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Poole Harbour

Poole, England
+44 1202 709971
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  • Excellent65%
  • Very good28%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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Poole, England
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+44 1202 709971
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A great day out, several scale model steam engines giving both children and adults rides along the Quay and a couple of steam cars to look around. Had a meal at one of several pubs, excellent food at reasonable prices. According to the advertising something...More

Thank dido1300
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Love belt historic place to visit.You can sit and watch the world go by Poole pottery have a show room Brownsea island cruise or jump off and have a look round Walk up Poole high street to the dolphin centre shopping centre.a nice selection of...More

Thank Jo J
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

My first ever visit and I have to say, it's very impressive, lots of small shops, bars and restaurants and it all seems very tranquil. A great place to just wall around and relax

Thank Alan B
Reviewed 3 days ago

Our visits to Poole are always good which is why we keep going back. Always seems to be quite windy on the front, but lovely views and lots of cafes and eateries. Poole Pottery is definitely a place to visit, lots of Denby and Nauticalia...More

Thank lw1ebay
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a nice area to visit and it's lovely to walk along the quayside on a sunny day. Sadly when we visited it was wet and cold and therefore the experience had to be cut short. The area is clean and there is plenty...More

Thank kittyginger
Reviewed 4 days ago

Been to this harbour many times during our visits to Poole.You can hire boats,dinghy etc or just relax watching the world go by .Simply the best Harbour in the World

Thank ghearsey
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Poole Harbour isn't the nicest harbour I've ever visited but it is decent enough for an hour's walk if you are in the area. The area is quite dated and slightly rundown. Male public toilets were utterly filthy. We parked in the multi-story right near...More

Thank Brad P
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Worlds second biggest harbour is well worth a visit. Plenty of amenity, boat rides, bus trips nice pubs and restuarants, stand and stare at Sun Seeker boats or visit nearby Sandbanks with exclusive dwellings and lovely beach

Thank dubbers390
Reviewed 6 days ago

With 2 bridges, the town of Poole and an entrance bridged by the Studland chain ferry Poole harbour is incredible. It is the home of Brownsea island now run by the National Trust and where the first a boy Scout camp was held. It also...More

Thank Paul C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Have been to Poole several times to visit family. Have always enjoyed the visits. Lots of nice bars and restaurants and stunning scenery.

Thank RhinoKellie
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noah1312
7 August 2016|
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Response from louie63 | Reviewed this property |
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E14marina
27 January 2016|
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Response from Madeleine999486 | Reviewed this property |
Yes the boats do rub in January, but not every day there are about four a week each way if you look on condor.ferries web site you will find the timetables.
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