Take a load off at Bournemouth Beach
Stretching beneath a staggering line of cliffs, Bournemouth beach boasts its own unique micro-climate, with some of the warmest sea temperatures anywhere in the UK and incredible views of the coast of the Isle of White and the Purbecks. Whether you’ve come to stroll along the traditional seaside piers, chill out in a beach hut, or simply take in the breath-taking coastline, you’ll always take a little piece of Bournemouth beach home with you.
Get to know Bournemouth better
Known as one of the sunniest parts of England, Bournemouth is home to seven miles of blue-flag beaches, a potent maritime culture, a quintessential English pier, and everything else you could want from a charming British seaside town. With great opportunities for watersports, exciting events like Wheels Festival and the Christmas Gardens of Light, and great access to bucolic Dorset countryside, Bournemouth makes a wonderful destination for short breaks in the UK.
Welcome to Russell Coates
Russell Coates is one of the most intriguing and unique historic houses in England; a lavish Art Nouveau-style home overlooking the sea. Once owned by an affluent Victorian couple, the house was gradually filled with fascinating, beautiful objects picked up on their travels around the world, interspersed by magnificent pieces of British art.
Planning a trip to Bournemouth beach? Travelodge Bournemouth Seafront Hotel puts it right on your doorstep, and Travelodge Bournemouth Hotel is a 5-minute drive inland.