Heathlands Hotel

A Hotel in Bournemouth, Dorset

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Grove Road, East Cliff

Heathlands Hotel, Bournemouth

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Accommodation Description:

The Britannia Heathlands Hotel is located on the exclusive East Cliff, within easy walking distance to the cosmopolitan town centre and golden sandy beaches. The hotel is justly proud of its reputation for fine cuisine and friendly attentive staff. The hotel has a lovely south facing garden.

All the bedrooms are equipped with welcome trays and direct dial telephone. The renowned Pavilion Restaurant offers a good selection of pan European dishes. Guests can use the swimming pool at a sister hotel located nearby.

3 star rating

From: £35.00

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