The King's Arms.
The Sign reads: This historic 16th century inn has had Georgian renovations in the 18th century and a Victorian attic in the 19th century. King George III stayed in Weymouth in 1789, on doctors orders. He was taken across the Esplanade by a horse drawn bathing machine, and a small orchestra would play "God save the King" as he stepped into the water. Today the Kings Arms extends a Royal Welcome to One & All.
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