Bournemouth Beaches


Bournemouth beach has 7 miles of pure golden sand. The beach holds the presigious Quality Coast Award and is Marine Conservation Society Recommended.

Along with the magnificent beaches and just one minute inland from the pier are the start of the Bournemouth Pleasure gardens. They extend for nearly two miles inland following the course of the River Bourne.

Family Activities


Bournemouth caters for a wide variety of visitors with the Bournemouth Eye, great shopping in the town centre, cinemas, cafes, amusement arcades, windsurfing, kayaking, cycling, the oceanarium and regular firework festivals throughout the summer.

Bournemouth is also a very historical and culturally-rich town with Churches, castles and museums.

Bournemouth Nightlife


Bournemouth is famous for its great atmosphere and active nightlife. It’s widely considered one of the most exciting places to enjoy a night out in the UK.

From small traditional pubs and cocktail bars to huge mutli-floor nightclubs, Bournemouth is home to a host of fantastic entertainment to suit all tastes.

Visiting & Things To Do in Bournemouth

Bournemouth, in the county of Dorset, is the UK’s premier seaside holiday resort and attracts visitors from all over the UK and beyond.

Famous for its 7 miles of sandy beaches, beautiful pleasure gardens and a friendly atmosphere, Bournemouth blends a historically and culturally rich seaside resort with a busy and thriving town.

Bournemouth is less than a two hour commute from London. The train and coach station in the center of town makes it very easy to get here and find your way round. Our hotel is just a few minutes walk from the station.

The Beaches have won numerous prestigious awards including the European Blue Flag Awards, which are recognized internationally as a sign of clean, well looked after beaches. You can enjoy different water sports or maybe a game of volleyball in one of the Game Zones. With 2,000 acres of award-winning parks and gardens, you can always find somewhere to relax. There are cafes on the promenade and during the summer, free firework displays provide an exciting end to a hard day’s sunbathing.

The town centre is divided into two main streets with a big café in the middle called the Obscura Cafe making the town centre very easy to navigate.

Just west of Bournemouth, there is the stunning World Heritage coastline, with romantic locations such as Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove, which attracts admirers from all over Europe and beyond. If you’re more historically-minded we recommend a visit the nearby town of Christchurch with its attractive quay, priory and multiple castles. With plenty of things to do in Bournemouth you’ll never be bored! It is a great place to live and visit.