Best Deals for Accommodation close to Ferries
BH15 1BP, Poole, 8 High Street
Situated on Poole Harbour quay, The Antelope is just a 10-minute drive from Sandbanks beach. With a 500 year history the hotel’s comfortable rooms also offer free Wi-Fi access. Still retaining part of the original... read more
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BH15 1RZ, Poole, Walking Fields Lane
Holiday Inn Express Poole is 20 minutes' walk from Poole's ferry port with connections to France and the Channel Islands. The hotel is less than 1.6 km away from Poole Rail Station and the restaurants... read more
£ 95.00View Rates
BH15 1RQ, Poole, Daniel Gardens. 5 Skinner Street.
Situated just 2 minutes' walk from Poole's historic Quay, the Quayside Close Holiday Apartments offer self-catering accommodation with free WiFi and free onsite parking. Each Quayside Close Holiday Apartment offers a living room with sofas... read more
£ 102.60View Rates
BH15 1JN, Poole, Thames Street, The Quay
With rooms offering fine Egyptian linen, handsprung beds, and plasma TVs, Hotel Du Vin Poole is just 10 minutes’ walk from Poole Harbour. Its French-style bistro serves the finest local produce, and guests can enjoy... read more
£ 119.00View Rates
BH15 1BT, Poole, High Street 44-46 High Street
Set 1.9 km from Poole Harbour, Latimer House offers accommodation and free WiFi in Poole. Some accommodation includes a kitchen with a dishwasher, living room, and a private bathroom with bath. Sandbanks is 5 km... read more
£ 121.00View Rates
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Home to more than 400,000 people, the town is one of the most populous in the region and has remained a cultural and economic hub for centuries. Poole Ferry Port is located 20 minutes walk from the town centre. The terminal can be found at New Harbour Road, Dorset, BH15 4AJ. Condor and Brittany ferries offer crossings to St Malo and Cherbourg in France, Guernsey and Jersey in the Channel Islands.
Convenient Transport Connections
No matter whether you’re in town for business or pleasure, you’ll find excellent transport links into and around Poole. The town has four train stations on the South Western Main Line, with regular connections provided by South West Trains. Connections to major towns and cities in the region leave regularly, with services to London Waterloo running at least twice an hour during peak times.
The town also has first-rate road links, with the A350 serving as the main arterial route for drivers. Coach services also pass through the town, including many services departing to and from London Victoria Coach Station.
Poole Harbour is also another critical transport hub for the region, with the port terminal providing ferry links and shipping channels for commercial haulage. In addition to fishing and trading vessels, passenger ferries depart from here with regular services to Cherbourg-Octeville in France and the Channel Islands.
Nearest railway station from Poole Ferry Terminal ?
The nearest train station is Poole Train Station. The rail station is well connected with London Waterloo and the rest of the UK. The site is about a 20 minute walk away from the rail station.
Bus and Coach Station
The Bus and Coach Station is situated at the Dolphin Centre, approx a 20-25 minutes walk from the terminal.
The Best Places to Stay
No matter how late you leave it to book, you’ll be amazed at the sheer variety of cheap rooms on offer in Poole, with many rooms just a short stroll from the coast of this historic port town. Feel inspired with front-row views of the Harbour when you stay at a hotel right on the bank of the estuary, or immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of local life with a stay in the town centre.
Affordable Accommodation and Premium Facilities
Whatever your reason for visiting Poole, you’ll have no trouble finding suitable accommodation that ticks every box on your checklist and ensures you come in right on budget. Visiting the town with the family on the first leg of your holiday?
Discover great discounts on large suites at family-friendly hotels with all the amenities you’ll need to keep the whole brood entertained. Travelling on a budget? Take your pick from a selection of comfortable hostel rooms that ensure great savings on no-frills stays in this popular seaside town.
If you’re in town on business, or stopping over before catching a ferry to your next port of call, opt for a stay in a corporate-focused hotel, with on site business centres and wireless connectivity to keep you updated on all the goings on at the office.
Directions by Car and Sat Nav postcode
From the West follow the A35 to Poole and then take A350 and follow signs to the port. From the East follow the A348 from Ferndown or the A35 from Bournemouth. Again when you reach Poole follow signs to Ferries.
If using a Satellite Navigation System to get to Poole Ferry Terminal you have to use postcode BH15 4AJ.
Nearby Tourist Attractions
Brownsea Island (Poole Harbour, BH13 7EE Dorset, England UK): largest of the islands in the harbour. It’s aw ildlife sanctuary containing one of the last red squirrel colonies in Britain. The island is owned by the National Trust is a fantastic place for all nature lovers.
Poole Harbour : one of the largest natural harbours in the world. You can go on different boat trips or watch yachts sail by.
Sandsbanks Ferry (Sandbanks, England): ferry service to Brownsea Island. Beaches on Sandbanks are beautiful and well maintained.
Old Lifeboat Museum (Old Lifeboat Museum and Shop, Fisherman’s Dock, England): interesting exhibition of the local lifeboat history, situated at the far end of the quay. There is a little shop and it’s free to enter.
Studland beach and Nature Reserve (Ferry Road, Studland, Poole England UK): stunning beach, safe swimming (ideal for children), sun-bathing, and great place to walk. Take a walk and enjoy the sweeping views of Bournemouth Bay and Poole Harbour.