Dean Park Inn

Inn in Bournemouth, Dorset

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41 Wimbourne Road
Bournemouth
Dorset
England
BH2 6NB

Dean Park Inn, Bournemouth

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The Dean Park Inn is situated on the A347 roughly 1/2 a mile outside of Bournemouth town centre. We offer a traditional pub atmosphere with two separate bar areas. Our public bar area offers pool, darts and two flat screen televisions, showing Sky sports.

The other is a quieter, comfortable restaurant area with an open fire place and relaxing atmosphere; it can also double up as a private function area for buffets, birthday parties and get togethers. We offer a good variety of home cooked food in both the public and the restaurant area with a daily specials board and seasonal promotions. The Dean Park Inn also offers 12 en-suite bedrooms for overnight visits or longer stays in beautiful Bournemouth and has an ample sized car park to the front of the building.

All in all, if you like a traditional English pub you will love The Dean Park Inn.

 3 star rating

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