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Grovefield Manor Hotel
18 Pinewood Road

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For people who wish an experience of Old England coupled with the comforts and expectations of the 21st century, where personal service is important, The Grovefield Manor is the ideal location for your stay or your function. The Grovefield's new owners since April 2007, Keith and Barbara Baldock, have refurbished the manor into exclusive, bijou accommodation and welcome all new and returning guests. Dating back to 1895, Grovefield manor has been providing accommodation to guests for over 60 years and is situated opposite Branksome Dene Chine with a bus stop outside going directly to the shopping and entertainment of Bournemouth or the historic town of Poole with the most beautiful sandy beaches on the south coast. Our local pub is a very short walk away and the trendy villages of Canford Cliffs and Westbourne are both close by. The Blue Flag Beaches of Sandbanks is about 1 mile away where a ferry crossing to Studland and Swanage make an enjoyable day out. The New Forest or coastal paths of the Purbecks are easily accessible. If you like boat trips, Brownsea Island is a short boat trip from Poole Quay or Sandbanks. There is so much to do and see in Dorset, all you have to do is select a date and book, The Grovefield Manor awaits everyone. We will be happy to advise guests on some of Dorset’s best kept secret places to visit.

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