Explore natural treasures and bustling nightlife in Bournemouth

Bournemouth is well known and adored for its seven miles of sandy beach, small islands, picnic spots and beautiful views. Spend the afternoon with the family at the pier where there’s something fun for everyone. Take a day trip to Brownsea Island or Hengistbury Head to get a glimpse of the local wildlife and enjoy a peaceful escape into nature. For a fun night on the town, make your way to Bournemouth’s bustling city center full of bars, restaurants, shops, and nightclubs.

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Bournemouth Beach

0.54 mi / 0.88 km from the hotel
Head over to Bournemouth’s iconic beach to enjoy seven miles of golden sandy beach, perfect for a beach day or sunset stroll. Don’t miss the pier, which has something fun for everyone - an amusement park, arcade, aquarium, and a café.

Brownsea Island

5.62 mi / 9.04 km from the hotel
Explore beautiful Brownsea Island, located in the Poole Harbour, for a special escape into nature. Perfect for trekking, picnics, and wildlife watching, the lagoon is famous for its abundance of red squirrels and bird watching. Spend the day immersed in nature at this popular historic spot.

Hengistbury Head

4.34 mi / 6.98 km from the hotel
Situated on the South coast of England, take a trip to Hengistbury Head nature reserve and conservation area for amazing coastal views of the English Channel and to learn more about the wildlife, geology, and history of the area. Enjoy interactive displays and exhibits at the Visitors Center.

Old Harry Rocks

6.18 mi / 9.94 km from the hotel
The Old Harry Rocks are a stunning geological attraction located on the Isle of Purbeck. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this formation is accessible by scenic nature paths and is comprised of three chalk formations protruding out of the water, which have eroded over time to form their unique shape.