There are plenty of places to stay dotted all over town, whether it’s a period hotel or a cosy family-run B&B you are sure to find the perfect place to stay in Poole. Here’s a few suggestions:
Rockley Park Holiday Park
If you’re looking for a seaside getaway where you can try new experiences and learn new things, Rockley Park Holiday Park is the place for you. With their very own sailing school and water sports centre, indoor and outdoor pools linked by a SplashZone, and a climbing wall to have a go on, you already know that there’s plenty of excitement just waiting for you. This fun-packed park is located on Poole Harbour, right next to a wonderful nature reserve.
Hotel Du Vin
Situated just off Poole Quay in the heart of the Old Town, Hotel du Vin & Bistro offers the perfect combination of a stunning location and our unique and renowned style of hospitality. Featuring 38 stunning individually designed rooms and suites, a trademark bistro serving classing French dishes with a British twist, a cosy bar area, intriguing Laroche wine tasting cellar, and outside courtyard terrace for alfresco dining.
Newly refurbished in March 2018, Cranborne House is situated at the end of a quiet leafy pedestrian cul de sac, and is a locally listed 'Old House' of Poole, circa mid to late 1800's boasting many original Victorian features such as its beautiful cast iron veranda. It is in close walking distance to the train and bus stations, Poole Speedway Stadium, the Lighthouse Theatre, the local hospital, the Dolphin Shopping Centre and the Quay as well as a short drive to the ferry terminal.
Cranborne House offers beautifully furnished 'room only' accommodation in this non-smoking home with 1 twin and 1 family room (sleeps 3) located on the ground floor and 3 double rooms on the first floor. All rooms have private en-suites with luxury bath and shower.