Beautiful Bournemouth sits on the south coast – a renowned tourist hotspot in picturesque Dorset. Seven miles of golden sandy beaches and buzzing nightlife make this seaside resort popular with families and holidaymakers from all over the UK. Over five million visitors flock to Bournemouth each year.
Bournemouth is characterised by its classic Victorian architecture including St Peter’s Church – a local landmark and one of three grade one listed churches in the borough. Local attractions include Bournemouth Pier, Bournemouth Oceanarium, Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum and Splashdown Water Park. There are also plenty of activities nearby – including surfing, kayaking and rambling. A great selection of restaurants serve up freshly caught seafood and other culinary delights throughout town, and the seafront itself is lined with brilliant bars and cafes with outdoor seating areas. Shoppers can browse and buy at one of the town’s three malls – Castlepoint, Sovereign Shopping Centre and The Avenue.
Bournemouth is situated east of the stunning 155km long Jurassic Coast, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walks and trails twist and turn across the surrounding countryside and coastal paths snake through nature reserves and past unspoilt sandy beaches. Take in the vistas across the sparkling turquoise seas and pure white chalk cliffs topped with tufts of green grass that the area is well known for.
Bournemouth can be easily reached via rail links and by car. Bournemouth Hurn Airport also offers international and internal flights. Our Bournemouth-based venues cater to a variety of different requirements. Our list includes Bournemouth International Centre, Rhinefield House Hotel and the Hallmark Hotel Bournemouth Carlton.