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The Cedars

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Very Good 4/5 Score from 2 reviews

The apartment

Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 5

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed

The apartment is located on the second floor of an elegant Edwardian building which has been converted to ten apartments. Its high ceilings, generous room sizes, large windows and generally southerly aspect, provide the rooms with a light and spacious feel. The apartment is comfortably furnished and well equipped, whilst the ensuite shower room and separate bathroom provide added convenience for a great family holiday on the south coast.

The location provides an excellent base for your holiday and with convenient access to local facilities on foot and excellent public transport links nearby mean a car is not necessary but one is recommended to obtain maximum flexibility during your stay. There really is so much to do and see offering something for everyone. Whether simply enjoying the miles of glorious award winning sandy beaches and attractions of Bournemouth, exploring the delights of the New Forest, or venturing a little further away,

Size Sleeps up to 5, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Eastcliff 500 m
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 50 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Bournemouth International 7 km, Nearest railway: Bournemouth 500 m
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 5
Other High chair
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Light, spacious and sunny south facing lounge/dining area with laminate flooring.

The lounge has comfortable seating for five provided by a leather sofa and a sofa bed (sleeps one). There is also a television and DVD player. The dining area has a table and seating for five.

A separate kitchen leads directly off long/dining area. The kitchen has oven hob, fridge-freezer, washing machine, microwave, toaster, coffee maker etc. It is well equipped with utensils and crockery and glasses..

A hallway leads from the entrance door down a short set of stairs to the sleeping area of the apartment which comprises two double bedrooms (one with twin beds and one double). One bedroom with en suite shower room with shower cubicle, basin and WC. There is a separate bathroom with shower over the bath, basin and WC.

Further details

Rental rates shown may be varied at the advertiser's discretion.

Rental rates are for 5 people (maximum 4 adults due to sleeping arrangements). Discounts may apply to smaller groups and rentals longer than 1 week.

Rental periods and arrival day are flexible depending on time of year and other bookings

The rental rates includes gas/electricity and water and cleaning prior to arrival and after departure.

Towels and bed linen are not included in the price but can be provided at an extra charge of £8.50 per person.

A high chair and cot (excluding bedding) can be provided at an extra charge of £15.

The Dorset region

Beyond the beaches, attractions, nightlife, shops and gardens of Bournemouth there are many other things to do on a day trip out and within just a short journey of Bournemouth.

The following provides an idea of some of the locations which can be reached within an hour's drive/train journey of the apartment. There are many others!

Weymouth and Portland is the base for the 2012 Olympic sailing events.

Thomas Hardy Country and the Jurassic coast - beautiful scenery, historic Dorchester, fantastic coastline and fossils.

Christchurch - historic priory town and Mudeford harbour.

Lymington - splendid Georgian town with marina.

The New Forest National Park - unique character with pretty villages, charming thatched cottages, wonderful rural pubs, gentle streams and hundreds of acres of woods and open moor/heathland to explore on foot, horseback, or bicycle. See how many types of animals (donkeys, cattle, sheep, pigs, ponies, deer) you can spot as they roam freely through the countryside. Take a picnic, pick a quiet spot and enjoy a relaxing time away from the stresses of modern life. This really is a gem of the English countryside.

Moors Valley Country Park -. woodland walks, nature and wildlife trails and "Go Ape" hire wire and rope swing obstacle course -

Beaulieu House and Motor Museum - An amazing collection of classic, vintage and sports cars as well as a beautiful palace house and garden - The quaint New Forest village of Beaulieu is worth a visit as well - join the donkies for some shopping in the charming gift shops!

Paulton's Park family theme park with over 60 rides and attractions including Peppa Pig world

Tower Park Poole leisure complex with ten pin bowling, cinemas and more including Splashdown water park

Splashdown Poole - Indoor water park with pools, rides and flumes

Brownsea Island - managed by the National Trust and one of the last remaining homes of the red squirrell in England.

Bovington Tank Museum ,Wareham, Dorset - history of tanks, tank crews and tank warfare with displays and exhibitions -

Monkey World, Wareham, Dorset- chimpanzee rescue centre -

Sanbanks - A beautiful sandy beach and chain ferry to Studland, with some of the most expensive properties in the world this area of the south coast includes homes of some of the rich and famous - can you spot any on a day trip out?

Swanage - including nearby historic Corfe Castle and travel back in time with a trip on the steam railway.

Southampton - West Quay Shopping, the Mayflower theatre (often with West End shows on tour), cruise liners and the new Titanic Museum

Portsmouth historic dockyard including HMS Victory and Warrior and the Mary Rose


Salisbury with its magnificent Cathedral (the tallest spire in England) and the Stonehenge World Heritage Site

The Isle of Wight is only a short boat trip away with regular ferry crossings from Southampton and Lymington and pleasuer boat trips from Bournmeouth to the Needles during the summer season.


Bournemouth is situated on the south coast of England and enjoys a mild climate. On average in the summer months it has 20% more sunshine, 32% less rain and 10% higher peak temperatures than the national average. Summer maximum temperatures are usually pleasantly warm with an average around 8 hours of sunshine per day. This makes it ideal location for an amazing choice of outdoor as well as indoor leisure activities throughout the year. For more information see eg

Bournemouth has something for everyone and appeals to all ages. Local activities include: Swimming, tennis, walking, cycling, sailing, fishing, surfing, horse riding, golf, wind surfing, ten pin bowling, cinema and many more being just a short drive away!

Bournemouth has a great range and choice of shops, bars, restaurants and nightclubs with something on offer for all tastes and budgets.

The apartment is conveneiently located close to the beach between the peirs at Boscombe and Bournemouth. This section of sandy beach offers a much quieter area than the busier beaches closer to the pier and also allows BBQ's on the beach late afternoon and evening (check the times on the boards) . A great way for your family evening meal, relaxing on the beach watching the sun go down. It's a perfect location for taking a traditional family holiday by the sea with promenades, piers, crazy golf and amusement arcades and enjoying Bournemouth's award winning beaches. There is a vast range of attractions in the area, far too many to list, but and here are a few suggestions:

Bournemouth Oceanarium - aquarium and sea life centre - for more information and advance bookings

Snowtrax - skiing and snowboarding centre with tuition and ski-bobs and ringos - great fun for all ages -

Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) and Bournemouth Pavillion - concerts, operas, ballets, shows, and more -

Friday night free firework displays over the beach and sea during the summer season

Surfing - lessons and expert tuition and equipment hire (boards and suits) is provided on the beach just a short walk away.

Bournemouth gardens, just a few minutes walk from the shops and bars of the town centre beautiful flowers, crazy golf, tennis courts and bandstand with free music concerts throughout the summer.

Bournemouth Eye - A tethered ballon ride flying from the Lower Gardens giving fantastic views over the town and beautiful coastline -

Bournemouth Air Festival - 3 day air festival featuring an amazing range of aircraft and displays over the sea. Free of charge but subject to weather -

For more information on places to go, places to eat and for things to see and do in Bournemouth and the surrounding area go to the Bournemouth tourism website - www.

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10 Aug 2014


"Smart and comfortable, near the beach"

Smart and comfortable accommodation for a family of four. The owners were very helpful and the flat is well equipped internally, with off street parking. Please remember this is a second floor flat wi… More

Hi Ian. Thanks for taking the time to write the review. Hope you had a great time.


25 Sep 2013


"Nice appartment, walking distance to beach."

A very nice appartment located roughly halfway between Bournemouth and Boscombe town centres. A short walk to the beach was very useful meaning we could leave the car parked off the road. Breakfast at the Premier Inn next door was also popular with the children as they ate free. The only negative aspect would be the local area that was run down in some parts.Any issues with the accomodation were addressed very quickly by the owners. Nearest supermarket about half a mile away toward Boscombe.

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Richard T.

  • 2 Years listed

30% Response rate

Calendar last updated:29 Aug 2014

Based in United Kingdom

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