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Tudor Grange Hotel
31 Gervis Road
East Cliff

Bournemouth
Dorset

BH1 3EE | View map
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This Dorset Hotel provides accommodation in an excellent location, close to Bournemouth safe seaside beach, theatres, cinemas, restaurants, night clubs and shops of Bournemouth town centre.

Styled like a country house hotel with many pleasing features. The Hall, Lounge and Dining Room are panelled in beautiful old oak. The main stairway is an original "William and Mary" being 300 years old.

The Tudor Grange Hotel is one of the major long established bed and breakfast hotels in Bournemouth, and is a favourite hotel of the Bournemouth Tourism and tourist industry with an excellent reputation for quality and value. It is ideally placed for visiting the New Forest, Christchurch, Poole, Southampton and other holiday places of interest in Dorset and Hampshire.

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Double: From £30 (stanfard. low season)
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