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Mory House
31 Grand Avenue

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Mory House is ideally situated in a tree lined avenue just 200 yards from Southbournes cliff top with spectacular views from Poole Bay across to Hengisbury Head and the Isle of Wight .

The coastline boasts a 7 mile stretch of award winning beautiful sandy beaches which can be reached via a zig zag path or the cliff lift. The main shopping area, cafes, restaurants and pubs are also within a couple of minutes walk.

Mory House is a lovely Edwardian house which has been sympathetically renovated in 2005 to provide a beautiful home with many original features. Great care and attention to detail has been given to ensure that we offer surroundings for our guests that we would be delighted to stay in.

We have a large ground floor room which is particularly suitable for those less able. Each of our guest rooms have been tastefully decorated to a very high standard and are newly furnished with modern quality fittings, furnishings and flooring. All ensuite shower and bath rooms have new sanitary ware and tiling. All rooms have double glazing, central heating, colour televisions and either video or DVD player, tea and coffee making facilities and clock radio alarms. Friendly, relaxed atmosphere in beautifully furnished surroundings.


Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Person

Double: 25 - 33
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