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Accommodation in Bournemouth

Hotels, Guest Houses, Bed and Breakfasts (B&Bs) and Cheap Accommodation in Bournemouth

Located in the county of Dorset on the south coast of England, Bournemouth has long been associated with "The Great British Holiday" and is easily accessed by superb rail and road connections, as well as Bournemouth International Airport. It is the ideal place to stay for a long summer holiday, or just a short break in one of Bournemouth's cheap hotels (cheap in price, not in quality), guest houses or in a choice of excellent self catering accommodation.

With over 7 miles of golden sandy beaches and some stunning scenery, Bournemouth has also re-invented itself into a modern seaside destination with an abundance of trendy restaurants and watersports including the newly created "surf reef" at Boscombe Beach. Quite simply, Bournemouth has something for everyone.

Bournemouth and the surrounding Dorset area, offers a wealth of accommodation from high quality cheap hotels, to guest houses and bed and breakfasts (B&Bs), that will suit everyone's pocket.  The hotels in Bournemouth are some of the finest in the area while there is also a range of quality cheap accommodation such as, guest houses and bed and breakfasts (B&Bs). Other accommodation options include holiday parks, caravan parks, camping and touring sites and self catering accommodation. As one of the leading tourist destinations in the UK, Bournemouth has a wealth of visitor attractions for you to enjoy during your stay.  As well as the superb coastline of Bournemouth & Poole, there is the stunning Jurassic Coastline of West Dorset close by, linking Bournemouth & Poole to Swanage, Lulworth Cove, and Durdle Door and beyond to Weymouth and Portland. Whilst in the area why not visit Weymouth, Chesil Beach and Lyme Regis.

Beyond the fascinating heritage of Christchurch and Mudeford in the east, lies the beautiful New Forest National Park where animals roam free and quaint villages celebrate the traditions and history of the forest, all within 20 minutes by car. Stay in one of the luxury yet cheap hotels, bed and breakfasts (B&Bs) or guest houses for easy access to the surrounding area.

Alternatively, stay in one of the holiday parks, caravan parks, camping and touring sites, self catering accommodation or bed and breakfasts (B&Bs) in Bournemouth while on holiday and enjoy a trip to Poole Harbour, which is located just to the west of Bournemouth. In the centre of the harbour is Brownsea Island, now under the care of the National Trust. It is famous as the birthplace of Scouting and Guiding and is a magical place to view the varied wildlife and stunning scenery including the famous red squirrel.

The harbour is a busy thoroughfare for all types of watercraft and it's great to sit there and watch the activity and frequent cross-channel Brittany Ferry or Condor Ferry to France and the Channel Islands.

The famous Poole Pottery studio is also located at Poole Quay. These unique ceramics are fascinating to watch being made and whilst there you can relax in the Pottery Cafe where refreshments are served all day.

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