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All reviewsnational holidaysnational coachsuperior room with balconyboscombe high streetboscombe pierjust returned from a five dayfamily run hotelwalk in showerlovely hotelironing boardsmall hotelmodern bathroomsea frontcoach holidayten minute walkgreat holidayflat screen tv
Booked the hotel for a one night stay due to a 40th birthday party locally. Greeted by Diane at check in and received a warm welcome, we had a few questions regarding the local area and directions, all answered with a smile and a map....More
I organized a large political event for 105 people on Saturday 13th December. We were treated to a fabulous hot and cold buffet. The food really was superb, so much so that I have booked for our next funcion in February, 2015.
I stayed here with my family for a birthday celebration and I was impressed. We had 3 'superior' rooms, which have recently been refurbished and they were all spacious, well appointed and clean. The rooms were quiet (throughout the night) and the beds were all...More
We arrived on a 5 day (tinsel & turkey) break with national holidays, although national advertise this as Bournemouth the hotel is in the adjacent town of Boscombe but don't let that put you off booking into this hotel. We had a very friendly welcome,...More
I and my husband had a four night stay with four other family members to the lovely family run hotel as part of a National Holiday Tinsel and Turkey package and I must say it was wonderful from start to finish. We were welcomed with...More
The area is hilly. the walk to the Boscombe shopping centre is flat but takes about 15 minutes. The road down to the promenade is and Boscombe pier is very steep. The whole area of Bournemouth is very hilly even the town... More
The area is hilly. the walk to the Boscombe shopping centre is flat but takes about 15 minutes. The road down to the promenade is and Boscombe pier is very steep. The whole area of Bournemouth is very hilly even the town centre.