: Exeter International Airport
: Condor Ferries Ltd
: Swanage Railway
: Bournemouth Beach
: Meyrick Park Golf Course
A short walk from the property and guests will find themselves in the heart of Bournemouth, home to an array of attractions and activities to keep visitors of all ages occupied. Take a stroll along the piers and promenade or lose yourself in the Victorian gardens which host events and exhibitions throughout the year.
For a birds’ eye view of the striking coastline and surrounding countryside take a flight on the Bournemouth Balloon or keep your feet firmly on the ground by shopping amongst the boutiques. After a busy day spend an evening treating your taste buds to an array of cafes and restaurants or take in a show at the Bournemouth International Centre or the Pier Theatre.
Take time to also explore the surrounding area with many natural highlights including the New Forest National Park and the Jurassic Coast, home to stunning coastal formations and the iconic Durdle Door. You could also take a day trip to Portsmouth and visit the war ships at the historic dockyard. For those looking to invest be sure to visit Sandbanks, a small peninsula off Poole harbour, which by area has the fourth highest land value in the world.
If all the fresh sea air and discovery has got your taste buds going then on the top floor of the Studland Dene development is the Edge restaurant and bar. With elevated views along the Jurassic Coast it’s the perfect place treat that special someone to a special meal in a truly special setting.