televisions, tea- and coffee-making facilities, hairdryers, telephone to receive incoming calls and unlimited free Wi-Fi throughout. Breakfast is served from 7am daily until noon, with our full food menu served until 11pm, seven days a week. We offer an extensive range of food and drink in our Wetherspoon and Lloyds bar.
We are perfectly situated as a base for golfers, shoppers, walkers and for those who want to just relax on the beach. During the summer months, relax on our sun deck or beer garden overlooking the world-famous grand pier and cosy up with us in the winter in front of a real fire. Lloyds No.1 Bar is the place to be at the weekend for the nightlife of Weston, with music playing every Thursday and Saturday night till 2am. Whether it’s business or for the great British get-away, our hotel is the perfect place to enjoy your time in Weston-super-Mare and we look forward to welcoming you soon. Our experienced receptionists are on hand 24 hours a day, at the front desk, to ensure that you have everything you need.
When it comes to traditional family holidays, the string of resorts running all the way down the seaboard of Somerset has everything you need. Weston-super-Mare is the biggest and also one of the oldest. These elegant resorts grew out of tiny fishing villages, 200 years ago, when the fashion in holidays and health cures changed from ‘taking the waters’ at inland spa towns like Bath to sea-bathing – and even sea-water-drinking! ‘Weston-super-Mare’ sounds very grand, but it’s just medieval Latin for ‘Weston-on-Sea’, and that’s the most important thing about it.
The wonderful sweep of Weston Bay, with views over to Wales and down to Exmoor, is a never-ending source of satisfaction. Miles of broad, flat sandy beach are perfect for your youngest kids, but also for all sorts of activities. It’s a vast community open space which most towns just don’t have. The sea goes out and comes in a long way – the second highest tidal rise in the world – and that’s why Weston-super-Mare has its piers. Originally, they were deep-water steamboat jetties, but then it was found that people just liked to walk out to sea on them, take tea and visit the amusements.