Cosmopolitan Bournemouth enjoys its reputation as a vibrant regional centre for leisure, entertainment, culture and recreation. With an impressive Victorian architectural heritage and beautiful manicured gardens accentuated by magnificent, mature pine trees, the blend of modern day living and historic splendour makes this popular resort town a sought after place in which to live.View Homes
Just a short walk from the famous sandy beach, Bournemouth town centre has a pedestrianised high street with a mix of department stores, well known fashion brands, high street shops and independent boutiques. A canopied walkway in Westover Road known locally as ‘Bournemouth’s Bond Street’ plays host to a range of shops selling designer labels, art and jewellery. Castlepoint, one of the UK’s largest shopping parks in nearby Castle Lane West, provides an outdoor mall retail experience to suit every lifestyle and throughout Bournemouth’s suburbs, you’ll find boutiques and brasseries lining the arcades and avenues, as well as a bustling café culture.
With seven miles of golden sandy beaches and a famous pier, Bournemouth is a renowned seaside resort destination and the leisure sector is well catered for with numerous facilities serving both residents and visitors alike. The clean beaches and calm seas promote open water swimming as a popular pastime for all ages, but if the water is a bit chilly, leisure centres, golf courses, bowling greens, tennis courts, and swimming pools are all available inland. At a more leisurely pace, Bournemouth has over 2,000 acres of parks and gardens for people to explore, taking in the clean air or simply enjoying Bournemouth in bloom during the summer months.
For night owls looking for an eclectic vibe, the lively Bournemouth Triangle is the place to go to enjoy international cuisine, live music, the arts, culture and a thriving nightlife. Visitors can enjoy several fine restaurants, bespoke bars selling craft beers or dance the night away in any one of a number of nightclubs. Bournemouth has a growing reputation as an international venue hosting a wide range of acts, events and concerts throughout the year not least the widely acclaimed Air Festival held over four days in late summer and the Arts by the Sea Festival held in Autumn.
The A338/A31 is a short drive from The Wessex with Dorchester to the west about 24 miles away and Salisbury to the north about 25 miles away. Bournemouth Station can be reached in about 7 minutes by car where London Waterloo can be reached in about 2 hours by train. Bournemouth Airport is only 7.5 miles away and can be arrived at in 15 minutes by car with onward flights to up to 25 European destinations.View Homes
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