Bournemouth Beach Manor is situated near the cliff top of Middle Chine, with easy access to the town and beaches. Bournemouth Town Centre is a five minute drive and beaches are within a ten minute walk. It’s a three minute drive to Westbourne with its numerous restaurants, bars and shops. All the big supermarkets have branches within 2-3 miles and can deliver online orders on your arrival.
Airport: Bournemouth, Hurn (15 mins).
Train and bus station: Bournemouth Interchange (5 mins).
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Within a 5 minute walk into
Bournemouth Centre, you arrive at
Bournemouth’s Centre shops,
beautifully landscaped gardens,
numerous bars and restaurants, 2
cinemas, plus leisure facilities and
Just one road up from Yellowstones, is
seven miles of award winning
beaches, where you can find a number
of family attractions, shops,
restaurants and watersports.
As well as beautiful sandy beaches,
Boscombe also boast’s Europe’s first
artificial surf reef – Boscombe Surf
Reef. Boscombe Surf Reef is now
launched and surfers from around the
Globe are coming to experience it.
Set in the middle of seven miles of
golden sand, Bournemouth Pier boasts
a wide and varied selection of
attractions, entertainments and retail
One of the most prestigious centres
for conferences, exhibitions,
entertainment and leisure activities in
There are plenty of watersports to
choose from in Bournemouth and
neighbouring Poole – even if you’re a
beginner, including surfing,
wakeboarding, sailing, kayaking….
Onsite at Yellowstones is Surf
Academy, so with prior arrangement
your watersport’s activities can be
booked in advance.
Westbourne is a local village that can be easy reached by a short 5 min drive, or 20 min walk. Experience Westbourne and see its numerous boutique shops, restaurants and bars. Poole, Sandbanks, and the ferry ride to Swanage and Corfe Castle are a 20 min drive away. You’re also close to Dorchester and Thomas Hardy country and the delightful walks, cycle rides, pubs and pretty villages of the New Forest are only a half hour drive away.
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For entertainment, conferences, exhibitions
and leisure activitiy dates and times.
An annual event held in August 2011, featuring incredible air displays,
attractions and fantastic evening entertainment. Firework Displays Local
fireworks displays are shown throughout the summer months & in November.
What’s on in Poole
The historic town of Poole is only round the corner.
at Sandbanks, Poole
The only annual free daytime beach sports event festival in the UK, with three
nights of ticketed evening parties. Windfest attracts the biggest names in the
extreme sports industry and at least 10,000 visitors each year.
The highlights of Dorset lie on the doorstep, including the Jurassic Coast, Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. Bournemouth Centre is a fifteen minute walk away, with Poole, Sandbanks, the ferry ride to Swanage and Corfe Castle close by. As well as the beautiful sandy beach in Bournemouth, it also has gardens, shops and numerous bars and restaurants, there are two cinemas, leisure facilities and theatres.
A short walk away into Westbourne is filled with village shops, restaurants and bars. You’re also close to Dorchester and Thomas Hardy country and the delightful walks, cycle rides, pubs and pretty villages of the New Forest are only a half hour drive away.
On the doorstep is a beautiful walk through Argyll Gardens to the beach with your own private self contained beach hut at Middle Chine. Click here to read about the history of Middle Chine including Argyll Gardens.