Vacation Rental Description
This luxury holiday home is located just a short 5 minute walk from the golden sandy beaches of Sandbanks, with easy accessibility to all the attractions and amenities of Bournemouth and Poole. Highly presented three bedroom town house set over three floors comprising of two double bedrooms, one twin bedroom and double sofabed in the ground floor lounge. The ground floor hosts the twin bedroom, separate W.C and lounge area with ensuite shower room with access to the patio area and private garden. The first floor opens into a spacious open plan living room, dining and kitchen area with balcony and the second floor hosts both double rooms, one with ensuite shower room; the master bedroom has a large ensuite bathroom and access to private balcony.
- Cleaning Service
- Cooking Utensils
- Linen Service
- Amenity Parking
Linen, Bedding, Towels (1 bath sheet pp and a hand towel per bathroom provided)
CHECK IN TIME After 3:00 PM
CHECK OUT TIME 09:30 AM (This can be extended to 12:00 PM at a surcharge of £20)
- Night Clubs
- Water Skiing
Bournemouth is a tourist and regional centre for leisure, entertainment, culture and recreation. The award winning Central Gardens are a separate major public park, leading for several miles down the valley of the River Bourne through the centre of the town to the sea (reaching the sea at Bournemouth Pier) and include the Pleasure Gardens and the area surrounding the Pavilion and the now closed IMAX Cinema. It has a thriving youth culture, including a high university population and many language school students. With the advent of the Boscombe Overstrand, the seeds of a dynamic new business culture revolving around new media, surfing and a Californian lifestyle are emerging. Bournemouth also has a well established gay scene comprising of a cluster of bars, restaurants and nightclubs around the Triangle in the centre of the town.
Owner Location Comment
Sandbanks is a small peninsula or spit (1km or 0.39 sq mi) crossing the mouth of Poole Harbor on the English Channel coast at Poole in Dorset, England. It is well-known for the highly regarded Sandbanks Beach and property value; Sandbanks has, by area, the fourth highest land value in the world. The Sandbanks and Canford Cliffs Coastline area has been dubbed as "Britain's Palm Beach" by the national media.
Sandbanks is connected to Studland by a chain ferry, the Sandbanks Ferry, which runs across the mouth of the harbor. The Sandbanks area of Poole Harbor (known as North Haven Lake) is widely used for water sports and by light marina craft. The north side is home to the Southern Headquarters of the Royal Yachting Association and an international sailing school.
There are exclusive homes both on Sandbanks and across the immediate region, stretching east from the Harbor to The Avenue (the eastern boundary of Poole). The adjacent areas of Lilliput, Branksome Park and Canford Cliffs, also have the largest concentration of expensive properties outside London. Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp is among many famous residents of the Sandbanks area. In 2005 a modest bungalow on the peninsula sold for three million pounds, despite its state of disrepair. The same bungalow, in the same condition, went on sale in 2007 for four million pounds, attracting further attention. Sandbanks' properties have been adversely affected by the Financial crisis of 2007–2009, with a significant fall in house prices across the area. However, in July 2009 a 1,393-square-metre (14,990 sq ft) empty plot of land on the peninsula was put up for sale for £13.5 million – the equivalent of nearly £10,000 per square metre.
Sandbanks is also home to three hotels, one of which is the historically important Haven Hotel, constructed in 1887 on the site of a previous hotel named the North Haven Inn which was built in 1838. The hotel was both the home and centre of wireless experiments by Guglielmo Marconi in the late 1890s, and was the third place in the world to boast a permanent wireless station (1899).
Views to the north extend across Poole Harbor and to Poole. To the south views extend across the English Channel and to the world heritage coastline of Studland and Swanage in the west.