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Highlights in Bournemouth
- Fun for all the family
- Coastal villages
- Art, museums and festivals
- Freida’s tea Bus
- Hengistbury Head Beach
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Bournemouth
For a quintessential seaside holiday, Bournemouth is the right place to choose. It offers a wide array of places to be rented and for you to enjoy your dreamed holidays. Wake up to the sound of the waves by booking a property on Boscombe seafront. You will find the accommodation that better suits your needs and your budget around the area’s noteworthy features, all within 30 miles of the city centre.Holiday rentals and lettings by the sea
In Bournemouth you will find small rentals for couples, accommodations for families of up to 4 people or more luxury properties with room for up to 8 people. Most of them include a parking area for those who wish to have their rental car. Some properties offer you sea views from the little terraces where to enjoy a cocktail while admiring the views or simply contemplating the wonderful surroundings.
Holiday in Bournemouth
The area and getting around
Located in the picturesque area of Dorset, Bournemouth is a coastal resort town on the south coast of England where to enjoy the UK’s best weather and warmest temperatures. Nearly eight miles of coastline with a wide strip of golden sand tout this town as one of the best holiday destinations in the area. Well connected promenades and pathways for you to walk and have access to the main cafes and restaurants along Bournemouth Beach where you can enjoy the traditional Fish and Chips from Key West Bar & Grill. Alternatively, upgrade to more sophisticated and fine dining at WestBeach or Arbor for exceptional seafood while gazing out the sea.Outdoor guided tours
If you fancy a tour of the historic sites, nature reserves, the countryside or the coast, why not joining a local guided tour? You can walk or jump on the bus to discover the hidden gems but for those who want to avoid traffic jams, the bike is your best bet. You can hire them and visit the surroundings in and energetic and fun way while breathing in the fresh sea air.
Travellers and activities
Thanks to some personalities who have contributed to its prestige, you will find this town very interesting as it is a place of literary inspiration with lots of historic houses, castles, art galleries such as the famous Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, performing spaces and museums that will help you uncover the past. High quality art and exhibitions throughout the year, fills in the curiosity of those with an exploring spirit.Bournemouth for families
Whatever the weather or time of year you will experience the attractions on offer as many of them have been designed to enjoy them whatever the climate conditions. Beachfront fun, leisure centres, waterparks, theatres and gardens will keep you entertained. Enjoy the views of the ocean, bask in the sun on one of the beautiful beaches, take in the scenery when going out in nature or have fun in many of the popular outdoor activities such as water sports, go-karting, hiking, golf, indoor laser tag or high-rope just to name a few.
Literary masters JRR Tolkien and Enid Blyton lived here and Robert Louis Stevenson wrote 'The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde' at 'Skerryvore'.
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Along the promenades you can enjoy the views of the seafront scene if you get on one of the famous land trains from Bournemouth Pier to Boscombe Pier. Southbourne and Westbourne are also coastal villages for you to enjoy a day out which will surprise any traveller for their unique characters, a great variety of little and cosy cafes, exquisite restaurants and beautiful shops in an exclusive ambiance combining white limestone and brick facade2. Hengistbury Beach.
Located in the most easterly point of Dorset it offers stunning and legendary views, tranquility, lovely beach huts and sea air. It’s a well-known part of Dorset that was formerly part of Hampshire. There is a ride on the “land train” to Mudeford Spit or you can take a walk in the shades to stroll around beautiful sceneries.3. Have a cuppa on wheels!
This double-decker takes you from Bournemouth Pier to Boscombe Pier whilst you sit inside munching through a three-tier afternoon tea. Enjoy and admire the the beach views while having a scone, cake, jam, a macaroon and tea, lots of tea! This is what Freida’s Tea Bus has on offer for you to enjoy a British tradition while admiring the landscape.4. Russell-Coates Art Gallery and Museum
A sublime villa built at the turn of the 20th century that is now home to the most exquisite pieces of art from all over the world picked up by John and Anna on their travels. A unique museum with stained glass skylights and a stunning bay window in the conservatory that you can’t miss.Festivals and fun for everyone
There are unmissable events happening throughout the year in Bournemouth. The town hosts incredible and varied festivals that make the town burst with life and colours at any time of the year! Attend the well-known Arts by the Sea Festival for music, films, dance and drama. If you are more into food you can’t miss the chance of going to the popular 10-day Food and Drink Festival. And for those with a taste for speed, precision and agility, the Red Arrows is your must-see! The Royal Air force Aerobatic team will showcase the team’s abilities while you enjoy a jaw-dropping acrobatics show.