Attractions in Poole (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... are claimed to be amongst the best in Britain. The very quaint Old Quay is the heart of Poole Old Town. It is steeped in history and folklore, in the streets immediately behind the Quayside you can still see many 17th and 18th century houses originally built by rich sea merchants. One Old Town hotel which is particularly famous for being haunted is the Crown Hotel, allegedly it is the most haunted inn in Dorset and the TV show Most Haunted has even filmed there. It is supposed to be haunted by the sound of children playing, legend has it that conjoined twins were kept locked in the stable block and it is their spirit which haunts the bui... more
Customer Attractions in Poole (England) Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/03/09 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Poole, its a beautiful place...... Well that's what the guide books say and I have to agree it really is a beautiful place . For anyone not familiar with the area, Poole is a large town situated on the south coast of England in the county of Dorset. It adjoins the larger town of Bournemouth and is famous for being the second largest natural harbour in the world. Poole is a fishing port and has been developed into a busy commercial port with daily cross channel freight and passenger services. However it has retained its beautiful seascapes and numerous coastal walks, which are claimed to be amongst the best in Britain. The very quaint ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/09 (Very useful, 69 readings)
There are so many fantastic attractions in Poole, I will concentrate on just one of my favourites - Compton Acres. Compton Acres is made up of themed gardens and my favourite is the Japanese Garden with its coy pond and Japanese sculptures. I would recommend taking a picnic and enjoying the fantastic views of Poole Harbour and the Purbeck Hills from the gardens. Although, if the weather is poor, there are huts dotted about the gardens which you can picnic in, which is very cozy when it's raining! Alternatively, there is a cafe which I hear is good, although I haven't eaten there. Throughout the December 2008 I visited ... Read the complete review
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Everything (except villas and watersports) under cover, couldn't possibly be bored, a wonderful, if not relaxing, break
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Check out their site and you will see
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rap isnt alot of peoples cup of tea
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Lots of history
None fo me.
A great day out for all the family.
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Roadworks Due To Improvements
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Maybe not geared for the vistitor