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POOLE HOLIDAYS

The Quay, the coast and culture

Visit Poole

A metropolitan town surrounded by beaches, Poole is packed with shops and eateries making it the ideal place for retail therapy. If it’s something closer to nature you’re after, there are lots of gorgeous beaches surrounding it, and a trip to Brownsea Island is a must. The Quay attracts many visitors to the town, Tower Park is an all-weather winner, and Poole Pottery shows off some fine examples of English homeware.

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The Plantation

The Plantation, a stylish Colonial-themed pub with rooms, is located between the popular seaside towns of Poole and Bournemouth, providing a comfortable base for every kind of visitor.

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Things to do in Dorset

Before heading off on your Dorset holiday, we’d really suggest planning your trip - because there is so much to do that you wouldn’t want to miss out on! We’ve put together our suggested things to do covering activities all over the county, including the stunning Jurassic Coast and its beaches, the wonderful attractions for families, the various wonderful walking routes, and more…

Interactive map of Dorset

Dorset is a beautiful county, featuring a mix of coastal and rural locations, found in the South West of England on the English Channel coast. Dorset shares its four borders with the counties of Devon which is to the west, Somerset to the north-west, Wiltshire to the north-east, and Hampshire to the east. Use our map of Dorset above to discover the perfect location for your holiday in Dorset.

An entertaining escape

Packed with something to suit everyone and every type of weather, you’ll never be bored in Poole. The Quay draws many visitors, with pleasure cruises and harbour tours leaving its shores daily, and Poole Pottery posing as a landmark of the town.

Tower Park’s indoor water park Splashdown is a fantastically fun way to spend the day, whilst also on the complex you’ll find a cinema, bowling and a selection of restaurants.

The town itself is packed with high street shops and eateries, making it a hotspot for retail therapy on the south coast. It’s also filled with bars, so the nightlife is certainly worth checking out.

Enjoy a drink on the harbourside, take a trip over to Brownsea Island, or head to one of the many local beaches nearby; Poole really has something for all.

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