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Rose and Crown
3.5 out of 5
The price is £89 per night from 30 Jan to 31 Jan

Situated in Poole, this bed & breakfast is within 9 miles (15 km) of White Mill, Poole Harbour and Wimborne Minster. Harbour Lake Beach and RNLI Memorial Sculpture ...

4.9/5Exceptional! (44 reviews)

"Lovely staff. Well presented, clean and recently renovated."…"

Reviewed on 21 Dec 2020

Rose and Crown
The Merchant House
4 out of 5
10 Strand street, Poole, England
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The price is £140 per night from 24 Jan to 25 Jan

Situated in Poole, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Poole Quay and Poole Harbour. Poole Museum and Poole Old Lifeboat Museum are also within ...

4.4/5Wonderful! (134 reviews)
Great location

"Very COVID aware. Bed comfortable and nice shower. Not serving breakfast but sending you to a very nice cafe where you have a special Merchant House menu."…"

Reviewed on 16 Aug 2020

The Merchant House
Honey Lodge
4 out of 5
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Situated in Poole, this bed & breakfast is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Tower Park and 2.8 mi (4.6 km) from Splashdown Waterpark. Poole Harbour and Wimborne Minster ...

4.9/5Exceptional! (36 reviews)
3 days VERY GOOD stay

"Room and toilet were very clean and comfortable. Kate was very hospitable, welcomed us with freshly baked cake and array of coffee/tea readily available in the room. Breakfast prepared by her was sumptious as well. My 3 days stay at her place has been very pleasant and nice. One small suggestion ..."…"

Reviewed on 15 Aug 2020

Honey Lodge
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The Quay Old Town Poole
3 out of 5
25 Thames St, Poole, England
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Situated in Poole, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Poole Quay and Poole Harbour. Poole Park and Brownsea Island are also within 6 mi (10 km). ...

5/5Exceptional! (1 review)

"Jenny was a great host and the house is lovely. Great area and perfect for all local tourist spots so please visit.... we will again"…"

Reviewed on 14 Oct 2020

The Quay Old Town Poole
The Quay Old Town Poole * Great Location * Private Room En-Suite * Church View
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Situated by the ocean, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Poole Museum and Poole Harbour. Poole Twin Sails Bridge and Poole Quay are also within ...

The Quay Old Town Poole * Great Location * Private Room En-Suite * Church View
Pinewood Lodge
4 out of 5
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Situated near the beach, this bed & breakfast is within 2 mi (3 km) of Bournemouth Beach, Bournemouth International Centre and Bournemouth Pavillion Theatre. ...

5/5Exceptional! (3 reviews)
Best b&b in the area

"Perfect b&b owners very welcoming nothing too much trouble,lovely rooms,breakfast was excellent.This is the best you will find ."…"

Reviewed on 10 Aug 2019

Pinewood Lodge
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Hotel du Vin & Bistro Poole

Hotel du Vin & Bistro Poole

4 out of 5
Thames Street, Poole, England
The price is £79 per night from 24 Jan to 25 Jan
4.5/5Wonderful! (379 reviews)

"Comfortable, relaxed & dog-friendly hotel with wonderful attentative staff...we really enjoyed the breakfast which set us up for the day"…"

Reviewed on 31 Oct 2020

Hotel du Vin & Bistro Poole
Harbour Vista is a detached house in Poole, with its own private swimming pool*.

Harbour Vista is a detached house in Poole, with its own private swimming pool*.

97 Lake Dr, Poole, ENG
5/5Exceptional! (6 reviews)
A lovely house for everyone of all ages. Lots of local attractions to visit.

"Comfortable accommodation and in a good location with amazing views."…"

Reviewed on 29 Aug 2020

Harbour Vista is a detached house in Poole, with its own private swimming pool*.
Thistle Poole

Thistle Poole

3 out of 5
The price is £56 per night from 22 Feb to 23 Feb
3.8/5Good! (328 reviews)

"Room was as expected. Small, but had everything I needed"…"

Reviewed on 30 Oct 2020

Thistle Poole
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B&B in Poole

The affluent coastal town of Poole sits along the south coast of England. It's known for its sunny beaches and old port, which protects colourful fishing boats, residents' yachts and cruise boats that take eager families across to Brownsea Island. The streets of the seaside resort are lined with a jumble of brick-built Victorian terraces and shiny glass apartment developments. Then you've got Poole's neighbour, Sandbanks, a sandy peninsula that hosts some of the world's most expensive houses. You'll need deep pockets if you're going to score one of the waterfront homes along the beach. However, there's more to Poole than just sun loungers and water sports – there are also intriguing museums, seaside-inspired art galleries and some fine waterfront eateries.

Seaside-inspired decor and airy modern apartments make up some of the B&Bs, Poole

Like many British seaside resorts, the bed and breakfasts in Poole have always been the first choice for some holidaymakers looking for places to stay. You can take your pick of location, too, with B&Bs dotted around the town, from the beachfront to the port, and the leafy suburbs to the centre. Some are housed in the century-old brick terraces that offer just a handful of spacious guestrooms in the owner's private home, while others are ultra-modern apartments, whose guestroom windows look straight out across the ocean. If you're looking for a little luxury, you'll find period properties laden with original features and rural hideaways just a short walk from secluded little coves. You'll always receive a warm welcome from the owners, who work tirelessly year-round and are rewarded by seeing their guests returning, year after year. You'll find their local knowledge on the best places to eat or things to do invaluable. You'll always find the perfect B&B match for you on Expedia, where you filter by location, type and price, and book in just a few clicks.

Poole bed and breakfasts offer so much more than just a place to lay your head. The comfortable guestrooms have all the facilities you might find in a hotel, like tea and coffee, ensuite bathrooms and flat screen TVs on the walls. There's always plenty of storage to pack away your things and many have facilities to securely keep your bicycles and water sports equipment. When you're looking through the listings on Expedia keep an eye out for other features, like free parking or pet-friendly accommodation. When you wake up in the morning, if you can tear yourself away from the views over the sea or the pretty harbour, there'll be a home-cooked breakfast waiting for you downstairs – many B&Bs have won awards for using organic, local produce. It's not just heavy English fry-ups these days, though. Lighter breakfasts, of yogurts, granola and fruit, served with pastries and coffee, are starting to become the norm. After your seaside getaway, why not visit the creative hub of Bristol next?

There's more to do than just sunbathe on the parasol-laden stretch of golden beach near your B&B, Poole

During the summer, most holidaymakers staying in Poole bed and breakfasts make a beeline for the beach to bask in the sunshine, splash around in the sea or catch up on some reading. There's more to do than just lounge around on the sand, though. You can get active by learning a new water sport, go cycling along the country lanes outside the town or lace up your boots to hike along the pretty coastal footpaths.

If the famously fickle British weather takes a turn for the worse, you can dive for cover into Poole Museum, which tells the history of the town, or the Grade I listed house, Scaplen's Court. Alternatively, catch up on some shopping in Dorset's largest indoor mall or amble around the weekend market, looking for bargains.

  • Tiptoe down to the beach from your waterfront guestroom
  • Stay in historic properties laden with period features
  • Get to know Poole like a local, with tips from the owners
  • Enjoy a proper English breakfast with freshly brewed tea each morning

Frequently asked questions

Searching for B&Bs in Poole?
Whether you’re on a romantic holiday and want to stay somewhere quiet, or you’re travelling solo and looking to chat with locals, B&Bs can be a great choice for many travellers. During your time in Poole, you might want to spend some time strolling along the water at Sandbanks Beach and Shell Bay Beach.
How do you know if a B&B is the right choice for your stay?
With attentive service, opportunities to meet guests from other places and delectable breakfasts, B&Bs offer a unique setting.
What are the best bed and breakfasts in Poole?
Why not look at these B&Bs in Poole: The Quay Old Town Poole: 3 stars. Rose and Crown: 3.5 stars, 4 rooms. Enjoy the free full breakfast and on-site dining. The Merchant House: 4 stars, 3 rooms. Honey Lodge: 4 stars, 2 rooms.
How many bed & breakfasts will I find in Poole?
Expedia has 6 B&Bs for your holiday in Poole.
When should I stay at a B&B in Poole?
When you’re dreaming of a trip to Poole, year-round temperatures and rainfall may be important factors to consider. The hottest months are usually August and July, with an average temperature of 15°C, while the coldest months are February and January, with an average of 7°C. Average annual precipitation for Poole is 787 inches.
What is there to do in Poole?
If you enjoy experiencing a new place through your taste buds, you’ll definitely enjoy Poole for its array of dining options and bar scene. If you’re looking to find something to do during your travels, you might consider visiting Sandbanks Beach and Splashdown Waterpark. You should put Poole Harbour and Brownsea Island on your list if you want to see more of the area.
How can I get to and around Poole?
You can plan your excursions in and around Poole ahead of time with these transportation options. Fly into Bournemouth (BOH-Bournemouth Intl.), which is located 8.3 mi (13.3 km) from the city centre. You can also search for flights into Southampton (SOU), which is 32 mi (51.5 km) away. If you’d like to explore more of the area, take a train from Poole Hamworthy Station, Poole Station or Poole Parkstone Station. You can take a ferry from the local port.

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