Carlton Club Apartments UK

Check in date:
29th December 2024
2 bedrooms
6 people

Carlton Club Apartments

New Year week!

Carlton Club Apartments are part of the reputable Best Western Hotels in the popular holiday resort of Bournemouth, Dorset, on the south coast of England.

Bournemouth is an excellent holiday destination for people of all ages and the Carlton Club boasts the perfect location on the East Cliff in Bournemouth. The clifftop hotel offers breath-taking views across the Solent and Bournemouth’s 7-mile sandy beach, the Isle of Wight to the east and Old Harry’s Rock in the west. The beach and a wide variety of leisure activities are literally at your doorstep and with the town centre a short walk away comes an excellent choice of restaurants, bars, museums, theatres and the Bournemouth International Centre (B.I.C) providing live concerts and shows.

The beautiful Carlton Club Hotel offers 18 elegantly furnished one and two-bedroom timeshare apartments within the Best Western Bournemouth Carlton complex. Owners and guests can relax in the stylish apartments providing excellent amenities for your comfort, including spacious lounge and living area offering delightful views, fully-equipped kitchen for self-catering purposes, double and twin beds with extra soft linen, TV and free Wi-Fi access. Additional benefits include, a free parking space, room and maid service, free leisure facilities including the indoor and outdoor pools as well as 20% discounts in the hotel’s restaurant and bar. For those wishing to keep fit on holiday, try working up a sweat in the gym and unwind in the sauna. Indulge in pampering treatments in Best Western Spa, the professional beauticians offer rejuvenating massages, facials and manicures.

The seaside town of Bournemouth is famous for its award-winning beaches including Hengitsbury Head and Sandbanks, beautifully maintained town gardens and superb leisure facilities. Take a stroll around the famous Sandbanks peninsula with views toward Poole Harbour where you can sit and watch the most spectacular sunsets of an evening. Bournemouth attracts visitors from all over the world to discover the fascinating nearby historical sites and stunning places, including the Jurassic Coast. Picturesque villages nestled in the lush green countryside where free roaming ponies and donkeys await in the beautiful New Forest.

You really are spoilt for choice when visiting Bournemouth, there are so many attractions and all-year-round entertainment to satisfy all visitors interests. The first attraction to catch your eye upon your arrival must be the famous landmark, The Bournemouth Pier. The wooden bridge was officially opened to the public in the year 1880 and today attracts millions of visitors every year to admire the stunning coastal and sea views. Next to the Bournemouth Pier step into the Oceanarium for an exciting encounter with sharks, sting-rays, and the friendly penguins. Enjoy seeing hundreds of different species of marine and wildlife from all over the world and watch as adorable otters play in and out of the water.

Art enthusiasts will love the Russell-Cotes House, Garden and Gallery Museum situated on the cliff-top near the Carlton Club. In 1901, Merton Russell-Cotes presented the splendid house to his wife as a Birthday gift and today, there are over 1,000 art displays and beautiful ornaments the couple collected on their travels around the world.

Bournemouth town centre offers a charming mixture of beautiful gardens, old churches, and a great selection of shops, restaurants and bars lining both sides of “The Square” situated in the centre of the town. Most of the attractions and facilities are within walking distance from the Carlton Club.

Catch the bus to take a tour to the old sea town of Swanage, on the way, cross the chain-ferry boat from Sandbanks to the beautiful Isle of Purbeck. Pass through traditional stone-built villages nestled within the countryside. Swanage holds excellent music festivals throughout the summer months, but do not leave before trying their delicious Purbeck ice-creams.

A short drive from Bournemouth, visitors can enjoy a great day out exploring the historical city of Salisbury and visit the tallest Cathedral spire in the UK and a surviving original Magna Carta. Around 45-minutes drive take a day trip to Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove to drink in the spectacular sea views and fascinating Lulworth Castle, host to International summer festivals.

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