Best Deals for Budget Friendly Accommodation
BH15 1TN, Poole, 71 Kingland Road
Parkside Bed no Breakfast in Poole offers simple accommodation on the Dorset coast. No breakfast is provided, but Parkside’s clean and comfortable rooms are located close to many local cafés and have tea and coffee... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
BH14 0LU, Poole, 109 North Road
With a private garden and terrace, this large Edwardian property offers guests spacious bedrooms and free Wi-Fi, just 10 minutes’ drive from the award-winning beaches of Sandbanks. Poole Quay Ferry Landing is only a 10-minute... read more
£ 58.50View Rates
BH13 7LH, Poole, 47 Haven Road
Situated on a hilltop, just a short walk from Poole Harbour, the hotel is above the Loch Fyne Restaurant on Haven Road. It offers a wide-ranging menu, with fresh seafood delivered daily. The picturesque beaches... read more
£ 82.50View Rates
BH15 1HD, Poole, The Quay
Situated on Poole Quay, this modern hotel overlooks Poole Harbour. Thistle Poole is a family-friendly hotel with 2 bars, a spacious terrace and an award-winning restaurant. The bedrooms all have Wi-Fi access, tea/coffee facilities and... read more
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
BH15 1HZ, Poole, West Quay Road RNLI College
RNLI College is located in Poole in the Dorset region, 2 km from Poole Harbour. 5 km from Sandbanks, the property is also 3.8 km away from Brownsea Island Nature Reserve. The property is set... read more
BH16 5NJ, Poole, 31A Dorchester Road, Upton
The White House Bed and Breakfast is situated in Upton, just a 10-minute drive from Poole centre. The organic, locally sourced B&B offers homemade cakes and modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. The bright bedrooms each... read more
£ 95.70View Rates
BH137QL, Poole, 161 Banks Road
Situated on the Sandbanks Peninsula of Poole Harbour, this elegant hotel features a leisure centre, 2 AA rosette restaurants and panoramic views of Poole Bay. There is also free WiFi and a beauty spa. The... read more
£ 111.60View 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
BH13 7PS, Poole, 15 Banks Road, Sandbanks
With direct access to a Blue Flag beach, this modern hotel provides spectacular views over the famous Sandbanks. It offers free Wi-Fi and has an award-winning restaurant, water sports and leisure club. The rooms feature... read more
£ 120.60View Rates
BH13 7LW, Poole, 73 Haven Rd
With scenic views across Poole Harbour, this hotel offers boutique rooms, an award-winning restaurant and stylish cocktail bar. Poole Ferry Terminal is 15 minutes away by car. The rooms at FJB Collection - Harbour Heights... read more
£ 155.91View Rates
Why Stay Here ?
The harbour is the largest natural one in Europe, and the second largest in the world after Sydney, but it fell out of use in the 19th century as ships became larger during the Industrial Revolution, and its waters were no longer deep enough. Consequently the town’s prosperity began to decline, until it was revived by tourism in the 20th century.
During the Second World War it was one of the departure points for the D-Day landings in Normandy. The headquarters of the RNLI are based in the town and visitors can tour the lifeboat station on the quay.
There are plenty of things to see and do in Poole and the surrounding area. The conservation area of the town, where the hospital was originally sited in a Victorian building, is an interesting place to explore on foot. Here visitors will find the town’s museum with its stunning modern entrance leading into a converted 19th century warehouse.
The museum illustrates the history of the area and its people, as well as that of important buildings such as the hospital. Adjacent to the museum are the medieval town cellars where an extensive archive of local history is stored.
A walk around the busy Quay area is always interesting and if visitors are lucky they might see the elegant structure of the Twin Sails Lifting Bridge opening to let a boat or yacht through into the harbour. Boats leave from the Quay to go and see Brownsea Island.
The three miles of beach and seafront are popular destinations throughout the year whether for walking, swimming, sunbathing or taking part in water sports. The beaches, including Sandbanks, have golden sand and are patrolled regularly to keep them clean and safe. In the town centre there are plenty of shopping opportunities, such as the Dolphin centre, as well as the famous Poole Pottery.
The holiday resort of Bournemouth can easily be reached as well. Bournemouth boasts a large selection of seafront hotels and cheap bed and breakfast accommodations.
Budget Places to Stay near Harbour, Quay and Seafront
Visitors looking for low budget accommodation and cheap hotels in the town centre and surrounding area will find plenty of options including reasonable priced b&b’s, apartments for rent and chain hotels offering good discounts for bed and breakfast rooms. Some two and three star hotels can be found in converted Victorian family homes close to many attractions, harbour and seafront.
These properties offer comfortable and children friendly accommodation, many making a feature of using local produce for their bed and breakfast deals. Popular in Poole is aslo staying for the night close the General Hospital. Rest assured, plenty of affordable places to stay can be found nearby as well.
Many particularly good value B&B’s can be found in the suburbs of the town on the local bus routes. As well as searching for cheap hotels don’t forget to look for deals in campsites, holiday homes, inns, and caravan parks along the local coastline.
Hotels near Poole Quay
Situated on the Quay is modern Thistle. It overlooks the Harbour and provides bedrooms with Wi-Fi access, tea/coffee facilities and a private bathroom. Some guest rooms also have scenic harbour views. The Poole Quay Ferry terminal is a short walk from Thistle hotel. The ferry port offers connections to France and the Channel Islands.
Looking for a cheap place to stay ?
An excellent cheap place to stay is budget 2 star Quarterdeck Hotel. This great value for money establishment offers budget accommodation with free Wi-Fi. Nearby Poole Park features tennis courts and bowling green’s. The ferry service to France and the Channel Islands is within easy reach of the hotel.
General Hospital BH15 2JB
Poole Hospital is a NHS Foundation Trust Hospital. It’s located on Longfleet Road (part of the B3068 road), just below St Mary’s Church, in the Longfleet area of Poole approximately 0.5 miles (0.80 km) from the town centre.
Address Poole Hospital : Longfleet Rd, Dorset BH15 2JB, United Kingdom
Seaside resort town
Location : this seaside resort city is located in the south-western part of the country. Bournemouth International Airport is less than 10 miles away.
A regular coach service runs from town to Heathrow Airport and central London with connections to Gatwick Airport.
Region : South West England
County : Dorset
The Greyhound Stadium – Poole Stadium
(Poole Greyhounds, Wimborne Road, Dorset, BH15 2BP)
Stadium for dog racing situated right in the heart of town. The ground is also known as the Wave 105 Stadium.
Also home ground of Poole Pirates, a motorcycle speedway team.
((Off) School Lane, Oakdale, Dorset BH15 3JR)
Home ground of Poole Town Football Club. The nickname of the team is The Dolphins and home colours are red and white.
The County Ground
(The County Ground, Blandford Close, Hamworthy, Dorset BH15 4BF)
Home ground of Hamworthy United Football Club (H.U.F.C.). Team’s nickname is the Hammers.