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About Bournemouth Dorset

Bournemouth Dorset

Bournemouth Dorset has some of the best retail facilities in Southern England, ranging from large stores to arcades of specialist shops. Sandy beaches for the daytime are complimented by extensive night-time facilities, and there is a wide range of hotel and other accommodation.

However Bournemouth is one of Dorset's newest towns in more ways than one. Prior to the 19th Century it did not exist, not one single house existed where the town stands today, and it was only after the 1984 local government reorganizations that it was incorporated into the county of Dorset, but today Bournemouth is one of the most popular resorts on the South Coast of England. The centre is dominated by 2,000 acres of formal gardens, frequently judged to be the best in Britain.

Eating & Drinking in Bournemouth

There are over 250 restaurants in Bournemouth covering all four corners of our gastronomic globe to tempt even the most discerning connoisseur. Whether you want to relax over a cappuccino, enjoy a light lunch, have a fun family meal or indulge in a taste sensation, Bournemouth caters for every occasion.Whether you want to dine beneath the stars directly on our beautiful seafront whilst tasting freshly caught local seafood, sample a typical Edwardian banquet, or simply opt for traditional fish & chips at Britain's Best Fish & Chip Shop - the choice is yours. Try somewhere different on each day of your stay here in Bournemouth - but you'll have to return to us again and again just to experience all the wonderful places to eat Bournemouth offers!

Nightclubs, Pubs & Bars in Bournemouth

Nightclubs are spread throughout the town centre with music to suit everyone's tastes. From Old Christchurch Road to the Lansdowne and beyond, there are clubs, bars and more for all ages. There are too many to mention, so you really need to come and see for yourself!

The Triangle area of Bournemouth offers a selection of eateries and wine bars and also has great gay venues including nightclubs, cabaret clubs and bars. The beauty of Bournemouth is that everything is within walking distance but if you are exhausted from dancing the night away, there are many licensed taxis in the Town Centre to take you back to your accommodation - any time of the day or through the night.

The Night Bus service, introduced by More Bus is a great and affordable way to get home after a night out. Running on Friday and Saturday nights the buses operate every half hour from 01.10 to 05.10 from Bournemouth Town Centre to Charminster, Boscombe and Poole.

Bournemouth is renowned for being a stylish evening out and the array of cocktails on offer make a great accessory to any stylish outfit! But if its not cocktails you're after why not try the wine bars, a traditional Irish pub or one of the many bars that line the streets of Bournemouth.

Don't forget that many hotels in Bournemouth have entertainment in the evenings and also have award-winning restaurants. You don't have to be a resident in the hotel to dine in these restaurants so why not explore the area and see what takes your fancy.


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