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Cherry Tree House
23 Douglas Road

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Maxine & Phil McCallum invite you to enjoy the charm and elegance of this beautiful Edwardian house. Cherry Tree House is ideally located, being in close proximity from the beaches and cliff tops of Southbourne with spectacular views from Poole Bay across to Hengisbury Head and the Isle of Wight. Our location, between Bournemouth & Christchurch, makes it perfectly situated for exploring the local area and the New Forest.

Cherry Tree House aims to provide you with luxurious accommodation and beautiful surroundings throughout the year. Our recently renovated Edwardian house is sure to exceed the needs of the modern day visitor. We are a family run Bed and Breakfast, offering comfortable en-suite rooms with that personal touch to meet your requirements. Both rooms are equipped with remote control television which includes 'freeview', hair dryer, tea and coffee making facilities along with complementary mineral water and biscuits. A choice of breakfast options are available which includes full English breakfast, cereals, homemade breads complimented with a selection of preserves, along with a choice of fruit juices.

Whether on holiday or business, enjoying lazy days on the beach or the fast pace of water sports, Southbourne will offer you an unforgettable experience.


Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Room:

Double: 50 - 60
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