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Welcome to The Waterside

Address: 22 Southern Road, Boscombe, BH6 3SR

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The Waterside is situated just 175 metres from a cliff-top overlooking Bournemouth’s 7 miles of sandy beaches. Bournemouth town centre can be reached in a 10-minute drive, and the B&B offers free Wi-Fi and free on-site private parking. The promenade can be reached via a path or lift, both of which are a 3-minute walk from The Waterside. Award-winning gardens can be found in Bournemouth town centre. Each bedroom in the 100-year-old property has an en suite bathroom, flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. A hearty full English breakfast is served in the cosy dining room, and many restaurants and cafés can be found in Bournemouth’s town centre or the local Southbourne High Street just 5 minutes' walk away.

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Kings Colleges - University

Kings Colleges - University

Distance 2.72 miles (4.35 km)
THE GROUP of schools, KINGS SCHOOLS UK, dates back to 1957 when Mr. Frederick King opened his school of English in Bournemouth. The Kings School Oxford was formed in 1980 and is located at Oxford, England. The School conducts a wide range of courses from short term courses to specialized long term academic programs. It is accredited by the British Accreditation Council for further and higher education. In addition, it is also a member of British Council for offering Language programs. The College offers intensive English language and examination courses, GCE A-level and University Foundation courses, and summer vacation courses.

Bournemouth Centre - Town Centre

Bournemouth Centre - Town Centre

Distance 3.02 miles (4.83 km)
Bournemouth became the popular holiday resort it is today when the eminent physician Dr Granville recommended its mild sunny climate for those with poor health. Until 1811 the area had been undeveloped until the local squire built a summer house there (where the Exeter hotel now stands). His investment was the beginning of a massive expansion of the resort and the town's population grew from only 695 to 59,000 in only 50 years. Few resorts can match its six miles of sandy beaches and magnificent 100 foot cliffs. Lifts and walks connect the beaches with the streets and there is an excellent range of sporting venues, cinemas, theatres, shops and restaurants.

Mudeford Quay - Dorset - Landmark

Mudeford Quay - Dorset - Landmark

Distance 3.3 miles (5.27 km)
Only two miles from Christchurch, Mudeford is a charming fishing village lying at the entrance to Christchurch Harbour, a mecca for water-sports enthusiasts and fishermen. The picturesque quay with its lobster pots, old fishermen's' cottages and Haven House Inn has been traditionally linked with smuggling over the centuries. Nowadays it is not only the centre of the local fishing industry, where fresh fish can be bought from the fish stall, but also a beautiful spot to sit and watch the world go by. Here you can catch the ferry to Mudeford Sandbank, a unique spit of land, which adjoins Hengistbury Head, forming a natural barrier between the harbour and the open sea. It is an ideal spot for a relaxing walk and is easily reached by ferry. Stanpit Marsh is a site of Special Scientific Interest and remains an amazingly unspoilt area of harbour wetlands, which is exceptionally good for the observation and study of winter visiting birds.