Waters Reach

Guest Accommodation in Christchurch, Dorset

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59 Stour Road
BH23 1LN

Waters Reach, Christchurch

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Accommodation Description:

Waters Reach is one of the finest guest houses in Dorset. Conveniently situated less than 500 metres from Christchurch town centre and train station and with buses passing regularly you can enjoy a completely relaxing stay while you explore Dorset's beautiful beaches and scenery. Our luxury en suite rooms have to been seen to be believed and are available from just £45.00 per night including a mouth watering locally sourced breakfast.

Each room if fitted with digital television tea and coffee making facilities and has access to our free Wi-Fi service and of course free parking is available to all of our guests.

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From: £49.00

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