Blue Shutters

Guest Accommodation in Poole, Dorset

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109 North Road
BH14 0LU

Blue Shutters, Poole

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Accommodation Description:

The Blue Shutters is an Edwardian guest house with free off-road parking offering a range of en-suite accommodation all with TV Refreshment Tray iPod dock Wi-Fi. Convenient for visiting the award-winning beaches of Sandbanks and Bournemouth Poole town quay park and ferries Lighthouse Theatre and Poole Speedway. Within a short walk to Ashley Cross Village with cafes bars restaurants and bistros and live music venue Mr Kyps.

The stunning scenery of Studland and Swanage the purbecks the Jurassic coast and the new Forest are close by. The famous nature reserve of Brownsea Island is just a short ferry ride away or enjoy a river cruise to the scenic town of Wareham. We serve a Full English Breakfast.

 4 star rating

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