Branksome Wood House
We love beds and breakfast ... so we enjoy offering our guests a comfy bed and a great breakfast! We also like people, keep the place clean & tidy and look forward to welcoming visitors to our home. We hope you will consider staying with us when you plan your visit.
We are located in a unique wooded conservation area with access to Branksome Chine and a pleasant 20 minute stroll to Branksome Beach. Yet just 2 miles from the bustling centres of Bournemouth and Poole Towns.
Relax in our indoor leisure area and look forward to a hearty aga cooked breakfast.
Clean and comfortable ensuite rooms, with a friendly and laid back welcome contact us now! We also provide cheaper room only rates, check out our tariff.
Genuine Customer Reviews
'What a special place, you have made us all so welcome, nothing was too much trouble' -- Debra T Nottingham
' We travel all over the world, this place is the most unique mix of hospitality, atmosphere, warmth & kindness' -- Ingrid D, Belgium
'Thank you for making us so welcome, It's like home from home … but better' Anne & Tim G Australia
'A fantastic place to stay in beautiful surroundings, the best breakfast in the world, will return for sure' Pauline & Chris Newcastle
'Your lovely home will always evoke Anne's wedding day and your smile too'AM France
'Very nice setting, excellent breakfast and welcoming hosts' David Blunkett MP London
Superior Double Room with en suite shower & bath £125 per room per night with breakfast
Doube/Twin Room with en suite bath/shower £100 per room per night with breakfast
Single Room with en suite wet room £60 per room per night with breakfast
Double en suite Room only £80 per room per night
Single en suite Room only £50 per room per night
Please note that we do not accept credit cards, cash or cheque only.
Discover Poole ….
A superb destination with sites reminiscent of Sydney. Poole's stunning natural harbour complete with five unique islands and striking peninusula is the largest in Europe.
A haven for sailors, wildlife and the latest water sports craze, Poole boasts Britain's best beach - Sandbanks, awarded more Blue Flags than any other UK resort and is the gateway to the world heritage Jurassic Coast. The superb environment is rivalled only by its summer events and contemporary alfresco fine dining scene with fabulous harbour views which add to the lively continental atmosphere.
Much of the town's rich history is visible on the Quay, one of Poole's major tourist attractions. The Cockle Trail guides visitors around the old town's mix of Georgian and Medieval buildings bringing to life Poole's romantic seafaring history.
Poole is well provided with amenities, including covered shopping centres, the largest centre for the Arts outside London, Lighthouse, free interactive museum, world renowned Poole Pottery and new attraction, Eileen Soper's Illustrated Worlds where literary characters including The Famous Five come to life. Or for the more energetic try the four indoor sports centres and Tower Park complex which includes a 10 screen cinema, ten pin bowling and exhilarating water rides plus a huge choice of restaurants.
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This page was last updated: 10 November 2015