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Bournemouth - De Vere VILLAGE
Village Hotel and Leisure Bournemouth, Wessex Fields, Deansleigh Road, Bournemouth,
For a relaxing family escape, we’ve got everything you need. Spacious air-conditioned bedrooms with sofa beds, fun activities for little ones, plus a Healthworks Spa and state-of-the-art leisure suite for grown-ups. There’s also a top choice of family-friendly places to eat and drink, with fantastic daily offers ensuring it’s great value. Conveniently located just 1 mile from Pokesdown rail station and just 2 and a half miles from Bournemouth international Airport VILLAGE Bournemouth is ideal for business and leisure travellers alike.
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One of the south coast's foremost seaside destinations, Bournemouth has a huge amount to offer visitors. From its reliably sunny climate and a fantastic range of seafront hotels in Bournemouth, to a host of sandy, clean beaches - it is a perfect UK holiday destination. Great shopping, buzzing bars and clubs also make it popular with people taking a weekend break staying in a Bournemouth hotel. For those who fancy a spot of natural history and fossil hunting, the Jurassic Coast to the west of Bournemouth is the UK's only World Heritage site, where the unique rock formations encompass over 180 million years of history.
Bournemouth grew as an attractive seaside town after being developed with tourism in mind during the 19th century. An upsurge in people looking to take advantage of supposed medicinal benefits of swimming in the sea and the clearer air of the coast saw Bournemouth become one of the first tourist towns. These days it is widely known for its sandy beach, situated adjacent to the town centre. Other beaches in the area, including Sandbanks in Poole and Shell Bay, are a little more secluded but very attractive for visitors staying at a hotel in Bournemouth.
Bournemouth also is home to Europe's first ever artificial surf reef, which - it is hoped - will help further develop the town's reputation as a viable surfing spot on this part of the south coast. Of course, other water sports such as body boarding, kayaking and sailing are a major draw for visitors to Bournemouth.
For a more relaxing approach to a stay in a Bournemouth hotel, there's a wide range of parks and gardens to explore, while a stroll from Boscombe to Bournemouth pier is a great way of checking out the much regenerated seafront.
Companies and businesses looking for a team away day or a destination for conferences will also be well catered for with some of the most modern meeting and training rooms in Bournemouth. Flexible training rooms offer access to the internet and other necessary audio visual aids as well as free flowing refreshments throughout the day.