Inspiration Wednesday – Bournemouth
Today’s #InspirationWednesday is the lovely coastal town of Bournemouth. With the largest population in Dorset, the town has a friendly and bustling atmosphere.
With miles of sandy beaches on its shores and proximity to Sandbanks, Studland Beach and more of the Jurassic Coast, Bournemouth and its neighbours offer one of the most beautiful coasts in the country – the ideal place to feel relaxed and refreshed.
This lively seaside town has seen much regeneration over the last few years and now attracts a wider array of visitors, including students and tourists. There is much in the way of attractions, amenities, bars and restaurants to cater for its variety of residents too.
With many festivals and events throughout the annual calendar, plenty of watersports and cycle paths to help you discover the area and the ‘Pavillion Theatre’ on the sea front, the inclusive feel and beautiful natural environment of Bournemouth makes this a great place to live.
5 facts about Bournemouth
This attractive two bedroom flat to rent in Bournemouth sits in a great location, close to the cliffs. With close proximity to transport links and the main town centre too, you’ll be in a practical and beautiful location. The flat offers modern fitted appliances and is available in March.
For a view that makes you stop in your tracks, check out this three bedroom flat on the sea front! With a breath-taking bay window outlook, this flat is the perfect spot to call home and from which to watch the sea change from season to season. With a large kitchen and three spacious rooms, the price of this property is outstandingly good value!
Or make a statement in this five bedroom detached house in the town! With impressive, large rooms, bright décor and great presentation throughout, this is a lovely family home. The garden is perfect for summer with an inbuilt hot tub!