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What to do in Poole

About Poole

The coastal town of Poole is the world’s second-biggest natural harbour. In fact, in the 1700s, the city was one of the most active ports in the country. Later on, in 1944, the port played a role in D-Day landings. Today, it functions as a ferry terminal to mainland Europe. Book a hotel in Poole close to Sandbanks, one of the best beaches in England. Or, you can opt to stay near Poole Harbour if you’re keen to harness the wind, go for a ride on a motorboat or paddle in the water. A large part of the harbour is fringed by nature reserves that protect the delicate ecosystem in the sandy coastline and habitats of deer and birds.

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What to see in Poole

Families with smaller children can book a hotel near the harbour or the ferry terminal. It offers easy and convenient access to Hamworthy Park at the Poole Harbour. It is quieter than the Blue Flag-designated Sandbanks and has a narrow stretch of beach. However, the water is gentle for smaller kids and ideal for beginners of windsurfing and kitesurfing. Revel in the sensational view of Arne Peninsula, Purbeck Hills and Brownsea Island from the beach.

History lovers will want to stay close to Hartland Moore National Reserve, the home of Corfe Castle. Explore the model village and then go on a heritage steam railway ride meandering through Purbeck Hills all the way to Swanage. You can also find a cheap hotel close to Poole Park, which is a short walk from Poole Quay, where you’ll enjoy water sports on the lake, soft play, play areas, ice rink and crazy golf. Take a trip to Compton Acres, home to beautifully manicured gardens. Explore the 5 themed private gardens: heather garden, rock and water garden, Japanese garden, maturely wooded valley and an Italian garden.

Where to stay in Poole

Find deals on hotels located in Poole Old Town, where some of the best restaurants, pubs, cafés and bars are located. Once you find the hotel you like, book online on eDreams. That way, when you arrive in Poole, you can quickly settle in and explore the town. Travel to the urban villages of Penn Hill and Ashley Cross, which are also great for eating out and enjoying a holiday far from the madding crowd. Stay in a hotel, apartment or hostel located in these villages. On the other hand, culture lovers can book their accommodation in the vicinity of The Lighthouse on Kingsland Road. It is the biggest regional arts centre outside of London. Take delight in live shows, events, theatre and exhibitions.

In case you’re seeking beachside accommodation, look for the best price hotel in Sandbanks and its immediate vicinity. Find an attractive hotel offer near this sandy spit, situated at the northern entrance of the harbour. The beach is protected by groynes from tides, keeping the waves low and safe. Visiting other attractions, like Poole Quay promenade, Upton Country Park, Shell Bay and Old Lifeboat Museum at Fisherman’s Dock, from Sandbanks is convenient and easy.

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