1. Holiday Inn Express PooleLooking to book a hotel close to Bournemouth? The Holiday InnExpress Poole is located in the center of Poole town close to all therestaurants, bars, cafes and the popular Dolphin Shopping Centre. It iswithin a short stroll of Poole stadium, Poole Quay the largestnatural harbour in the country and Poole Park, The Lighthouse aswell as the bus and train stations. The Famous Sandbanks Blue FlagBeaches are a short scenic drive from the hotel.This modern 4 storey high contemporary hotel offers comfortableaccommodationwith air conditioned en-suite rooms, 24 hour receptiondesk, free car parking, modern designed Lounge and Bar areafeaturing a terrace and Sky Sports.
2. There are 85 bedrooms which offer excellent value for money; eachroom is tastefully decorated in pale greens and cool shades of blueand benefit from air conditioning. There are a variety of room typeson offer including Standard Twin or Doubles, and Doubles with aSofa bed. Each room comes equipped with en-suite facilities withpower showers, Cable/Satellite Colour TV’s with selection ofchannels, Blackout Curtains, Hairdryers, coffee and Tea makingfacilities, Wireless Internet Connection and telephone.Included in the room tariff is a substantial complimentary buffetbreakfast including favourites like scrambled eggs and sausages. Avariety of classic English dishes like tasty sausage and mash can beenjoyed in the Bar area in the large “Great Room”. The hotel alsooffers 2 fully equipped conference rooms with space for up to 35representatives.Read MoreFacilitiesNewspapers, 24 Hour front desk, Facilities/rooms for disabled guests,Luggage storage, Elevator, Safety Deposit Box, Air Conditioning,
3. Dry Cleaning, All Public and Private Spaces Non-Smoking, VendingMachines(Drinks & Snacks), Bar/Lounge, Free Breakfast,Multilingual Staff, Heating, Free Parking, Wi-fi available in PublicAreas at small charge, express Check-in/Check-Out,Banquet/meeting Facilities, Business Centre.The Holiday Inn Express Poole is ideally located to take advantage ofall the local amenities and also for all the great attractions in thesurrounding area including:Salisbury Cathedral
4. Visit one of the finest examples of Medieval Cathedrals in Britain andbe enthused by its tranquillity and beauty. You are always assured awarm and friendly welcome at Salisbury Cathedral. It is containedwithin the Cathedral Close with its eight spectacular acres ofmanicured lawns and numerous buildings and museums of significanthistorical importance. Built almost entirely in the Early EnglishGothic architectural style it has the tallest spire of any of Britain’sCathedrals at 404ft. Enter the beautiful and serene Cathedral anddiscover nearly 800 years of remarkable history including the oldestworking European clock dated 1386 and the finest example of apreserved Magna Carta document from 1215.New Forest
5. The “New Forest” is one of England’s most ancient wooded areas andis the latest “National Park“to be created. It is easily reached within30 minutes from Bournemouth where you will find an abundance ofpretty villages and small towns to explore. Often used by William theConqueror from 1079 as his favourite playground many of itsoriginal tranquil walks, open spaces and delightful forest glades haveremained unchanged since those days. The royal manor constructed atLyndhurst soon became the principal place to be seen at with Kings,Queens and all things royal regularly coming here.Beaulieu
6. Resting peacefully of the bank of the River Beaulieu is the chocolatebox historic village of Beaulieu which has enchanted visitors formany centuries. In 1204 King John gave the area to the “CistercianMonks” its original name was “Bellus Locus” which translated means“Beautiful Place” and today it certainly lives up to its early namesake.It is believed that a short distance away along the river that KingRufus was slain by an arrow in 1100AD.Christchurch, Dorset
7. Christchurch is a wonderful place to visit so full of character andcharm and rich with culture and heritage. There is a stunning 11thCentury Priory, a castle, two rivers and a mill dating back to Saxontimes. Christchurch Quayis a great place for riverside walks withbeautiful views across the harbour. It is in a unique location close toboth the peaceful “New Forest National Park” and the impressive“Dorset World Heritage Coast”. It has a fantastic mix of beautifulcountryside and coastline, terrific heritage and captivating history allcombining to make your visit or stay a memorable one. The townsaward winning floral exhibitions during the summer months add tothe unique character and charm of this beautiful town.Christchurch Priory
8. What a fascinating place to visit, this medieval monastic church yousee today is little changed since the time when King HenryVIIIdecreed the church to the population of Christchurch to be usedas their Parish Church. History shows us that there has been a churchon the same site since approximately 800 AD. The presentconstruction was begun by RanulfFlambard in 1094 and has been inuninterrupted use as a place of pilgrimage and worship ever since. Atjust over 311 feet long it is the longest Parish Church in all ofEngland and is a fabulous and impressive place to visit whilst inChristchurch.Do you like it? You can Book your hotels in Bournemouth.www.search4ahotel.com