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The Isle of Portland has a population of 12,000 (according to the most recent 2011 You.Gov census).
Portland is connected to Weymouth via the A354 which stretches on to Dorchester in thirty minutes, while Bournemouth is around one hour and fifteen by car. Buses run to Weymouth roughly every ten minutes. Direct trains to London Waterloo take approximately three hours and twenty minutes.
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Armishaws supply Weymouth and Portland removals a well as the local area including;
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Once you’ve made he move to Portland, here are our tips of the best the island has to offer;
Incredible views, excellent food, friendly people, The Lobster Pot is the perfect place to become ‘a regular’. And their Sunday roasts are not to be missed!
Showcasing the best local artists and craftspeople, White Stones add a relaxing, welcoming atmosphere and cake! The food is every bit as good as the art.
Once the dust has settled on your Portland removals, head to Hen Dog Designs where you can start turning your house into home with Hen Dog’s excellent style and design.
If you like to buy fresh and buy local then Portland Market is a must for your weekly diary. Locally sourced produce and plenty of tasty treats.
Windblown, quirky, beautiful and remote, Portland is as romantic as it is idyllic. Not as easily accessible as other Dorset location, the lack of traffic and fewer tourists only add to the isle’s many attractions.
There is an abundance of fine cafes, bars and eateries across Portland and of course the seafood is world class. When you’re not eating, you can burn off the calories exploring the coastline or taking part in the many sports available. The island might not be blessed with an abundance of shops (you won’t find the centre taken over by the usual high street names), what they lack in quantity they more than make up for in quality.
Portland also has a theatre/cinema with a brilliant mix of shows and screenings throughout the year.
With just one route connecting Portland with the mainland buses head to nearby Weymouth every ten minutes. Dorchester (thirty minutes and Bournemouth (75 minutes) are both easy to reach while there is also a rail station, trains to London take in excess of three hours.