Things to see and do - Bournemouth
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Bournemouth Travel guide
Bournemouth : Michelin's recommendations
Bournemouth has been a renowned summer and winter resort since the 19C. The town and its seafront are endowed with two piers, the pavilion (now a theatre), as well as always colourful public gardens. Bournemouth also has numerous hotels, shops and leisure facilities.
Tourist attractions Bournemouth : Things to see and do
East Cliff Promenade GB - Bournemouth BH1 3AA
Housed in East Cliff Hall, the museum is decorated in High Victorian taste (numerous ornaments, decorative patterns, polychromes, etc.): inlaid furniture, painted ceilings, decorative windows and wallpaper. The collection includes a number of paintin..
GB - Bournemouth BH23 1AZ
Christchurch is a coastal village separated from Bournemouth by modern leisure centres and shopping malls. Its priory and castle date from Norman times. The harbour is surrounded by numerous little crafts shops.
Exeter Park Road GB - Bournemouth BH2 5AX
Overlooking Bournemouth's award winning Lower Gardens, this elegant hotel is ideally situated in a tranquil position, yet within easy reach of the bustling town centre. Recently winning the highly coveted ‘Bournemouth Tourism’s Best Hotel of the Yea..
Upper Terrace Road GB - Bournemouth BH2 5NW
Prix Prices from : 85 £
With a fitness centre, a 24-hour front desk, a bar and a restaurant, the Hampton by Hilton Bournemouth also offers free WiFi access throughout. Just 7 minutes’ stroll from the sea front, The Pavilion Theatre is 8 minutes’ walk away and Bournemouth In..
Exeter Rd GB - Bournemouth BH2 5AG
The Royal Exeter Hotel is an ideal base for exploring Bournemouth and Dorset's delightful countryside. Bournemouth's beaches, the pier, promenade, shops and Bournemouth International Centre are just a short walk away. Rooms at the Royal Exeter Hotel..
Pier Approach GB - BH2 5AA Bournemouth
Popular beachfront restaurant with folding glass doors opening onto a terrace. Seafood menus feature fish caught in front of the building; look for the buoys where the nets lie. They also offer an express lunch and summer takeaways.
4th Floor, 2 Studland Rd.Alum Chine GB - BH4 8JA Bournemouth
Stylish restaurant on the top levels of an apartment block, with floor to ceiling windows and excellent views over the town and Poole Bay. Seafood menus feature intricate modern dishes which are styled on classical combinations.
St Michael's Rd, West Cliff GB - BH2 5DU Bournemouth
Lansdeer Road GB - BH4 9EH Westbourne
Grand 18C church with antique oak panelling and stunning stained glass; the kitchen is in the old chancel. Modern British cooking is fresh and flavoursome; lighter options are available in the small outside area. Lunch is good value.
4 Grove Rd GB - BH1 3AX Bournemouth
Large restaurant in an eco-friendly hotel; it upholds a 'sustainable' ethos with FSC timber on the floors, low energy induction cookers in the kitchen and honey bees on the roof. Modern menus display innovative touches; produce is local.
19 Grove Rd, East Overcliff GB - BH1 3AL Bournemouth