The Accommodation is located within an 'owner occupied' modern terraced house in the harbourside development of Baiter Park, in Poole. It is a ground floor Double Bedroom with en-suite shower / WC (totaling 120sq ft). Towels are included, as are duvets, pillows and bed linen. There is also a hair dryer for use of the guests.
It is two minutes level walk from Harbourside Park and ten minutes from the bars, restaurants and shops of Poole Quay, Marina and the historic Old Town.
Guests have Access to:-
The kitchen, The Lounge/Dining Room with comfortable modern furnishings and Cable TV, DVD, Radio\CD, WiFi and access to printer if required.
Within the price, guests are welcome to help themselves to breakfast cereals, bread, butter, marmalade etc and to tea; coffee; sugar and milk. Other food, wine and beer can be used on the basis of compensation or replacement.
The (80sq ft) fitted kitchen is a well equipped with a gas cooker; fridge; microwave and a dishwasher. An electric kettle, toaster, crockery and cutlery are also provided. Should you wish to do some serious cooking with your own ingredients, there are plenty of pots and pans, You are welcome to use the herbs spices and condiments from the cupboards.
There is a washer/dryer for laundry plus ironing board and iron available.
At the rear is a private courtyard garden with patio table and chairs. A shed houses a freezer and a folding rotary washing line. There is also a hanging facility with a heater for drying outdoor clothing.
The property is no smoking but pets are accepted by arrangement.
The area is residential and thus quiet. Guests are requested to respect this in their use the property, particularly in their comings and goings and use of the courtyard. Parking Is available. NB. due to a local covenant, commercial vehicles or 'marked vans' are not permitted
The Bus Station is just a 10minute walk away with frequent services across Poole and Bournemouth or West to Swanage and the Jurassic Coast.
The railway station is 15 minutes walk and connects to London approximately 2 hours away
The Town Centre, 10-minutes walk away, offers a pedestrianized High Street with a Thursday street market. It leads via Falkland Square to the Dolphin Centre, a large two storey undercover shopping mall with all the typical high street stores.
Sainsburys and Aldi Supermarkets are within 5-minutes walk.
Poole Quay is only a flat 10 minute walk away and during the summer months.offers boat trips to Brownsea Island, Bournemouth, Swanage and the Isle of Wight. During the summer there are evening events on the Quay with family entertainment and fireworks.
The Old Town can be explored via its narrow streets and walkways that lead off the Quay. Here you will find small antique shops and museums as well as restaurants and cafes. The area around St James’s Church and Market Street bears witness to Poole’s mercantile past.
The famous Poole Pottery and Purbeck Pottery shops are to be found adjacent to the Quay.
Poole Park and boating lake is a few minutes walk through the pedestrian underpass linking it to Harbourside Park.
The Lighthouse (Poole Arts Centre) complex with it’s cinema, theatre, concert hall, and café, is only a 10-minutes walk, as is the Dolphin Swimming Pool.
Poole’s renowned 'Blue Flag' sandy beaches are less than 4 miles by car, through Poole Park and around the beautiful Poole Harbour. The beaches of Studland can be accessed by the Sandbanks Chain Ferry and for the more adventurous there is a nationally renowned naturist section!
The location also provides a good base for exploring the Purbecks or the New Forest. Cyclists and walkers are very welcome with specialist routes maps available from Tourist Office on Quay.
The environs of Poole and Bournemouth provide a myriad attractions for young and old.
Call me old fashioned, but all food is to be consumed at the dining table. not in the bedroom or the lounge area.
The area is residential and thus quite. Guests are requested to respect this in their use use the property, particularly in their comings and goings and the use of the courtyard.
On the day of departure, guests are required to provide access to the room to enable cleaning. You are, however, welcome to stay on in the house until midday.
Lovely and friendly. Richard made us feel right at home. Walking distance from the Quay, which is perfect. Great host!
We were met by Richard who made us feel very welcome.
Once he knew the purpose of our trip he gave us plenty of information on where to go in the area and where to eat and what was available in the town.
He was also helpful regarding how to improve our profiles as guests as this was our first airbnb experience!
Thankyou Richard, a most pleasant stay.
Richard was very friendly and helpful, suggesting things to do and places to go in the area. The room was clean and quiet, highly recommend!
What a delightful stay we had with Richard! We came directly down on the bus after flying into London, and Richard was kind enough to overlook our jet-lagged state to welcome us with tea and a lovely chat when we arrived. We greatly enjoyed talking with him. The room and bath were immaculate and had everything we needed. The location is ideal, just a short walk from many eateries and the water and yet we found it to be very quiet in the evening, which was just what we were looking for. We hope to visit Richard and Poole again someday!
We had a great Easter weekend in Poole staying with Richard. Richard is very welcoming and gave us some great information about Poole and surrounding areas. Room is as described and location is great for the Quay and town. Thank you for letting us stay.
This was our first experience in Airbnb and Richard was a wonderful and friendly host, he made us feel comfortable and at home as from the first day, giving us all necessary information and freedom to use spaces as we kneaded. The rooms where spotless and nicely equipped. The location is nice and friendly, close to town centre but also to the park and the sea!
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I am a retired civil servant, Poole born and bred, although I have lived and worked away at times. I am divorced and living alone and I am very happy living in Poole because, as well as being my home town, it caters for a wide range of interests and in particular it offers sailing on its magnificent harbour. I am an active member of a local yacht club where I racing in my dingy and crew on other members cruisers. Being of a gregarious nature, I particularly enjoy the social side of club life, .
I play in a band with a group of old friends. We range from 'bluegrass' through 'country', 'folk' and a bit of 'rock and roll'.
I am an avid listener to the BBC with my default station being Radio 4 closely followed by Radio 3. I also enjoy television but I am rarely at home to watch it.