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Days Two to Four:
In and around resort on sightseeing excursions
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Majestic Bournemouth Hotel
Bournemouth has been a fashionable and upmarket British seaside resort since Victorian times and you can stay close to fantastic attractions with us at the Majestic Hotel.
The hotel is ideally situated a short walk from both the beach and the town centre with a wide variety of shops, bars and cafes to choose from in both locations. For great views along the coast head to Boscombe Pier, at the end of which you can see views across to Sandbanks, Bournemouth and the Isle of Wight.
Our hotel is just a few minutes’ walk from the train station from where you can reach the beautiful areas of the New Forest and the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the historic city of Southampton.
As well as the huge number of different attractions you can enjoy around the hotel there are plenty of things to enjoy within the Majestic itself. The hotel has a beautiful outdoor pool, snooker room, ballroom and a magnificent bar. In the restaurant you can enjoy delicious meals at breakfast and in the evening and we also offer the option to upgrade to a standard plus room for even more space and comfort during your stay.
Trip to Salisbury returning via Lyndhurst
Excursion to the interesting medieval city of Salisbury, the town's highlight is undoubtedly the Cathedral, with Britain’s tallest spire and housing an original version of the Magna Carta. Just outside the city, easily accessed by bus is Old Sarum, the original settlement here and a fascinating insight into the ancient history of the region. On our return journey to Bournemouth we’ll call at Lyndhurst, often referred to as the 'capital' of the New Forest.
Trip to Winchester
Winchester has a long and varied history, dating back to pre-Roman Britain over 2000 years ago. For a relatively small city it has a multitude of interesting visitor attractions and historical sites. Winchester Cathedral is the main point of interest, nearly 1000 years old and a great example of Norman architecture. The Great Hall is the only remaining part of the castle that once occupied the town and contains what is reputed to be King Arthur’s round table. The ancient city centre has numerous overhanging buildings dating back to medieval times, with the Pentice and Butter Cross, central to this area. In general, walking around anywhere in this historic city you’re sure to find something to pique your interest.