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First impression-We arrived early the receptionist was very welcoming and took down our car details and gave us a car pass.The reception area was very welcoming, we went for a walk and on returning we were informed our room was ready.-it was a premier room-very large,with all things we expected.The ...
Great location near to BIC and other restaurants and bars. Breakfast buffet was adequate and the outside terrace was superb particularly as the weather was great. Rooms were comfortable but the place did look as though it needed a little tlc. Staff were freindly and helpfu.
our second visit to the hotel the hotel is good quality, the food is second to none and would definitely use the hotel again, the only niggle we had was the attention to detail with the room housekeeping e.g forgetting bath mats, a drinks glass ring on the bathroom shelve that was not caused by us ...
Welcoming hotel. Room with sea view delightful. Too warm until we switched the radiator off but a major plus point that we could. Not much information in the room about facilities but staff very obliging. Food very good indeed. Excellent breakfast and evening meals. Parking quite limited but help ...
Info about parking on the Expedia website would have been useful. Breakfast was great and freshly cooked to order, staff were helpful, location was great but struggled to get accurate parking info. Rooms facing Wetherspoons were very noisy with pub goers but then lorries doing deliveries of drinks ...
With acres of unspoilt countryside and miles of beautiful beaches, Dorset is an ideal county to visit if you're a fan of the Great Outdoors. While the jewel in the crown must be the Jurassic Heritage Coast, there's plenty for fitness fans to get involved with, from sporting attractions, to hotels with their own gymnasiums and leisure facilities. Booking into an adventure sport hotel in Bournemouth can put you within easy access of your favourite sporting attraction or give you the convenience of having all the equipment you need on-site. There's a wide range to choose from, from unpretentious B&Bs and guest houses to impressive, state-of-the-art hotels.
Portland Harbour has the honour of being the second-largest man-made harbour on the planet. Despite being something of an attraction in itself, it offers plenty for fans of water sports, including kitesurfing, sailboarding and diving. There are also numerous activities around the harbour designed to get your heart-rate up, such as horse-riding and some excellent climbing routes. The Heights Hotel is just a stone's throw from the harbour, giving you easy access to a whole host of activities combined with the facility to relax in sumptuous surroundings at the end of the day.
However, it might be that you simply want to keep up your fitness routine, whilst enjoying the sights and landmarks packed within Dorset's borders. The Hotel Collingwood is just one of a number of Dorset adventure sport hotels that has all the necessaries to help you keep in trim. In addition to its own heated swimming pool, the Hotel Collingwood also has a fitness suite including a full-size snooker table and a table-tennis room for those who like their ball-games a little less sedate.
Sporting breaks aren't just for grown-ups and Dorset has plenty of challenging and exciting things to see and do for younger sporting enthusiasts too. From paintballing in Dorchester to abseiling in Bournemouth, you're never far from a family-centric, sporting challenge. You'll find a wide range of family-friendly adventure sports hotels in Dorset, adding extra convenience to your time away.
With plenty to keep the whole family up and running, booking an adventure sport hotel in Dorset is the best way to make the most of your visit to this stunning part of England.