Self Catering Holidays In Bournemouth
The apartment is located on the first and second floors of this converted Hotel and has accommodation comprising; kitchen with cooker, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave & fridge freezer, spacious lounge with TV, DVD Player and dining table and chairs, shower and w.c on the first floor. Stairs lead up to the second floor which is in the eaves so has some restricted head height with bedroom one with two single beds, wardrobes and a TV, bedroom two with three single beds and cupboard with hanging space and a shower room with walk in shower cubicle and w.c.
Situated just a two minute walk from the holiday apartment brings you to the Cliff Tops with Southbourne’s beautiful sandy beaches below. There are fantastic Cliff Top walks offering superb interrupted views sweeping from the Isle of Wight across Poole Bay to the Isle of Purbeck.
The beach itself is perfect for kite flying, sunbathing, swimming and dog walking with dogs being permitted in certain sections of the beach.
Hengisbury Head is located to the east and is well worth a visit, it is a wildlife reserve set amongst the remains of an iron age fort with breathtaking views from the top.
The high street in Southbourne has plenty of shops, bars and restaurants and offers good public transport links to Boscombe, Bournemouth and Christchurch. Christchurch is just 2 miles away and is a small Saxon town with castle ruins, a quaint Quay, boutiques, celebrity restaurants and an infamous food festival which takes place each year.
There are many more accessible attractions both for entertainment and for peace and quiet making this an ideal holiday in Bournemouth.
* One Allocated Parking Space
* Sleeps 5
* Linen Supplied for Free
* Children and Dogs welcome (Dogs £10 per night – max 2 dogs)
3 nights minimum stay.
Prices From £230.00 per week
Reduced Rate for groups of only One to Two People.
Please contact Martina on 01202 779911 for full Tariff.
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This page was last updated: 26 January 2011