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If you’re struggling to choose from an assortment of Christchurch hotels, can help you find the right option. Whether you’re preparing for a fun-filled family holiday in Dorset or a hectic business trip, we can help make your stay special. Christchurch’s unique location means it’s a convenient base for visitors to Dorset’s World Heritage Coast as well as the stunning New Forest National Park. We’ll show you guest reviews and take on board what you’re looking for, including accommodation type, price range and the occasion. We aim to do the hard work for you so that you can concentrate on enjoying your stay at this coastal haven which comes complete with a wonderful wildlife reserve. even tells you about the area and its landmarks, making sure you don’t miss a trick on your trip.

What's Christchurch like?

Christchurch, on England’s south coast in the county of Dorset, is a town with an assortment of attractions. Christchurch looks over the rivers Stour and Avon and offers beautiful countryside and coastline, an interesting heritage and a range of fun things to do. Stay near Saxon Square for its Monday market or browse the high street shops for bargains. Christchurch has a lovely natural harbour and its very own ruined medieval castle. The town centre is overlooked by the 11th century Christchurch Priory, which is visited by pilgrims from all over the world and noted for being England’s longest parish church. There are plenty of art galleries, museums and theatres for culture vultures. Popular places include The Red House Museum & Gardens, The Hayloft, and Highcliffe Castle. If you’re looking for something sporty to do, try your hand at sailing or make your way to the Snowtrax Centre where you can hit the slopes for some skiing. Use for a selection of Christchurch hotels to pick from.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Christchurch

Enjoyed by locals and tourists alike are the many fun events throughout the year, including May’s hotly-anticipated food and wine festival, a big music festival in July and the annual regatta which takes place each August. Christchurch is the fourth most populated Dorset town, with some 55,000 residents. It’s a popular destination for retirees and a sizable percentage of residents are aged over 65. Christchurch is a really safe place and crime rates are lower than average. The weather here is temperate, with slightly warmer than average winters and pleasant summers. There are a range of Christchurch hotels to pick from and you’ll be close to all amenities, including restaurants, cafés and shops, making it a really easy place to stay. The town has good transport links, with regular trains bound for London as well as neighbouring places like Bournemouth and Dorchester. It is also close to busy Bournemouth Airport.