- 2.9 Miles
The Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) is an award-winning premier conference, events and entertainment venue, situated in the town's centre whilst boasting panoramic views of its internationally-acclaimed coastline. Whether you want to see a show, enjoy some live music, be educated at a conference,
attend an exhibition or enjoy some art, the Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) can cater for all tastes.
- 2.5 Miles
Love Beach Life... Welcome to seven miles of award-winning beaches! Nestled beneath a magnificent cliff line, the bay enjoys its own micro-climate, some of the warmest sea temperatures in the UK, and stunning views of the Isle of Wight and the Purbecks. Whatever you want from a day at the beach, you’ll find it all here.
The O2 Academy
- 1.9 Miles
The O2 Academy Bournemouth is a live entertainment venue in Bournemouth, Dorset, England. It is a grade-II listed building. The building at 568–578 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, was opened as a theatre on 27 May 1895, named the Grand Pavilion Theatre.
- 4.5 Miles
Bournemouth Airport has a reputation for being a
friendly, easy-to-use airport. Bournemouth Airport is approximately 15 to 20 minutes by car from Bournemouth town center. For information
on parking and drop off pick at Bournemouth
Airport please visit their parking pages. If you want to leave your car at home, public transport links are available. Bournemouth Airport is covered by Yellow Buses service 737, which serves Bournemouth Square, Railway Station, Winton, Moordown, Northbourne, and Parley Cross. For further information on getting to and from the
airport (taxi, car rental, etc) please visit Bournemouth Airport
- 1.8 Miles
AFC Bournemouth (The Cherries) is a professional association football club based in Kings Park, Boscombe, a suburb of Bournemouth, Dorset, England. They will compete in the Premier League in the 2022–23 season following their promotion from the championship in the 2021-22 season.
- 9.2 Miles
Step back in time and discover the charm and
the natural beauty of this unique destination. The
New Forest became a national park in 2005 and was once a royal hunting ground for William the
Conqueror. It covers an area of 566 square kilometers and is made up of vast tracts of
unspoiled woodland, heathland, and river valleys.
Queens Park Golf Course
- 0.6 Miles
A beautiful course with a deep sense of history and tradition. It is a very mature and challenging golf course, where management of the game
takes the driving seat to the power play. Queen's Park takes pride in its sense of heritage, attracting golfers from a wide area to enjoy the unique character and challenging golf that the course has to offer.
- 24 Miles
The Jurassic Coast features some of southern England’s most scenic shorelines. Travel via Poole Harbour and Sandbanks, and visit Lulworth Cove and the natural limestone arch of Durdle Door, a must-see whilst spending your time with us.