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The area

Countless buses cover the 20-minute trip to Bournemouth.

National Express runs hourly to London.

Train connections are as for Bournemouth, just 13 minutes closer to London Waterloo.

Sandbanks Ferry shuttles across to Studland every 20 minutes. This is a short cut from Poole to Swanage, Wareham and the west Dorset coast.

Bus 152 goes from Poole to Sandbanks.

Poole Park Railway and Land Train

Photo of sunset over Poole harbour

Hideaway Cottage is nestled in the heart of an area originally known as Baiter, on the edge of Harbourside Park in Poole, Dorset.

This highly desirable and favoured holiday destination, is famous for the stunning scenery up and down its shores, National Trust sites including Brownsea Island and fantastic beaches; all with the conveniance of being on the doorstep of the town centre with its shopping, restaurants and nightlife.

Baiter sits just back from the shore of Poole harbour and hugs the open Harbourside Park as it rounds into Poole park and Whitecliff. With open playingfields, a slipway into the harbour, foot paths, cycle routes and the quayside only a stroll away, you will never tire of Poole.

A short drive (or a good walk for the more energetic) is the now, world famous, Sandbanks Penninsula (Wikipedia), home to the much publicised Millionnaires Row, with some of the most modern and stylish housing you will see. The beach that stretches up from Bournemouth and meets the chain ferry on the tip of the Penninsula proudly holds the Blue Flag.

 

Aerial photo of Poole Harbour

Active in Poole

This unique location makes Poole a highly regarded area of lovers of the outdoors, from merely walking and enjoying the scenery, to the more adventurous and sporty.

Poole offers some of the best conditions for a variety of relaxing to extreme sports;

 

  • Windsurfing
  • Kitesurfing
  • Wakeboarding
  • Sailing
  • Surfing (Bournemouth)
  • Kayaking/canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Mountain biking trails
  • Cycle routes
  • Walk routes and paths
  • or simply relaxing on one of the many miles of beautiful beaches.....

 

Photo of couple walking along Sandbanks beach in Poole, Dorset

Photo of Old Town Poole

Poole town centre and shopping

The property is a level walk from the main shopping area of Poole, including the Sainbury's and ALDI supermarkets, Dolphin shopping centre and the High Steet. There is also the larger Castlepoint shopping centre, a few miles up the road in Bournemouth.

There is also the beautiful Old Poole Town area to explore with its hidden treasures in the back streets and historic buildings; you may even hear stories of a local ghost or two!

The High Street offers a wide rage of shopping and entertainment, with many old and established restaurants and pubs.

 

Explore the beauty of the area with Google maps and see the fantastic harbour.


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