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Bournemouth gems of Dorset

Bournemouth is referred to as the ‘Gardens City by the sea’ with its beautiful landscape it’s no wonder that it is one of Europe’s most loved resorts, attracting millions of visitors every year. Bournemouth is a large coastal resort, boasting seven mile of golden sands and sheltered waters along the Jurassic Coastline. With its many award winning gardens, festivals, museums, restaurant and a vast variety of shops, it’s well worth a visit.


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The Cumberland is a very popular hotel with our customers, it is based on the East Cliff which is a level area of Bournemouth. This hotel offers first class cuisine with elegant ambient lighting with stunning indoor and outdoor swimming pool and sauna/steam


The Ocean Beach Hotel & Spa is only minutes’ walk from seven miles of award winning sandy beaches and close to the vibrant café society of Bournemouth. Decorated in a modern, rustic beach style with onsite Day Spa and Italian Café, this new concept Hotel & Spa is the perfect place to stay while visiting Bournemouth.

Bournemouth gems of Dorset

DAY 1 – On our way to the hotel, we will stop for lunch break at the drivers chosen destination. Arriving at the hotel where you can relax before dinner

DAY 2 – A day of leisure – You could just take time to enjoy the wonderful delights of Bournemouth, sit and enjoy the lovely variety of the many gardens, or explore the wonderful shops it has got to offer.

DAY 3 – We will travel to Salisbury, where you will be free to explore this marvellous gothic Cathedral at your own pace. View the world’s oldest working mechanical clock and the best preserved original copy of the Magna Carta. Explore the medieval town with its quaint shops and stunning viewpoints. A scenic drive is taken through the New Forest via Lyndhurst to Christchurch. There is free time to explore the historic attractions of this unique town, while here you could explore the ruins of the Saxon Castle, capture the history of its charming quay or indulge in the local shops.

DAY 4 - Today we travel to the historic city of Dorchester with free time to visit the Maid Castle or admire the Roman origins. The town has a connection to Thomas Hardy as he based many of his books in the area. Then onto Weymouth and all the delights of this beautiful resort. You could stroll down its long arc of fine golden sands with its impressive backdrops of fine Georgian seafronts. The views from the bay are spectacular, stretching across the horizon taking the World heritage UNESCO Jurassic Coastline.

DAY 5– There will be a lunch break en route, arriving home in the afternoon.


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