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East Overcliff Drive, s/n, BH1 3AN
This is a beautiful hotel with a lovely relaxed atmosphere throughout. The south-facing terrace leads down to the sheltered, seasonally heated, outdoor swimming pool. Read more
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Exeter Road, , BH2 5AH Bournemouth
Hermitage Hotel is the ideal place to spend a pleasant stay within walking distance of the town center and the beach. The services offered include: restaurant with fine British cuisine, a lounge... Read more
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East Overcliff Drive, s/n, BH1 3AF Bournemouth
There is a large heated outdoor pool with plenty of chairs, food and drinks are severed weather permitting. The lounge has a pool table and satellite television, this is a lovely hotel offering... Read more
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Chine Crescent, 27-29, BH2 5LB West Cliff
Situated in the heart of Bournemouth's prestigious West Cliff, within walking distance of the town centre and award-winning beaches, this Victorian Hotel boasts excellent facilities, free Wi-Fi and... Read more
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Discover BournemouthBournemouth is a town of about 180,000 inhabitants, in the county of Dorset, England. To the south west of the country, is close to the towns of Poole and Christchurch, about 150 miles from London. Bournemouth is just east of the Jurassic Coast, a 153 km long coastal stretch, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2001.
Thanks to its coastal location, Bournemouth has a temperate climate, the seven miles of golden sandy beaches and clean sea are certainly a strong attraction for tourists and hikers. The main places of cultural interest are the Church of St. Peter and its cemetery where Mary Shelly is buried, the famous author of the novel "Frankenstein"; the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, that hosts some wonderful collections art of the nineteenth century Japanese artifacts and treasures as well as Victorian and other Eastern cultures; Bournemouth International Centre; Central Garden; the theater Pavillon; the Boscombe Surf Reef; Bournemouth Oceanarium. In recent years the area has been revitalized by the university and many language schools for foreigners. At night the city comes alive in bars and clubs.
Bournemouth is accessible by train from Southampton, Portsmouth, Bristol and Salisbury, Bournemouth airport from other European countries.