Things to see and do - Poole
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Poole Travel guide
Poole : Michelin's recommendations
With its fine sandy beaches, Poole is both a popular yachting harbour and major ferry port.
Tourist attractions Poole : Things to see and do
164 rd. Canford Cliff
The beautiful gardens of Compton Acres occupy over 6ha in a rift in the sandstone cliffs. They include rock, Italian, water and Japanese gardens and have flowers in bloom throughout the year. Beautiful sunsets can be admired from the English Garden, ..
Brownsea Island is not far from the town of Poole. It is fringed by inviting beaches along its south shore and has two nature reserves (north and south) that stretch out on either side of a road. The north reserve is a sanctuary for waterfowl. The so..
Walking Fields Lane GB - Poole BH15 1RZ
Holiday Inn Express Poole is 20 minutes' walk from Poole's ferry port with connections to France and the Channel Islands. It offers free Wi-Fi in all areas and free buffet breakfasts. The large en suite contemporary rooms have flat-screen Freeview T..
8 High Street GB - Poole BH15 1BP
Prix Prices from : 46 £
Situated on Poole Harbour quay, The Antelope is just a 10-minute drive from Sandbanks beach. With a 500 year history the hotel’s comfortable rooms also offer free Wi-Fi access. Still retaining part of the original 15th-century building, guests can ..
Holes Bay Road GB - Poole BH15 2BD
Superbly situated, Premier Inn Poole Centre (Holes Bay) is a brief walk to the town centre and Poole Train Station, providing the ideal base from which to explore the area. Some of the comfortable rooms at Premier Inn can accommodate 2 adults and 2 ..
Haven Rd, Sandbanks GB - BH13 7LW Poole
7-11 Thames St. GB - BH15 1JN Poole
15 Market Street GB - BH15 1NB Poole
Proudly run restaurant opposite the Guildhall, with a bright, cheery interior and a nautical theme. Tasty, classical French dishes are generously proportioned and largely seafood-based. They also host monthly gourmet evenings.
32 Station Rd, Lower Parkstone GB - BH14 8UD Poole
Lovingly run restaurant in a former chemist's shop, where the old shelving is still in situ. Grab a booth in the characterful red dining room or make for the basement room which opens onto the garden. Hearty French dishes feature.