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Bournemouth Beach Introduction

Award-winning Bournemouth Beach stretches for 7 miles along the Dorset coast. The Blue Flag beach is nestled beneath towering cliffs and is one of the safest in the UK. Whether you wish to relax on a deckchair, sit in a cafe by the waterfront or enjoy activities on the pier, you can do it all, here. You can visit Hengistbury Head, with its beautiful shores, nature and wildlife areas, discover pretty Boscombe Chine Gardens or take in a world-class performance at Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre.

Hotels near Bournemouth Beach

Bournemouth Beach hotels are a combination of 2-, 3- and 4-star options dotted along the clifftop overlooking the sea. Whether you seek a comfortable, simple accommodation for a friends' weekend away, or luxury hotels near Bournemouth Beach for a couples or family holiday, you can find them all here. Many 3- and 4-star hotels feature deluxe rooms, on-site dining, swimming pools, spa/wellness centres and free WiFi. If you plan to hire a car during your stay, or you are driving to Bournemouth, you will find many hotels near Bournemouth Beach have private parking facilities, too.

In the last hour, the most popular choices were:

  • Seaview West Coast, which has been booked 5 times; click Seaview West Coast for more info.
  • The Croydon Hotel, which has been booked 5 times; click The Croydon Hotel for more info.
  • Lea Hurst, which has been booked 5 times; click Lea Hurst for more info.

Where to stay

If you want to be within a short walk of the beach and its amenities, search for Bournemouth Beach hotels deals close to Bath Road and Bournemouth Parks Lower Gardens. These centrally located hotels allow easy access to Bournemouth Pier, Pavilion Theatre, restaurants, shops and the award-winning Blue Flag Beach. If you seek a quieter area in which to stay, search cheap Bournemouth Beach hotels near Boscombe. It has its own stretch of beach, a pier, seafront dining and is close to picturesque Boscombe Chine Gardens. Hotels and guesthouses located a few streets behind Boscombe Promenade cater to those travelling on a budget.

Things to see

Bournemouth is a popular UK seaside resort which is busiest during the summer months and at bank holidays. The town has an abundance of activities for all ages to enjoy. Whether you wish to play the amusements on Bournemouth Pier, enjoy a stroll through verdant gardens, or have a round of crazy golf with the kids, you can do it all. Bournemouth town centre has a bustling shopping area, with myriad restaurants and theatres where you can enjoy evening entertainment. However, if you want to get back to nature, you don't have to travel too far. Hengistbury Head is home to a picturesque nature reserve and archaeological sites that are ripe for exploration, and nearby Mudeford Beach is a photographer's dream, with its rows of colourful beach huts. Alternatively, you could choose to spend a day in historic Christchurch and visit its impressive 11th-century priory and harbour.

How to get to Bournemouth Beach

You can journey to the Dorset town of Bournemouth in a variety of ways. If you're driving, the seaside town can be reached via the A338, or along coastal routes from Christchurch and Poole. You can also travel to Bournemouth easily by rail, as the town's railway station receives trains from London Waterloo and other cities throughout the UK. There's a fast ferry, which arrives into neighbouring Poole from the Channel Islands and France, and Bournemouth even has its own regional airport. Bus services operate throughout the town and to major cities along the south coast.