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Venues for Hire in Poole, Dorset

Big Venue Book has found ten venues within 11.3 miles of Poole in Dorset which have function rooms and event space available to hire for both private and corporate events of up to 3,000 people attending. Simply add one or more venues to your shortlist and send an enquiry to receive a detailed quotation prepared by the professional event managers based at each venue. If you're planning a corporate event and on a tight deadline why not 'Ask the Experts'? Our team are on hand to help you find the perfect venue for your next event.

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Thistle Poole Hotel

Thistle Poole Hotel

Show Thistle Poole Hotel on a map Poole, Dorset BH15 1HD

Located close to the Harbour on the Quay the Thistle Poole offers two good-sized function and conference rooms available to hire for private or corporate events…

  • Distance: 0.28 Miles
  • Max: 200 guests
  • Packages: 1
Hilton Bournemouth

Hilton Bournemouth

Show Hilton Bournemouth on a map Bournemouth, Dorset BH2 5EL

If you want a venue that stands out from the crowd, this could be it. There’s nothing boring about the Hilton Bournemouth; it’s unique, it’s cool and it 

  • Distance: 4.66 Miles
  • Max: 360 guests
The Tank Museum

The Tank Museum

Show The Tank Museum on a map Bovington, Dorset BH20 6JG

The Tank Museum, has a wide variety of facilities available to hire during office hours and into the evening, both inside and outside. The Museum’s dedicated …

  • Distance: 11.3 Miles
  • Max: 400 guests
  • Packages: 3
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Discover Poole in Dorset

Venue Hire Poole, Dorset

Poole in Dorset sits right on the south coast between Bournemouth and the picturesque Studland Peninsula, leading to Swanage beyond. The area itself is known as the Isle of Purbeck, which covers the picturesque coastal area between Poole and Swanage. Poole is famous for its long stretches of sandy beach and various attractions making it one of the most popular coastal holiday destinations in the UK. This classic seaside town is also famous for its pier and rugged coastline which is popular with ramblers and nature lovers.

Poole harbour is a historic natural bay bordered by golden beaches and magnificent cliffs and rock formations. Unusual chalk formations Old Harry Rocks mark the furthest easterly point of the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The South West Coast Path snakes across the cliff tops offering stunning vistas across the English Channel. Shell Bay is a popular site for families – littered with pretty shells and fossils.

Poole itself is a pretty town with many quaint shopping streets and restaurants selling fresh seafood lining the seafront parade. High street brands and. Including Dolphin Shopping Centre and Castlepoint Shopping Park. Nearby attractions also include Poole Museum, Adventure Wonderland, Splashdown Waterpark, Farmer Palmers Farm Park and Bournemouth Aviation Museum. Boat trips are available across Poole Bay to Brownsea Island, which is home to native red squirrels and lots of other wildlife. Upmarket Sandbanks rests on the peninsula, an exclusive area famous for its multi-million-pound mansions overlooking the sea.

Poole Rail Station connects the town with neighbouring areas and cities - which can also be reached via motorway links.